Logitech guarantees to improve your Quest 2 expertise with its new Refrain audio system


The headset previously often called the Oculus Quest 2 stays our favorite option to play VR video games, however Logitech reckons it could make your expertise even higher with its new audio add-on, Refrain. 

Made particularly for the Meta Quest 2 (because it’s often called as of late), Refrain is basically off-ear headphones that connect to your headset and improve the sound in your video games, films and apps. They’re designed to take a seat over your ears reasonably than on them, which ought to make them extra snug to put on for lengthy durations, whereas open-back drivers imply there’s nothing stopping ambient noise passing by way of.

That is usually seen as a detrimental, however when chopping about in the lounge with a VR headset on we are likely to suppose it’s sensible to not utterly take away your self from the actual world. In the event you wish to completely isolate your self if you’re attempting to smash Beat Saber excessive scores, you is perhaps higher off plugging in some over-ear cans. 

Refrain’ audio system can rotate so that you’re in a position to get the most effective positioning on your ears, and solely wants your Quest 2’s USB-C port to energy itself. USB-C passthrough is supported, so that you’re in a position to cost the headset whereas utilizing the accent. At 182g, the headphones shouldn’t add an excessive amount of heft to the headset, and the extra weight will seemingly be price it for what Refrain provides to your Quest setup. 

As for audio, Logitech isn’t saying an excessive amount of, however we all know that Refrain makes use of ‘custom-tuned off-ear acoustics’ that ought to provide wider and extra detailed sound than the Quest 2’s built-in audio system. 

We don’t have a launch date but, however Logitech says the Refrain will value $99.99 when it goes on sale.