Conclusion and Verdict
Well there we have it the Arctis Pro Wireless Headset brought to us by SteelSeries. The top of the line headsets from Steelseries have always been coveted by many and for good reasons. These headset offer up a ton of features and are super comfortable. The built in bluetooth makes this think compatible with just about everything. The sound is as good as you can get out of 40mm drivers. I still can not pass up my Steelseries Siberia V3 Prisms 50mm drivers though! Keep in mind that you do have to disable the volume limiter in the engine to get the full power of these headsets. Also in the equalizer play around with the settings if you want deep un distorted bass and clear highs. Try these I liked them: One all-around: +3, +2, -2, +1, +3. And one more bass-heavy: +5, +2, -2, +1, +2. check out this link on reddit to research a little more.
Other than the fact that I was worried about updating the firmware. I was able to successfully complete the process and the headsets have been working just fine. It is hard to pinpoint the exact cause, could it have been my internet being laggy, using the front panel USB and not using the motherboard USB plug, not giving the engine enough time to initialize the update? Your guess is as good as mine. After all that, the sound quality is decent as usual and no complaints from anyone on the other side of the mic. Even though I had a hiccup with the firmware I wouldn’t hesitate recommending these to anyone!
- Compatible with everything
- Requires a hefty commitment from the wallet
SteelSeries has brought us once again one of the best lines in gaming headsets the Arctis. I received the Arctis Pro Wireless and I was excited to compare them to the other Arctis headsets. Don’t let the price scare you. These headsets are designed to last. I still use the Steelseries Siberia V3 Prisims and they have held up well. If you’re looking for that perfect Wireless headset look no further and get this headset you won’t be disappointed!
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