ASUS ROG Vulcan ANC Headset Review

Up Close - The Headset

ASUS ROG Vulcan ANC Headset Review

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As you would expect to find from a ROG product the Vulcan ANC is red and black. We think it's very attractive though, the wider stance to encompass the Active Noise Cancellation giving it a very different vibe to a regular headset. With the large ROG logo on each ear-piece you wont find anyone confused as to the brand that you've chosen. 

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The foam around the ear pieces is extremely bounteous with plenty to keep the headset comfortable and also provide passive noise reduction to assist in the active type. Speaking of which behind the right ear-piece is the space for the single AAA battery needed to power the active noise cancellation. 

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The noise cancellation is able to be turned off with a switch on the left hand side. It has a handy LED to ensure you don't flatten the battery by leaving it on when not in use. Just below the ANC switch is the jack to insert the removable cable, and below that the socket for the microphone.

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The microphone stands much straighter than it appears in this photograph. The hinges are very high quality as we would expect considering how often you are likely to be collapsing the Vulcan ANC to take it with you. 

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25-09-2013, 07:13:22

tinytomlogan
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Today we're looking at an active noise cancelling headset from ASUS, the ROG Vulcan ANC.


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25-09-2013, 07:38:17

ShaunB-91
Interesting read, deffinelty one to consider when I buy one for my rig. £80 seems reasonable too.Quote

25-09-2013, 07:38:37

Michaeljcox24
Interesting review, I had a pair of Vulcan ANC's and I took them back to the shop. Presentation wise they are the mutts nuts, but I didn't think much of the sound quality at all.Quote
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