One Minute Review: Steel Series Siberia Raw Prism

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One Minute Review: Steel Series Siberia Raw Prism

Large, comfy, and with a tasty sound.

T o buy a set of gaming cans at the $60-80 price range usually means compromise. With the Siberia Raw Prism Steel Series has managed to defeat the big trade-offs. They’re comfortable, and this is something you just never see at this price. Large earcups enclose even large ears without overlap, and the material is a soft mesh with soft foam underneath. Typically they’d be too small, with hard foam and sweat-inducing shiny plastic covers for this sort of money.

Sound quality is acceptable. The sonic landscape is wide enough to make these good for gaming and music. There is some slight background hiss, but once the game or music starts it’s smothered anyway.

There’s no boom for the mic, which is embedded into left cup, but in testing voice was clear enough for game chatting. And there’s bling. The sides glow in 16.8 million disco colours. All up a great choice for a nice price. 

Steel Series Siberia Raw Prism
4 5
Verdict
One of the best headsets from Steel Series yet, and very versatile.
Overall
Specs
$65 AUD
• SteelSeries: www.steelseries.com
This review appeared in the May 2015 issue of PC & Tech Authority Magazine
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