60mm neodymium-magnet drivers
detachable mic boom
1.2m braided cable
1.3m braided splitter cable
266grams with cable
Aimed at smart device users and gamers, this head set has a few feathures which we don’t normally see in gaming headsets. The removable boom mic allows for the headset being used outside without the weird stares coming from the public.
The build of the headset seems sturdy enough and frankly looks like any other headset available. However, i would want to highlight that this headset is so ergonomically designed that i did not have to do any adjustments to the headset and feel comfortable instantly. The 1.2m connector cable is kind of short for my liking to bring it outside but with the splitter cable its more that adequate at 2.5m for a gaming PC environment
In terms of sound quality, the bass capabilities of this headset is slightly below average for a gaming headset, I’ve tested the headset while playing several games, the directional distinguishability is superb. Explosions sounds like explosion sounds and are satisfying to listen. The Cerberus is comfortable enough due to its big cushions that does not press on the ears during use. There are no drivers available for the headset so experiences may vary.
Detachable mic boom helps to reduce background noise. Because this headset is also marketed to be compatible with smart devices, the ability to remove the mic boom makes it less bulky to carry around. That being said, the Cerberus is still too bulky to carry around even for a avid headphone user like me.Mic testing has shown that the boom mic records muffled and poppy sounds, so i would prefer using a stand alone mic instead of the boom mic. They were thoughtful enough to include a Alternative Cable adapter for some brands of smart device brands.