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xvideos no SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC Wired Gaming Headset - Certified Hi-Res Audio - Dedicated DAC and Amp - for PS5/PS4 and PC - Black give to dad
xvideos no SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC Wired Gaming Headset - Certified Hi-Res Audio - Dedicated DAC and Amp - for PS5/PS4 and PC - Black give to dad
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      Premium adjustable xvideos no ski goggle xvideos no suspension headband distributes xvideos no weight xvideos no evenly, for maximum xvideos no comfort during xvideos no extended gaming sessionsBought xvideos no these used for a little under half the headset's normal price, and xvideos no they're overall great xvideos no to use! Audio quality is great, xvideos no the microphone xvideos no is very solid, and xvideos no the xvideos no GameDAC was more useful than I xvideos no anticipated. Now, around xvideos no the time I bought this, the successor xvideos no has xvideos no released, and although xvideos no I only see minor improvements in comparisons, the wired model is the xvideos no same price as xvideos no this model xvideos no new. Definitely don't xvideos no buy this new, at least at it's xvideos no normal price. I xvideos no was able to secure this same model for an xvideos no insane $57 in Very Good condition, and the only xvideos no thing it was xvideos no missing was xvideos no the PS4 Optical cable! xvideos no An absolute STEAL at xvideos no that price, even with that cable missing.Gaming's xvideos no first certified Hi-Res xvideos no audio system pairs premium speaker drivers with next-generation DTS surround xvideos no sound to produce incredibly accurate xvideos no positional xvideos no cuesThey look xvideos no cool, have a xvideos no good xvideos no mic, and sound pretty good xvideos no for games and movies. I was hoping with the xvideos no GameDac it could compete with xvideos no my Sennheiser Momentums (or my IE80s), but I don't think xvideos no they are as good. Not wasted xvideos no money, and certainly an upgrade xvideos no from my Corsair headset xvideos no at least. The Steelseries are xvideos no a little more comfortable than the Sennheisers though, so I'll still be using them for sure.2 YEAR UPDATE! I just want to add something, as xvideos no there are a xvideos no lot xvideos no of xvideos no people xvideos no complaining that the xvideos no hinges xvideos no are weak and that they break easily. There is a simple fix for that - xvideos no don't xvideos no pull on xvideos no the earcups when you xvideos no put xvideos no em on. Grab the xvideos no metal band above the earcups, stretch it and put it xvideos no on xvideos no that xvideos no way. I've had xvideos no my Arctis Pro for 2yrs now xvideos no and they xvideos no are in excellent condition and the hinges are perfectly fine even xvideos no tho I only started xvideos no opening em this way recently. I bought xvideos no the Arctis Pro + GameDAC around Black Friday xvideos no 2018 for $200. I decided to give myself at least 6 months with them before writing a xvideos no review. I mean you xvideos no really can't write a xvideos no fair review of xvideos no a headset on the day or 1st week you get them. I can now xvideos no say xvideos no that this is xvideos no the xvideos no best gaming headset I've ever xvideos no had xvideos no the pleasure xvideos no of owning. I also xvideos no currently xvideos no have the Sony Platinum headset and previously the Astro A40, TB xvideos no Stealth xvideos no 700, HyperX Cloud Revolver, Sennheiser Game One, and a few others. The Arctis Pro is leagues ahead xvideos no of xvideos no all of them imo. xvideos no The sound signature is not like most gaming headsets xvideos no and is tuned xvideos no a xvideos no bit more neutral and not heavy on the bass as many gaming headsets are. xvideos no That doesn't mean there xvideos no isn't any xvideos no bass, it's xvideos no very crisp and xvideos no punchy but doesn't distort xvideos no or get xvideos no muddy at higher volumes like xvideos no lesser headsets would. It's a xvideos no much more xvideos no natural sounding bass, not exaggerated the way a lot of headsets xvideos no are these days. If you're xvideos no on PC though, xvideos no you can realllly crank the bass up with their software xvideos no if xvideos no you want. It's probably the easiest peripheral software I've used tbh.The sound is excellent xvideos no and very xvideos no clear/crisp sounding xvideos no with zero distortion at high volumes. The volume is also more than adequate; xvideos no I've never felt that xvideos no I xvideos no needed them to go louder than xvideos no they are xvideos no capable. xvideos no I suggest xvideos no going xvideos no into the GameDAC audio settings or SS Engine 3 and xvideos no turning the gain to "high" if you find the volume lacking and make sure the dial on the headset xvideos no itself xvideos no is turned up, xvideos no as well as on the DAC. I find the sound on these to be pitch perfect for positional audio, I can xvideos no really pinpoint