Steelseries Arctic 3 2019 Edition Wireless
The SteelSeries Arctis 3 Wireless [2019 Edition] is moral gaming headphones that are also Bluetooth-compatible, which resources you to stream music from your phone while using the headphones wired on your console. In addition, they have a great microphone that sounds clear and full-bodied, which is countless for online gaming.
This model is fairly similar to the extra Arctis headphones we’ve reviewed so far and is almost equal to the SteelSeries Arctis 5 2019 Edition in design. Unfortunately, they don’t isolate compared to ambient noise and sense a bit plasticky, but they’re versatile and compatible with almost every gaming platform. They also take a pretty impressive 42-hour battery life.
Steelseries Arctic 3 Gaming
The SteelSeries Arctis 3 are garbed for gaming. They have good sound excellence, and their microphone has outstanding recording quality, which is great for online gaming with groups or teammates. They’re also rather comfortable to wear during long gaming sessions, and you can even stream music from your phone via Bluetooth linking while gaming wired. But unfortunately, they aren’t compatible with the SteelSeries Engine for customization and control options.
Good audio reproduction.
Great microphone for online games.
Bluetooth-compatible gaming headset.
- Lacks customization options via software support.
- Bulky and plasticky build.
- Bass and treble delivery varies pointedly across users. Sensitive to glasses.
Style And Comfort Of Steelseries Arctic 3 2019 Edition Wireless
The SteelSeries Arctis 3 are pretty much equal to the SteelSeries Arctis 5 2019 Edition when it comes to style. They have a similar one-piece headband made from plastic that doesn’t look as well-built as higher-end Arctis headsets. This model still has the signature self-adjusting ski-band headband design from SteelSeries. On the other hand, they don’t have any RGB lighting. The headset is designed similarly to the rest of the Arctis lineup, with large cups and a simple design.
These headphones are as relaxed as the other Arctis headsets. The stuffing on the cups is soft and feels nice on the skin. However, the cups are extensive and deep, meaning most ears should fit inside them. The headband is an adjustable ski band like most SteelSeries headphones we’ve reviewed, and it issues the headset’s weight well.
Unfortunately, they can feel fitted to some, especially people with larger heads. Also, about may feel the headset’s frame inactive on the top of their head, as there is an edge to how much you can extend the ski band.
Controls of Steelseries
OS Compatibility: Not OS specific
Volume Control: Yes
Ease Of Use: Good
Call/Music Control: Yes
Microphone Control: Mute/Unmute
Channel Mixing: No
Noise Cancelling Control: No
Additional Controls: No
The control system of the SteelSeries Arctis 3 is complete and easy to use. You can use the control/pairing button to play/pause your music and take calls, whether you’re using them wired or wirelessly via Bluetooth. You can too double-tap it to skip tracks. Unfortunately, you can’t go backward. There’s also a volume wheel and a mic-mute button on the left cup. The buttons remain easy to differentiate and easy to use.
Arctic 3 Bluetooth is the faultless headset for everywhere you game. Connect to all your game systems counting Switch, PS4, Xbox, and PC via the 3.5mm cable while mixing in VoIP chat, phone calls, and music wirelessly over Bluetooth.
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