The expected real multi-channel gaming headset finally reaches the shelves.

ASUS today announced the availability of gaming headphones Strix 7.1. The Hexagonal pavilions sharp edges and exaggerated headband complete with built-in variable lighting built that will not let us precisely unnoticed in meetings or LAN party. The best possible fit and maximum comfort during long sessions, although the declared weight reaches 450g.

The ASUS Strix 7.1 Specifications

ASUS Strix 7.1
 Connectivity USB
 Driver Front: 40mm
Subwoofer: 40mm
Central: 30mm
Rear: 20mm
Side: 20mm
 Impedance  32 ohm
Microphone Detachable, unidirectional pattern
Microphone sensitivity -40 ± 3dB
 Performance ENC 90% of environmental noise
 Features Volume control, the individual channels, the volume of the microphone, headphone amplifier, the profiles of the sound range (FPS Gunfire Mode, Footsteps FPS Mode, Action / RPG Mode, Racing Mode) and lighting effects.


The source for audio is a station dedicated to be placed on the desk, with USB plug & play, amplification and dedicated functionality ENC able to actively reduce the various environmental noises with an efficacy up to 90% (from the microphone integrated in the station).

Equipped with two control knobs and various commands, the station provides complete customization of the play mode and volume without having to minimize the game. The central unit also provides an analog output dedicated to connecting a speaker system or a decent home theater with an HDMI port.

The distinctive look of Strix 7.1 is complemented by lighting effects, easily managed through the same central unit in static mode and breath, or simply deactivated.

The ASUS Strix 7.1 was already available on the Italian market at a price of € 199.99.

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