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H Wireless cuts the cord on our highly successful H Series headset line to deliver exceptional audio in a brilliantly designed wireless headset. Crystal clear audio and cutting edge performance on all your platforms. Don't settle. Go limitless.



H Wireless is continuously frequency hopping to preempt and circumvent interference. The competition waits for interference to be detected to change channels. We just avoid it completely.



Immerse yourself in the incredible virtual 7.1 soundscape. While most headsets simply feature Dolby Headphone, we feature three different Dolby technologies: Dolby Headphone, Dolby Digital, and Dolby Pro Logic IIx.



H Wireless delivers the lowest latency in the industry. Many wireless headsets have variable latency, where audio sometimes slows down or speeds up depending on the lag. Our audio stream is fixed, giving you consistent and smooth audio delivery.




Why settle for listening to high end audio on just one device when you can have it throughout your entire life? We designed this headset to be as flexible as you are. Wherever and whatever your entertainment is, H Wireless has you covered.



We built a multiplatform headset and then threw in even more connection options just to be safe. H Wireless works on Xbox, PlayStation, PC, Mac, home entertainment systems, phones, and tablets. It also works wirelessly on the Playstation 4. We even threw in a Sound Share port for when a friend wants to join in on the experience.



The on-earcup controls make adjustments quick and intuitive. With the control wheel you can adjust volume and navigate the most commonly used settings right from your seat and see them change on the transmitter's clear, bright OLED screen. Adjust the mix, EQ, and more. You don't even have to get up.



Never lose power, never go wired. With so many possible sources of entertainment, we don't want you running out of battery mid-session. Knowing that, we included two 20-hour lithium-ion batteries, which can be changed mid-action without the hassle of any cables or wires. The spare battery charges inside the transmitter. Ready when you need it.




Looks aren't everything? Tell that to the ugly headsets. While we believe audio comes first and foremost, it doesn't hurt that H Wireless has a simple, yet striking design. Both the headset and the transmitter offer up a modern allure that assures it won't look out of place at home or on the go.



The iconic H Series colors return with a stylish matte black look throughout most of the headset. A glossy finish adorns the sides of the ear cups while a touch of SteelSeries Orange highlights the inner ear cup and stitching. Memory foam padding on the headband and earcups provides enduring comfort for long sessions.



Our unique audio transmitter features a stunning OLED display. Profiles, audio sources, battery life, and volume are shown with crystal clear moving and still visuals. No tiny blinking lights to try and decipher. The large display makes it easy to see and operate from the comfort of your couch.




Don't want to miss out on the epic audio action when your friends aren't talking? LiveMix automates our ChatMix feature and automatically turns up chat and turns down the game audio when voice communication is detected.



Allows you to control the audio level balance between the action in your game and the communication from your team. Simply turn up the chat audio to ensure hearing your friends over the explosions. Or turn down your friends if you want to focus on the action.



Fine-tune H Wireless's audio with its five-band equalizer. Tailor the sound to your preferences or style of play. And if you're not an audio whiz, just select from the built-in presets for all kinds of games and entertainment settings.

Learn more about the SteelSeries H




Wireless Type
Power Supply
Rechargeable Lithium-Ion, 1000mAh
Operating Time
20 hours per pack, typical usage
40 ft.


Headphone Frequency Response
Headphone Input Impedance
32 ohm
Ear Coupling
297g (without battery)


Microphone Impedance
~2.2K ohm
Microphone Frequency Response
Microphone Sensitivity
-44 dB


Innovative Design
- Large, clear, stunning OLED transmitter display - profiles, sources, battery life, volume
- Intuitive interface - headset and transmitter
- Uni-directional retractable mic with LED
- Unlimited play 2 Hotswap / rechargeable Li-Ion Batteries

Superior Wireless Performance and Sound
- Advanced frequency hopping technology for superior interference protection
- Dolby 7.1 Surround sound for immersive audio
- Advanced audio customization profiles to tailor sound and voice per game - EQ, LiveMix , Chat levels
- Uncompressed audio stream - superior, crystal clear audio quality
- Low fixed latency - the lowest latency in the industry

Multi Platform Capability
- Connection to Xbox360, PS3, PC, Mac, and mobiles
- Share your sound with secondary headset output or use as a wired input from almost anything

Quick Info


  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year

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  • Jason O.
  • 8/24/2014 10:40:44 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Comfy ear cups, quality sound, and replaceable rechargeable batteries.

