Audeze’s new gaming headphones track your head movements for convincing 3D sound

Audeze, a company best known for making premium headphones for audiophiles, is making its first foray into the gaming market with a headset called the Mobius. It’s packing some of the best 3D audio effects I’ve heard, all backed by Audeze’s hi-fi pedigree. It’ll cost $399 at retail, but pre-orders begin at $199 via an Indiegogo campaign. I had the opportunity to test them, and there’s a whole lot to like. Like every other Audeze headphone, the Mobius uses planar magnetic drivers, which the company promises delivers audiophile-worthy sound to live up to its other products. It certainly sounded good in…

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