seifenchef I'm a keen advocate of modular design. At its price point, Cinera can't provide the best of everything, so there will be compromises on quality. By separating the headset (screens), the playback device, and the headphones, Cinera customers can cherry pick the best options out there for handling the playback and audio.
I have 7.1 surround sound gaming headphones with excellent bass, and also earbuds that analyse the structure of your inner ear to provide a customised audio profile tailored to me. However, neither of these options will be available to me when I am wearing the Cinera Edge Pro, as I'll be limited to their built-in headphones.
Built-in headphones keep things simpler, and the design helps support the headset on the head, and I'm sure the audio quality is perfectly adequate, but the flexibility would have been nice.