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Audeze Mobius Premium 3D Gaming Headset (Carbon) - £277.76 @ Amazon
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Audeze Mobius Premium 3D Gaming Headset (Carbon) - £277.76 @ Amazon

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Posted 6th Jun

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These have dropped from £329.99 to £277.76 on Amazon (check the other listings). Due in stock on June 13th, but you can order now. They're supposedly the best gaming headset that money can buy, according to many reviews.

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Product Description
  • The first premium high-end, fully immersive 3D gaming headphones designed for high-end PC gaming. With head tracking by WAVES Nx technology, Mobius also works with Playstation and Xbox. All processing is in the headphones, so latency is negligible.
  • With fully integrated surround sound functionality, Mobius produces the same awe inspiring cinematic experience you would find in a theatre. Mobius looks just like a 5.1/7.1 sound card to your computer.
  • Switch from USB to wireless, featuring Bluetooth, AAC, & LDAC. And with the new LDAC technology, you get three times the data bandwidth as other Bluetooth headphones for superior audio. Finally, high-rez audio over Bluetooth!
  • Crystal-clear voice calls. Mobius comes with a flexible/detachable boom microphone with built-in noise attenuation, mute/unmute functionality, and independent volume controls to provide exceptional voice quality. It is Discord Certified.
  • Comfortable - Mobius's comfort is enhanced by the inclusion of replaceable, contoured memory foam ear pads and an adjustable, durable memory foam padded headband. Note: this color "Carbon" is the all black version.
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Heard great things about these, heat
Bought a new pair off ebay for £170 a few months ago, just returned because I was a bit dissapointed.

They sound great however the only 'wireless' they have is over bluetooth so not much use for pc gaming with voice chat where as most other wireless gaming headsets would provide a connection over 2.4G which I find to be far superior. Also the microphone is a bit underwhelming for the price but does the job. Personally I switched to the steelseries arctis pro wireless which are similarly priced but a lot more feature rich.

The headtracking is also a bit gimmicky and I didnt use it once in 9 months. I appreciate most reviews are great but I find the offering substandard as a gaming headset, what you are paying for here is purely audio quality.
Edited by: "JeevenSD" 6th Jun
I tried these late last year and i was underwhelmed, the price (£350 at the time) and 'tech' inside suggests they should have blow me away but they didn't seem that much of a step up.

They don't work that well/support all features on PS4/Xbox - don't expect them to work like SteelSeries/Astro etc.

I will admit the 3D audio did work really well, it was genuinely impressive and not just a gimmick.

I actually think it's quite misleading to call them a 'gaming' headset
Edited by: "jrsmith" 6th Jun
jrsmith06/06/2020 19:11

I tried these late last year and i was underwhelmed, the price (£350 at …I tried these late last year and i was underwhelmed, the price (£350 at the time) and 'tech' inside suggests they should have blow me away but they didn't seem that much of a step up.They don't work that well/support all features on PS4/Xbox - don't expect them to work like SteelSeries/Astro etc.I will admit the 3D audio did work really well, it was genuinely impressive and not just a gimmick.I actually think it's quite misleading to call them a 'gaming' headset


I think they want to make a clear distinction between gaming and their audiophile range.
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