Despite being a simple two-channel system, the SteelSeries Arena claims to have one ace up its sleeve. The product uses a 4-inch fiber cone driver, which SteelSeries suggests is among the biggest speaker drivers in the gaming audio space. In addition to wired connectivity support using the 3.5mm audio jack, the Arena 3 also gets Bluetooth as an option.
Rounding off the features on the Arena 3 is an adjustable stand that lets users tilt and position the speakers for optimal listening. The SteelSeries Arena 3 retails for $129.99 and is available for sale at retail locations around the world.
Next up is the SteelSeries Arena 7, a 2.1-channel setup that includes two front-firing speakers, twin tweeters, and RGB lighting to add an extra bit of oomph. In addition to the main speakers, the Arena 7 gets a bottom-firing subwoofer with a 6.5-inch driver for enhancing the lower frequencies.
The SteelSeries Arena 7 speakers offer a wide array of connectivity options and support PCs, Macs, and several generations of PlayStation gaming consoles. Like the Arena 3, wireless audio support is enabled thanks to its support for Bluetooth.