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Excellent sound performance.
Break away cable.
Springbased head adjustment.
Excellent audio quality with soft, accurate sound.
Lightweight design is safe, very comfortable.
Blue on silver color scheme a visual stunner.
Large 50 mm drivers that reproduce quality sound.
Lightweight (if you prefer lightweight).
A bit too tight, not light.
Sound positioning may not be the best.
Minimal noise cancellation.
Not good in noisy surroundings.
Rubber cabling is, for PC users, outdated.
Doesn't come with a carrying case or any adapters.
Found the microphone mute switch a bit too easy to flick.
Lightweight (if you prefer a reassuring solid feel).
By TweakTown on August 23, 2012
SteelSeries are amongst the best out there in terms of specialty gaming gear, offering a large range of top notch gear for gamers of all types. One of the newest additions to their line up though is the successor to the original Siberia gaming...
By Destructoid on July 23, 2012
I have a lot of gaming headsets. It's one of the nice perks that comes with this job, though these days I find that it's getting harder to get excited about them. As my collection grows, I'm starting to see some of the similarities in...
By PC Advisor on October 11, 2011
All-in-all it's fair to describe the steelseries SIBERIA V2's as a pretty good set of headphones if consider their forgiving price tag. Must try harder....
By Expert Reviews on October 10, 2011
A versatile and lightweight gaming headset...
By Macworld Australia on September 22, 2011
When great audio is added to the Siberia V2’s high level of comfort, the end result is one potent gaming peripheral that’s comfortable enough to use for long periods of time. With the ability to now connect with an iPhone or iPad, what more...
By HardwareHeaven on July 11, 2011
Looking first to build quality the Siberia V2 has the usual high standard of components which we expect from SteelSeries. Each of the parts which make up the V2 feel solid and fit together well and there are no problems with rough edges or cheap...
By TechRadar on July 07, 2011
SteelSeries' Siberia headset has been available for the PC and Mac since early last year, but this new version has been revamped to suit iOS devices too. It now features a single 3.5mm jack, and inline controls for pausing your sounds, taking calls...
By Hardware Canucks on May 15, 2011
In the past there always seemed to be a tradeoff in the sub-$100 gaming headset maket: either buy a product that faithfully reproduces in-game audio and ditch the need for a built-in microphone or look for an all in one headset but be prepared for...
By Tbreak.com on April 02, 2011
At $90, the SteelSeries Siberia V2 stands slightly cheaper than others in its category. And for me, they are worth every bit of the greens. The Siberia V2 delivers on all vital aspects for a headphone: looks, built quality, and performance. Quite...
By TechReaction.net on March 30, 2011
Overall, the Siberia V2 Full-Size Headset is first class. The sound quality is some of the best that we have heard in this price range, aside the bass. The headband suspension helped provide great comfort for extended use, such as our long gaming...
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