Subject: General Tech | April 24, 2018 - 06:42 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: roccat, swarm, Khan AIMO, virtual 7.1, RGB, gaming headset, audio
Roccat's new Khan Aimo bears a similar design to the Khan Pro, with a subdued colour scheme, apart from the garish RGB infection. The pair of 50mm neodymium drivers offer true 2.0 audio however with the help of the Roccat Swarm software these headsets are able to deliver virtual 7.1 sound well enough to satisfy Benchmark Reviews. The headset's High Resolution Audio badge is apparently well deserved, with incredible good playback thanks to the 10 – 40000Hz response range and the microphone also earned tacit approval. Check out the full review here.
"Roccat has added a splash of intelligent RGB lighting to their new HiRes audio headset and given it a new name: the Khan Aimo. More than just a name change and some lighting, this update of the Khan Pro keeps the HiRes designation but swaps the 3.5mm cable for USB to add some new capabilities."
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