The $100 Logitech Quest 2 Off-Ear Headphones Have Been Revealed! Alex, the new VR freak from Metaverse News has already ordered them and a review will definitely be coming soon!
The Chorus’s headset connection is straightforward. Put the Quest 2 headset’s extra speaker over the left and right earcups. A rubber strap connects each speaker together.
You won’t have to worry about having your hands caught in the strap as you sprint through the metaverse since it is just long enough to rest comfortably above the headset.
At the close of August, you may get The Chorus for $99.99.
Logitech, a firm that produces accessories for a wide variety of different brands, has released the Logitech Chorus, a VR attachment for the Meta Quest 2 that promises an enhanced audio experience.
Connecting the Chorus speakers to your headset is as simple as inserting the USB-C cable into the Quest 2’s connector. There is a cost associated with the Chorus’s inbuilt USB-C passthrough, which eliminates the need for a separate power supply.
Unfortunately, the Chorus speakers can’t be used when charging through the USB-C connector, which can be a pain if you’re like me and want to keep your headset plugged in at all times while playing.
Using a Link connection to play virtual reality games on a personal computer has the same problem. As luck would have it, the Quest 2’s design makes disconnecting the attachment a breeze.
The Chorus doesn’t tip the scales at 6.42 oz, so it won’t derail your Quest’s equilibrium. You may adjust the headphones’ fit over your ears by sliding the earcups back and forth.
These off-ear headphones are like the Valve Index in that they are never truly contacting your ears. This way, you won’t miss a thing, be it an actual emergency or the beep of your air fryer’s timer.
You may assume that the extra room between you and the speakers would detract from your virtual reality listening experience. Logitech, on the other hand, claims that its solution is designed to provide users with the best of both worlds thanks to high-quality spatial audio.
The speakers on the Chorus may be turned around to the back of the headset to silence your virtual reality experience, a handy feature for when you need to concentrate without distraction. A potential annoyance, according to some early reviews, is that when users move their speakers to mute them, the Quest passthrough capability is activated.
The cost of The Chorus is $99.99. You can pre-order the Logitech Chorus on their website and have them shipped to your house as soon as they become available at the end of the month.
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