Steelseries 61473 Arctis Pro Wireless Headset, Black
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- Dual-Wireless technology provides rock solid, 2.4G wireless lossless audio for gaming, combined with Bluetooth connectivity for mobile devices
- Premium Hi-Res speakers with high-density neodymium magnets reproduce a full, expansive frequency range from 10 – 40,000 Hz with stunning realism and clarity
- Luxurious lightweight steel and aluminum alloy construction offers maximum durability and a consistent fit
- Two included swappable batteries allow you to charge a battery in the base station, while using the other for more than 20 hours of gaming
- Widely recognized as the best mic in gaming, the Clear Cast microphone delivers studio-quality voice clarity and background noise cancellation
- 1 Year Local (Singapore) Manufacturer Warranty
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Arctis Pro Wireless features rock solid dual-wireless technology with lag-free 2.4G wireless lossless audio and Bluetooth mobile audio, combined with 40,000 Hz capable hi-res capable speaker drivers and a Clear Cast mic making it the ultimate gaming audio system. Plus, Arctis Pro Wireless is designed with luxury materials like polished steel and aluminum alloy, and the exclusive Arctis ski goggle headband and AirWeave performance fabric ear cushions. The multi-input wireless transmitter with an OLED screen and included swappable rechargeable batteries make the gaming audio system as flexible as it is powerful.
Arctis Pro Wireless Headset Transmitter Base Station USB Audio Cable Toslink Optical Cable Mobile Audio Cable Mobile Charging Cable Microphone Windscreen Product Information Guide
Dual Wireless System
Arctis Pro Wireless features rock solid, lossless 2.4G wireless audio for gaming, combined with Bluetooth connectivity for mobile devices. Use both connections simultaneously or independently for maximum flexibility.
Lossless Wireless for Gaming
The wireless transmitter provides 2.4G lossless, ultra-low latency wireless audio with up to 40 feet of range. Auto-channel hopping technology ensures the headset will always find clean RF space for interference-free performance.
Never Be Tethered
Exclusive dual-battery system means never sitting next to an outlet to charge your headset. Keep one battery charged in the transmitter base station while gaming with the other in the headset.
Hi-Res Capable Speaker Drivers
Premium speaker drivers with high-density neodymium magnets reproduce Hi-Res audio to 40,000 Hz, nearly double most headsets (22,000 Hz) and twice what the human ear can hear.
Luxurious Materials Throughout
From the gunmetal finish on the lightweight steel headband and aluminum alloy hangers, to the soft touch coating on the removable speaker plates, every surface is a sophisticated tactile experience.
ClearCast Bidirectional Microphone
Widely recognized as the best mic in gaming, the retractable Arctis ClearCast microphone delivers studio-quality voice clarity and exceptional background noise cancellation.
Customization at Your Fingertips
The intuitive OLED menu lets you quickly adjust your volume, balance your ChatMix, and dial in your perfect sound with the onboard equalizer, all without installing software.
DTS Headphone:X v2.0
Next generation Headphone:X v2.0 immerses you in the action by delivering incredibly accurate positional cues. Lose yourself in the game as the audio comes to life all around you.
Built for Professionals
Arctis Pro Wireless was built from the ground up to deliver the best audio ever found in gaming. Professional gamers demand the highest quality sound, comfort and materials and Arctis Pro delivers.
|Arctis Pro + GameDAC||Arctis Pro Wireless|
|Electronics||GameDAC||Transmitter Base Station|
|Speaker Drivers||Hi-Res, 40,000 Hz Output||Hi-Res, 40,000 Hz Output|
|Hi-Res Audio Certified||Yes||No|
|Surround Sound||DTS Headphone:X v2.0||DTS Headphone:X v2.0|
|Connections||USB, Optical, 3.5mm||USB, Optical, 3.5mm|
|Compatibility||PC and PS4||PC and PS4|
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The astros are trash, the headsets never lasted me more than two or three months before i had to send back for repairs and it was also a headache dealing with their customer service.
Update: I have had these almost a yr now and have yet to have any issue with them. On rare occassions I may turn the headset on and get feedback but I just turn them off and back on again and problem solved. If you are thinking of these or the astro a50's, I would go with these. The astro a50 will work for about a month before you have to send them in for repairs and you better get the extended warranty.
Look and build: I prefer the look of the Arctis Pro Wireless. It is a bit more modern and sleek looking than the Siberia 800. Build quality wise, I feel the Siberia 800 feels more sturdy and more durable to scuffs. The Arctis Pro Wireless has the exposed metal headband and and the matte finish which feel more delicate. I have to handle it with care compared to the Siberia 800 which I can pretty much toss around anywhere.
Comfort: The earcups of the Arctis Pro Wireless are more comfortable. They are shaped naturally around your ears unlike the cylindrical shape of the Siberia 800. However, I'm not a fan of the ski band on top. I had to adjust it by loosening the velcro which is prone to lint. Also, it tends to pull the headphones up causing a little discomfort on the bottom of my ears. I much prefer the headband of the Siberia 800 with its plush memory foam and traditional way of size adjustment.
