The SteelSeries Arctis 7P+ Wireless headset is designed for powerful next-gen 3D Audio on PlayStation 5, with PlayStation 4 backwards compatibility, and support for PC, Mac, Android, and Switch. It has a 30-hour battery life, easy on-ear headset controls, a durable lightweight steel frame, and lossless ultra-low latency 2.4GHz wireless.
Signature Arctis Sound
With the same high-quality audio as the award-winning and best-selling Arctis 7 family, the Arctis 7P+ features the signature Arctis soundscape, emphasizing subtle yet critical details to give you an audio advantage in your favorite next-gen games.
30 Hour Battery Life
Arctis 7P+ Wireless features an enhanced 30 hours of nonstop wireless usage, more than 2x other wireless PlayStation headsets, so you can game all day and night on a single charge plus 15 min quick charge for 3 hours usage.
Designed for PS5/PS4 and compatible with other platforms including Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and Switch the 2.4 GHz Dongle USB-C wireless connection
ClearCast Noise-Cancelling Microphone
The retractable Discord Certified ClearCast microphone uses a bidirectional design, the same used by aircraft carrier deck crews. It provides superior noise cancellation so your voice sounds clear and natural.
2.4GHz wireless connection
Designed with ultra-low latency 2.4GHz lossless wireless for high fidelity audio, so you can enjoy a lag-free gaming experience on PlayStation 5 using the USB-C Dongle.
Want your friend to listen while you play or watch? Simply connect another set of headphones using the 3.5mm port on your Arctis 7P+ and let them hear all the action!
USB-C Power & Connectivity
Featuring the latest USB-C port onboard with play-and-charge functionality and a 2.4Ghz wireless dongle with USB-C (USB-A adapter is included for maximum compatibility).
Designed for PlayStation 5
Made specifically for next-gen 3D Audio on PlayStation 5 with backwards compatibility on PlayStation 4.
A:AnswerIf you tap the PS button & go to the speaker icon you can select a different audio output device without unplugging the dongle. I do it all the time when i switch from my AV receiver to my headset.