The manufacturer crushes the competition with explosive-sounding devices and luxury features for even more comfort.
If you’re looking to replace headphones or speakers, SteelSeries may have the peripherals for you. A whole new line of gaming speakers and headphones has been added to the manufacturer’s offering with objects cut for players and for all budgets. Arctis helmets have quickly managed to make a name for themselves among competitors in the market and likewise say that both Nova models and Arena speakers will have something to rock the competition.
A search for the best
As for Arctis helmets, the SteelSeries teams have taken what they could do best to keep pushing the boundaries of quality. The new range consists of three different models designed for different target groups.
The Arctis Nova 7 is a wireless headset that is based on the architecture of its big brother: the original SteelSeries Arctis 7. This headset broke the record of awards received for a device of its kind, making it a true behemoth in the market. . The Arctis Nova 7 is therefore an even more premium version than its predecessor.. It integrates the new Nova acoustic system to provide quality sound “Almighty audio(just that). With 38 hours of battery life and fast charging for 6 hours of use in 15 minutes, this peripheral is made for gamers looking for superior quality at an affordable price. You will have to pay € 199.99 for this new helmet.
For lower budgets, the brand also offers two other mid-range and entry-level models. The Arctis Nova 3 and the Arctis Nova 1 were sold at a price of € 189.99 And € 69.99 sacrifice some premium features to get the “Almighty audio“For everyone. Eliminates wireless connectivity and the ClearCast Gen 2 microphone from the Arctis 7, but helmet size, comfort and audio remain on all models.”
Speakers of the same line
As with its headphones, SteelSeries launches with a range of speakers perfect for any type of gamer. There are also three models available to suit everyone’s needs. Then we find Steel Series Arena 9, 7 and 3 each of which offers specific functionality for certain searches. The price ranges are wider than helmets. With respective prices of € 599.99, € 329.99 And € 149.99this range is much less affordable, but offers just as much quality.
RGB light, THX sound and Dolby certifications, the premium specs are here. The cheaper the model, the fewer speakers there are in the package of your choice. So if you need powerful sound, you will have to go for the more expensive option or the mid-range, while the Arena 3 model only offers two simple speakers. But even the cheapest model offers high-end 2.0 sound in a rather discreet and uncluttered design.