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Icemat SteelSound 3H headset Binaural Wired Black mobile headset

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A headset is just a combination of a headphone (with one or two ear plugs) and a microphone. Headsets with one ear plug are used mostly for calling hands-free, while the ones featuring a full headphone are better suited for communicating with your teammates in games.
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Long product name Icemat SteelSound 3H headset Binaural Wired Black mobile headset :
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Short summary description Icemat SteelSound 3H headset Binaural Wired Black mobile headset:
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Icemat SteelSound 3H headset, Binaural, Black, Wired, 78.7" (2 m), 10 - 27000 Hz, 102 dB
Long summary description Icemat SteelSound 3H headset Binaural Wired Black mobile headset :

Icemat SteelSound 3H headset. Headset type: Binaural, Color of product: Black. Connectivity technology: Wired. Cable length: 78.7" (2 m). Headphone frequency: 10 - 27000 Hz, Headphone sensitivity: 102 dB, Impedance: 50 Ω. Microphone frequency: 50 - 18000 Hz, Microphone sensitivity: -40 dB, Microphone input impedance: 2200 Ω

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Reviews
Updated:
2013-11-20
Testseek has collected 35 expert reviews for Icemat SteelSound 3H headset and the average expert rating is 80 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
80%
Source Review comments Score
hardwarebistro.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
SteelSeries is all about gaming. Our mission is to create performance enhancing gaming gear, created for and by leading professional gamers. We continuously strive to better ourselves, and work with leading professional gamers from 3 different contin...
Bottom line We have tested quite numbers of headsets and SteelSeries 3H is definitely worth for it with its reasonable price (39USD) and outstanding performance. Although SteelSeries 3H is an entry level of headset but with its unique foldable design, were reall...
100%
techpowerup.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
Today we will be taking a look at the recently launched and highly anticipated SteelSound 3H gaming headset, which should bring some quality audio to the low-/midrange headphone market. The headset can be folded together nicely to take up very little s...
Good Price, Design, Weight, Comfort...
Bad Gaming performance...
Bottom line The performance of this headset did really surprise me, I didnt expect such a relatively cheap headset to provide such excellent sound quality. One of the things that amazed me with this headset is just how small it is when you fold it, the ultra-tran...
90%
dragonsteelmods.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
If you into gaming and LANs then you know that headphones are pretty much an essential part of that whole scene. Or if youre like me and have a wife and kids, then well, a set of headphones is pretty much a requirement to do any sort of gaming late...
Good Lightweight, Foldable/collapsible, Long cord, Hidden microphone, Very comfortable to wear for long periods...
Bad Sound is sort of muffled, not crisp and clear, Not really for music...
Bottom line The SteelSeries Steelsound 3h Headphones are an excellent entry level gaming product for those looking for quality gaming sounds. They are portable and very well made, they should last through many a frag session. For gaming the Steelsound 3h headphon...
90%
planetx64.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
After wearing and listening to the SteelSound 3H for a few weeks I can easily recommend it to anyone looking for a great headset. It lacks some of the features and a little bit of the comfort that the 5Hv2 offers but at half the price it is very worth...
89%
futurelooks.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
Steelseries is a company that was built from the ground up to address the needs of the gamer. Based in Denmark, they design and manufacture a wide range of products from professional grade mouse pads to keyboards and a series of special edition Steelse...
Good Surprisingly Durable, High Quality and Heavy Duty Cord resists breaking and pinching, Folds up nice and small for ease of transport, Retractable microphone for those nongeeky moments, Great sound for games with excellent low end...
Bad Sound was somewhat muddy when listening to real music, Comfort is limited due to the minimally padded ear pads, No noise cancelling limits their performance in noisy environments...
Bottom line From what Ive experienced, the Steelseries Steelsound 3H Gaming Headset makes for a very durable headset that you can toss around without a care. You can run over the sturdy cord with your chair, or yank the robust connectors out of your PC by accide...
85%
thinkcomputers.org
Updated:
2013-11-20
Copenhagen, Denmark-based gaming gear company Soft Trading is a a relative newcomer to the gaming product market. You may have heard of Icemat or the SteelSeries, two of the companys brands. SteelSeries is most well known for its Steelpad, an aluminum...
Good Lightweight, Collapsible, Retractable microphone, Crystalclear sound, Sensitive microphone...
