Today we will be covering the Arctis Pro + GameDAC from SteelSeries. Big shout out to SteelSeries for providing us with all the great headsets in the past. The one on hand today is from the Arctis line. We covered a few of the Arctis headsets a while back and now we have the Arctis Pro + GameDAC version to show off. As you can expect, SteelSeries doesn’t fool around when it comes to their audio. I love that SteelSeries has a passion about providing us with the most enjoyable experience possible. If you are like me then you want nothing but the best from a headset. This setup looks like a take on the famous Siberia 800. I had the pleasure of reviewing that headset. I like the new style of the dial and screen.
Each component of the Arctis Pro + GameDAC Hi-Res gaming audio system is meticulously engineered to maintain pristine, powerful audio, from the digital output of the PS4 or PC all the way to your ears.
- GameDAC: High Fidelity digital to analog converter (DAC)
- Audiophile grade sound with superb detail
- Premium Hi-Res speakers
- Luxurious polished steel and aluminum alloy construction
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SteelSeries has fueled the gaming industry by creating innovative new products, designed specifically for eSports and passionate gamers everywhere.
Here at SteelSeries, we are obsessed with “firsts”. Dating back to 2001, our company was formed to meet the surface needs of hardcore gamers by introducing the first glass mousepad, the Icemat. Since that original innovation, we created the first mechanical gaming keyboard, the first suspended headband for gaming headsets, the first World of Warcraft mouse and endless other innovations. SteelSeries is dedicated to building products that push professional gaming further than anyone dreamed. Those innovations make gaming more competitive and more fun for gamers everywhere.
Now let us see what this Gaming Headset is all about!
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