Today we are looking at the Arctis 7P Wireless Headset from SteelSeries, currently priced around £160. This headset is designed specifically for use with the PlayStation 5 and PC, though there is the 7X model which is designed for Xbox. Despite that, the 7P is also compatible with pretty much anything you can think of thanks to its wide array of ports and connectivity options, including PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Android devices and PC.
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- Neodymium Drivers 40 mm
- Headphone Frequency Response: 20–20000 Hz
- Headphone Sensitivity 98 dBSPL
- Headphone Impedance 32 Ohm
- Headphone Total Harmonic Distortion < 3%
- Headphone Volume Control On Ear Cup
- Microphone Frequency Response: 100–6500 Hz
- Microphone Pattern Bidirectional
- Microphone Sensitivity -38 dBV/Pa
- Microphone Impedance 2200 Ohm
- Microphone Location Retractable
- Range 40 ft, 12 m
- Battery life 24 hours
- Contents Arctis 7P Headset USB-C wireless transmitter Mobile audio cable Charging cable USB-C to USB-A adapter
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- Looks great and matches the PS5 aesthetic.
- Great control wheels.
- On board sidetone adjustment.
- Lots of connectivity options.
- Plush earcups.
- Straightforward software.
- One of the most comfortable headsets we’ve tested.
- Dongle sits flush with phone.
- Excellent sound quality.
- Micro USB lead (not USB-C).
- No 3.5mm cable included.
- Some features do not work for Samsung Galaxy devices.
- Mic quality is very disappointing.
KitGuru says: This could possibly be the most comfortable headset we have ever tested. The completely floating design feels excellent after long hours of use, the cushioned cups are great and the audio quality is superb for music and gaming. It’s just a shame the microphone quality is as poor as it is.