Новые игровые наушники от компании Audeze — Mobius

Our Verdict

7.6

Neutral Sound

Decent for neutral sound. The Audeze Mobius have a slightly bass-heavy sound that delivers extra thump, rumble, and boom. Their mid-range is also well-balanced and neutral so vocals and lead instruments are accurately reproduced. However, a dip in the treble range can veil and the upper harmonics of these sounds while dulling sibilants like cymbals. They don’t produce a very immersive passive soundstage either, but with the 3D mode turned on, they have a much wider, artificial soundstage and can even track your head’s position.

Pros

  • EQ presets available.
  • Lots of connection options.
  • Unique 3D surround sound and head tracking feature.

Cons

  • A bit too tight on the head.
  • Plasticky and cumbersome design.
  • Poor noise isolation.

See our Neutral Sound Recommendations

6.4

Commute/Travel

Okay for commuting. Although their closed-back, casual design is better suited for commuting than other gaming headsets, they do not isolate enough and are a bit too bulky and cumbersome to carry around on your person. On the upside, they also have a good control scheme.

Pros

  • EQ presets available.
  • Lots of connection options.
  • Unique 3D surround sound and head tracking feature.

Cons

  • A bit too tight on the head.
  • Plasticky and cumbersome design.
  • Poor noise isolation.

See our Commute/Travel Recommendations

6.8

Sports/Fitness

Alright for sports. They’re decently tight on the head so they do not move around much and they have a good control scheme. You can also use them wirelessly with your phone. Unfortunately, they are quite bulky and get quite hot when exercising which will not be ideal for more demanding activities.

Pros

  • EQ presets available.
  • Lots of connection options.
  • Unique 3D surround sound and head tracking feature.

Cons

  • A bit too tight on the head.
  • Plasticky and cumbersome design.
  • Poor noise isolation.

See our Sports/Fitness Recommendations

6.7

Office

Alright for office use. The Audeze Mobius don’t block a lot of noise so you hear what’s going on around you and they also leak a bit at high volumes and may distract your colleagues. However, they have a decent battery performance that should last through long days at the office. You can also play audio while charging when connected to your PC.

Pros

  • EQ presets available.
  • Lots of connection options.
  • Unique 3D surround sound and head tracking feature.

Cons

  • A bit too tight on the head.
  • Plasticky and cumbersome design.
  • Poor noise isolation.

See our Office Recommendations

6.2

Wireless Gaming

These headphones shouldn’t be used for wireless gaming over their Bluetooth connection due to their latency.

See our Wireless Gaming Recommendations

7.4

Wired Gaming

Good for gaming. The Audeze Mobius have a good sound, a great mic, and a wired design with low latency. They’re also wireless via Bluetooth but will not work with your consoles that way and have a bit too much latency with this connection option. On the upside, they have mic and audio support when used wired via the analog 1/8″ TRRS cable or USB-A to USB-C cable on PC, PS4, and PS5.

Pros

  • EQ presets available.
  • Lots of connection options.
  • Unique 3D surround sound and head tracking feature.

Cons

  • A bit too tight on the head.
  • Plasticky and cumbersome design.
  • Poor noise isolation.

7.4

Phone Calls

Pros

  • EQ presets available.
  • Lots of connection options.
  • Unique 3D surround sound and head tracking feature.

Cons

  • A bit too tight on the head.
  • Plasticky and cumbersome design.
  • Poor noise isolation.
  • 7.6

    Neutral Sound

  • 6.4

    Commute/Travel

  • 6.8

    Sports/Fitness

  • 6.7

    Office

  • 6.2

    Wireless Gaming

  • 7.4

    Wired Gaming

  • 7.4

    Phone Calls

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  1. Updated Nov 01, 2021:
    Converted to Test Bench 1.5.
  2. Updated May 31, 2021:
    Updated the ‘Bluetooth Version’ in the ‘Bluetooth’ test.
  3. Updated May 25, 2021:
    We’ve retested these headphones using firmware update USB v102, MCU 1.71, DSP v25. As a result, the scoring of several sound-related tests has changed.
  4. Updated Apr 09, 2021:
    We have updated the PC/PS4 and Xbox Compatibility tests.
  5. Updated Mar 29, 2021:
    We’ve tested these headphones’ PS5 and Xbox Series One compatibility.
  6. Updated Feb 05, 2020:
    Converted to Test Bench 1.4.
  7. Updated Nov 21, 2019:
    Converted to Test Bench 1.3.1.
  8. Updated Nov 21, 2019:
    Converted to Test Bench 1.3.
  9. Updated Nov 23, 2018:
    We’ve updated the and section of the review to better reflect a typical use case for an average user.
  10. Updated Oct 12, 2018:
    Review published.
  11. Updated Oct 10, 2018:
    Early access published.
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