Officially Announced, ROG Fusion II Series Headset Presents Various Gaming Support Features


Gadgetren – ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) recently announced its newest series of gaming headsets through the ROG Fusion II which includes the ROG Fusion II 500 and Fusion II 300.

Physically, both have the same weight of about 310 grams and carry a similar design form. Likewise with the AURA RGB lighting, each of which has been embedded into the body of the two headsets.

Users can adjust the AURA RGB lighting on this headset with more than 16.8 million color combinations and six preset lighting effects through the ASUS ROG default application, Armory Crate.

Both are supported by cables to connect to devices such as desktops, laptops, Nintendo Switch, mobile phones, and game consoles. If the ROG Fusion II 500 headset has a cable length of about 1.5 meters USB-C and a 3.5mm port, the ROG Fusion II 300 has a cable length of 2 meters over USB-C only.

ROG Fusion II 500 is equipped with Game Chat volume control which allows gamers to adjust the volume of in-game audio and voice chat via a slider on the earcups to suit their tastes and needs.

While ROG Fusion II 300 only provides regular volume control that can be used with fingers. The controls include turning up the volume, turning the microphone on and off, and Virtual 7.1 Surround which can be turned off or on.


The Virtual 7.1 Surround sound feature is also available on ROG Fusion II 500 which allows users to listen to game sounds more realistic and clear. Thanks to the ESS 9280 Quad DAC technology allows audio processing to produce crisp audio.

Each DAC is claimed to be able to allocate its processing power to a subset of the frequency range that gamers can hear, from low, medium, high, and ultra-high tones to produce a more lifelike sound.

Meanwhile, for the driver size of these two headsets, they use ASUS Essence 50mm. Gamers can also be more immersed in the game because the sound from outside or around it will not enter because the microphone has been supported by ASUS AI Beamforming with AI Noise Cancellation.

This is because the microphone can create a 40° acoustic zone in front of the player’s mouth and can filter out distracting background noise from other directions, even when the player is speaking and being heard by his opponent.

The AI ​​Noise Cancellation technology in these two headsets is said to be able to identify and reduce more than 500 million types of background noise such as chat, keyboard taps, and mouse clicks by up to 95 percent.

Regarding the availability and price, ASUS has not disclosed it so we need to wait for the latest information in the future. Previously, ASUS had also brought another gaming headset, namely the ASUS TUF Gaming H3 whose reviews had been made by the Gadgetren team.

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