ASUS at Computex demonstrates the improved ROG Delta II wireless gaming headset.

The ROG Delta II’s main feature (at least personally) is its Harman inspired frequency response curve. Basically, ASUS and their audio engineers decided to scrap their house tune for a more favorable tuning. They even redesign the shell and pad materials to make sure that there’s little EQ required to follow the tune. Driver size is 50 mm – titanium coated I believe.

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While I find the Harman curve still too bassy (Harman OE 2017), this is a welcome change compared to the previous tune – which is just all over the place. A welcome change for the masses.

As for other features, the Delta II sports a tri-mode connectivity, which means you could use it with your mobile via Bluetooth 5.1, PC or notebooks that accepts USB Type-C connectivity for 2.4 GHz wireless RF. It also comes with a 3.5 mm jack for analog connection. Multipoint communication is possible and in fact one of its strong points. I tried it at ASUS HQ and it does work perfectly – without any hint of drops or interference. ASUS even added a separate volume control for each wireless connectivity option.

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Weight also saw a massive drop – about 315 grams. Battery life is also improved as well with a 1,800 mAh lithium ion cell inside which is rated for 11o hours. As for the its 10 mm boom microphone, I cannot say much about it other than it sounds better compared to the older Delta models – based on memory.

The ROG Delta II wireless headset is expected to be released in Q3 of 2024. As of now, there has been no information released regarding its price.

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