Cons: Price.

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  • Michelle C.
  • 8/21/2014 5:55:54 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsamazing headsets

Pros: -Sounds great
-great quality
-easy to install
- so many plugs!

Cons: - mic not the best

Other Thoughts: I love these headsets, I have owned a few wireless headsets and these top all of them by far. The sound quality for gaming class wireless headset is by far the best. The ear cushions really curve to the face so no sound escapes, on top of that they are really comfortable, tbh the whole headset is really comfortable.

The only complaint i have had is that my friends say the mic isnt great, but lucky for me i dont have to listen to myself.

I would really recommend this headset to people. It was really worth the price!

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  • Allen K.
  • 8/9/2014 7:19:02 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSimply amazing

Pros: I would consider myself an audiophile and for being a gaming headset primarily they are wonderful.

Being able to connect both my playstation 4 and my computer at the same time and switch between inputs remotely from the headset is a HUGE advantage. I cant say enough about this.

Some people say the headset is under powered but do you really want to be deaf at 50 years old? The max volume is to much for long gaming sessions.

Cons: Ok the cons...

#1 con of the headset doesnt have anything to do with the headset itself but what comes with it. The length of the cords they give u is a joke. A 3 ft. usb cord is worthless to me. I had to go out and buy a 10 ft. extension at Radio Shack. Other than that minor hiccup its been wonderful and im not going to sacrifice an egg for it.

Price but you get what you pay for,

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5 out of 5 eggsAmazing headset

Pros: These headphones are, by far, the BEST product I've reviewed on Newegg yet. I asked for more time for the review so that I could just keep using them. I had the opportunity to get into the Alpha test for Bungie's latest game, Destiny, and I used these headphones for HOURS straight.

First of all, these things are comfortable. After hours of wearing and using them they were not itchy or uncomfortable. Their weight is not too heavy nor too light as to feel cheaply made. The leather and padding is fantastic. No sweat marks or stickiness after wearing them an extended period of time. I asked my wife to try them for awhile so she hooked them to her phone to listen to music and she was very pleased with both the audio quality and comfort. I have a large head (7 1/2 hat size) and my wife has a very small head by comparison...but she has a lot of hair where as I keep very clean shaven. The headphones did not snag or pull the wife's hair. She also enjoyed how the microphone retracted inside of the earpiece.

Battery Life - Not only does one battery last a VERY long time for these headphones, they come with a second battery! This battery charges in the base station while you use the headset so when it's time to recharge it's a simple matter or twisting the left earpiece outside cover 1/4 turn and swapping batteries! It's quite ingenious and nearly seamless. I was able to swap batteries in the middle of a rather tense area of Destiny and I was never out of the action long enough to be in danger.

The microphone seems to transmit well and speech is clear (I have to go on what other people say and even friends don't want to go into a lot of detail of how my voice sounds when we're all trying to blow stuff up or get little anthropomorphic creatures to jump from platform to platform and avoid falling into pits of molten material or being eaten by large monsters.

There wasn't a single device that I tried that these headphones would not connect to and they sounded amazing on all of them. PS3, PS4, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S3, Mac, PC, iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 and Galaxy Tab 1 (my wife and I have different preferences...she's a Droid girl and I tend toward Apple products though I still use the old Galaxy Tab 1 that we have floating around from time to time).

Range - The range seems pretty good. Walls and ceilings did not seem to interfere. I was listening to some music while cooking and my wife was watching Teen Mom (don't judge...if I don't judge you have no right to either) and was able to walk all over the house.

My other headset is the Sony Elite Pulse wireless headset. Don't get me wrong it's a great headset and I thought that the sound quality was amazing...until I used these SteelSeries headphones. These are in a whole other category. The fit, build quality, attention to detail...they are all amazing. I balked at the price of headphones like this...until I finally had a chance to use them. They are worth every penny.

