ASUS Announces Strix 2.0 Multi-Platform Gaming Headset

/ 2 years ago


On Christmas Eve, ASUS announced the Strix 2.0 Multi-Platform Gaming Headset that is compatible with PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, smartphones, and tablets alike. The Strix 2.0 features large 60 mm drivers that should deliver some deep bass and clear sound for both gaming sessions and music listening. It also features a dual-microphone design with a detachable boom mic as well as in-line mic for when you’re on the go. To increase the portability more than just removing the boom mic, the Strix 2.0 features foldable earpieces and weighs just 320 grams.


The Strix 2.0 comes with a Y-adapter and a 1.5m braided-fiber extension cable with separate headphone and mic plugs for compatibility. Also included is a four-pole 3.5mm audio/mic combined connector enables Strix 2.0 to be used with smartphones, tablets, and PlayStation 4 gaming consoles.

The drivers have an impedance of 32-ohms, a frequency response of 20Hz to 20KHz, and a sensitivity of 98dB SPL. The microphone has a unidirectional pickup pattern, 50Hz to 16KHz frequency response and a sensitivity from -40 to +3dB.

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  • Wayne

    They look dreadful. They say that beauty is in the eye of the beerholder and the more you drink the better they’ll probably look. Maybe they’ll sound just fine though.

    • Guest

      You look dreadful. You can’t even make your mind up yet you make statements anyway.

      • Wayne

        Go troll elsewhere.