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SteelSeries Siberia Elite Prism headset £27.99 at Game

£27.99 @ GAME
Game are selling this headset for £27.99 now. it was £39.99 a few weeks ago when posted. Cheapest i can find it elsewhere is £89.99 at Amazon. Free delivery or click and collect available. … Read More
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Game are selling this headset for £27.99 now.

it was £39.99 a few weeks ago when posted.

Cheapest i can find it elsewhere is £89.99 at Amazon.

Free delivery or click and collect available.

"What is the difference between the Siberia Elite Prism and the Siberia 650?

The Siberia Elite Prism was re-branded to the Siberia 650. There is no difference between the two headsets."

Black is out of stock, only white available.

3% cash back through quidco too.

A good deal for a good headset.
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Don't need another headset...bought.

To think I almost bought the regular ones for more than this on Wednesday. Looks like a really good price, these are on Amazon for £89.99.
#2
This is my first post on hukd, glad i could help someone out ! i don't understand the cold votes though.
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batman_hellcity
This is my first post on hukd, glad i could help someone out ! i don't understand the cold votes though.

Unfortunately this is norm for many deals, you get trolls vote down just for laughs. Considering this is a £100 saving on the headset from launch price and is £50 cheaper than the next cheapest offer for these it does look like a great deal.
#4
I bought it at the previous price and still sealed... Can I return my old order at a local store and place new order at this better price?
#5
I'd imagine so, you should be able to get a full refund then order another.
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These are Siberia 650s and are 100 quid on Amazon so this is a bargain!

https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Siberia+650
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batman_hellcity
This is my first post on hukd, glad i could help someone out ! i don't understand the cold votes though.

Don't worry about the votes. This is a good deal and well spotted as it's way cheaper than anywhere else online but this is HUKD and people will downvote if they don't like a brand/product regardless of whether it's a cheap price for it.

I hold you responsible for me being £27.99 down today.
#8
Any reason they have a different name? I noticed the 650s come up when you search for elite Prism. Also are they only available in white? I couldn't get any results for black ones.
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adamskiidu_44
Any reason they have a different name? I noticed the 650s come up when you search for elite Prism. Also are they only available in white? I couldn't get any results for black ones.


The Siberia Elite Prism was re-branded to the Siberia 650. There is no difference between the two headsets.

Black has sold out, only white left in stock.

Edited By: batman_hellcity on Apr 07, 2017 13:54
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batman_hellcity
adamskiidu_44
Any reason they have a different name? I noticed the 650s come up when you search for elite Prism. Also are they only available in white? I couldn't get any results for black ones.


The Siberia Elite Prism was re-branded to the Siberia 650. There is no difference between the two headsets.

Black has sold out, only white left in stock.


Well, that's a bonus, great deal OP! :D
1 Like #11
heat from me, amazing deal A++ they are over double this price everywhere else. thank you
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Got mine today, initial impressions, despite being more expensive (original retail price) than the Hyperx Cloud II's, I'd choose the clouds about these, The Audio is too quite for my taste and it lacks the punch I'd expect from a set of headphones that originally cost around £150 at one point. Also while the memory foam ear pads are really nice, the faux leather did make my ears really hot really quickly (not even five minutes and the heat was too much), though that does also mean really good sound isolation. I wonder if I can buy Velour pads for these.

The sound issue does seem to be because of the USB sound card, and the audio is better when plugged in directly to the PC soundcard (but you do lose the RGB lighting, though why you'd want RGB headphones I have no idea.). For the price I would say they were a good purchase but if I had to recommend these or the HyperX Cloud's I'd choose the CloudX over these, and definitely don't think were worth the £150 odd price tag they had at launch.

Maybe i'll grow to like these but I'm not sure i'll get used to how hot my ears get.
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Harryisme
Got mine today, initial impressions, despite being more expensive (original retail price) than the Hyperx Cloud II's, I'd choose the clouds about these, The Audio is too quite for my taste and it lacks the punch I'd expect from a set of headphones that originally cost around £150 at one point. Also while the memory foam ear pads are really nice, the faux leather did make my ears really hot really quickly (not even five minutes and the heat was too much), though that does also mean really good sound isolation. I wonder if I can buy Velour pads for these.

The sound issue does seem to be because of the USB sound card, and the audio is better when plugged in directly to the PC soundcard (but you do lose the RGB lighting, though why you'd want RGB headphones I have no idea.). For the price I would say they were a good purchase but if I had to recommend these or the HyperX Cloud's I'd choose the CloudX over these, and definitely don't think were worth the £150 odd price tag they had at launch.

Maybe i'll grow to like these but I'm not sure i'll get used to how hot my ears get.


mine arrived today as well, I will try them out tomorrow.
#14
batman_hellcity
Harryisme
Got mine today, initial impressions, despite being more expensive (original retail price) than the Hyperx Cloud II's, I'd choose the clouds about these, The Audio is too quite for my taste and it lacks the punch I'd expect from a set of headphones that originally cost around £150 at one point. Also while the memory foam ear pads are really nice, the faux leather did make my ears really hot really quickly (not even five minutes and the heat was too much), though that does also mean really good sound isolation. I wonder if I can buy Velour pads for these.
The sound issue does seem to be because of the USB sound card, and the audio is better when plugged in directly to the PC soundcard (but you do lose the RGB lighting, though why you'd want RGB headphones I have no idea.). For the price I would say they were a good purchase but if I had to recommend these or the HyperX Cloud's I'd choose the CloudX over these, and definitely don't think were worth the £150 odd price tag they had at launch.
Maybe i'll grow to like these but I'm not sure i'll get used to how hot my ears get.
mine arrived today as well, I will try them out tomorrow.

