SteelSeries 7H USB Headset Review

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SteelSeries 7H USB Headset Review

SteelSeries 7H USB Headset – Introduction


Click Here to view our SteelSeries 7H for iPod, iPhone and iPad Review – June 2011

Over the last few months here at Hardware Heaven we have been lucky enough to use and review some of the best headphones available for gamers. Particular highlights have been the PC 360 G4ME from Sennheiser which offered great gaming quality with a fantastic music experience and the Psyko 5.1 from Psyko Audio Labs which focused purely on 5.1 gaming.

Those two products entered the market with the intention of outperforming existing models such as the SteelSeries 5H V2 which is incredibly popular with gamers.

SteelSeries are not a company who stand still though 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 couldnt wait for our chance to properly use the product. That day is now here and on our test bench is the SteelSeries 7H headset and virtual 7.1 USB soundcard.

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