ASUS Echelon Camo Edition Headset

Introduction and Technical Specifications

ASUS Echelon Camo Edition Headset  

Introduction

The range of ASUS products seems to increase on a daily basis. A company that started off with motherboards and graphics cards, now has enough products to satisfy all of your entertainment needs whether you require components to build a system, an already completed system, laptops, tablets, phones, displays... the list of things with the ASUS brand upon it is almost endless. Given the importance of brand loyalty in the modern marketplace and the soft-place in their heart that any gamer has for the ROG brand in particular, it's not a great shock to see this rapid expansion in their range.

Today we have a first for OC3D in that we're reviewing a headset from ASUS. We've looked at headsets from all the major manufacturers so it's about time ASUS joined the list.

The model we're reviewing today is the Echelon Gaming Headset which comes in a blue digital camouflage pattern so popular amongst gaming clans.

Technical Specifications

The Echelon is a fairly basic headset, with a retractable microphone and two 50mm drivers. With noise cancellation only occurring from the natural sound deadening that comes with covering your ears it helps keep costs down. Hopefully the performance remains as high as we'd expect from an ASUS product.

  • Connector : 3.5 mm jack
  • Driver Diameter : 50 mm
    Driver Material : Neodymium magnet
  • Headphone Sensitivity : 100 dB
    Microphone Sensitivity : -30 dB
  • Maximum Input : 50 mW
  • Frequency Response : Headphone : 20 ~ 20000 Hz
  • Impedance : 32 Ohm ± 3 %
  • Cable Length : 2.5 meter
  • Cable : Braided cable
  • Noise Cancelling Performance : Passive, maximum > 30 dB
  • Weight : 268 g
  • Accessories : User guide
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Most Recent Comments

11-09-2013, 05:34:43

tinytomlogan
If you're in the mood for some gaming action and require a headset, maybe ASUS has just the thing with their Echelon.

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...122915757l.jpg


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16-09-2013, 01:31:54

maniac
just read through this review and I must say I am really interested in these, but there was no mention of the cable quality, I currently have a pair of Sennheiser 202's and I must say that the cable quality is awful (let alone it being 10ft long -.- )

Would you recommend this particular headset of the Sennheiser 202?
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