Over the last few years, ASUS and its Republic of Gamers sub-brand has been focusing more and more on gaming peripherals. Today we analyse the Cerberus V2 gaming headset, a fairly basic device that lacks extra mod-cons such as RGB lighting while connecting via a standard 3.5mm jack. That being said, many gamers are looking to get away from all the unnecessary features that many peripherals now come with, so is ASUS onto a winner here?
We first reviewed the original Cerberus headset over 3 years ago now, so the ASUS Cerberus V2 has definitely been a long time coming. The revised headset has also received a slight price bump as it will set you back £59.99, up from around £45-50. This puts it in very competitive territory in 2017, so it will need to deliver in all areas.
- Platform: PC, MAC, Mobile device, PlayStation® 4, Xbox One®
- Driver diameter : 53 mm
- Driver material : Neodymium magnet
- Impedance: 32 Ohm
- Frequency Response (headphones): 20 ~ 20000 Hz
- Microphone boom: Uni-directional, 50 ~ 10000 Hz. Sensitivity: -40 dB ± 3 dB
- In-line Microphone: Omni-directional, 50 ~ 10000 Hz. Sensitivity: -45 dB ± 3 dB
- Cable: Braided headset cable 1.2m + audio/mic splitter cable
- Dimensions: 224.84 x 198.4 x 10.33
- Weight: 344 g
- Accessories: Audio/mic splitter cable, detachable microphone, user guide