We’ve seen a number of true 7.1 headsets over the years, including ASUS ROG’s own Centurion model, and today we are following that up with a look at the latest 7.1 headset on the market – the ASUS ROG Theta 7.1. Sporting 4 drivers per earcup, and a price of £250, is this a headset you should be buying?
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- Connection types: USB Type-C , USB-C to USB-A cable included
- Speaker driver dimension: Front: 40mm, Center: 30mm, Rear: 30mm, Side: 30mm Subwoofer: Virtual Bass (40mm/30mm/30mm/30mm) Driver material
- Impedance: 32 ohms Frequency response 20Hz–40kHz
- Ear-cup: Fast-cooling fabric mesh with glasses friendly design
- Weight: 590g (with cable)
- Cable Braided cable: 1.2M + 1M
- Lighting effect: Static/Breathing/Rainbow/Music
- Microphone Type: Analog Noise-cancelation AI-Noise
- Cancelation Pick-up pattern: Uni-directional
- Frequency response: 100Hz–12kHz Sensitivity -40 ± 3dB
- Audio Chip: DAC ROG SupremeFX S1220A
- Amplifier: ESS 9601 Hi-Fi grade headphone amplifier
You can purchase the ROG Theta 7.1, for £249.99, HERE!
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- Interchangeable cushions.
- Simple but good looking design.
- RGB logos on the cups.
- Airtight cushions.
- ASUS Hyper grounding technology.
- AI powered noise cancelling.
- 7.1 surround is useful for playing things like Call of Duty.
- No buzz or distortion during testing.
- Plastic scratches easily.
- No swivel on cups.
- Chunky wires and heavy inflexible intersection.
- Not a very flexible headset in terms of positioning on the head.
- Quite heavy on the head.
- Some features such as AiMic can be found in cheaper ASUS headsets.
- Very flat audio profile won’t be for everyone.
- Mic is not very clear and does tend to distort.
KitGuru says: If you really want 7.1 surround sound – perhaps you’re a competitive gamer – then the Theta 7.1 is worth considering. However, considering the high price and listed cons, this headset won’t be for everyone.