Cons: The only con that I can think of (and it's nitpicking) would be that the wires that come with the unit are a little short. It's not a big deal as the control box is compact enough that it fits on my entertainment center's shelf with either the PS3 or the PS4. Also it's common form factor cables that are used so if a person needed longer cables a simple trip to the local electronics store or even browsing NewEgg a person would be able to find longer cables for quite a reasonable price.

I really have no other negatives that I can come up with for this headset.

Other Thoughts: I will restate that I never could imagine spending the amount of money some of the headsets out there on the market cost but after using this particular headset I totally get it. I understand the difference in quality. If you are in the market for a headset I would recommend waiting and saving until you can get these. They truly are an amazing headset for not just gaming but for any other normal task as well (I sat through several episodes of Numb3rs and all of season 3 of The Killing and was never uncomfortable or annoyed by wearing the headset).

I wasn't able to test these on my X-Box 360 or an X-Box One. I had to let my brother borrow my 360 as his RROD on him and I don't own an X-Box One (can't justify owning both next-gen systems at this time and I think my wife would cause me serious bodily harm), however I can't see any reason why these wouldn't perform just as well on X-Box as they do on Playstation.

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5 out of 5 eggsSuperb Sound - Fantastic for Home Theatre

Pros: When the box arrived, it was obvious from the box and packing that these were quality headphones. Everything fit well and is easy to repackage if you want to use the box carry the headphones in for travel.

I do not have much time for gaming but I wanted to see how these performed on my home theatre. These are much more than gaming headphones. They connect to just about any audio device you have. I used these SteelSeries for my 3D TV and for editing audio recordings.

I currently have a set of Sennheiser wireless and I thought the sound was great, and it is, but when I tried these headphones, I was blown away. They were equal to a pair of wired professional studio headphones I once listened to on a professional audio studio.

Setup was a breeze. I did not need the read the booklet as the menu was straight forward. You can access the menu and setup using the headphones. If took all of about 30 seconds to plug them in and select the audio from the menu.

I first tried these with my 3D TV using the standard audio out. Nice sound but not spectacular. I then hooked up the TV through the optical audio, popped in a 3D movie with THX sound and was blown away. It was like sitting in a theatre without all the noisy people around. The sound surrounded my head, the highs ranges were crisp and the bass felt like I had a woofer built into my body.

Next I wanted to compare audio editing of some church recordings. We have a professional sound system at church that I record audio and video. The Sennheiser headphones worked well for editing the audio. The SteelSeries definitely made a difference in audio editing. I was able to distinguish sounds that I missed with the other headphones. Using the optical out, I was definitely able to adjust the echo and reverb and hear the full effect.

Other wireless headphones I own are susceptible to interference -- especially when walking around or at extended range. The frequency hopping capability of these headphones definitely takes care of any interference.
The SteelSeries did not encounter any interference whatsoever. As far as range, I could wear the headphones on the second floor of my house with the TV on the first floor with no interference and sound as clear as I was standing in front of the TV. I have a concrete block house with stucco and my expensive WiFi router can only transmit a few feet outside the block walls. I walked out to the street with these headphones with no drop in sound quality.

Cons: The only con I would say is the cords are short. You have to have the transmitter fairly close to any device you want to hook up. Not enough of a con to keep you from buying since the transmitter is small and lightweight. I guess its a plus also to not have long cords lying around.

Other Thoughts: When I opened the box and saw the size of these headphones, I thought they would be heavy and a bit uncomfortable if worn for an extended time. Not so. They were extremely comfortable. I watched a 2 hour movie and if it had not been for the remarkable sound quality, I could have forgotten I had them on.

These headphones are not cheap but if you have the money and want a good quality wireless headphone, these are definitely worth considering. I can't comment on the microphone and chat features because I did not test them. With the ability to connect to just about any audio device and have the option of using optical connection these headphones are definitely worth considering.

