SteelSound 4H headset reviewBesides mousepads SteelSeries also has lots of other products for gamers. In this review, I'm taking a look at the SteelSound 4H headset which has been optimized for gamers. SteelSeries claims the 4H is ideal for FPS and RTS gamers because of optimizations for specific sounds found in gaming like gunfire, weapon reloads, footsteps, and other crucial in-game sounds.
The SteelSeries 4H headset is a cheaper version of the SteelSound 5H v2. The 4H has many of the same features but has a slightly less advanced design and can't be dismantled into three separate pieces.
Here's a look at the features:
And here's a look at the specifications of the headphone and micro:
Lightweight gaming headset with XL-sized earcushions Developed in cooperation with professional gamers Retractable uni-directional microphone system Volume control, featuring 3 microphone settings Full-size earcups for maximum individual comfort Strong and deep resonating in-game sound projection 40mm SteelSound SunDancer(Sd) Units
Frequency response: 16 - 28.000 Hz Impedance: 40 Ohm SPL@ 1kHz, 1 Vrms: 110 dB Cable length: 1.8 meters (6 feet)
The product ships in the following plastic package:
Frequency response: 75 - 16.000 Hz Pick up pattern: Uni-directional Sensitivity: -38dB Impedance: 2k Ohm
Here's a first look at the 4H headset.
The headset is made out of black plastic and has cushioned ear cups and a cushioned headband. As you can see in the photos the earcups can be swiveled left/right and up/down.
Added: November 3rd 2007
Product reviewed: SteelSound 4H headset
Reviewer: Thomas De Maesschalck
Comment #1 posted by Anonymous on 2009-01-11 23:15:57
you are the only reviewer that finds these unconfortable. Im getting them exactly for beeing just that. That and having a 16 to 28000 sound range on my budget