Audio/Peripherals Headsets Reviews

Steelseries Arctis Prime Review – Simple headset without frills

Disclaimer: The following article is machine translated from the original German, and has not been edited or checked for errors. Thank you for understanding!


A while ago I already had a mouse from the new “Prime” series from Steelseries in review, which was purely designed for function and good performance. This headset takes you in a very similar direction. The following article will tell you whether this concept will be successful on the market:

Packaging and scope of delivery

As usual with this manufacturer, an orange-grey cardboard box is used, which provides comprehensive information about the contents and functions. In addition to large product images on the front and back, the specifications on the page are of course not to be missed.

Inside, the headset itself is protected by a plastic shell.

Hidden underneath are the sparse but perfectly adequate accessories in the form of an AUX Y cable, mini pop shield for the microphone and the proprietary connection cable.

The microphone is integrated into the ear cup and is not detachable, but can be pulled out or stowed away again if necessary. Both included cables are rubberized and not braided with fabric, as you know it from some other headsets.

Specifications

Below is the overview of the technical details, all further information can then be found as always on the product page of the manufacturer.

Tip: Steelseries often offers products at a lower price than third-party shops.

SteelSeries Arctis Prime (61487)

Cyberport.deSofort verfügbar, Lieferzeit max. 1-3 Werktage86,90 €*Stand: 20.01.22 09:21
Coolblue1-2 Werktage (Vor 17:00 bestellt)89,99 €*Stand: 20.01.22 09:22
notebooksbilliger.deOnlineshop: lagerndFiliale München, Filiale Düsseldorf, Filiale Hamburg, Filiale Stuttgart, Filiale Dortmund, Filiale Berlin: nicht lagerndStand: 20.01.22 09:2689,99 €*Stand: 20.01.22 09:21
*Alle Preise inkl. gesetzl. MwSt zzgl. Versandkosten und ggf. Nachnahmegebühren, wenn nicht anders beschriebenmit freundlicher Unterstützung von www.geizhals.de

 

 

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RedF

Urgestein

1,907 Kommentare 770 Likes

Der proprietäre anschluss wäre für mit der absolute nicht kaufen grund.
Schnell ist ein kabel gebrochen und man bekommt keinen oder nur teuren ersatz.

Antwort 1 Like

Tim Kutzner

Moderator

294 Kommentare 164 Likes

Finde ich auch ein wenig komisch, dass man sich dafür entschieden hat.
Mir fällt kein wirklich sinnvoller Grund ein

Antwort Gefällt mir

Danke für die Spende



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Tim Kutzner

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