Categories: News

ASUS Announces Cerberus V2 Headset

ASUS announced the successor to their highly successful Cerberus headset called the Cerberus V2. The new follow-up headset is built with ASUS Essence drivers, stainless-steel headband, wrap-around ear cushions, and a dual-microphone design.

The Essence drivers are a little smaller than in the predecessor as the engineers managed to shrink them from 60mm to 53mm without impacting the sound. The new Cerberus V2 headset should deliver lifelike sound effects and cinematic music for everyone using them. In return for the smaller drivers, the headset features a larger sound chamber which should result in a richer and more natural sound.

The stainless-steel outer headband should increase the durability quite a bit and it’s still nice to wear thanks to the padded inner headband. The ear cushions are a soft wrap-around style which should offer a great wearing comfort. The ear cushions are also 30 percent larger than the original Cerberus headset and offer 50 percent better sound insulation.

Cerberus V2 has a four-pole audio/mic combined connector that allows it to be used with PC, Mac, gaming consoles, and mobile devices, so gamers can enjoy ultimate sound quality with any game or music source. For additional connectivity, Cerberus V2 also comes with an audio/mic splitter adapter, so it can be used with dual-port devices, such as motherboards and certain laptop models.

Cerberus V2 is thoughtfully designed with two microphones: a detachable boom mic that provides clear communication when gaming, and an in-line microphone that is convenient for phone calls and other everyday tasks, such as smartphone voice commands.

ASUS Cerberus V2 will be available with an MSRP of £59.99 from the end of April in the UK.

Headset Specifications

  • Frequency response: 20Hz – 20KHz
  • Impedance: 32 ohm
  • Drivers: 2 x 53 mm neodymium magnets
  • Cable length: 1.5 m
  • Weight: 344 g (with cable)
  • Dimensions: 224.94 x 198.4 x 10.33 mm

Boom microphone

  • Pick-up pattern: Unidirectional
  • Frequency response: 50Hz – 10Khz
  • Sensitivity: -40dB

In-line microphone

  • Pick-up pattern: Omni – directional
  • Frequency response: 50hz – 10Khz
  • Sensitivity: -45dB


Bohs Hansen

Disqus Comments Loading...

Recent Posts

Typing Of The Dead Mod Uses the Best (Worst?) of Yahoo Answers!

Earlier this week we got the news that after over 15-years of people asking some…

3 hours ago

Sony to bring PlayStation Games to Smartphones?

With the mobile gaming sector currently representing one of the most lucrative markets around, it's…

3 hours ago

Nvidia Easter Egg Decoded to Reveal Prizes on Offer!

Earlier this week it was revealed that Nvidia's GTC 2021 showcase would, not for the…

3 hours ago

PC Shipments Spike Despite Chipset Shortages

There is no denying that the current situation of the average PC owner attempting to…

3 hours ago

Microsoft Reportedly Closing in on Nuance Acquisition

Microsoft has certainly been more than a little busy over the last month with rumours…

3 hours ago

PUBG Studio Rumored to be Working on a New Sci-fi Shooter

Despite Call of Duty Warzone perhaps stealing some of its battle royal thunder away, PUBG…

3 hours ago