Conclusion: In any case, if you’re fine with spending the requisite $119, we expect you won’t have any regrets with the SteelSeries Siberia V2 Heat Orange Limited Edition Headset, it’s a solid performer with a great aesthetic.
SteelSeries Siberia v2 vs. TteSports Dracco Captain Headset
9 September 2013
Summary: As you may have picked up during the review, both units are of good build quality and did a great job of bringing the noise considering neither company is purely concentrating on audio. For overall bass and sound quality, we have to lean towards the more expensive of the two.
SteelSeries Siberia V2 Heat Orange USB Headset Review
29 August 2013
Conclusion: As mentioned in the beginning we didn't expect the Siberia V2 Heat Orange to perform better than the Siberia V2 Frost Blue which we did review a while ago but we did use it with the 3 latest games we received (Saints Row IV, The Bureau X-Com Declassified and Splinter Cell Blacklist) and the 3 new...
Conclusion: Due to the amount of performance they’re packing in to this product at such a low price I’m going to give it a value award. In addition to the value award I’m going to give it a design award because of the superb aesthetics and good overall design despite a few minor niggles.
Conclusion: The Steelseries Siberia V2 have a lot going for them, maybe more than most other headsets in this price range and while they’re far from perfect, they’re still very impressive. The audio reproduction in particular is definitely their strong point, while not the best I’ve heard in terms of gaming...
Pros: Excellent design, Very comfortable, Great sound
Cons: Cable / In-line controller could be of better quality
Excerpt: While I enjoy headsets, I’ve never really had a proper gaming one, not just for PC but also my home consoles. There are always too many plugs or they’re just too complicated to get connected, particularly with component-based accessories.
Steelseries Siberia v2 Gaming Headset Frost Blue Edition
1 July 2013
Excerpt: With the rise of more team oriented games, Steelseries has released the Siberia v2 Gaming Headset to improve the overall gaming experience. Communication is becoming more and more important, especially with more team games like League of Legends and Dota 2.
Conclusion: The SteelSeries Siberia V2 Cross-Platform has an MSRP of $119, and it is currently retailing for $95 on Amazon. In our opinion, the Siberia V2 CP headset offers great value for the price. The Siberia V2 CP is excellent for users that are concerned about comfort for continuous use.
Steelseries Siberia V2 PC Headset Frost Blue Special Edition Review
14 April 2013
Conclusion: Steelseries already have quite a history behind them and its not hard to see why, they have an extensive and much applauded product range that caters for everything from high performance gaming keyboards to audio products, all of which have proved them selves popular time and time again on both the...
SteelSeries Siberia V2 - The Sound Of Victory | Review
4 April 2013
Excerpt: Just got my SteelSeries Siberia V2 Special Edition Red sometime back. Been using it as long as I'm on my laptop (which is basically 8 hours/day). So here I am, writing a personal review on this SteelSeries gaming headset.
Cons: So enough with the colours, lets start on the real design. The headset as you can see uses a fixed length flexible rubber (I think) double bend. It is a free-size headset with the stretchable band on top with a SteelSeries logo on top. The earcups are designed with noise cancellation in mind so t...