I would recommend you change the EQ to performance in Engine 3 software, I tried them out later at night and they were better than I initially thought, and the cooler room did make them more comfortable as well. I still prefer Cloudx over these but for the price they are a bargain and the best headsets I've bought for under £30 ever.
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Harryisme
batman_hellcity
Harryisme
Got mine today, initial impressions, despite being more expensive (original retail price) than the Hyperx Cloud II's, I'd choose the clouds about these, The Audio is too quite for my taste and it lacks the punch I'd expect from a set of headphones that originally cost around £150 at one point. Also while the memory foam ear pads are really nice, the faux leather did make my ears really hot really quickly (not even five minutes and the heat was too much), though that does also mean really good sound isolation. I wonder if I can buy Velour pads for these.
The sound issue does seem to be because of the USB sound card, and the audio is better when plugged in directly to the PC soundcard (but you do lose the RGB lighting, though why you'd want RGB headphones I have no idea.). For the price I would say they were a good purchase but if I had to recommend these or the HyperX Cloud's I'd choose the CloudX over these, and definitely don't think were worth the £150 odd price tag they had at launch.
Maybe i'll grow to like these but I'm not sure i'll get used to how hot my ears get.
mine arrived today as well, I will try them out tomorrow.
I would recommend you change the EQ to performance in Engine 3 software, I tried them out later at night and they were better than I initially thought, and the cooler room did make them more comfortable as well. I still prefer Cloudx over these but for the price they are a bargain and the best headsets I've bought for under £30 ever.
I tried the headset for a few hours last night on various tasks. after installing engine software 3 the microphone stopped being detected, i had to go into device manager and uninstall the drivers for the microphone and plug the device back in, it worked then luckily.

Now the sound quality seems average to me, considering the power of the headset it is surprisingly quiet. I've found that listening to music was better with Dolby surround sound disabled, however playing battlefield 1 it sounded better in 7.1, but sadly rather quite and low on bass, i found the eq setting explosive and performance significantly improve my experience with the headset. I've found that it's not a case of one setting for them all, you have to adjust settings according to the task at hand, although this would be somewhat expected.

haven't tested the mic yet, I'll update when i do!
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batman_hellcity
Harryisme
batman_hellcity
Harryisme
Got mine today, initial impressions, despite being more expensive (original retail price) than the Hyperx Cloud II's, I'd choose the clouds about these, The Audio is too quite for my taste and it lacks the punch I'd expect from a set of headphones that originally cost around £150 at one point. Also while the memory foam ear pads are really nice, the faux leather did make my ears really hot really quickly (not even five minutes and the heat was too much), though that does also mean really good sound isolation. I wonder if I can buy Velour pads for these.
The sound issue does seem to be because of the USB sound card, and the audio is better when plugged in directly to the PC soundcard (but you do lose the RGB lighting, though why you'd want RGB headphones I have no idea.). For the price I would say they were a good purchase but if I had to recommend these or the HyperX Cloud's I'd choose the CloudX over these, and definitely don't think were worth the £150 odd price tag they had at launch.
Maybe i'll grow to like these but I'm not sure i'll get used to how hot my ears get.
mine arrived today as well, I will try them out tomorrow.
I would recommend you change the EQ to performance in Engine 3 software, I tried them out later at night and they were better than I initially thought, and the cooler room did make them more comfortable as well. I still prefer Cloudx over these but for the price they are a bargain and the best headsets I've bought for under £30 ever.
I tried the headset for a few hours last night on various tasks. after installing engine software 3 the microphone stopped being detected, i had to go into device manager and uninstall the drivers for the microphone and plug the device back in, it worked then luckily.
Now the sound quality seems average to me, considering the power of the headset it is surprisingly quiet. I've found that listening to music was better with Dolby surround sound disabled, however playing battlefield 1 it sounded better in 7.1, but sadly rather quite and low on bass, i found the eq setting explosive and performance significantly improve my experience with the headset. I've found that it's not a case of one setting for them all, you have to adjust settings according to the task at hand, although this would be somewhat expected.
haven't tested the mic yet, I'll update when i do!

Yeah it really is quite, it's why I have the EQ set to Performance in the software, haven't had a chance to test the Mic yet, but I doubt i'll ever use it on PC as I don't play multiplayer on the platform, i'll probably use it when it's connected to my Xbox one, (the hotswap cable makes this really easy.). I've turned off the Dolby as you mentioned it really is not good for Music, it sounds muffled and really far away (it may sound better i games haven't tested it).

The problem seems to be with the USB sound card more that the actual headset, as I have plugged them into my Turtle Beach DSS 7.1 adapter and the sound is much better, even for music.

As I said, I am happy with the headset for the price I paid, but if I'd paid £40 or more I would have not been pleased, I'm not sure why these headsets got such great reviews when they came out, specially at the $200 price point they were at the time, I could get Astro A40's for that price, these made no sense at the time.

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