Audeze Presents New Maxwell Wireless Gaming Headset

Some of the best gaming headsets on the market today come from Audeze. Their planar magnetic drivers are a staple of design excellence for high-end headphones. In the past, they’ve given us the Mobius and Penrose gaming headphones, which had kept up to date with all of the latest innovations in their current console generation. Now, Audeze has developed the Maxwell, which looks to innovate the world of gaming headphones once again. The Maxwell is built from the ground up, hoping to deliver an unparalleled listening experience. They look to cover all the ground that goes into making great gaming headphones, with the best sound, best wireless performance, and best battery life. Audeze is also pushing the latest spatial audio features for consoles and PC, for even more immersion.

What To Expect

  • 80hr+ Battery Life with Fast Charge for All Day Play in 20 min
  • Ultra-Low Latency Wireless with 3X Range of Traditional 2.4Ghz
  • First-in-Class Bluetooth 5.3 supports LE Audio, LC3plus, LDAC
  • Class-Leading High-Resolution Audio up to 24-bit/96kHz
  • Embedded Dolby Atmos® License (Xbox version only)
  • All-New Reinforced Chassis Built with Aluminum and Steel
  • FILTER™ Noise Reduction Technology for Clear Communications
  • Award-winning Audeze 90mm Planar Magnetic Drivers




Over-ear (circumaural), closed-back

Transducer type

Planar Magnetic

Magnetic structure

Fluxor™ magnet array

Phase management


Magnet type

Neodymium N50

Diaphragm type

Ultra-Thin Uniforce™

Transducer size

90 mm

Maximum SPL


Frequency response

10Hz – 50kHz


<0.1% (@ 1 kHz, 1mW)

Spatial Audio

Dolby Atmos® (Xbox Version)

Tempest 3D (PlayStation Version)




Boom Microphone

Detachable, Hypercardioid, Designed by Shure


5x on-board microphone array


Battery type

Lithium-polymer, 1800mAh

Battery life

Over 80 hrs wireless playback @ 80dBA

Fast charge

USB-C, 5v 1.8 Amp max – 25% charge / 20min (Full charge 2hr)




Bluetooth: 5.3

Supports: Multipoint, LE Audio, LC3, LC3plus, LDAC, AAC, SBC

Wired – Digital

USB-C with dual-audio endpoints and game-chat mix

Wired – Analog

3.5mm TRRS active

Look for the Audeze Maxwell for $299 on their website here, and find more from Audeze at Audio46.

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