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Asus launches the ROG Centurion true 7.1 surround-sound gaming headset

ASUS Republic of Gamers today launched the Centurion true 7.1-channel surround-sound gaming headset in Singapore. The premium headset has been designed with professional and hardcore gamers in mind.

The ROG Centurion features 10 discrete neodymium-magnet drivers to deliver true 7.1-channel surround sound and precise in-game audio positioning. With increased awareness of their in-game environment, gamers will be able to hear every gunshot and footstep clearly, giving them a competitive edge over rival players. The headset comes with a plug-and-play USB audio station, which includes a high-grade ESS 9601 headphone amplifier which improves the audio experience even further, no matter if you are listening to music or playing a game.

The Centurion offers great comfort as well, thanks to interchangeable protein-leather and memory-foam ear cups. An exclusive Republic of Gamers headset stand is bundled as well, which gamers can use to conveniently store the headset when not in use.

For in-game communication, the ROG Centurion is equipped with a fully flexible, retractable digital microphone. The USB audio station has a built-in microphone for noise cancellation, ensuring your teammates do not hear any annoying sounds.

The ASUS Sonic Studio utility allows users to fully control the audio with features such as equalization (EQ) and 7.1 surround speaker level-balancing. You can also precisely map in-game sounds with the help of Sonic Radar Pro. For easy control, the USB audio station includes volume controls for the microphone and each surround-sound channel as well as four game-audio profiles.

The ROG Centurion has been priced at S$469 in Singapore and carries a 3-year warranty.

 

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