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Arctis Pro Wireless
10 Hz - 40 kHz
Active Noise Cancelling
- USB 2.0
Sensitivity at 1 V RMS
- 14 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Living the dream (machine)
I can deal with wires in almost any occasion, but not when talking about gaming headphones! This headset sounds amazing - a single DTS Headphone X demo can leave you speechless after just a few seconds of test - and quality of materials and design is not questionable.
Also, plenty of connectivity options and the double switchable battery in bundle - allowing you to use this wireless headset seamlessly - represent a great plus.
Just two - maybe not so negligible - cons: 1. it's sad to confirm that in 2.4GHz wireless mode you can (barely) hear a white noise in background that clearly starts/stops when turning the headset on/off (of course there must be almost absolute silence to hear that); 2. there is only an elastic band that adapts to your head without any other possible regulation, but even if I have very short hairs (and a normal-size head) I can feel it very tight... Maybe with time it will get looser, anyway I think both things should be taken into account when judging this - still excellent - headset.
- 7 points
- 14 days ago
from completed build 2019 Gaming Beast
This headset is good but not the best. If it wasn't for the price that I got it off Craigslist for, I would've returned it immediately at that absurd retail cost. It gets the job done but mic is not good, virtual surround sound is OK. The drivers inside the ears are pretty good, solid base and clarity. I just expected a lot more for what the retail price cost. There's a reason this headset has so many mixed reviews on the internet. There are plenty of headsets below $150 that perform close to this, I wouldn't pay more than $150 for this headset.
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