Beyerdynamic, identified for its headphones and microphones, has created its first pair of wi-fi gaming headphones.
Named the MMX 200 Wi-fi, these headphones carefully resemble earlier MMX headphones, nevertheless, are actually untethered with Bluetooth 5.3 help together with a low latency adaptor. They’re additionally appropriate with PC, PlayStation (PS5 and PS4), and Nintendo Swap. Customers are required to plug them in utilizing the three.5mm headphone jack to make use of them with Xbox Sequence X.
They’re outfitted with dynamic 40mm high-performance drivers, delivering “highly effective bass, clear mids, and detailed highs.” The corporate declare the drivers assist recreate “in-game results with vivid audio playback.” The drivers are additionally claimed to characteristic enhanced sensitivity and elevated impulse response and element throughout an prolonged frequency vary.
There’s an included removable 9mm capsule microphone of podcast high quality, with an electret condenser capsule permitting for increased max sound strain ranges (SPL), wider response, and fewer noise. It’s additionally extra energy environment friendly, with the corporate claiming upwards of 35 hours of use on one single cost, however the precise playtime could be between 40-50 hours, together with idle intervals.
There aren’t any RGB lights or vibrant neon colors within the design. As a substitute, these headphones are extra refined and mature, with a monochromatic design out there in black or gray. There are additionally a number of delicate orange highlights. They have been constructed with an aluminium headband, reminiscence foam ear cushions and headband for consolation, and faux-leather ear pads. These could be swapped out if alternative is required.
The MMX 200 Wi-fi is at present out there on Beyerdynamic’s web site and $399 AUD.