where xvideos no the little animals are that xvideos no I'm hunting in Red Dead 2 or xvideos no exactly which direction an xvideos no enemy xvideos no is coming from in Warzone. xvideos no I almost feel xvideos no like I'm cheating sometimes because I'll be able to xvideos no aim at where a person will be right before they xvideos no get there...but I still xvideos no get xvideos no killed cuz my reactions are getting too slow to keep xvideos no up with these kids xvideos no The soundstage and imaging are the xvideos no best I've heard in xvideos no a closed xvideos no back xvideos no headset. Overall, when it comes to xvideos no gaming headsets, I think these are one of the best out there. The sound is just so xvideos no clear, full, and natural. xvideos no They're extremely comfortable and don't xvideos no give me a headache after xvideos no wearing them xvideos no for hours. You xvideos no can easily find replacement ear cushions for them. They feel very xvideos no sturdy, like they're made with quality xvideos no materials (update: they've held up great for 2yrs now) xvideos no and xvideos no there don't appear to be any particularly weak xvideos no points to worry about xvideos no aside from the joint where they swivel but xvideos no mine feel just as xvideos no solid 10 months later xvideos no as they xvideos no did on xvideos no day 1. xvideos no The RGB xvideos no lighting is really subtle and well done as well. I'm not usually a fan of RGB lighting on a headset cuz it's often gaudy xvideos no but xvideos no that's not the case with these. xvideos no There's even a xvideos no customizable RGB light on the microphone xvideos no which tells you when it's active or muted.The GameDAC xvideos no is xvideos no awesome and xvideos no gives xvideos no you plenty of options to customize xvideos no the audio to your xvideos no liking, xvideos no incl an EQ with 10 separate xvideos no sliders so xvideos no you can really xvideos no dial it in to xvideos no the smallest degree. It's xvideos no worth noting xvideos no that xvideos no the wireless version only has 5 xvideos no sliders for xvideos no the xvideos no EQ (on xvideos no the transmitter base), but you have all the same features xvideos no for xvideos no both in xvideos no their software. I'd xvideos no also xvideos no like xvideos no to mention xvideos no that the virtual surround sound, DTSx 2.0, is by far the best xvideos no VSS I've heard on a headset. xvideos no It widens the soundstage, provides excellent xvideos no positional audio and it doesn't sound tinny xvideos no or hollow xvideos no the way xvideos no many others do. It doesn't xvideos no overemphasize the bass or the treble, it just makes everything sound more full. The xvideos no SS Engine 3 xvideos no software is very xvideos no user-friendly, far more than programs like Icue. xvideos no Setting up multiple xvideos no profiles or "configs" took xvideos no me just a few minutes, and xvideos no each xvideos no one genuinely sounded very different. It's a great piece of xvideos no software imo.I xvideos no would be remiss xvideos no if I didn't mention the Hi-Res audio that these are capable xvideos no of, xvideos no especially now that I've finally experienced it xvideos no 2 xvideos no years later. In 3 words...IT'S A REVELATION. xvideos no Seriously, it's absolutely xvideos no incredible, xvideos no like hearing songs for the first time. I recently xvideos no built a PC and signed xvideos no up for Amazon music so I listened to some of their "Ultra xvideos no HD" tracks. I kid you not, I sat there listening to music for literally 5 xvideos no hours. And I am not the kinda person who listens to music when I'm in my xvideos no house, I'm usually watching, playing or reading something. xvideos no Everyone should experience xvideos no hi-res music at some point. I would also recommend getting an xvideos no extended warranty on these since SS warranty is only 1 year. The extended warranty xvideos no is xvideos no only around $18 and xvideos no it covers pretty xvideos no much everything incl normal wear & tear. xvideos no It's xvideos no worth paying the extra $20 to xvideos no safeguard xvideos no something of this quality. xvideos no Overall, I would absolutely xvideos no recommend xvideos no this headset and xvideos no I think it's well worth the $220 xvideos no I spent. Great sound, solid punchy bass, really xvideos no good sub-bass xvideos no and crisp, clear xvideos no highs and mids. The GameDAC xvideos no is an excellent xvideos no piece of hardware that xvideos no really helps these xvideos no headphones shine, the xvideos no comfort is great and the surround sound is the best implementaion I've heard in a headset.Coming from using Razer xvideos no Kraken V2s and Sony's Pulse 3D xvideos no headphones for the PS5 these by far sound better, the xvideos no mic quality is crystal clear, xvideos no and xvideos no overall build xvideos no quality is xvideos no superior. xvideos no Of course these sell for twice as much so the above is a no-brainer but I'm xvideos no greatly pleased with the performance:dollar ratio.The DAC works right out