Asus ROG Strix Magnus microphone offers studio-like quality while maintaining the disco ball appeal

Add a little colour to your trash talks during LAN sessions
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01 August 2017

Asus ROG and RGB, a better love story than Twilight. Yes, they’ve done it again and this time with a microphone. Aside from the regular LSD features, the Strix Magnus mic has three 14mm individual studio-grade condenser capsules for high recording quality and environmental noise cancellation (ENC). That means no clicky sounds from your keyboard or mouse will go to your buds over on the other side of the map. You can easily switch between Cardioid, Stereo and Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC) modes to suit your gaming scenario. First one will record your glorious baritone for when you’re streaming or playing solo. The second mode is for when you have friends over for a LAN party and need all your voices to be heard. The third mode is pretty self explanatory. It also supports Asus’ Aura RGB lighting so you can synchronise your other Asus RGB tech and have your own light show. It's priced at 16,000 + taxes. If you’re interested you can get in touch with Asus here.

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