Reviews and Problems with SteelSeries Siberia Neckband
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Fit is iffy if you have long hair; just work around it.
Mason Bourgeois, Amazon
16 April 2013
Summary: First off, let me just say that these headphones have great sound. Bass leaves very little to be desired, and fine details come through well. I love the design; they definitely look like something an alien race would design (maybe the protoss?).
Summary: I really like how this is working out so far. There's not much I don't like about it. Specifically, I dislike how I can't lock the length of the headband. I like that it's retracting and all, I just wish I could lock it to a specific position, so that it could be more comfortable.
Summary: My girlfriend loves these. She gets headaches very easily, and the over heads bother her. Finally, a larger, better sounding headset than an over ear! Only problem is can't get the Xbox converter to work, so no voice so far for live.
Summary: I used the Siberia neckband headset for Xbox 360 gaming. Plugged it into my surround sound hifi for music effects, and another plugged into the handheld controller for voice chat. Result: wonderful sound, accurate, realtime, comfortable.
Summary: Pros: In comparison to the Logitech behind-the-head headset, this is more comfortable. The headset quality is great not only playing music, but playing video games as well. While not noise-cancelling, they are over-the-ear, which eliminates a substantial amount of background noise.
Summary: These headphones are nice, I like the neck band where in the past the head band has hurt my head, very ligh weight and confortable not to mention the price here, where it is listed up to $20.00 more in other sites..