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Save $100 on this SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC on Cyber Monday

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If you're looking to upgrade your gaming headset set-up, then have we got an astounding Cyber Monday deal on the SteelSeries Arctics Pro for you. You can save 40% on the headset, and also get a GameDAC with it as well, for only $149.99, which works out at a $100 saving. Not bad for one of the most impressive gaming headset options to get a deal so far.

If you're wondering what the GameDAC is, it's a device that bypass the DAC usually found in PC and consoles, allowing you to hear Hi res audio. Whether it's appreciating the soundtrack of Cyberpunk 2077 or being able to make out where footsteps are coming from in Call of Duty: Warzone, this headset is an ideal addition to any gaming set-up. 

On top of that, the SteelSeries Arctis Pro offers a ClearCast mic, for communicating with your squad, and the usual impressive build you'd expect from a SteelSeries product. 

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SteelSeries Arctis Pro GameDAC Wired Headset (PS4 and PC) | $250

SteelSeries Arctis Pro GameDAC Wired Headset (PS4 and PC) | $250 $199.99 at Amazon US
This high end headset use an inline Digital to Analogue Converter or DAC amp to bypass low fidelity DACs in consoles, USB headsets, and PC soundcards. It produces higher fidelity 96 kHz / 24 bit audio and is currently $50 off. 

This is up there with some of the best Cyber Monday deals we've seen so far, and with the deals day officially underway, there's plenty more offers to be had. 

If you're after an upgrade, check out our Cyber Monday gaming headset deals page, and make sure to keep checking back here on GamesRadar as more offers come in throughout the day.


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