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Experience high-quality audio with this Arctis Pro + GameDAC gaming headset system. An Arctis ClearCast microphone delivers background cancellation and voice clarity for use with multiplayer co-op games, while the ski goggle suspension headband allows for a comfortable fit. With premium Hi-Res speakers and a dedicated DAC and headphone amp, this Arctis Pro + GameDAC gaming headset system offers dynamic sound quality through your desktop or laptop.
The GameDAC dedicated DAC and headphone amp transforms any PS5, PS4, or PC into a high performance audio source by bypassing the low fidelity, poor quality DACs found in typical console controllers, USB headsets, and PC sound cards.
Made for all platforms, including PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Switch via the universal 3.5mm wired 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.
Arctis Pro + GameDAC is the first gaming headset system to include the legendary ESS Sabre DAC and amp for unsurpassed audio quality with 121 dB of dynamic range and -115 dB THD+N.
Gaming’s first certified Hi-Res Audio system ensures that you hear high-fidelity 96 kHz / 24 bit audio at its purest full resolution with no down-sampling.
Luxurious lightweight aluminum alloy and steel construction offers maximum durability and a consistent fit.
4-Pole 3.5mm adapter
Main headset cable
Product information guide
SteelSeries AArctis Pro + GameDAC Wired DTS Headphone:X v2.0 Surround Sound Gaming Headset for PS4 and PC
A:AnswerThe DAC capability gives you better audio, however, it is really only applicable for music at this time, not playing games (games don't support Hi-Res audio on the PC or PS4). There are a lot of other features that come with that little table-top controller, but you need to ask yourself if it is worth it to you (equalizer, etc.) - they are handy features right at your fingers and you don't have to ALT-TAB out of your current screen. If you are planning on using this for music also, the DAC is a nice feature and probably worth it, but your standard Artis will do just fine if you are only interested in playing games. I have the DAC version, but also picked it up on a Black Friday sale, so it was worth it. If you plan on using it for the PS4, you will find the cables are WAY too short for playing on your favorite sofa or couch. They really made the cables for a desktop application. If you want to dump all of these issues and not have to worry about cables, get the wireless version - if your budget supports it (very expensive!). If you are using this for the PS4, it's still a good headset, but you'll want to get longer cables (they are not proprietary for the PS4).
A:AnswerYeah I use it for my Ps4 and I think its great. It has options so you can hear your own voice and how loud to be able to hear it so you can adjust it. Best headphones I own to date. Hope that helps. You can check my stream if you like on youtube so you can hear what it sounds like. But everyones voice is different.
A:AnswerSony hasn’t come out with info on the PS5’s audio ports yet but even if it doesn’t have an optical port you can still connect the GameDAC to a TV that has optical. You can also use the gameDAC with a USB only connection to the console but you lose certain features like chat mix.