SteelSeries Releases New Arctis Nova Pro Gaming Headset Collection – Wireless Model Supports Noise Canceling

Arctis Nova Prot rejects the long-used design of SteelSeries’ older Arctis models.

SteelSeries has introduced the new Arctis Nova Pro gaming headset lineup, which consists of wired versions for the Playstation and Xbox separately, as well as a wireless model that is also available in a Playstation and Xbox version. Both versions are promised to be compatible with your PC. The Arctis Nova Pro headphones are at the top of the manufacturer’s gaming headset range.

In terms of design, the Arctis Nova Pro collection brings with it a new style designed by Danish designer Jakob Watgner in collaboration with SteelSeries. In addition to the visual changes, the fully automatically adjustable fabric collar of the older Arcitisis has been moved to a head support fabric collar along with the adjustable top collar length, and the fabric ear cup pads have been replaced with faux leather.

In terms of software, Arctis Nova Pro series rely on SteelSeries’ new Sonar software built into GG, which we’ve been discussing before in beta With a YouTube video.

Understandably, the new wired models, which come with a separate USB-connected sound card from previous SteelSeries Arctis Pro wired headphones, are understandably cheaper than the new ones. The second-generation GameDAC sound card is promised to offer even better sound reproduction, in addition to which a second USB-C connection has been added so that the dock can be held on both the computer and the console at the same time.

As a new feature, SteelSeries advertises a headset microphone that supports artificial intelligence-based background noise reduction, which removes keyboard sounds from the background of speech.

Wireless models, on the other hand, still offer a receiver that can be connected to a computer and removable batteries that can be recharged inside that receiver. As a new feature, the headset itself has enough charge to allow the battery to be replaced on the fly without the headphones turning off in between. Like the wired model, the receiver of the Arctis Nova Proide wireless has been upgraded to the second generation and a second USB-C connection has been added so that the headphones can be connected to two different devices at the same time.

In addition to their own wireless connection, Arctis Nova Pro Wireless also supports Bluetooth. The Arctis Nova Pro’s wireless microphone is also promised to offer an artificial intelligence-assisted anti-noise feature, but in addition to the headphones themselves, there is an active anti-noise feature that eliminates ambient sounds from gaming sounds.

Sales of the SteelSeries Arctis Nova Proide have begun immediately. The recommended price for Arctis Nova Pro wired is 279.99 euros and for wireless 379.99 euros.

Source: Press release, Arctis

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