ASUS ROG has just announced the Fusion II 500 and Fusion II 300 gaming headsets, both of which feature virtual 7.1 surround sound, high-resolution ESS 9280 Quad DAC technology and ASUS AI Beamforming Microphones with AI Noise Cancelation.
This new lineup of gaming headsets from ROG use 50mm ASUS Essence drivers. They are also one of the few headsets available with to feature the ESS 9280 Quad DAC. This digital to analog converter provides quality audio processing which promises clear sound for gaming, music, and other use cases.
The ROG Fusion II series headsets also feature advanced virtual 7.1 surround sound. On top of this, the Fusion II headsets also come with AI Beamforming Microphones with AI Noise Cancelation which should make voice chat sound clearer while filtering out background noise.
Finally, both headsets include customizable Aura RGB lighting which can provide over 16.8 million color combinations and six preset lighting effects via the Armoury Crate software.
As for the difference between the two headsets, the ROG Fusion II 500 features a 3.5 mm audio jack, USB-C, and USB Type-A connectivity. This makes it compatible with laptops, PCs, mobile devices, and gaming consoles. Meanwhile, the Fusion II 300 is also compatible with a range of devices, but it does not support a 3.5 mm audio connection.
The ASUS ROG Fusion II 300 gaming headset is now available in the Philippines with a price tag of PHP 8,020. Pricing and availability of the Fusion II 500 has yet to be announced.