Sanctuary calls. Hear how amazing it sounds.
Featuring 50mm driver units that reproduce crystal clear sounds in high, low, and mid-range tones is at the core of what is creating an incredible Diablo® III audio experience. Whether it’s the ominously toned soundtrack, the approaching hiss of a Witch Doctor’s firebomb or the bloody rage of a Barbarian whirlwind, users will clearly hear the gut wrenching hurls and exploding innards of your enemies.
Equalize it all
Let’s face it, the way you hear the game is unique to the tones your hearing can pick up, and probably completely different than the next gamer, which is why SteelSeries provides Diablo® III Headset users the ability to adjust, personalize and save all of their audio and equalizer settings. Save up to 8 settings for specific character profiles.
Keep out the noise
The earcups feature a leather covered noise reducing foam, which helps you to focus on the important audio or voice communication, and not being disturbed or interrupted by outside noise.
SteelSeries over-the-head suspension design keeps the Diablo® III Headset cans lightweight and adjustable for just about every head size. We believe in keeping the gameplay heavy, not the gear your’re wearing to play it.
The Diablo® III Headset features a retractable microphone system. Pull it out when you need it. Hide it in the left earcup when you don’t.
Glow baby glow
It’s not the Burning Hells that power this bad boy, but a total of 18 LED lights to power the red illumination and 4 pulsation options.
Demon red illumination
Alert the world around you that you’re in the game. - The matte black headset features “demon” red, LED illumination on the right and left side Diablo® III logo slashes and around each earcup. Choose your pulsating glow or if lights don’t interest you, easily turn it OFF via the SteelSeries Diablo® III Headset software.
The integrated volume controller on the cord offers also offers a mute button, all for instant control without having to navigate through software settings.
- April 28, 2014
- Mac OS X
- 40.8 MB
- July 17, 2013
- Mac OS X
- 120.1 MB
- April 17, 2014
- Windows Vista / 7 / 8
- 30.4 MB