The new SteelSeries Arctis 7+ Wireless looks very similar to the old SteelSeries Arctis 7, which makes sense considering the entire Arctis lineup hasn’t really changed its look. However, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Many of the headset’s key physical features relate directly to how comfortable the headset is to wear. Just like the Arctis 9 Wireless, the Arctis Pro, and many others, the SteelSeries Arctis 7+ Wireless features a suspension frame with a ski goggle-style elastic strap – it has a Velcro closure that is easy to adjust and really comfortable. The headphones feature the same Airweave fabric ear cushions as almost all previous Arctis headsets, and they’re still soft, breathable, and very flexible. The headset has a number of standard controls on the ear. The volume control and microphone mute button are on the back of the left headset, alongside a USB-C charging port, 3.5mm jack, and proprietary plug connector. On the right headphone, you’ll find a slider for controlling the game and chat mix, as well as the power button.SteelSeries GG is the new one stop shop for your SteelSeries software needs. Where SteelSeries Engine used to be a standalone service, it’s now a part of GG and continues to work as simply as ever – there are options for headphone EQ, power saving features, microphone volume and more, all on a single page. However, with the release of SteelSeries Arctis 7+ Wireless, SteelSeries decided to release a replacement for Engine called Sonar. The SteelSeries Arctis 7+ Wireless is great for gaming. It’s very comfortable, which means longer gaming sessions are easily manageable. The headset’s impressive battery life means you can play quite a few games before needing to charge it.The headset handles the audio requirements of a game like Valorant on PC very well, and the spatial sound of SteelSeries Sonar makes things like footsteps easier to locate. The Valorant EQ profile available in Sonar is also very helpful, as it pretty much removes all bass from the headset’s audio output, making different sounds easier to hear in certain situations. The SteelSeries Arctis 7+ Wireless has the same connectivity options as the older Arctis 7, with one very significant difference. While both headsets primarily use a 2.4 GHz wireless USB dongle to connect to your device of choice, the Arctis 7+ Wireless uses a USB-C connection like the Arctis 7P and Arctis 1 Wireless do.

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