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5 out of 5 eggsThe last Headset you'll ever need

Pros: Not much to say other than this is truly a great product, I'm an avid gamer and I love to watch movies at home also. The fact fact that you can hot swap batteries and remain wireless permanently is a great touch! I've owned Astro A40's and Logitech G930 headsets before and I have to say the bass on these bad boys is superb! The highs and lows feel just right and the mids are on point. The headset is pretty silent when not actually playing any audio through them which is a big deal for me because I hate feedback with a passion. Lastly, the packaging was also well presented and felt like a real premium device should. SteelSeries has done it again!

Cons: Non really, other than maybe the fact that I didn't get one of these things sooner. Also the rage cuts out after about 50 feet which isnt really bad at all... But this is me being nitpicky.

Other Thoughts: I need to get my hands on some more SteelSeries gear ASAP!

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  • Miles C.
  • 6/9/2014 1:52:26 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsDurable, supportive, unusually quiet

Pros: Great for extended use
the retractable mic guarantees to save me from what ruined my last pair of headphones
the sound card is a worthwhile gimmick

Cons: no on headset programmable buttons
can not use w/PC unless USB is connected (negates the purpose of using the higher quality optical in)

Other Thoughts: I had only one real problem with this headset. Its not powerful in sound levels and delivery. I contacted the company directly and they told me volume limitations are out of their control and in mid 2013 a law was passed restricting the company. This is deeply worrying as the whole kit is 300 dollars. I can hear my Corsair 800D fan noise even when at 100% volume (in games, netflix, vent, etc). May i suggest some noise cancellation if its such a premium unit? I overall expected to be blown away in sound quality but i never was able to hear or enjoy it. A better gaming headset can be bought at a third of this ones price.

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4 out of 5 eggsAmazing Sound

Pros: SteelSeries H Circumaural Wireless Headset is an awesome headset bar none. I've used a few different headsets thru the years and these are by far the best ever. Inside the box you'll find every connector you'll need and not to mention power plugs for if I recall correctly every part of the world. @ batteries for endless gaming or audio listening enjoyment. You easily charge one battery in the base while using the second one. But don't expect to be having to change it very often I got well over 15hours on one and it was still going when i shut it down. The sound quality was superior to any headset i have used prior to these. Somewhat easy to set up with basic knowledge of audio systems. Had minor issues connecting it to my pc but it didn't take long to figure out. The base unit which is small and in my honest opinion very well done can easily placed on your desk without taking up to much real estate. Has a very sleek white lighting scheme that isn't over bearing at all. Has different profiles for all your audio needs. PC, console,Home Theater. Low latency is advertised and I can say without a doubt I noticed non at all. Sounds were heard as they were produced. Basically saying when i pulled the trigger I instantly heard the shot. Unlike other headsets I've used where it seemed to be a slight delay in sound from action. Another sweet feature is when using these on your HTPC (or other home theater setup) you dont have to get up or fidget for a remote, you simply use the on-ear buttons to make whatever changes you need to make your listening environment better.

Cons: Cons well gonna be picky here but hey need to say a little bit. The instructions for an item of this price caliber I found to be lacking. Why put all this effort in to designing a the unit this great with all the bundles accessories and skimp out on full fledged instructions. Granted a lot of folks who buy this type of item normally can fumble their way thru it, but you have to keep the newer class of folks just starting into this arena something more than here is the manual if you cant figure it out call us/ or go online method. Second con is the price its a tad expensive @299$ but some would argue that for its quality and performance its worth it, I have to agree there.

Other Thoughts: Superior build quality, superior sound quality. Without a doubt a headset that sets a new mark for other to reach for. I am truly stoked at this units overall Quality. Nothing feels flimsy or ready to break, and very very comfortable for those marathon sessions of gaming or audio enjoyment. If your looking for a great headset look no further this is the one you have been looking for.

