Steelseries Steelsound 4H Gaming Headset



I thought it would be best to take a more detailed look at the microphone on the 4H headset, as since it is aimed at gamers this is a key factor. As mentioned previously the microphone is built into the left ear cup and retracts to the side of your cheek. It seems to be built to a high quality, but lets see how it sounds.

After testing the microphone online in both Teamspeak2 and Vent, the response was good from my teammate. He could certainly understand me well enough even with a high compression codec.

To give you an idea of how well the microphone performs, I have recorded this sound bite in Audacity.

MP3 File

WAV File

As you can tell, the quality really is quite impressive and is up there with more expensive headsets. Another thing you will notice is that there is almost no difference between the high and low settings that I could detect. Whether others can notice, I'm not sure but either setting sounds great to me anyway.
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21-02-2007, 05:48:34

Review by Dav0s himself.

Dave took a look at the 4H Headset to see if it was worth £30 of your money

What did he think?

Read on...Quote

21-02-2007, 07:40:54

good work dave, very thorough review Quote

21-02-2007, 07:43:56

Very nice review!Quote

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