Audeze, the American headphone manufacturer, are best known for their audiophile, planar magnetic headphones and in-ear monitors. However, now they have moved into the gaming world with their new, crowd-funded Mobius headphones.

The Audeze Mobius features, of course, their planar magnetic technology coupled with full 3D emulation with support for surround sound modes, and an integrated 3D head-tracking system, room emulation technology and anatomy calibration. Audeze say that “Mobius is truly optimised for the way your brain processes sound in a manner consistent with real-world listening”.  They are also equipped with Bluetooth for wireless gaming. The over-ear, closed-back headphones are a lightweight (350g), ergonomic design with fully replaceable, contoured memory foam ear pads and an adjustable, memory-foam padded, headband.

The headphones will be shipping in the summer and available in copper or blue. Audeze are currently running the project on crowd funding site Indiegogo where the Mobius are available from $249 USD plus shipping charges.

 

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