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4 out of 5 eggsAdvanced Headset

Pros: The headphones are of very high quality construction. You can get these things to work with virtually any kind of AC power, any kind of gaming console or PC, and any kind of TV/Stereo system. The microphone is retractable and the controls on the headset are easy to use. The batteries are GREAT and you get two of them so you can charge one in the base while using the other. The unit is highly configurable and remembers your settings for each kind of connection you are going to use it with. It actually has a display on the base unit that runs a sort of wizard which lets you set the inputs and outputs for each device you connect it to; this makes switching from one sound source to another a breeze. The sound quality is very good, but I would not call it audiophile. These are very immersive when playing video games, and if you are a hardcore gamer, this would make them worth it. I tested these out with COD Blacks Ops 2 zombies and it was REALLY intense! I found these units comfortable even after hours of use. These also work great with Skype, especially if you need to block out background noise.

Cons: A minor thing, but the box is a bit funky to open up. Honestly when you get it open, there is a dizzying array of cables and connectors staring at you. It would be simpler if they had a version for each region, instead of having connectors for every kind of A/C power in the entire world. I found the sound only slightly above average for music even when selecting the music preset. I have used wireless sound systems that produce superior sound quality, for example, the wireless sound output on a Roku remote.

Other Thoughts: You need to be a bit tech savvy to set these things up, but of course most hard core gamers would be. If you want a top quality headset that will last a while and can be connected to many types of sound sources easily, then these units may be for you. If you’re like most people and have gone through one cheap headset after another, you will enjoy the quality if you pick up one of these. I knocked off one egg because for the price, the sound quality for music could be a bit better, otherwise these are great.

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4 out of 5 eggsLet down by the microphone

Pros: Packaging was very well done. Everything was packed securely so that it would easily be able to survive the rigors of shipping. All components were clearly labeled in individual packaging. The headset also came with just about every cable you could ever need, and even region specific heads for the power adapter.

Despite being mostly plastic, I can tell the construction of this headset is top notch. I was concerned how rigid the headset was, but after a little breaking in, it has the proper amount of flex to make putting it on simple and alleviate fears of snapping it. A common issue I’ve seen with headsets and headphones is a tendency to develop stress fractures where the ear cups connect to the head band. By just bending the headset a little bit I can tell that the design inhibits this by making the connection between the ear cups and headband rigid, and allowing the headband to flex.

Packaging, quality, now aesthetics. This is a beautifully understated headset. The images don’t really do it justice, you need to see it in person to appreciate just how nice the headset and transmitter are as a package. At first glance I suspect most people would mistake this headset for being a pair of high end wireless home theater headphones. With the mic hidden away inside the left ear cup, and no obnoxious extra controls or off the wall design this headset is able to blend in seamlessly with even the most elegant home entertainment centers. The transmitter too, is brilliantly discrete, with its simple yet striking look, and its sharp OLED display.

Very comfortable. The foam padding around the ear cups and the headband is superbly comfy. The material holding the foam in place is a sort of faux leather material which compliments the foam well. I’ve worn these as long as 10 hours at a time with no discomfort whatsoever.

I’m not an audiophile, to me most every headset I’ve owned has sounded fine. With these though, I was able to notice a difference; I was noticing subtle nuances in songs I had listened to hundreds of times. This is certainly the best sounding headset I’ve ever had, music and movies sound much better, but where these really shine is video games, shooters in particular exemplify the sound quality of this headset. The only way I can describe it is it’s like hearing a game for the first time, all over again, with a better pair of ears.

If you think changing the battery will be a hassle, it isn’t at all. Honestly, it saves you the annoyance of running your battery nearly dead in the middle of something and having to tether yourself just to charge it, negating the point of a wireless headset. Changing the battery is a 30 second affair at worst. The only problem is the manual’s wording as to how you should remove the plate on the left ear cup. Just use the palm of your hand and friction to rotate the plate, trust me, it’s easier. After doing it a few times, you’ll be able to do it without even taking the headset off.

Cons: Setting this headset up for use with a PC was made inexcusably difficult by the documentation. The console setups were actually quite well explained in the manual. Having said that, the PC instructions, despite having the most possible configurations, were by far the shortest. The webpage was much the same story as the manual; the console setups provided great explanations while poorly explaining the PC configuration. As an example of how poor the PC documentation is; the webpage shows only a single PC configuration, with no explanation at all. Both the manual and webpage also fail to clearly explain when and what you should be doing with your OS sound settings (again, this is clearly demonstrated for console setups). I understand the mind boggling number of different hardware setups out there, but I really feel like Steelseries didn’t even try to explain PC configurations.

