Peripherals manufacturer SteelSeries adds a new model to its own Arctis headset lineup: The SteelSeries Arctis Prime promises high-caliber sound quality at an affordable price. After all, the same high-fidelity audio drivers that are used in the popular Arctis Pro do their job inside. Our test reveals how well the gaming headset does.
|Frequency range:||10-40,000 Hz|
|Headphone sensitivity:||92 dB SPL|
|Frequency range (microphone):||100-10,000 Hz|
|Impedance (microphone):||2,200 ohms|
|Sensitivity (microphone):||-38 dBV/Pa|
|Cable length and type:||3.5mm jack, four-pin, 1.2 m
3.5mm double jack, three-pole, 1.5 m (including Y-switch)
Scope of delivery
The Arctis Prime comes in a gray-orange box that represents the Danish manufacturer’s new e-sports line, designed by professionals for professionals. Opening the box immediately reveals the headset, which also comes with the obligatory product information and a pop shield for the microphone.
Since the headset is a purely analog device, there is also a detachable, four-pin jack cable with a length of 1.2m, as well as an additionally usable Y-switch to two three-pin plugs with another 1.5m in the box, which makes the cable length in combination look excellent.
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