Connectivity: This is pretty much the same. I had no trouble with the signal when walking downstairs with both headsets to get something from the kitchen. Also, there is no lag while playing games. The bluetooth range is also great and there is no noticeable lag when watching a video from my phone.
Usability: The base stations are pretty much identical except for a few tweaks. The 3.5mm chat out and analog in from the back on the Siberia 800's base station are now replaced by line in and line out which is good for passthrough to speakers. The volume knob on the Arctis Pro Wireless base station is a little more grippy and concave, but they operate the same way. The batteries are exactly the same also. I interchanged them and they work perfectly. The menus have a few more options on the Arctis Pro Wireless. You can now have sidetone and adjust its sensitivity. However, your voice tends to sound distorted when speaking a little louder or yelling. Luckily, you can set it to 0 to turn it off which is what I had to do unfortunately. You can now set the screen to timeout or have a screensaver which is just the SteelSeries logo. I had issues with burn-in (due to being OLED) with the screen on my Siberia 800 base station so this is a welcome option for prevention. There is also a volume limiter option which you can turn off if you require louder volumes. The Arctis Pro Wireless can also connect to the SteelSeries Engine to access more options, but it is currently not available yet.
On the Arctis Pro Wireless, the volume knob and mute switch is on the left side of headset, while the power buttons are on the right side. This is a change I didn't like. On the Siberia 800, all controls are on the right side and you only need to use one hand to do everything. It will take some adjustment to get used to it, especially if you're coming from the Siberia 800. The battery is now stored on the right earcup on the Arctis Pro Wireless and you just pop off the magnetic plate to swap it out. On the Siberia 800, you just twist the plate off to swap batteries. Both ways are pretty much the same. When you power on and off the Siberia 800, there is a beep tone letting you know it is either on or off. It can be heard clearly. The Arctis Pro Wireless beeps when powering on. When powering off, there is a tiny tone letting you know. It's basically inaudible if your not listening for it closely. The weird thing is there is a loud beep tone when you power off while connected through bluetooth. This seems like an oversight.
Microphone: The mic quality of both are on par with each other. They both glow red when you mute them and are adjustable and retractable. The mic on the Arctis Pro Wireless however, is a bit larger and bulkier. I prefer the look of the mic on the Siberia 800. But, it is no big deal. The biggest issue I have with the Arctis Pro Wireless is the mic output volume is extremely low when I tested it on my PS4. My friends could barely hear me. There is also no way to adjust the mic sensitivity at all at the moment. This is odd since the Arctis Pro with GameDAC has an option to adjust mic output volume. The only way for my party to hear me a little better was to crank up the mic sensitivity to max through the PS4 system settings. Still, it was still lower than the Siberia 800 which I always keep at default sensitivity on the PS4. When I switched to the Siberia 800, my party could hear me comfortably. I hope SteelSeries can fix this through a firmware update.
Sound: My Siberia 800's are dead silent when there is no sound playing. The Arctis Pro Wireless has a very subtle hiss, but not to the point of being annoying. When there is sound playing, you can hardly hear it, if at all. I was concerned about this, but it definitely not a deal breaker. The sound signatures are slightly different. I wouldn't say the Arctis Pro Wireless is better sounding than the Siberia 800 which is a disappointment. I tested both with my custom EQ settings and with surround on and off. The Arctis Pro Wireless sounds a little more airy. The highs are a bit more detailed, but more harsh. The bass response for the Arctis Pro Wireless sounds toned down and slightly less full. The focus is more on clarity and separation, but it comes off as a bit synthetic. This causes it to sound more tinny and thinner than the Siberia 800 overall. On the Siberia 800, the treble is warmer and easier on the ears, but still has great clarity. Also, the bass has more punch and depth. I feel the sound signature on the Siberia 800 is more natural and accurate. Overall, they both sound good and will definitely give you an edge competitively. However, I prefer the Siberia 800's sound as of now, but I will have to put more hours in and tweak the EQ settings to get a full impression of the Arctis Pro Wireless.
Conclusion: These are both great wireless headsets for gaming. I've had the Siberia 800 for about three years and absolutely love them. If you are looking to upgrade from the Siberia 800/840/H Wireless to the Arctis Pro Wireless, I would hold off for now. The sound is not any better and the mic volume output is definitely a major issue. Also, it has not been fully integrated into the SteelSeries Engine which makes it feel kind of rushed and half-baked. However, these impressions are just based on one day of usage. I will try to update later after some more extensive usage. Let me know if you have any questions or if you want me to test anything else. Thanks for reading!
UPDATE (4/29/18): SteelSeries Engine 3.12.3 has been released which allows customization of the Arctis Pro Wireless. Also, this included a firmware update for the Arctis Pro Wireless. The update fixes the mic volume output on PS4! Now, I do not have to put the mic sensitivity at max through the PS4 system settings. My party can hear me loud and clear without any adjustments. Also, they fixed the power off tone which can now be heard loudly. It was nice to have these issues fixed, especially the mic volume output which was a big problem for me. Thanks to SteelSeries for listening to feedback.