Mozaex unveils BluWaves 7.1 HD headphones

Mozaex unveils BluWaves 7.1 HD headphones

The US company Mozaex has brought to market BluWaves 7.1 HD – which the company claims is the world’s first headphones to support Blu-Ray 7.1 discrete HD audio.

The headphones target gamers and enthusiasts and feature 10 discrete integrated speakers with adjustable EQ levels. The BluWaves headphones also feature an integrated vibration subwoofer that has its own bass booster amp and crossover – and they promise bit rates that reach 27 Mbps too. An additional feature is the support for L PCM, DTS-HD Master and Dolby TrueHD Audio.

Everything sounds good except for one thing – pricing. The Mozaex BluWaves 7.1 HD headphones cost between 1295 USD and 2595 USD for the headphones and the receiver – and that makes them a toy for the real enthusiasts and gamers only.

Source: Gadgetblog.ru

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