OMEN
Dyad Earbuds

Sound that moves with you.

Two audio drivers.
One balanced sound.

Stay immersed in the game while

experiencing powerful and balanced

sound through dual driver technology.¹

Designed for comfort

Just the right angle

Game on, with comfortable angled drivers that fit perfectly inside your ear.

Customized for your ears only

Customize your comfort with three different ear tips, three ear hook sizes, and Comply™ foam.

Crystal clear

Crystal clear

  • Inline mic and controls

    Take control with inline microphone, mic mute, and media controls.

  • Less tangles, more games

    Don't worry about tangled wires with this flat cable you can wear under your headset.

  • Ready to connect, ready to game

    Enjoy compatibility with the 3.5mm Aux that connects to PC, Xbox, PS4, and Switch.

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SPECS

General:

  • Volume control: Volume slider on the remote controller
  • Mic mute control: Mute slider on the remote controller
  • Mic mute indication: By switch position

Sound:

  • Nominal frequency range: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Sensitivity: 93.6 dB
  • Driver size: 10mm & BA (5.2 x 3.1 x 2.6)
  • Driver magnet material type: Neodymium and Alico
  • Driver impedance: 18 ohms
  • THD + N: Under 5% at 1kHz
  • Tracking: 100Hz ± 3dB (acoustically)
  • Max SPL: Meets EN50332 sound limits

Microphone:

  • Nominal frequency range: 100 Hz - 10 kHz
  • Mic impedance: 2.2 ohms
  • Mic sensitivity: -42 dB
  • Mic response: Omnidirectional

System requirements:

  • Connection to 4-pole, 3.5 mm jack socket

What’s in the box:

  • OMEN Dyad Earbuds
  • Carrying case
  • Comply tip (size M)
  • Eartip (size S, L )
  • Earhook (size S, L)
  • Instruction manual (QSP)
  • Warranty guide
  • Product notices
  • RTF card (LA only)

Warranty and support:

  • Peace-of-mind coverage: Rest easy with an HP standard two-year limited warranty.2

Disclaimers

  1. Listening to personal stereo equipment at full volume for long periods can damage the user’s hearing. To reduce the risk of hearing damage, lower the volume and amount of time listening at full volume.