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SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless Gaming Headset - Lossless High Fidelity Wireless + Bluetooth for PS4 and PC - White
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- Dual Wireless technology provides rock solid 2.4G wireless lossless audio for gaming, combined with Bluetooth connectivity for mobile devices
- Premium Hi Res speakers with high density neodymium magnets reproduce a full, expansive frequency range from 10 – 40,000 Hz with stunning realism and clarity
- Luxurious polished steel and aluminum alloy construction offers maximum durability and a consistent fit
- Two included swappable batteries allow you to charge a battery in the base station, while using the other for more than 20 hours of gaming
- Widely recognized as the best mic in gaming, the ClearCast microphone delivers studio quality voice clarity and background noise cancellation
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ARCTIS PRO WIRELESS
High fidelity audio comes to gaming for the first time
Hi-res capable speaker drivers and a lossless and lag-free wireless solution make Arctis Pro Wireless the only true wireless high fidelity gaming audio system.
Complete your SteelSeries setup
SteelSeries has fueled the gaming industry for over 15 years by creating innovative new products, designed specifically for esports and passionate gamers everywhere.
Arctis Pro Wireless features rock solid dual-wireless technology with lag-free 2.4G wireless lossless audio and Bluetooth mobile audio, combined with 40,000 Hz capable hi-res capable speaker drivers and a ClearCast mic making it the ultimate gaming audio system. Plus, Arctis Pro Wireless is designed with luxury materials like polished steel and aluminum alloy, and the exclusive Arctis ski goggle headband and AirWeave performance fabric ear cushions. The multi-input wireless transmitter with an OLED screen and included swappable rechargeable batteries make the gaming audio system as flexible as it is powerful.
Microphone Impedance: 2200 Ohm
Platform Support: Windows 7+, Mac OS X 10.9+
Bluetooth Profiles: A2DP, HFP, HSP
Bluetooth Version: 4.1
Microphone Frequency Response: 100–10,000 Hz
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I am contacting steelseries support one more time, but honestly I was expecting for a price of $330 USD not to have any issues with my device and just work out of the box without any problem. Maybe I got a bad headset, but even if I did, I would have expected for the price they charge to have better quality control on their equipment. I will update this review when I hear back or if I end up returning the headset.
As soon as I heard the first sounds through the headphones, I thought, "YOU MUST BE KIDDING ME!!!!"
And no, those were not words of disbelief due to an overwhelming positive experience. Those were words from utter disgust and disappointment! For a $200+ headset, this was WAAAAAY overpriced!
How can I put this lightly. Well, my cellphone earbuds sounded much better!
These headphones were lacking in bass, even if you crank it up on the included amplifier control box. The sound quality was awful! I bet a tin can on strings sound much better than this!
I tweaked more settings but nothing helped. So, I decided to return them.
Folks, if you are looking for really good quality gaming headsets that you can also use for watching movies, look elsewhere than the Playstation Gold or Platinum headsets!
If the price does dissuade you, then there are better options to be had. This is wireless, and that's a good thing, but it does present a bit of background hiss that is apparent on quieter music (e.g. classical, some jazz). It's not distracting, but it's always there, and moving from this headset to wired headphones does make it obvious that there's additional noise involved in being wireless. For gaming, this is a complete non-issue. They do support direct wired connection, so that option is still there if you have a good (male-male 1/8") cable to hook up with.
As a critical listening can, this does a lot better than I expected. It's head and shoulders above the competition like the Void and Razer sets, and it's more comfortable than either as well. The replaceable battery system seems like more of an annoyance than anything, but I'm sure the first time I forget to charge it and have an expensive wired headset while it charges, I'll change my tune on that.
The control box is nice, looks good, and is easy to use. It is still an additional dongle to find a spot for on your desk, though. The bass level on these is good but not great (B+), the amount of detail is surprisingly good for a mass-market headset (B), and treble is present but not overbearing. Overall a good gaming configuration, and even passable for primary critical listening when hooked up with a cable.
Overall I'd be more than happy to make these my everyday gaming cans if they were cheaper. But at the price, there's no reason to get these over a $200 wired headset like the Sennheiser HD6xx or the AKG K7xx. Those two will easily outshine the Arctis Pro when hooked up to a decent DAC/amp combo, and still cost the same or less. But those are still wired options, and if you simply can't live with a wire, then these will do I guess.
I can't say for sure but if the wired, non-Pro edition of these is the same exact headset, then those might be an excellent bargain for gaming headphones.
Top international reviews
- They look great.
- They're practical (BT AND RF? sign me up!)
- Never plug in to charge again (2 batteries)
- Good quality audio (post EQ)
- Good mic quality
- Breathable ear pads that stay cool
- ALL the cables you need, included.
- Transmitter is AWESOME.
- INCREDIBLE range!!
- A little too small for big heads
- Limited adjustment (only with a stretchy band)
- Ear pads a bit too small for large ears
- Surround is MEH
Overall it's a great headset. Construction is solid, sound is pretty good but you'll need to spend some time in the EQ to make it very good. The ski goggle band is a cool touch but not at all practical for people with LARGE SKULLS like mine. A traditional adjustment would work fine instead. Ear cups cushions/pass feel nice albeit a little cheap but do the job isolating sound very well and keeping you cooler than leather would. You can use RF and BT simultaneously which is absolutely insane. Playing a game? Getting a call? You can take it and still hear the game in the background. The price is a bit steep and I think bigger ear pads with more overall adjustability would be welcomed in the next iteration. That and better surround, cause it stinks on these cans.
And for some reason this happened 2 weeks after any sort of return or product issue can be brought to the attention of the seller. Considering the reviews and the price of the headset, this is kind of ridiculous.