Bad Feels flimsy, No inline volume control, No inline microphone mute, Ear cups not really deep enough...
Bottom line I must say that I am very thoroughly impressed with the the Steelsound 3H headset. Its very clear and lightweight. I wore the set for almost 3 hours-my standard gaming session length-and my ears dont hurt at all. The microphone is small and out of t...
80%
modders-inc.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
SteelSeries is a leading manufacturer of gaming accessories, including headsets, keyboards, mouse pads and mouse accessories. Last month SteelSeries announced a couple of new additions to the SteelSound line of professional gaming headsets. The S...
Good Well designed, Solid construction, Excellent base, Evenly balanced mid and high end response, Reasonable price, Retractable Microphone, Collapsible for easy transport...
Bad Uncomfortable with extended use (over 1.5 hours), No volume control (preference), No mute/off options for microphone (preference), Support around wire was cracked where it goes into the ear piece.
Bottom line Keep in mind that these are inexpensive stereo headphones, they are not meant to be put up against a set of high end headphones that feature surround sound and cost more than double their price. They are collapsable and easily packed into a carryi...
80%
topreviewshop.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
With a plethora of headsets currently available on the market - from the $5 plastic generic brand headphones at Wal-Mart, to the $1,000 ultra high-end Grado GS1000 headphones (yes, they really do cost $1,000 USD) - there is no shortage of available hea...
80%
overclock3d.net
Updated:
2013-11-20
SteelSeries is a name well known in the gaming community, sponsoring some of the best teams in the world and supplying quality gaming products, from security software to keyboards. One of SteelSeries' largest lines is their range of gaming audio equip...
Bottom line To start off, I must admit I did not hold a great deal of hope for the 3H headset. I am glad to say, however, that after using it for a few days, I have grown very fond of them indeed. The two main reasons for this are firstly my love of bass, and seco...
80%
aphnetworks.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
SteelSeries has been making gaming peripherals and accessories for quite a while. Whether its iconic gaming products such as headsets to mousepads, or other miscellaneous odd products, theyve got it. While the companys SteelSound 5H V2 is still our...
79%
dreamwarecomputers.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
Today we're looking at the second of the two new SteelSound headsets from SteelSeries. This one being the 3H, the headset with the lowest price in the series. Cheap doesn't always mean a mediocre performing product though! I've always been imp...
Good Retractable mic, Folds up very small, Thick and durable wire, Great sound for the money, Great bass response...
Bad Plug colours aren't standard green and pink, Ear cushions are uncomfortable, Mic arm was flimsy...
Bottom line For being priced as it is, the SteelSound 3H offers a solid competition in the world of budget minded headsets. It's sound quality was very good and a full bass range didn't leave things sounding hollow like some headsets in the similar price rang...
75%
extensivemods.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
Headsets are becoming increasingly popular in today’s world, from gamers to hardcore music listeners. They come in many styles from the small in ear earbud style to the full size over the ear style and some even with included microphones. Today we r...
Good Lightweight, Exceptional sound quality, Budget price, Foldable, Long cable, Retractable mic...
Bad No volume or mic control, Uncomfortable for long period of use, Flimsy look and feel...
Bottom line The SteelSeries SteelSound 3H headset is a budget range headset with a price of $50 from SteelSeries directly. The construction and materials makes the headset lightweight and flimsy feeling which is expected in a budget headset but the sound quality...
70%
Bcchardware.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
SteelSeries is well known for their line of SteelPad mousepads but are also making a name for themselves in computer headsets. They have several headsets available, and today we are starting with their entry-level 3H headset. Although I say this hea...
Good Lightweight folding design, Retractable mic, Gold-plated connectors.
Bad Small "cans" are uncomfortable, Mic picks up background noise, No Mic "Mute" feature.
Bottom line This headset is a decent choice, but I do believe that it could be better. The mic is way too sensitive and picks up a lot of background noise. If you are trying to use it for gaming or VOIP in a somewhat noisy environment (you have kids or are at a...
70%
techgage.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
Headsets are enticing to gamers for many reasons. It’s become a necessity for competitors. There’s little you can do against someone who can communicate with the rest of their team and hear the smaller details like gunshots and footsteps in a...
Good Comfortable, Superior sound quality, Decent microphone, retractable, 4H...
