HTC Vive Deluxe Audio Strap
- Designed with adjustable earphones, allowing you to enjoy the 360-degree realistic sound in even more comfort and convenience.
- Features interior padding for extra contentment. An adjustment dial allows for just the right fit. You can place the cable path at a side position to enjoy an even more immersive experience.
- Provide integrated earphones with great sound quality so you will have a more convenient VR experience.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : 不是
- 电池 : 2 7号电池 需要电池。
- 商品尺寸 : 38.1 x 33.02 x 22.86 cm; 226.8 克
- ASIN : B06Y2GDXMC
- 型号 / 款式 : 99HAMR001-00
The Vive Deluxe Audio Strap provides integrated earphones with great sound quality so you will have a more convenient VR experience. The earphones offer height and angle adjustment to best fit your ears and are easy to put on and take off as well.
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评论于 2019年7月6日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
Curious, I booted up Skyrim VR to play as my murderous cat dude. Using the regular strap when I started the character, I found that I could only play for about 20 minutes before the combination of the uncomfortable headset and choking myself with my headsets wires as I attempted to throw a fireball or two made me want to jump off a cliff. With this simple contraption, no longer did I have to battle the immersion killing wires from my headset while gaming. It seemingly helped to balance out the load of the headset as well, making longer play-times more comfortable. Ive seen people complain about the audio, but honestly it is pretty good unless you are a audio nazi and must have the latest 500 dollar senheizer or w/e headset just to kill some b@#@s. If that's the case you probably hate vr anyway just like you secretly hate yourself.
Worth it, especially since it will probably be a couple gens of the vive before any noticeable improvements make it worth dropping a boatload of money on. By then I'm sure the built in headsets will be standard, and hopefully so will the 300 dollar wireless adapter thing because the regular wires are still a pain in the booty.
So I had to take the same counterweight I was using on the original strap and still use it on this setup. I tried adjusting the strap that goes over the top of your head etc. didn't help until I added the counterweight. Having said that you can get a more precise fit with this with the adjustment knob on the back and you're getting built in headphones. So I think you need to decide if that's worth it to you. I'm still sorta undecided on this, if I'll return it or not. I do like it but it's a lot to pay for a knob adjustment and headphones. It's an improvement for sure but is it worth that extra almost $100 for that? Just my opinion.