Technology & Software
The ROCCAT Khan AIMO is advertised with a maximum sampling rate of “24-bit, 96,000 MHz”, at the same time USB 2.0 is specified for compatibility. Both are correct separately, but you need a USB 3.1 port for the maximum sampling rate. With USB 2.0 and 24-bit/96.000 MHz, Windows otherwise displays a USB resource conflict. Unfortunately, this is not exactly stated on the manufacturer’s page or other reviews (at least the ones I looked at to find a solution to the problem).
|sampling rate:||USB 2.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.1|
|24-bit, 96.000 MHz||no||no||yes|
|24-bit, 48.000 MHz||no||yes||yes|
|16-bit, 44.100 MHz||yes||yes||yes|
Various settings can be made via the software. In addition to mixing your own sound profiles, you can also select prefabricated profiles, for example for FP shooters or RPGs. Here you can also adjust the surround sound and microphone settings.
Of course, the RGB LED illumination of the ROCCAT Khan AIMO may also be adjusted in the SWARM software. Five lighting modes are available, which can be controlled both in speed and brightness. Via the color selection 15 predefined colors can be selected, the 16th button deactivates the illumination. Up to seven own color tones can also be added to the color palette.
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