Steelseries Flux headphones

Steelseries Flux headphones
Published: January 10, 2013
Author: Niko Lupala
Editor: Amber Lupala
Provider: Steelseries

Looking for a high quality headset or headphones? Then you should most definitely keep reading as we take on the Steelseries Flux headset.

This is a 100$ headset so the expectations are high for me; let’s waste no further time and get on with the review.

About Steelseries:

Read more on their website, http://steelseries.com/about

Specifications:

Read all features and specifications on their website, http://steelseries.com/products/audio/steelseries-flux#specifications

The Product:

Steelseries Flux headphones package Steelseries Flux headphones cables
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This product comes very well packed, in a nice see-through plastic cover that you can easily remove. The headphones were packed in zip-ties though and that means you had to get them out with force :)

Inside I found two cables;  one set that has both a mic and headphone cables and one that just has a headphone cable so in case you don’t need to use a mic just go with the left cable.

Steelseries Flux headphones accessories Steelseries Flux headphones accessories
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Inside the box you will find a sticker, manual, storage bag, 3,5mm cable and also a couple of glossy black side plates that you can easily change.

Steelseries Flux headphones Steelseries Flux headphones

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Here we can see the side plates that were mounted when we did the unpacking;  they look a bit nicer than the glossy black ones do. There are a variety of other colors available.

We can see that these headphones are quite small and thin so they should be very comfortable to wear even for a longer period.

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