SteelSeries is a major player in the world of gaming accessories, and its new release is a certifiably great choice for anyone seeking an immersive experience.
The new Arctis Nova Pro gaming headset is available in both wired and wireless configurations that are specified for either XBOX or PlayStation and PC. Its sleek design has been reimagined with height-adjustable ear cups and four different points of articulation to provide an enjoyable listening session through and through, diminishing any sort of discomfort in the process. The enhanced look comes courtesy of Danish designer Jakob Wagner, who came together with SteelSeries and helped implement an ergonomic, tension-free feel for the sleek headset.
As far as audial prowess is concerned, the tech manufacturer fuses its proprietary acoustic system with premium hi-fi drivers that boast 360° Spatial Audio and pro-grade EQ to emulate the listening experience of a real-life sound booth. The latter of the two allows players to tune every aspect of sound to their liking, serving as what the brand labels the first-ever use of Parametric EQ for gaming purposes. Lastly, thanks to Sonar Software’s noise-canceling tech, team players can take advantage of crystal-clear voice capturing.
You can’t go wrong with this high-end headset no matter what system you’re playing. SteelSeries’ Arctis Nova Pro is now available starting from $250 for the wired version.
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