The black SteelSeries Arctis 7 lossless wireless gaming headset is down to $109.99 on Amazon. That price is also matched at Best Buy. Unfortunately this price only applies to the black version as the white headset is going for $131 at both retailers. The drop to $110 matches a low price that has only been beaten by Black Friday's special savings. Normally the headset sells for around $125 with spikes as high as $150.
The headset uses a 2.4GHz wireless connection for lossless audio, ultra low latency, and zero interference. It has a great ClearCast mic that delivers studio quality voice and cancels out background noise. On PC it can give you surround sound.
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The Arctis 7 uses a 2.4GHz wireless connection, which means you get lossless audio and an ultra low-latency connection that has zero interuptions. You'll be able to easily connect where you need to.
The headset also has a ClearCast microphone that can provide studio-quality vocal clarity. One of the things that's really important for a gaming headset is the ability to talk to your teammates while you're playing without having your game interfere with the sound. The mic has built-in noise cancellation to eleminate the sound of you fragging in the background so your voice comes through clear.
The battery life on the Arctis 7 lasts for up to 24 hours so you can keep playing with your friends long into the night. Assuming your gaming sessions don't go literally all day, you should be able to top yourself off before every session and keep it going.
It uses an over-ear design, and the ear cushions use athletics-inspired AirWeave fabric that's designed to keep your ears cool and dry. You'll be comfortable for hours with this headset on. The suspension band is designed like a pair of sky goggles and can contour to your head while comfortably distributing the weight and eliminating pressure points. You might stop playing halfway through a gaming session, but it will most likely just be because you're bad and not because your headset is uncomfortable.
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