Synthfest 2018: Audeze Mobius Head Tracking Headphones Shipping

With LDAC hi resolution Bluetooth      10/10/18

Audeze Mobius headphones blew Gaz away at Superbooth with their built in Waves NX ambisonics spatial processing (when using the mix plug-in) that make you feel like you are listening to point source speakers - you move your head and the stereo imaging moves too. But not only that, they also feature Sony LDAC hi resolution bluetooth codec - where the bit depth is reduced as the audio spectrum is out of human hearing. 

Tom Francis from Scan.co.uk tells us more about the new Mobius Headphones. Becoming available now at around £349/$399

  • Planar magnetic drivers audiophile-grade cinematic sound
  • Full 3D emulation with support for popular surround soundmodes (7.1, 5.1, 5.0, 2.1, 2.0)
  • Integrated head tracking that tracks the tiniest movements of your head 1000 times a second
  • Pin point sound localization
  • Anatomy calibration to tailor the sound to the user
  • Full room emulation
  • Mobius integrates Waves Nx technology for real-time 3D processing in hardware
  • Wired and Wireless Connections

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