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Reviewstudio.net described the Active Noise Cancellation as a neat feature that is handy in environments where the noise is absolutely unbearable, and the downgrade in audio-quality is a small price to pay, while the ASUS ROG Vulcan gaming headset was still one of the better audio quality solutions in gaming headsets as well as one of the best options available at this price range, especially when taking into consideration the entire package, with the travel-case, the detachable cable, the fairly decent microphone and of course the optional Active Noise Cancellation.
Source: Review Studio
ASUS has a new Echelon 7.1 USB sound card for gamers that includes Sonic Radar technology and dedicated headphone amplifier. For those wanting to add something to an older gaming PC or notebook, USB is the ticket to an easy upgrade. For the full details see inside.
For all round gamers; whether PC, Mac, Xbox 360 or PS3 games consoles, the ROG audio team has applied its skills and modified the Orion Pro design just for you. The new Spitfire II audio console delivers 90% effective noise cancellation technology, while the headphone amplifier boosts the audio.
Hit the PR button inside for the full info.
ROG has just launched its new Xonar Phoebus Solo sound card. It’s the same Phoebus tech underneath – 118dB SNR and 600 ohm headphone amp – but without the desktop controller, so if you were always after a gaming sound card only – the ‘Solo is the one to get.
Both the Vulcan PRO and Xonar Phoebus are bundled with a free copy of Assassins Creed 3 at the moment in the Asia-Pacific Region, so now’s the perfect time to get your hands on one!
Thank you to everyone for entering and voting in the Design Your Own Style GX1000 competition. The votes have been counted and congratulations to the top 5 entries. Did you win? Find out inside!
Dan K puts the new GX1000 Eagle Eye mouse through some game testing in the following video. Dan covers the customization options through its software, it plentiful DPI settings, weight adjustments and how it feels in the hand.