xvideos no the box with xvideos no PS5 using xvideos no the supplied xvideos no cables plugged into xvideos no a USB port. The PS5 recognizes these xvideos no right off the xvideos no bat and despite the product box not visibly listing xvideos no support xvideos no for PS5 there xvideos no is a specific setting within the xvideos no DAC xvideos no for the PS5.EQ Settings is a nice touch. The supplied built-in ones are ok but if you want something xvideos no more customized you'll have to xvideos no Google search page after xvideos no page finding xvideos no half decent xvideos no presets. xvideos no Built-in "Smiley" is a good xvideos no balance between xvideos no music xvideos no and xvideos no in-game sound accuracy.The only negative xvideos no thing I can xvideos no say about these xvideos no cans is the xvideos no supplied cables xvideos no are kind of flimsy. SteelSeries should provide braided cables or sell xvideos no separate xvideos no braided cables xvideos no with their specific end connectors (USB plug xvideos no bends, plug sizes)Intuitive OLED menu and on-ear ChatMix dial xvideos no allow for on-the-fly adjustments of game audio, voice settings, and moreWidely recognized xvideos no as the best mic in gaming, Arctis ClearCast bidirectional microphone xvideos no delivers studio quality voice clarity and xvideos no background noise cancellationOptimal PS5 compatibility requires user xvideos no to change settings xvideos no on Sony PS5 xvideos no C disable Sony 3D xvideos no Audio xvideos no and then increase default volume to 100%


      SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC Wired Gaming Headset - Certified Hi-Res Audio - Dedicated DAC and Amp - for PS5/PS4 and PC - BlackOptimal PS5 compatibility xvideos no requires user to xvideos no change settings on Sony xvideos no PS5 C xvideos no disable Sony xvideos no 3D Audio and then increase xvideos no default volume to 100%Gaming's first certified Hi-Res xvideos no audio system pairs xvideos no premium xvideos no speaker drivers with next-generation DTS xvideos no surround sound to produce incredibly accurate positional cuesWidely recognized as xvideos no the best xvideos no mic in xvideos no gaming, Arctis ClearCast bidirectional xvideos no microphone delivers studio quality xvideos no voice clarity and background noise cancellationPremium adjustable xvideos no ski goggle suspension headband xvideos no distributes weight xvideos no evenly, for maximum comfort during xvideos no extended gaming sessionsIntuitive OLED menu and on-ear ChatMix dial allow for on-the-fly adjustments of game audio, voice settings, xvideos no and more



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      1: 2 YEAR UPDATE! I just want to add something, as there are a lot of people complaining that the hinges are weak and that they break easily. There is a simple fix for that - don't pull on the earcups when you put em on. Grab the metal band above the earcups, stretch it and put it on that way. I've had my Arctis Pro for 2yrs now and they are in excellent condition and the hinges are perfectly fine even tho I only started opening em this way recently. I bought the Arctis Pro + GameDAC around Black Friday 2018 for $200. I decided to give myself at least 6 months with them before writing a review. I mean you really can't write a fair review of a headset on the day or 1st week you get them. I can now say that this is the best gaming headset I've ever had the pleasure of owning. I also currently have the Sony Platinum headset and previously the Astro A40, TB Stealth 700, HyperX Cloud Revolver, Sennheiser Game One, and a few others. The Arctis Pro is leagues ahead of all of them imo. The sound signature is not like most gaming headsets and is tuned a bit more neutral and not heavy on the bass as many gaming headsets are. That doesn't mean there isn't any bass, it's very crisp and punchy but doesn't distort or get muddy at higher volumes like lesser headsets would. It's a much more natural sounding bass, not exaggerated the way a lot of headsets are these days. If you're on PC though, you can realllly crank the bass up with their software if you want. It's probably the easiest peripheral software I've used tbh.The sound is excellent and very clear/crisp sounding with zero distortion at high volumes. The volume is also more than adequate; I've never felt that I needed them to go louder than they are capable. I suggest going into the GameDAC audio settings or SS Engine 3 and turning the gain to "high" if you find the volume lacking and make sure the dial on the headset itself is turned up, as well as on the DAC. I find the sound on these to be pitch perfect for positional audio, I can really pinpoint where the little animals are that I'm hunting in Red Dead 2 or exactly which direction an enemy is coming from in Warzone. I almost feel like I'm cheating sometimes because I'll be able to aim at where a person will be right before they get there...but I still get killed cuz my reactions are getting too slow to keep up with these kids The soundstage and imaging are the best I've heard in a closed back headset. Overall, when