Audeze, the world’s leading manufacturer of planar magnetic headphones, announced today the release of “Team Carbon,” an Amazon-exclusive colorway addition to the award-winning Audeze Mobius lineup. Team Carbon joins Team Copper and Team Blue, the original Mobius duo that earned over a million dollars in initial crowdfunding and made Mobius one of the most acclaimed gaming headphones of 2018.
Combining leading-edge, best in class technologies, Audeze Mobius delivers a realistic, immersive experience that will push the boundaries of your imagination and maximize the audio experience of gaming, movies, and music. With materials originally designed for space applications, Audeze’s planar magnetic technology produces pure, accurate, high-quality, audiophile sound. WAVES Nx® head tracking technology creates hyper-realistic 3D audio experiences indistinguishable from being in the game, movie, or live concert.
Audeze also announced today the introduction of customizable Head Gesture Keybinds. With Head Gesture Keybinds, users will be able to map various keyboard inputs and macros to corresponding head-tracking movements. For example, a head tilt to the left while wearing Mobius can be mapped to a game-specific action such as lean left from cover. The functionality is fully customizable and can be used to trigger a variety of actions in various games. For those who simply wish to jump in and play, several game-specific presets will be included in the update to Audeze HQ.
Head Gesture Keybinds provide a greater degree of freedom when gaming with Mobius, allowing the user to tailor their playing experience through multiple hands-free input options beyond a traditional mouse and keyboard. These features will also provide a new means of control for gamers with physical disabilities. Head Gesture Keybinds are currently being beta-tested for a full release on Audeze HQ in early 2019. Audeze HQ, a free downloadable application for Windows and Mac, currently offers HRTF Personalization, Sound Profiles, Head-Tracking Visualization, and Device Information.