SteelSeries Introduces Arctis Nova Pro

May 28, 2022 - 20:43
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SteelSeries Introduces Arctis Nova Pro

SteelSeries, a peripherals maker, has released the Arctis Nova Pro gaming headset series after four years of research. In addition to the company's flagship headphones, the Sonar Audio Software Suite is professional audio EQ software for gamers.

The Arctis Nova Pro headphones are designed to make it easy for players to transfer from one gaming platform to another. This is owing to the Multi-System Connect hub, which allows players to transfer from, say, a PC to a PlayStation without changing cables.

Furthermore, the headphones feature an AI-POWERED microphone with Noise Canceling technology, as well as the Sonar Audio Software Suite and the ClearCast Gen 2 microphone, which, according to SteelSeries, is also used by Formula 1 drivers.

SteelSeries also dedicated attention to comfort when using the headphones, which can be adjusted to each player's head thanks to the new ComfortMAX technology. It should also be mentioned that there are various distinct models of headphones available.

The Acrtis Nova Pro Wireless has a twin battery system, allowing gamers to charge one while playing video games on the other. Furthermore, the Quantum 2.0 Wireless function allows users to use two audio connections at the same time, allowing them to listen to music while chatting with friends.

The headphones also feature Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) technology, which isolates gamers from background noise. If they still want to hear what their family is saying from the side, they can use the Transparency option, which briefly disables the sound insulation.

Finally, users can alter EQ, volume, ChatMix, and other settings all in one location using the Wireless Base Station system, which also has an OLED screen that displays battery power usage and other information.

The Arctis Nova Pro is also available in a wired version, which includes SteelSeries' GameDAC Gen2 system, which produces 78 percent clearer sound and eliminates practically all traces of noise and distortion.

SteelSeries claims that the Arctis Nova Pro headphones increase audio resolution to 96 KHz / 24-Bit and that the GameDAC Gen2 technology allows users to change the EQ, volume, ChatMix, and much more.