Mobius features full 3D emulation with support for surround sound modes along with a fully integrated 3D head-tracking system that interfaces seamlessly with most video games. ‘Coupled with state-of-the-art room emulation technology and anatomy calibration, Mobius is truly optimised for the way the brain processes sound, in a manner consistent with real-world listening,’ said George Poutakidis of BusiSoft AV, which distributes Audeze in Australia. ‘This means that users will be able to hear a gaming opponent sneaking up behind them as clearly as though they were in the room.’
The headphones are lightweight with an ergonomic design that ensures comfortable, long-term use and reduced listening fatigue. The contoured memory foam earpads are replaceable, and the memory foam padded headband offers a wide adjustment range. ‘The new Audeze Mobius is the first headphone to provide the unsurpassed level of detail, clarity and positional accuracy afforded by planar magnetic drivers in a feature-rich package oriented specifically around the needs of both professional and casual gamers,’ Poutakidis told Sound+Image Magazine. ‘Mobius provides an unparalleled gaming experience—the reviews internationally speak for themselves.’
The Mobius headphones have a flexible detachable boom microphone with built-in noise attenuation, mute/unmute functionality and independent microphone volume control. They’re available now, for $599 (RRP).
For more information and details of your nearest stockist, contact BusiSoft AV.