ASUS launch CineVibe headphones

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ASUS launch CineVibe headphones.

We recently received some information about ASUS' latest audio gear, the CineVibe headphones. Boasting integrated Force Feedback out of the box ASUS claim the CineVibe give an entirely upgraded audio experience.

CineVibe headphones use advanced audio rendering to provide impressive bass as well as precision mid and high range output, making them ideal for exciting gaming and movie watching.

Better yet, the biggest attraction with CineVibe headphones is the addition of reactive force feedback that vibrates in tandem with the action on screen, creating a gripping experience.

Unlike the forgettable sound of most headphones, CineVibe headphones evoke great wonder and amazement, injecting a whole new dimension of audio to personal, undisruptive gaming and movie watching.

Simple USB connectivity delivers quality audio with no cumbersome installation called for. The built-in microphone fits online gaming perfectly with directional sound and noise cancelling that puts gamers in command of team tactics. Plus, the compact controller attachment provides immediate access to essential functions.

Users also enjoy prolonged comfort for many hours of gaming and movie watching with Japan-made protein leather ear cushions and the Styrofoam-padded headband.

The fold-flat design means CineVibe headphones can easily fit in any carrier, bag or even big enough pockets. The thin profile and easy to manage cord prevent unwanted entanglements and messes, another bonus for gamers with already-cluttered work and play spaces.

CineVibe headphones change the way gamers perceive and enjoy personal audio, delivering true impact and advanced features to entertainment seekers.

Specifications

Driver Diameter30mm
Frequency ResponseHeadphone: 20Hz - 20KHz
Microphone: 100Hz - 10KHz
ImpedanceVibration On: 16ohm±25% at 1KHz
Vibration Off: 32ohm±25% at 1KHz
Input SensitivityVibration On: 105dB±5dB at 1mW from HATS 4158C at 1KHz
Vibration Off: 103dB±5dB at 1mW from HATS 4158C at 1KHz
Cable Length1.5 Meters


About ASUS

ASUS, the world’s top 3 consumer notebook vendor and the maker of the world’s bestselling and most award winning motherboards, is a leading enterprise in the new digital era. ASUS designs and manufactures products that perfectly meet the needs of today's digital home, office and person, with a broad portfolio that includes motherboards, graphics cards, displays, desktop PCs, notebooks, netbooks, servers, multimedia, wireless solutions, networking devices and mobile phones. Driven by innovation and committed to quality, ASUS won 3,268 awards in 2009, and is widely credited with revolutionizing the PC industry with the Eee PC™. With a global staff of more than ten thousand people and a world-class R&D team of 3,000 engineers, the company's revenue for 2009 was US$7.5 billion.

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21-07-2010, 11:02:48

AMDFTW



I'd actually be willing to hazard a bet that within 6 months the 460 will be down to 5770 prices.



well the 460 is ot that far off 5770 prices anyway about £20 difference for a reference 460 (758mb)

and ATI wont hit back IMO (with anothercard anyway) as they have looooads of 5series out,i mean were would it fit into,they may lower the prices but thats it.

21-07-2010, 11:07:55

thestepster
also nvidias released details of the gts 450 that might be out by the end of august and that might be cheaper than the 5770 have to wait and see what the performance comparisons is tho

14-08-2010, 13:22:11

Giskard
Ok guys I found a gigabyte gtx460 1gb, will that be good enough? I think the price is good enough for this one in my country.

BTW I have an intel dp35dp motherboard, will there be any problems at all? I have read some mothrboards are having problems with this video card.

14-08-2010, 13:25:20

tinytomlogan


Ok guys I found a gigabyte gtx460 1gb, will that be good enough? I think the price is good enough for this one in my country.

BTW I have an intel dp35dp motherboard, will there be any problems at all? I have read some mothrboards are having problems with this video card.





You should be fine fella. You going to join our folding team btw? Youll have the gpu for it!

23-08-2010, 23:04:26

Giskard
Well guys I just bought my new gigabyte gtx 460 1gb. Everything is ok, what I like the most is the low temperature :D
But...I still dont feel a great difference between my gt 8800, Im still laging at starcraft II with ultra settings, I dont know if that is my cpu fault (core2duo) or maybe I need a fresh install of my OS. Any suggestions?

BTW what is the folding team?

24-08-2010, 04:48:24

thestepster
the 460 is easily twice as fast as the 8800gt

http://folding.stanford.edu/English/FAQ < that will explain what folding is and there is a part of the forum where u can read guides and get onboard with us :lol:

24-08-2010, 05:51:10

AlienALX
Which Core 2? how much ram do you have? etc.

I don't play Starcraft but Ultra settings sounds like something you would need something more like a 5870 or 470 for?

Also, what OS are you using?

29-08-2010, 15:48:17

Ari-M.
you would be best to go with a gtx460

if you are running ANY video transcoding apps, CUDA apps, or are running dual monitors....i would highly recommend you go with the 2gb version of the 460....Palit has one out now (I have a pair of them). If you could stand to wait for Gigabyte to release the 2gb version of their 460, it would be worth it. The Palit cards I have are flimsy in their construction. The Gigabyte cards are non reference PCB's, much sturdier, and offer a SUBSTANTIALLY better cooling solution

29-08-2010, 15:53:48

Ari-M.


Well guys I just bought my new gigabyte gtx 460 1gb. Everything is ok, what I like the most is the low temperature :D
But...I still dont feel a great difference between my gt 8800, Im still laging at starcraft II with ultra settings, I dont know if that is my cpu fault (core2duo) or maybe I need a fresh install of my OS. Any suggestions?

BTW what is the folding team?





If SC2 is lagging with a 460, then something else is wrong....sc2 is by no means a demanding game

I was able to run Crysis Warhead at max settings, with a single 2gb 460 and it was still playable....granted not fantastic...but playable

SC2 should run fine, maxed out with much less of a card then the 460

it is possible that another card is causing conflicts....

is your 460 installed in the FIRST PCIe slot on the mobo?

have you tried everything at stock settings? (no o/c)

are your drivers the latest revisions possible?

what o/s are you using?

29-08-2010, 17:51:30

AMDFTW


Which Core 2? how much ram do you have? etc.

I don't play Starcraft but Ultra settings sounds like something you would need something more like a 5870 or 470 for?

Also, what OS are you using?





nope i was playing it at MAX settings at 1920*1080 with no issues what so ever it was very smooth
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