Bad Larger than the 3H, Not suitable for anything other than gaming...
Bottom line The fit is worlds apart with each model. The 3H was snug (maybe too tight for some) but the 4H was loose in comparison. There wasn’t an issue with either, but I came to favor the 4H because it had the ability to swivel, and the 3H was a little uncom...
70%
Bjorn3d.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
When I mention SteelSeries I’m sure some of the gamers out there will recognize the name. SteelSeries is about professional gaming gear. They offer everything a gamer would use from gaming mouse pads to gaming keyboards, even security software desig...
Good Light-weight, Compact, folding design, Crisp Sound/Mic Fidelity...
Bad Uncomfortable for extended use, Average Bass Response, No Inline Controls, Price...
Bottom line This headset offers the bare essentials which means no in-line volume, mute, or microphone mute controls are included. The mic quality was surprisingly good in practice and the audio quality would be great for games, but not for music for any audiophi...
60%
ld2.ciol.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
This black headset has a sturdy build and can be folded neatly to carry along. There is a retractable microphone which fits smoothly inside on the left earcup. The earcups have a pear-shaped design and although they have a soft cushioning on them...
Good Portability, built...
Bad Low bass, Uncomfortable...
60%
3dGameMan.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
Video Review: Both the SteelSound 3H and 4H headsets offer great bang for the buck. The 3H headset is targeted at the budget market, but great if you need an inexpensive, small, foldable headset for a LAN party. The 4H has a little better sound quality, larger earcups, and is more comfortable, but it's not foldable like the 3H. Watch the Video to find out more...
0%
DigitalReviews.net
Updated:
2013-11-20
Choosing a pair of good headphones can be a delicate process sometimes because there are many factors that a person must consider in order to like them. The obvious one is sound quality. Without good sound quality we dont really consider them in the...
Bottom line I think these are very good headphones. Because of their portability and size, I think many gamers will appreciate these headphones and how versatile these can be. Although they arent noise cancelling, the headphones cover your ear in a way that it...
0%
hardwarelogic.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
Let’s face it. Those of us who play games sometimes lose track of time and have been known to have marathon sessions sitting in front of our computers. Whether it be destroying giant robots or blasting off head shots, we love the sound of explosions an...
0%
rbmods.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
Amber LupalaSteelSeries SteelSound 3H Headset ReviewImproving upon a successful produce line is usually hard to do. Steelseries, makers of a wide range of gaming accessories, is attempting to do just that with the release of two new SteelSound headset...
Good Compact design that is foldable, Comfortable fit, Retractable microphone, Good sound quality, especially in the bass...
Bad No on, cord remote control, No carrying case...
Bottom line If you are looking for a compact gaming headset at a decent price (~$49 USD), look no further than the SteelSound 3H. The top-notch sound performance and comfortable fit make the headset a winner, and the compact size and portability are added bonuses...
0%
tweaknews.net
Updated:
2013-11-20
Well, given the price of the 3H I dont think you could ask for a better headset. This is definitely a solid entry-level product from SteelSound. The sound quality is amazing and the build quality is good. Just listening to a few music tracks was enou...
0%
devhardware.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
In the gaming world, products must have two very important features: performance and portability. SteelSeries has always been dedicated to the gaming community by producing products for and by professional gamers. Today we’ll be looking at the Steel...
Bottom line Overall I was very impressed with the SteelSound 3H Gaming Headset. It performed exactly as advertised. I have to give credit to the crew over at SteelSeries for producing a great product.The audio playback was superb and is a definite match for any o...
0%
Thetechlounge.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
For anyone that isnt heavily involved in competitive online PC gaming, "SteelSeries might be a company that youre not all that familiar with. If youre familiar with Razer however, the SteelSeries story is fairly similar. Where Razer started to make...
Good Relatively light and portable, Good bass, Nice retractable microphone...
Bad No real noise canceling/reducing features, Small earpads...
Bottom line The 3H can be purchased directly from the SteelSeries website for $55 + shipping (Ed: You can find them elsewhere for ~$40.00). While I think thats a reasonable price for the combination of a fairly good pair of headphones that provide reasonably good...
0%
applelinks.com
Updated:
2013-11-20
The first headset from SteelSeries was released way back in 2005, a product created and optimized to enhance users gaming experience.
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