Steelseries Siberia v2

Audio, Peripherals

SteelSeries Siberia V2

The new Siberia is clad mostly in white (hence the name) with a few bits of black here there. Currently, this is the only colour available but I wouldn’t be surprised to see a full black version released at some point as SteelSeries has done this in the past with previous headsets.

The original Siberia headset was first christened the Icemat Siberia but upon the merger of both Icemat and Steelseries, it was shortened to just the Siberia; the successor of which is the V2.

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In terms of aesthetics and style, the headset not only looks great but also has a unique design with the two rigid white cords bending around to create the shape of the Siberia V2. The headband is situated just below the two cords and is constructed of very soft material in order to make it very comfortable to wear.

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The use of elastic threads allows it to suit any head shape and doesn’t require the size to be set at a particular level.

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The earcups have been developed from the Siberia giving them more padding with a smoother, silky feel. As with its predecessor, the actual speaker is just covered with a thin piece of material in order to prevent any muffling from occurring.

The outer parts of the earcups are constructed from solid shiny white plastic white a black grill effect in the centre. A small SteelSeries logo and either the letter ‘L’ or ‘R’ denote which way the headset should be worn.

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Last modified: May 11, 2014

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2 Responses to :
Steelseries Siberia v2

  1. alan says:

    I have a Pair of these i have found them very good loud good bass.

  2. Drew says:

    Good at first, but only after one year the audio in the right earpiece began to go out. Now I can barely here anything out of it at all and it’s strange since the left is fine.

    The sound is great while it lasts, but if you have to spend this much money on a headset and have it go out after only one year you might as well spend your money on something better.

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