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Mobius is powered by Audeze Planar Magnetic drivers, internationally acclaimed for their superior sound quality. Experience a level of depth and realism in your game audio that no other gaming headset can even hope to match.

Unprecedented Immersion with Waves NX technology

We've partnered with Waves, the world-leading developer of audio DSP technologies and Technical GRAMMY® Award recipient, to fuse their groundbreaking NX technology into Mobius. Able to process up to 8 channels of Surround Sound audio with Head Tracking and Room Emulation, Mobius is the first headset ever created to provide a truly believable and fully immersive Surround Sound listening experience - no additional software or hardware required.



• Planar magnetic drivers for audiophile-grade cinematic sound

• Full 3D emulation with support for popular surround sound modes (7.1/5.1)

• 1000 times / second integrated head tracking

• Anatomy calibration to tailor the sound to the user

• Mobius integrates Waves Nx technology for real-time onboard 3D processing

• Wired and Wireless Bluetooth Connections

• Compatible with PC, MAC, Gaming Consoles, and Mobile Devices

Package Includes

• Mobius Headphone

• Detachable Microphone

• USB-C to USB-C cable

• USB-A to USB-C cable

• Analog 3.5 mm cable

• Quick Start Guide

• User Guide and Warranty


Style Over-ear, closed-circumaural
Transducer type Planar transducer
Diaphragm Ultra-thin Uniforce™
Phase management FAZOR
Magnet type Neodymium N50, Fluxor Magnets
Transducer size 100 mm
DSP Audeze Cipher DSP
Amplifier Built-in balanced amplifier (output 1W)
Maximum SPL >120dB
Frequency response 10Hz – 50kHz
THD < 0.1% (1 kHz, 1 mW)
Earpads Contoured memory foam: artificial leather
Microphone Detachable with separate volume control
Battery type Lithium-polymer
Wireless Connection Bluetooth (SBC, AAC, LDAC)
Wired Connection USB-C, USB-A, 3.5mm analog audio
Weight 350g (including battery)


Listen Responsibly 

To avoid damage to your headphones and/or hearing, ensure the volume on your player is turned down before connecting your headphones. After placing headphones on your head, gradually turn up the volume until you reach a comfortable listening level. Exposure to excessive sound levels can cause gradual hearing loss and damage your headphones.