Audeze Maxwell is a gaming headset with isodynamic emitters

The Audeze company , the largest manufacturer of isodynamic headphones , presented a new gaming headset . Maxwell continues the concept of Mobius, Penrose and LCD-GX and offers impressive sound quality and low latency when connected wirelessly. The Audeze Maxwell features […]

Audeze Maxwell

The Audeze company , the largest manufacturer of isodynamic headphones , presented a new gaming headset . Maxwell continues the concept of Mobius, Penrose and LCD-GX and offers impressive sound quality and low latency when connected wirelessly.

The Audeze Maxwell features 90mm planar magnetic drivers, which gives three times the surface area of ​​the competition’s popular dynamic drivers for a more detailed sound.

24-bit 96kHz high resolution audio is supported via the included USB dongle. This connection method allows you to achieve the lowest sound delay for games and watching videos.

It also supports Bluetooth 5.3 LE with audio codecs SBC, AAC and LDAC and multipoint connection, which allows you to connect to several devices at the same time.

There’s also noise cancellation, although Audeze calls it noise filtering. It uses artificial intelligence to eliminate background noise – just press a button to activate it, no additional settings are required. And to be heard, five microphones are built into the system, as well as a removable microphone on a boom produced by Shure.

The autonomy of the headphones is a phenomenal 80 hours!

Available in versions for PlayStation and PC, and for Xbox. The last version is licensed by Microsoft and supports Dolby Atmos.

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