Steelseries Arctis 7 Wireless 2019 Edition (Black or White) £109.99 and Free Delivery
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Steelseries Arctis 7 Wireless 2019 Edition (Black or White) £109.99 and Free Delivery

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Posted 16th Apr
This usually hovers around the £135-£150 mark and is largely regarded as one of, if not the, best wireless gaming headphones on the market (before you get into the silly money range!)

Sold direct from Steelseries with free UPS delivery and 2 year warranty.

If you happen to know someone with a ref code/link then the extra £10 off does also work with this deal making it £99.99 (and still free delivery!!!)

Product description form website:

Best wireless gaming headset — PC Gamer

  • Lossless 2.4 GHz wireless audio designed for low latency gaming
  • Best mic in gaming: the Discord-certified Clearcast bidirectional microphone
  • Hear stunning detail in all games with award-winning Arctis sound
  • Next-generation DTS Headphone:X v2.0 surround sound
  • 24-hour battery life outlasts even your longest gaming sessions
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Heat added Good price but warning if you are changing from a wired head set if you have lots of wifi 2.4ghz signals can cause interference to the audio I have a pair of elite 800x cost 200 and are useless as I moved house and now get tons of diatortion
Postal4 h, 26 m ago

Heat added Good price but warning if you are changing from a wired head …Heat added Good price but warning if you are changing from a wired head set if you have lots of wifi 2.4ghz signals can cause interference to the audio I have a pair of elite 800x cost 200 and are useless as I moved house and now get tons of diatortion


Cheers for the heads up, I already use lots of 2.4ghz devices in quite a small area and don't have an issue so imagine this will be the same.

If anyone does want the £10 off give us a shout!
joke headphones get something good
jamesakabob17/04/2019 00:53

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Anything suggested in the video based on your preferences and needs
Jonathan_Smith2 h, 9 m ago

Anything suggested in the video based on your preferences and needs


If that video has a combined microphone/headphone that is reasonable for music, film and casual gaming, with decent frequency response, under £150, also useful for 3-4 hour conference calls/lectures where you need to wander around, works on Windows, wireless (not Bluetooth, unless demonstrable as able to manage two way & HD (eg 5.0 but Windows coding still sucks)), over ear, battery over 15h usage, usable as a not overly obvious microphone etc. then I'm all ears.

Otherwise, I'm not going to watch a nearly hour long video when you can't even recommend a single headset.

I'm not being purposefully difficult, I have great set up now that would make even the keenest audiophile have a wet dream, but I don't think the perfect product for my gaming exists at this price, so this is the next best thing.

I've scoured every country I can, but if you know of something else that fits the above bill then please do enlighten.
I genuinely don't understand why these are so highly regarded.
they don't sound all that great but you are paying the wireless/gaming tax.

the mic is crisp and clear very good mic on this, button positions take some time to get used to, not ergonomic at all.
so far these have been the most comfortable headsets I have used.
the dtx 7.1 is not great in games, decent for movies and music.

for £110 you are getting a decent pair of headphones but don't expect Best headphones spiel. That's just the gaming community getting over excited as usual.
Mic quality 4/5
Weight / Comfort 5/5
Audio Quality 3/5
Aren't these the follow up to the steelseries H? Which are probably the best surround wireless gaming headphones you can get?
I don't get why headsets need to be for PS4 and PC or for XB1 and PC, that's really ridiculous. Got both consoles? Too bad, that will be 400 quid!
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