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SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC Headset (White) EXPIRED

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Adorama has SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC Headset (White) for $139.99. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • Arctis Pro Headset with ClearCast Microphone (White)
  • GameDAC
  • Main Headset Cable
  • USB Audio Cable
  • Toslink Optical Cable
  • 4-Pole 3.5mm Adapter
  • Microphone Windscreen
  • User Manual
Product Features:
  • GameDAC - dedicated DAC and headphone amp for gaming
  • Gaming's first certified Hi-Res Audio system with 96 kHz/24 bit support
  • Audiophile-grade ESS Sabre DAC and amp
  • Industry-leading 40,000 Hz capable Hi-Res speaker drivers
  • Lightweight aluminum alloy and steel construction
  • ClearCast, the best mic in gaming
  • Exclusive ski goggle headband
  • AirWeave performance-fabric ear cushions

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Bought the Arctis Wireless Pro (black) 2 years ago for $210, with the two swappable batteries. Have used it regularly all this time, absolutely no complaints. It makes playing competitive PVP games so much more intense; I can actually hear the sacks of my enemies as they relentlessly teabag me after 360 no-scoping me at point-blank range.

5/5 stars.
As an owner of a 3D printer, I do support creating your own parts and this approach if you already own one, but that is a wild proposal lol.
just so happened to be shopping for this or the wireless version right this minute. I'll take that as a "meant to be" sign lol good find!

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just so happened to be shopping for this or the wireless version right this minute. I'll take that as a "meant to be" sign lol good find!
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just so happened to be shopping for this or the wireless version right this minute. I'll take that as a "meant to be" sign lol good find!
The Arctis Pro Wireless version served me well for 5 years and the hinge just got broken. Not sure how to fix but still looking for another deal on wireless version.

This supposed to sound slightly better than wireless because it is wired so there's no transmitting codec involved.
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The Arctis Pro Wireless version served me well for 5 years and the hinge just got broken. Not sure how to fix but still looking for another deal on wireless version.

This supposed to sound slightly better than wireless because it is wired so there's no transmitting codec involved.
I'm Assuming ur audio still works fine, and just the plastic hinge broke. I've seen people drill 2 holes and insert 2 zip ties to re-attach them. One of my hinges is loose so I was worried and looked up a solution. I found that, but I haven't tried it yet.
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I'm Assuming ur audio still works fine, and just the plastic hinge broke. I've seen people drill 2 holes and insert 2 zip ties.
Yes that is exactly the case. I've seen a video guide for that zip ties on youtube but I haven't got the time to try it yet.
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Yes that is exactly the case. I've seen a video guide for that zip ties on youtube but I haven't got the time to try it yet.
Buying a 3d printer and making the parts to fix this might actually be cheaper than buying a new set...and then you walk away with the ability to make/fix LOTS of stuff. Just saying!
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Buying a 3d printer and making the parts to fix this might actually be cheaper than buying a new set...and then you walk away with the ability to make/fix LOTS of stuff. Just saying!
As an owner of a 3D printer, I do support creating your own parts and this approach if you already own one, but that is a wild proposal lol.
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As an owner of a 3D printer, I do support creating your own parts and this approach if you already own one, but that is a wild proposal lol.
I agree printing is one thing but designing parts is a completely different beast in itself. On the flip side if u have the dimensions of what you need u can usually find someone to draft up a design for a few bucks online if ur motivated enough.
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As an owner of a 3D printer, I do support creating your own parts and this approach if you already own one, but that is a wild proposal lol.
Oh you're definitely right, lol. It is for sure a wild proposal. That being said, I've found some headphone repair parts that others have made and printed those pretty easily!
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Bought the Arctis Wireless Pro (black) 2 years ago for $210, with the two swappable batteries. Have used it regularly all this time, absolutely no complaints. It makes playing competitive PVP games so much more intense; I can actually hear the sacks of my enemies as they relentlessly teabag me after 360 no-scoping me at point-blank range.

5/5 stars.
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Bought the Arctis Wireless Pro (black) 2 years ago for $210, with the two swappable batteries. Have used it regularly all this time, absolutely no complaints. It makes playing competitive PVP games so much more intense; I can actually hear the sacks of my enemies as they relentlessly teabag me after 360 no-scoping me at point-blank range.

5/5 stars.
Wild, now it's $350 and out of stock everywhere
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I have the arcis 7 still..running great...sweet deal here
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Wow what a deal. I have this and paid more for it on Amazon warehouse like new.
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Wild, now it's $350 and out of stock everywhere
IMO that makes this deal all that much better. I didn't realize the wireless was so expensive/OOS now, but I commented just so folks knew at least that flavor of the headset was great. I imagine the wired version is just as good, but I can't say for sure.
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