A new high-end wireless headset with Quad DAC converter; ROG Cetra Pro, was unveiled by Asus on Tuesday. The announcement was made at the ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro’s official unveiling.
Cetra Pro uses 10 mm drivers with Qualcomm AptX Lossless codec and 24-bit audio bus for the earbud format; which is a bet. However, the phone’s greatest asset is a USB Type-C cable, which makes the device a kind of hybrid.
Because of this, the cable is capable of transmitting high-quality sound without any delays or lags. The goal is to provide players with a headset designed for the most demanding audience possible in order to provide them with the best possible experience. The model is also compatible with the ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro, which can reduce latency by up to 45ms when used together.
Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is also included in this model to help isolate outside noises while it is playing. The ROG Cetra Pro microphone includes a noise suppressor for those who want to record gameplay or do livestreams.
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Batteries with lots of juice
With ANC turned off, the battery lasts for 21 hours of continuous playback and 13 hours of sound. With a 10-minute quick charge, the protective case still provides 1 hour and 30 minutes of content.
The headset’s construction was not disclosed, but it has been certified to withstand splashes of water and sweat under IPX4 conditions. Asus did not specify which network generation the connection uses, but Bluetooth is used.
However, according to Digital Trends, the ROG Cetra Pro is expected to be available in North America between September and October of this year.