Reviews and Problems with SteelSeries Siberia Full-size Headset
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Gamer tech cool, Durability meh
Ludwig Van Dethklok, Amazon
30 May 2013
Summary: These were my first gaming headphones I invested a little money in. Inspired by 'BassHunter' (the techno music producer/gamer) i thought these would be a pretty nice addition to my rig. Theyre nice. they feel good. They sound pretty good. They have a long cable.. almost too long. and it plugs into an extension cable that makes it suuuuuuuper long. However, there's a lot of noise pollution caused by these headphones.
Summary: Being one of the cheaper headsets, you get what you pay for. Earpads hurt after about 20 minutes, mic is a clip on and not attached, and feels kind of flimsy. On the other hand, the volume and sound quality are decent and the headset looks nice.
Summary: its the steel series headset i admit, but its like they took out the mic part and replaced with plush fabric instead of foam in the earcups, its still a nice headset for 50 dollhairs, but i feel the description should at least be corrected
Summary: This headset product is quite flexible, allowing one to plug in via USB or analog jacks. The sound quality is good and the built quality is nice too. Unfortunately, it wasn't really what I had in mind when ordering a gaming headset. The Microphone is separate and its cord attaches to the headset cord with a handful of clips. The mic actually clips onto your shirt. So 6' of dual cords makes for quite a tangle!
Summary: Steelseries är ett par mycket bra headset, fungerar utmärkt vid spelande av cs och dylikt. Det enda problem jag haft med dem är lite lite svagt brus, men dock inget mer än det om man inte är känslig mot det