SteelSeries Gaming Bundle
SteelSeries Gaming Bundle
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Product Description
The 9H headset from SteelSeries is designed to enhance the competitive gaming experience with pro-level audio, extreme passive noise blocking, and a comfortable fit. Built with Dolby technology and an advanced USB soundcard, the 9H offers a custom-engineered soundscape with a wide dynamic range Read More

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SeeringPhil
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Jun 10, 2017
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I've had this pair of headset for two years now and they're really good. Haven't had any problem at all. It's not a blue yeti or mod mic obviously but for skype/any voip or casual recording, the microphone gets the job done. The cables are long and nice, comes with adapter for combined jacks (phones + laptops) and, upon the rare occasions I used it, the usb sound card was good enough. For me it's more of a gimmick, but if you're having problems with windows sound cards or whatever, this just gives you another option. I don't know if @Cholo had two bad pairs but mine was and is very good. (I'm no audiophile too, so we might not have the same expectations out of our headphones so keep that in mind) I never tried the mouse nor the mousepad but I paid 120 $ for the headphones two years ago and I'd say that was worth it. I would probably consider something more recent if I was on the market for GHeadphones today but considering this comes with mouse and m.pad, good value.
Jun 10, 2017
Ishboo
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Jun 10, 2017
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Buyer Beware. DPI is what every other manufacture uses. CPI is what Steelseries uses for marketing purposes. Steelseries has gone nowhere but downhill in quality control. I'm never spending another dollar with this company. The screwed me on a 200$ headset. Everyone I know that has bought a mouse with them, has had nothing but problems. I admit the super old Siberias were good and sturdy, but their new stuff is Chinese junk.
Jun 10, 2017
Whaliin
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Jun 12, 2017
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From personal experience their Siberia ?3 broke after 2 months of completely normal and even careful use. I haven't had any problems with the rival 300 mouse though. Honestly the best mouse I've ever had and can take a few rage punches.
Jun 12, 2017
Crackss
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Jun 13, 2017
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I 100000% agree with you. If you happen to have any issues with your SteelSeries product good luck getting any sort of timely help from them. Most often its just a run around until youre tired to deal with them anymore.
Jun 13, 2017
erickong
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Tech Moderator
Jun 9, 2017
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DPI not CPI
Jun 9, 2017
ProNos
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Jun 9, 2017
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Different depending on company I think, Steelseries has always used CPI and companies like Razer use DPI
Jun 9, 2017
ChaosSorcerer
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Jun 9, 2017
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CPI is actually the correct term...DPI is the wrong term...
Jun 9, 2017
Cholo
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Jun 9, 2017
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Those headphones are reeeeally bad: The non standard wire connectors gonna slank in a few days. The usb sound card it's just useless. The sound quality it's bad and the virtual sorround gonna make the volume too low to be usable. I changed two of them with amazon and the (terrible) Steelseeries customer services with no luck. The mic it's very short also. I need to talk really loud to be heard. I won't even talk about the software.
Take a minimic with a 30 bucks Superlux, Enjoy a better 50$ game headset.
Jun 9, 2017
Rileyb
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Jun 13, 2017
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I never noticed how short the mic was until after getting a hyper x cloud ii but now that I use this sometimes with my laptop the difference can't be missed. I don't think it has that big of an impact on the recording quality but mine also had bigger problems like the right ear being quieter than the left sometimes just randomly. Also they can get uncomfortable for me after a couple hours.
But I have never had a problem with a mouse or mousepad from steelseries
Jun 13, 2017