ROG Cetra True Wireless Earbuds are lightweight gaming earbuds featuring hybrid ANC technology, low latency wireless connection, 10mm ASUS Essence drivers for clear audio and virtual 7.1 surround sound support.
The hybrid ANC tech helps block out outside noise when gaming and the low latency wireless connection helps reduce the audio delay that occurs when using bluetooth headphones.
You can get up to 27 hours of battery life with the use of the charging case and the earbuds are sweat & splash proof with IPX4 water resistance.
How To Pair The ROG Cetra True Wireless Earbuds To The ROG Ally
Open up your ROG Cetra case with the earbuds in them. Remove both earbuds.
On your ROG Ally open up the Windows settings app and click Bluetooth & devices on the left side panel. Make sure Bluetooth is on and click the + Add Device button.
Select the Bluetooth option.
Select ROG CETRA TRUE WIRELESS.
Your earbuds are now connected to your ROG Ally.
Reboot your ROG Ally.
Open up Armoury Crate, go to the Content tab, click the Update Center.
Install the update for you earbuds. Your ROG Ally will restart afterwards. Make sure to check the update section afterward for more updates.
At the desktop, press the start button, search for and open up the Dolby Access app.
Inside the Dolby Access App, click products and select the Dolby Atmos for Headphones option.
In the settings, I selected Dynamic option but you can choose what you want.
Open up Armoury Crate, go to the Content tab, and click Connected Device at the bottom.
Your ROG Cetra True Wireless earbuds should show with an Audio and Firmware Update tab.
I have my Sound Optimization set to Gaming to reduce Audio Delay. You can also enable Virtual Surround Sound, enable Reverb and adjust the Equalizer.
You can create multiple sound profiles as well.
The case also supports wireless charging so If you own a wireless charging pad you can charge your headphones that way too.
I played multiple games for my testing and overall I was thoroughly impressed with the clarity, bass and sound quality as a whole. I also didn’t suffer from any noticeable audio delay either which is a plus with wireless earbuds. You can buy the ROG Cetra True Wireless Earbuds on sale for $79.99 on Amazon here.
Thank you to ASUS for sending this over for review.