Steelseries Siberia V3 Review


Published by Luca Rocchi on 18.11.14
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Conclusion

Overall, the Siberia V3 is a very good product. The build quality and the material are quite good and we certainly did not expect anything less from Steelseries. The headset design is classic and it is ultra light and very comfortable. We usually test the headset for many hours and we have to admit that this headset is something that you simply forget that it is on your head since it only weighs 200 gramms. The soft cushions as well as the headband fit nicely and you will not experience any pressure points, even if you are wearing glasses or 3D goggles. The auto adjusting headband is something that we have already found on other models and we really like it since save materials as well as weight. Perception of audio is certainly a matter of subjectivity but in our opinion the sound is well balanced. We can say that the Siberia V3 offers good sound quality, without over-pronounced bass. The microphone is retractable and placed on a flexible plastic with memory effect. The overall quality is good but, the sensibility is too high since it does record any sound around you. This is a minor problem since you will be able to adjust the recording level with additional software.

Checking prices on Geizhals.at we found that the Siberia V3 is listed at 99 Euro. The build quality is definitely on a very good level and the Siberia V3 is one of the more comfortable headset we tried so far. The microphone is not perfect and the price, in our opinion, is a bit too high. With this in mind, we give the Siberia V3 4 out of 5 stars.




Page 1 - Introduction Page 5 - Wearing comfort/ergonomics
Page 2 - Preview Page 6 - Acoustics
Page 3 - Specifications Page 7 - Conclusion
Page 4 - Test conditions





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