A special failing grade is deserved for the “TV, Media Center, Home Theatre, etc. ” section in the manual which manages to be even less informative than the PC section, by not at all explaining possible connections and not providing any diagrams. In fact all it does is assure you that “The TV source works with virtually all audio/video equipment…” While technically true, it certainly doesn’t help make setup any easier. The online documentation is much, much better, but misplaced; I couldn’t get the webpage to load properly on my phone or tablet, and I’m sure not everybody has a PC handy for such situations.

Despite the number of things you can do using the transmitter, there are a few glaring omissions which warrant mention. One is the lack of a way to turn the transmitter off. Another is that the headphones make quite a few different beeps and it would be useful to be able to independently enable or disable specific ones.

The exceptional sound quality of this headset is diminished by its weak bass. EQ tweaking provides a boost to the bass, and overall sound quality if done correctly, but even with tweaked EQ settings the bass just doesn’t have the volume and presence I would expect.

The mic on this headset was a huge letdown. By the admissions of three people I regularly talk to, and at least ten others, it simply didn’t sound as good as my old $50 headset. Some people described the sound as being “echo-ey” and others said it sounded “muffled”. Still others complained about the mic’s sensitivity and picking up background noise. I don’t know if the mic is just bad, or if it’s not configured properly, either way it’s Steelseries’ fault since the documentation is so bad. I tried everything, and poured hours of my time into making the mic to sound good. The only significant tweak I tried which produced a positive lasting result was flipping the head of the mic around so the diaphragm was pointed towards my mouth, rather than the middle of nowhere. Even after everything I did, the consensus was still that the mic didn’t sound good.

Other Thoughts: Battery life is definitely as advertised. I tested it thoroughly and came up with a time (full charge to dead) of 20h 34m. For the test I made sure to always have some sort of sound playing through the headset, and chose to use the digital optical out port on my PC. The control module was set to use Dolby Digital.

The previous experiment gave me a chance to test the battery charge time. The charge time (dead to full charge) was 2h 52m. On the topic of dead batteries; the headset will give a low battery warning (by my calculations, around 2%) and every two minutes after reaching that point. It will flash the transmitter with a low battery indicator and the headset will chirp (the chirp can be disabled in the transmitter). After the initial warning, the battery finally died after 25 minutes. This was under the same circumstances as the previous test, since they were in fact the same test.

The headset’s range was another case of “Does what it says on the box.” In my tests, the signal actually started to cut out around 30-35 feet. Below that range, the signal is solid and you’re free to walk around without worry. Beyond that range the headset will only intermittently get a signal UNLESS you are very still. I was able to get a signal over 50 feet away from the transmitter by remaining very still. How still? Moving my head too much would cause the headset to lose signal again.

I strongly recommend reading the “Knowing source settings for advanced usages” section which can be found under “Tips and Tricks” on the headset webpage. This provides some much lacking explanation on the part of the setup guides found in the manual and on the webpage. It’s also worth noting that it’s not really “advanced” anybody who has so much experience as wiring up their own entertainment system will easily have the knowledge to make sense of what they’re reading.

An additional point to the above: the manual and webpage are best used in tandem if you find yourself at all confused about how to set this headset up, both contain information the other lacks. Up to date, rewritten, online manual please, Steelseries.

I’m hugely torn by this headset. The bad documentation was no deal breaker, and it was the only real issue I had until I tested the mic. On one hand, this headset sounds amazing, is beautifully constructed and beautiful to look at. But on the other... the mic... This is a gaming headset. What’s the point of a gaming headset if the mic is no good? Make no mistake, it’s not as if I’m inaudible, but the mic simply doesn’t live up to the quality the rest of this headset exudes. As it stands, based on my experiences with this specific headset, which is still blasting music into my ears as I write this, the only people I could recommend this to, are people who want a high quality all around headset aimed towards gaming, but who rarely if ever voice chat.

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