Apart from the questionable slogan and unique cord colour, the Flux does have quite a few positive features, such as 40mm drivers which have a frequency range of 18 – 28000 Hz. The FluidFIT headband is also well designed, MadShrimps found them comfortable even after long usage while wearing glasses, something not all headsets can claim and while you will get warm under the leather ear cups they are not going to pinch or become uncomfortable. One drawback was the inline microphone, if they did not place it carefully the rubbing of the microphone over clothing is transmitted and can muffle your voice.
"The new Flux Luxury Edition Gaming Headset from SteelSeries was built for mobility in mind, comes with two separate connectivity cables, a carry pouch and interchangeable covers. The Flux is easy to adjust thanks to the FluidFIT headband and produces a high quality sound even in movies or games, even if it is marketed mainly for gaming purposes."
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