The headset looks and feels as premium as a gaming headset can get without going into extreme audiophile territory like the Audeze LCD-GX. The earcups are smooth and well-built in matte black plastic, with circular gunmetal-colored metal earcups on the back. The earcups are connected by a metal headband of the same color, with plastic and rubber running along the underside for added support, and an adjustable ski goggle-style suspension strap to keep the band lifted above the scalp. The earcups can also extend and retract, which is a feature that most ski-goggle headsets lack. Though not removable, the faux leather-covered earcups are generously padded with memory foam. The metal panels and suspension strap can be replaced with colored kits, but the faux leather earpads cannot be replaced with fabric pads. Nonetheless, this is a comfortable headset that feels as good as similarly priced headphones and should be comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. The majority of controls and connections are located on the left earcup, including a power button, mic mute button, volume wheel, 3.5mm port for wired listening, and the pleasantly stealthy boom microphone. When not in use, it’s a plastic capsule that sits on the end of a black, flexible arm and rests flush inside a cut-out on the earcup. Only a Bluetooth pairing button and Bluetooth/power indicator LEDs are found on the right earcup. The earcups have magnetic back panels that are easily removed. The right panel conceals the removable battery slot, which is very useful because the Nova Pro Wireless, like its predecessor, includes two batteries to eliminate downtime while charging. When you can’t access the transmitter’s battery slot, the left panel conceals a USB-C port for charging the headset on the go.

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