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SteelSeries introduces new line of headsets, say hello to H-Series

SteelSeries introduces new H-series line of gaming headsets

| Audio, Sound & Speakers News | Posted: Jun 6, 2013 9:02 pm

Ahead of this year's E3, SteelSeries has introduced a new line of headsets. The new H-series has several different models, ranging from the basic 3Hv2, which costs $39.99, to the advanced 9H, which costs $159.99. Whatever your needs may be, SteelSeries' new H-series of headsets should feature a headset for you.

 

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The 9H features Dolby Technology and comes with an MSRP of $159.99. According to the company's press release, the headset features up to 7.1 channels of "realistic multi-channel surround sound." The 9H also features SteelSeries' in-line audio controls, with swappable cables for PC, Mac, tablets, and phones.

 

The 5Hv3 comes with an MSRP of $79.99 and is a step down from the 9H. It features a retractable microphone, which retracts into the headset when not in use. It also features SteelSeries' in-line and swappable audio controls, making the headset compatible with PC, Mac, tablets, and phones.

 

Finally, the 3Hv2 has an MSRP of just $39.99. It's more an introductory or casual gamer headset. It features a foldable design that makes it easy to stow away for travel. An included adapter allows the headset to work with a variety of devices. Even though the price has been reduced, it still features in-line audio controls, a retractable microphone, and extra-padded leather cushions.

NEWS SOURCES:Techpowerup.com

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