Open your ears wide. ASUS ROG, after launching the Delta S Animate last December, has just presented the two new over-ear headphones designed for gaming: ASUS ROG Fusion II 500 And Fusion II 300. And if we have to wait a little longer for the availability of the Fusion II 300 (the company talks about an arrival on the market in the coming months), the Fusion II 500, or the model with a few more gems, can already be purchased at the store. from Asus – and soon also on Amazon – at the price of 219 euros. But let’s see what they offer for this figure.
Not just RGB LEDs: those are there, inevitable, and thanks to proprietary technology Aura RGB they can be customized using 16.8 million possible color combinations and six different effects. But in addition to the lights and the aggressive design, there is also a lot of substance.
Both ROG Fusion II 500 and Fusion II 300 are equipped with ASUS Essense 50mm driver, Quad DAC ESS 9280 high resolution and a 7.1 virtual surround sound advanced for a particularly realistic experience: and this is an aspect that goes beyond pure enjoyment, since in a game knowing how to precisely identify the source of a noise can make the difference between victory and defeat.
But a good pair of gaming headsets should not only take care of the incoming audio, but also offer guarantees regarding the outgoing audio, since in many games you play as a team and you need to communicate constantly: ea i think this AI Beamforming microphones with AI noise cancellation, which enable crystal clear voice communication during gameplay. Technology AI Noise Cancellation accurately identifies and reduces background noise by up to 95%isolating it through the recognition of over 500 million different types of noise (such as chatter, keyboard typing, mouse click).
And that’s not all, because via the function Game Chat you can control the volume of the voice chat and the game audio separatelyadjusting the parameters at any time according to your preferences.
The difference between the Fusion II 500 and the Fusion II 300 lies in the connectivity: the former have USB-C, USB-A and 3.5 mm audio jack, which is an equipment capable of guaranteeing universal compatibility with notebooks, PCs , tablets, smartphones and consoles. The Fusion II 300, on the other hand, lacks the audio jack.