One Minute Review: Steelseries Siberia V3

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One Minute Review: Steelseries Siberia V3

Maybe not the best in terms of bass, but it delivers everywhere else.

Similar in design to the great Steelseries Siberia V2 headset as well as the pricier V3 Prism, the V3 headset features two large ear cups connected with a structural band and a floating head strap that sits the headset lightly and comfortably in place. As far as design goes, the Siberia V3 is a winner. It looks great and is extremely comfortable to wear. It’s also equally good when it comes to sound quality. Like the V2, the Siberia V3 has a flattened EQ which means that there isn’t the bass enhancement you find in the majority of gaming headsets.

The 50mm drivers provide excellent audio through the mid to high ranges but lack a little bit of oomph when it comes to the bass. For the most part this isn’t hugely noticeable, but does become a little bit of an issue when playing bombastic games like CoD or Wolfenstein.

Steelseries Siberia V3
4 5
Verdict
Very comfortable with solid audio quality.
Overall
Specs
$99 AUD
• SteelSeries: www.steelseries.com
This review appeared in the August 2015 issue of PC & Tech Authority Magazine
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