The ASUS ROG Cetra in-ear headphones are designed, stylistically and sound-wise, for gamers. They feature premium features such as ANC and Ambient Sound, as well as multi-platform compatibility and software support for PC and laptops. The sound quality for gaming is commendable with stellar staging and emphasised highs that make for directionally-accurate and lively gunshots in FPS games. The earphones are also pretty good for other games such as Among Us owing to the solid omnidirectional microphone performance. However, for music, these earphones are a bit too bright and have subdued lows and bass response. Overall, for Rs 7,699, the earphones are quite pricey but if you value excellent positional cues in gaming and a gamer aesthetic, the ASUS ROG Cetra may be the right choice for you.
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