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SteelSeries Arctis Nova Pro Wireless review: An ultra-personal gaming headset

PCWorld

The SteelSeries Arctis Nova Pro Wireless is a premium gaming headset that excels in audio quality, comfort and style. With dual wireless functionality and excellent software support, it's among the best we've tested for personalizing your in-game audio. The SteelSeries Arctis Nova Pro Wireless gaming headset gets just about everything right, offering a compelling blend of style, comfort, and Hi-Res audio that sounds impressive. It also offers demanding gamers tons of ways to personalize their audio experiences with features like Pro Grade Parametric EQ and 3D Spatial Audio. And along with dual wireless functionality (2.4GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth), the Arctis Nova Pro come with a convenient base controller that lets you switch between your PC and Xbox One or Xbox X/S at the press of a button.


5 Best Headphones Under $200 Of 2018

Forbes - Tech

We buy our own products and put them under the same testing methodology so that you can easily compare them. Unlike most websites, we do not get our products directly from the manufacturers, which means our units aren't handpicked and actually represent what you would buy yourself. We spend a lot of time comparing the products side-by-side to validate our results and we keep them until they are discontinued so we can continually go back and make sure our reviews are always accurate. With $200 in your pocket, you can find a good and well-rounded headset for most of your needs and use cases. However, there are so many headphones that fall within that price range that making the right choice can feel a bit overwhelming.


SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless review: A high-end gaming headset with years of experience

PCWorld

No seriously, SteelSeries really wants to put that old adage to the test. Back in 2013 I tried out the SteelSeries H Wireless--a premium $300 headset with swappable batteries, a bulky but eminently useful base station, and decent audio (for the time). Then the H Wireless was quietly rebranded as the SteelSeries Siberia 800. Then SteelSeries released the Siberia 840, the same headset but with added Bluetooth support. And now it goes through its latest name-change, becoming the SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless.


5 Best Gaming Headphones

Forbes - Tech

We buy our own products and put them under the same testing methodology so that you can easily compare them. Unlike most websites, we do not get our products directly from the manufacturers, which means our units aren't handpicked and actually represent what you would buy yourself. We spend a lot of time comparing the products side-by-side to validate our results and we keep them until they are discontinued so we can continually go back and make sure our reviews are always accurate. With the rising popularity of multiplayer games like Fortnite, PUBG and Overwatch, having a good gaming headset can sometimes make the difference between a clutch, well-coordinated last-minute victory and crushing defeat. A typical, wired headphone may give you good enough audio for gaming but may lack a compatible microphone and chat support to plan a winning strategy with your teammates.


SteelSeries' latest gaming headset offers 360 audio and a fresh design

Engadget

SteelSeries makes some of the best gaming headsets on the market, but with its new flagship Arctis Nova Pro, the company is doing a top to bottom overhaul featuring with a brand new design, a second-gen GameDAC and an innovative audio suite with support for 360-degree spatial audio and more. Available in both wired and wireless versions for PC, Xbox and PlayStation, the Arctis Nova Pro's revamped design was created to be super comfortable even during marathon gaming sessions. SteelSeries added four different points of adjustment including rotating and height-adjustable earcups, pivoting hangers, and a flexible tension band. Meanwhile, for people who want to customize the look of the headset, the company is offering $35 Booster Packs consisting of interchangeable headbands and exterior plates in red, lilac, mint and rose. When it comes to audio, the Nova Pro uses custom speaker drivers with a dual-diaphragm design, while the new Sonar Audio Suite adds support for what the company claims is the world's first pro-grade parametric EQ for gamers.