Product on Review: ASUS Cerberus V2
Manufacturer & Sponsor: ASUS
Street Price: £59.99 GBP / $69 USD
The Cerberus headset originally served ASUS as their entry-to-mid range offering which was effectively a 'Siberia' clone packed with 60mm drivers. The recipe was inherently pleasing for many people as it gave powerful gaming audio, solid construction and good comfort. However, as time went on, there were some flaws that became more apparent, flaws that some readers may have experienced if they have used a product sporting low-grade PU leather which ends up cracking and flaking away.
ASUS have addressed these issues, and implemented them in the Cerberus V2. Unlike the original Cerberus headset, it now features a bouncy steel frame, a stitched headband for additional protection, as well as improved ear cushions that provide 30% extra coverage for improved comfort and sound isolation. ASUS have also have changed the drivers, rather than shipping with the unnecessarily large 60mm drivers, they have implemented exclusive 53mm ASUS Essence drivers. This means that there is more space inside the earcup, allowing the drivers to deliver a powerful and rich sound.
ASUS on the Cerberus V2
The award-winning ASUS Cerberus gaming headset just got even better. With exclusive ASUS Essence drivers, a brand-new stainless-steel headband, and wrap-around ear cushions, Cerberus V2 offers improved audio performance with richer, stronger bass, and a tougher, more comfortable design. In addition to gaming, its stylish looks and dual microphones make Cerberus V2 the perfect companion for listening to music on the go.