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SteelSeries 7H USB Price in Hong Kong

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SteelSeries 7H USB Specs

SteelSeries 7H USB Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
Model7H USB
DateMar 2010
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired
3.5 mm connector
Cable length3 m
Headphones
Headphone frequency18 - 28000 Hz
Impedance32 Ω
Acoustic systemSemi-open
Headphone sensitivity112 dB
Design
Headset typeBinaural
Colour of productBlack
CertificationFCC, CE, RoHS, WEEE

SteelSeries 7H USB Expert Reviews

wccftech.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-03
Great craftsmanship, Good quality material, Very Comfortable fit, Interchangeable ear-cushions, Retractable microphone, Breaks into parts good thing when you are traveling,Volume could be louder, Bass could be deeper
SteelSeries is a well-known brand when it comes to professional gaming. Their lineup of high-end gaming peripherals constitute of Keyboards, Mice, Mouse Pads, Headphones, and even glasses. Today we're looking at a gaming headset that is unfortunately the...
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criticalhit.net
Reviewed on 2012-11-20
When I first heard about the Steelseries range I thought it was the next level of pirating. All of you dodgy pirates forming a group to download as much TV series as possible, disturbing stuff. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that it had nothing to...
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uk.hardware.info
Reviewed on 2012-03-21
Headsets allow you to enjoy different types of media without forcing those around you to listen along, and make it easy to communicatie with your teammates while playing a computer game. Headsets can be pretty pricey, but you don't necessarily have to s...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-07-19
Superior Gaming Performance; Very Good for Movies & Music Too; Keeps Out Noise Well; Good Build QualityVery Expensive; Ultra-long Cable Can Be Unweildy
SteelSeries has always been known for their impressive gear aimed at gamers. The SteelSeries 7H headphones is aimed at Pro Gamers (or at least gamers who take their gaming very seriously). The headphones come at a definite premium but are they really w...
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techadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-07-18
SteelSeries has always been known for their impressive gear aimed at gamers. The SteelSeries 7H headphones is aimed at Pro Gamers (or at least gamers who take their gaming very seriously). The headphones come at a definite premium but are they really w...
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tech-reviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-05-20
Superior Build Quality / Sound Quality, Flexible / Durable, Comfortable, Can be split into 4 sections to allow for travellingPrice could be seen as being slightly too expensive
Today, we have the SteelSeries 7H Headset to review. It boasts a pull out microphone, is travel friendly (by being able to dismantle into 4 pieces), features rich clean sound and has interchangeable ear cushions. Let’s take a closer look at the 7H.Su...
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cravingtech.com
Reviewed on 2011-02-03
All around headset: playing games, listening to music, watching movies, VOIP calls, etc, Sleek looking in black, match perfectly with SteelSeries keyboards or mouse, Comfortable, Compact to store, Loud deep bass, Choice between using its USB onboard audio or your own, Choice of 2 different ear pads, Detachable headsets, Detachable extension cords, Microphone can be hidden if not used...No carrying case included, Not wireless but you don’t have to worry about replacing batteries or recharging it
SteelSeries has been in gaming industry for years and Craving Tech has been reviewing their gaming mouse and keyboards for a while now (Ikari Laser, Xai, 6Gv2, and Shift). Their Siberia V2 headset is so popular that I’ve heard about it almost everywhe...
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yetanotherreviewsite.co.uk
Reviewed on 2010-10-20
Great looking, great sounding. Good all round value.Connection between he lead and the headset is worryingly weak.
Here I am again, in the very happy position of a man reviewing a Steelseries headset. This time the 7H. Building on the very well received 5H, this headset answers the question I asked myself once (I did, honest). What would happen if you crossed the...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2010-09-21
Excellent isolation. Can pull it apart for travelling. Detachable headphone cable. Long cable that's also detachable via 3.5mm cables. Hidden micPricey. Drums are a bit over-driven in music due to gaming enhancements
The 7H sits at the top of SteelSeries' headphone pile, and it's not hard to see why. Exquisitely built with leather head rest and closed ear cups, the isolation is also highly impressive, giving even noise-cancelling headphones a run for their money. ...
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kitguru.net
Reviewed on 2010-08-31
Over the past few months KitGuru has looked at a number of SteelSeries’ gaming products from the t to the more understated . We feel they are some of the best gaming peripherals on the market, combining top-notch quality with awesome performance, s...
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hardwareheaven.com
Reviewed on 2010-08-25
SteelSeries are not a company who stand still and even back in March when we attended CeBIT they were starting to show their next model to select members of the press. From our brief demo of the headset that day we were impressed and couldn't wait for ...
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techcrunch.com
Reviewed on 2010-08-25
Short version: SteelSeries makes great keyboards and mice, but headphones have always been a weakness of theirs. The 7H isn’t bad, really, but considering what’s out there for the same price or less, it’s a hard set to recommend.Features: 50mm drivers ...
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