"The Mobius uses 360 audio to a new level. If you are familiar with the HyperX Orbit headset, Audeze is the company that created that experience. If you turn your head in any direction, the audio will stay stationary. Scanning at over 1000 times per second, this head-tracking experience is truly game-changing, especially since the technology is built directly into the headset. No software is necessary. You can experience this on any device you connect to with either Bluetooth, USB-C, or auxiliary."
"There are a few ways to connect the Audeze Mobius headset to your devices including Bluetooth 4.2, USB Type-C, and 3.5mm audio jack. While the Bluetooth connection does support up-to LDAC 44.1/48KHz (990kbps), you won’t find support for apt-X or aptX-HD (352kbps or 576kbps). SBC and AAC codecs are also available."
"The Audeze Mobius headset is what I would consider to be a sleeper. It’s made primarily with high-density plastic and synthetic leather, and you wouldn’t think the audio quality is as premium as it is. It is definitely deceiving at a glance, but it is very durable."
"This is THE best gaming-specific headset I have used to date. The Audeze Mobius headset is deceivingly incredible. While it looks like a cheaper headset, the 100mm planar magnetic drivers and audio tuning are phenomenal. While it is currently listed at $399.99, that is on the lower end for most planar headphones. While some may claim the 3D Audio head-tracking is a gimmick, I can say without a doubt that I won’t play without it now. It’s definitely a noticeable difference-maker, especially in FPS games."