The SteelSeries Arctis Pro headset is a must-have for competitive gamers

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The Arctis Pro High Fidelity from SteelSeries is one of the sleekest gaming headsets on the market. It's durable and super snug — but not too snug that your ears will hurt after wearing it all day. 

The headset normally costs $179.99, but on Amazon, you can save 5 percent and buy it for $170.90 with free shipping.

Shop: SteelSeries Arctis Pro High Fidelity, $170.90

SteelSeries Arctis Pro High Fidelity Gaming Headset // Amazon

The headset features a retractable microphone and is noise-canceling. The premium speakers have hi-res audio up to 40,000 HZ, which is nearly double most headset capabilities. That's twice what the human ear can hear. So, for games like Call of Duty where it's pivotal to hear other people sneaking up on you to survive, these headphones can pick up anything. 

For online gaming where you have to toggle back and forth between listening to the game and the people you're playing with, the headset has an alt-tabbing feature that lets you adjust the levels of audio for both the game and other players. 

The Arctis Pro headset is a customizable experience with high-quality sound and features that make gaming even more fun. It's the perfect gift for your gamer friend who's been wearing the same headphones for years or a tech treat for yourself.

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