ASUS’ Dual-mode Earbuds recommended for Gamers and Audiophiles

You all must know about the release of the new ASUS ROG Phone 6 and ROG Phone 6 Pro smartphones. However, the company has also decided to hit the market with its new wireless pair of headphones that are specifically made for gaming. 

These headphones are not only wireless as the package also includes a cable that gets attached to earbuds and adds a quad DAC, therefore; allowing to choose the listening option of your choice. 

These earbuds go by the name of Asus ROG Cetra True Wireless Pro earbuds. Anyone who likes gaming and is conscious about audio quality is going to love it. People may not buy it but the audiophile quality from wireless earbuds is a bit far-fetched idea, according to many experts. 

This product comes with a pair of 10mm drivers and supports Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Sound platform with AptX Lossless for 24-bit, 96 kHz CD-quality audio, that makes it the first-ever pair of earbuds to have come up with this idea and combination. The only other option that comes closer to this quality is perhaps the NuraTrue Pro headphones.

If all of this is still not enough for you, you can still make use of the cable. It also allows you to switch from Bluetooth connection to the included USB Type-C cable and it also adds an ESS 9280 Quad DAC. ASUS has also used the same thing in its ROG Fusion II 300 USB headset, which is ready to deliver high-quality audio anytime, anywhere.

The company believes that if the ROG Cetra is paired with the ROG Phone 6 or ROG Phone 6 Pro then the latency gets reduced to 45ms. It makes these devices ideal for gaming and in wired mode, you would get a noise-canceling microphone that is specifically designed to isolate your voice even in extreme conditions. 

You would also get active noise cancelation (ANC) when the device is connected with Bluetooth. There are some special features added to this device such as the one that copes with extreme weather and takes care of the wind noise. It also gives you the luxury of touch controls and access to your phone’s voice assistant. You would also get an IPX4 splash-resistant rating to make it usable in rainy weather and to avoid and resist sweat.

The company claims that the battery is set to last for seven hours and a total of 21 hours without the ANC. It will last around four-and-a-half hours or 13 hours with the ANC switched on. There is a ten-minute fast charge feature that adds one-and-a-half hours of headphone use as well. 

There is no doubt about the fact that this product has been designed to keep the gamers in mind. Also, we need to appreciate the brilliant audio quality of the device as well. As of now, ASUS hasn’t given the exact price of this device and the exact release date hasn’t been given too. All we know is that these earbuds are expected to hit the market around September, October 2022.