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SteelSeries Also Introduces The 7H Headset

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Kicking off CeBIT 2010 in Hanover Germany, SteelSeries, the leading manufacturer of gaming peripherals and accessories, introduced the new high-end SteelSeries 7H headset. Designed and built for competitive gamers, the SteelSeries 7H presents a superior soundscape in an exclusive design that travels well and offers two ear-cup choices, hear-through cloth and noise dampening leather.

The SteelSeries 7H headset features 50mm drivers in the ear-cups which fully cover the ear and delivers a clean soundscape of high, low and mid tones from background, mood setting sounds in MMO games to 3D positional alerts in FPS games. The closed-type headset features superior passive noise reduction, specifically developed in cooperation with competitive gamers for use at loud tournaments and LAN-events. The SteelSeries 7H additionally comes with two interchangeable ear-cushions that offer the option of leather cushions with noise dampening foam or hear-through cloth covered foam.

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I would love Fred to do a review on these. They look comfy, I wonder how they sound?
 

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I had the 4H series and really liked them..
 
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I would love Fred to do a review on these. They look comfy, I wonder how they sound?
Probably like almost (imo every, but arguably there's some fairly decent 'gayming' cans) every other gayming can - shit!
But I'm not gonna deny that they look tasty.
 
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I want!!!!!:pimp:
 
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I like Logitech keyboards, Razer mice, and SteelSeries headsets... now if they could all be bought up by Bill Gates...
 

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I used the 5Hv2s up till recently (moved on to in ear as around ear started to get uncomfortable with glasses). I also have a pair of 4Hs. Can't wait to get my hands on these. =)
 
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I've gotten some bad reports on the durability of Steelseries headsets but haven't tried them myself. Would like to listen to a pair of these.
 

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I've gotten some bad reports on the durability of Steelseries headsets but haven't tried them myself. Would like to listen to a pair of these.
In my experience with the 5Hv2, as long as you look after them, they last (2 years now). The 4Hs are a rugged pair and take international travel well. I do agree that if you take them apart, they are never the same again :(
 
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4H broke on me after less than a year and they never left my house.
5Hv2 lasted for good while (around a year with no problems) but then I discovered Sennheiser and the difference was worth it (sound-wise and the build quality was similar).
 

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I had the 4H set (got them on Woot for $20) and they were very good, but not the sturdiest set. (probably has more to do with cost)
I bet the 7H is quite a bit better