it comes to gaming headsets, I think these are one of the best out there. The sound is just so clear, full, and natural. They're extremely comfortable and don't give me a headache after wearing them for hours. You can easily find replacement ear cushions for them. They feel very sturdy, like they're made with quality materials (update: they've held up great for 2yrs now) and there don't appear to be any particularly weak points to worry about aside from the joint where they swivel but mine feel just as solid 10 months later as they did on day 1. The RGB lighting is really subtle and well done as well. I'm not usually a fan of RGB lighting on a headset cuz it's often gaudy but that's not the case with these. There's even a customizable RGB light on the microphone which tells you when it's active or muted.The GameDAC is awesome and gives you plenty of options to customize the audio to your liking, incl an EQ with 10 separate sliders so you can really dial it in to the smallest degree. It's worth noting that the wireless version only has 5 sliders for the EQ (on the transmitter base), but you have all the same features for both in their software. I'd also like to mention that the virtual surround sound, DTSx 2.0, is by far the best VSS I've heard on a headset. It widens the soundstage, provides excellent positional audio and it doesn't sound tinny or hollow the way many others do. It doesn't overemphasize the bass or the treble, it just makes everything sound more full. The SS Engine 3 software is very user-friendly, far more than programs like Icue. Setting up multiple profiles or "configs" took me just a few minutes, and each one genuinely sounded very different. It's a great piece of software imo.I would be remiss if I didn't mention the Hi-Res audio that these are capable of, especially now that I've finally experienced it 2 years later. In 3 words...IT'S A REVELATION. Seriously, it's absolutely incredible, like hearing songs for the first time. I recently built a PC and signed up for Amazon music so I listened to some of their "Ultra HD" tracks. I kid you not, I sat there listening to music for literally 5 hours. And I am not the kinda person who listens to music when I'm in my house, I'm usually watching, playing or reading something. Everyone should experience hi-res music at some point. I would also recommend getting an extended warranty on these since SS warranty is only 1 year. The extended warranty is only around $18 and it covers pretty much everything incl normal wear & tear. It's worth paying the extra $20 to safeguard something of this quality. Overall, I would absolutely recommend this headset and I think it's well worth the $220 I spent. Great sound, solid punchy bass, really good sub-bass and crisp, clear highs and mids. The GameDAC is an excellent piece of hardware that really helps these headphones shine, the comfort is great and the surround sound is the best implementaion I've heard in a headset.


      2: Coming from using Razer Kraken V2s and Sony's Pulse 3D headphones for the PS5 these by far sound better, the mic quality is crystal clear, and overall build quality is superior. Of course these sell for twice as much so the above is a no-brainer but I'm greatly pleased with the performance:dollar ratio.The DAC works right out the box with PS5 using the supplied cables plugged into a USB port. The PS5 recognizes these right off the bat and despite the product box not visibly listing support for PS5 there is a specific setting within the DAC for the PS5.EQ Settings is a nice touch. The supplied built-in ones are ok but if you want something more customized you'll have to Google search page after page finding half decent presets. Built-in "Smiley" is a good balance between music and in-game sound accuracy.The only negative thing I can say about these cans is the supplied cables are kind of flimsy. SteelSeries should provide braided cables or sell separate braided cables with their specific end connectors (USB plug bends, plug sizes)


      3: Bought these used for a little under half the headset's normal price, and they're overall great to use! Audio quality is great, the microphone is very solid, and the GameDAC was more useful than I anticipated. Now, around the time I bought this, the successor has released, and although I only see minor improvements in comparisons, the wired model is the same price as this model new. Definitely don't buy this new, at least at it's normal price. I was able to secure this same model for an insane $57 in Very Good condition, and the only thing it was missing was the PS4 Optical cable! An absolute STEAL at that price, even with that cable missing.


      4: They look cool, have a good mic, and sound pretty good for games and movies. I was hoping with the GameDac it could compete with my Sennheiser Momentums (or my IE80s), but I don't think they are as good. Not wasted money, and certainly an upgrade from my Corsair headset at least. The Steelseries are a little more comfortable than the Sennheisers though, so I'll still be using them for sure.



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00