SteelSeries Siberia 350 Gaming Headset £39.99 + Del - £42.94 @ Box.co.uk (Free del over £50)
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SteelSeries Siberia 350 Gaming Headset £39.99 + Del - £42.94 @ Box.co.uk (Free del over £50)

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Found 28th Jun 2017
Nice headset and a good price, possibly the lowest I've seen delivered, these are for PC, Mac and PS4 -From what I can tell it wont work at all with the Xbox One, although I'm sure if one of you lot knows a way, you'll shout up.


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SteelSeries Siberia 350 Gaming Headset

The Siberia 350 radiates with 16.8 million brilliant colors in various customizable modes while offering the legendary comfort of the Siberia series. The iconic Siberia suspension headband returns offering enduring, lightweight comfort for hours of gaming. Powerful, next-gen SteelSeries speaker drivers paired with DTS Headphone:X 7.1 surround sound deliver detailed sound for enhanced gameplay. When using the built-in USB connection on PC or Mac, and SteelSeries Engine 3 software, you can further customize the high-end sound and illumination options. Noise-reducing, memory-foam ear cushions aid in isolating the natural sounds and powerful bass. A retractable, flexible crystal-clear microphone can be muted with the flip of a switch behind the earcup.

  • Enter the arena with DTS Headphone:X 7.1 Surround Sound
  • So comfy, you'll forget your wearing it.
  • Soundscape crafted for pro gaming.
  • Prism RGB Illumination
  • Crystal-clear retractable mic.
  • Designed for total gaming immersion.

    FEATURES
    • Natural sound and powerful bass thanks to next-generation SteelSeries speaker drivers
    • Redesigned acoustics via hand-selected components, and re-engineered internals
    • Step onto the battlefield with the immersion of DTS HEADPHONE:X 7.1 SURROUND SOUND
    • Customize the incredible audio for an individual experience using SteelSeries Engine 3
    • Choose from 16.8 million different colors to illuminate the earcups along with the ColorShift custom effect
    • Backup audio and illumination preferences with SteelSeries Engine 3's CloudSync™
    • Comfortable and lightweight self-adjusting headband
    • New memory foam ear cushions for a better fit and improved noise reduction
    • Crystal-clear microphone is flexible and can be hidden away in the earcup
    • Mic features Noise Suppression and Auto Compression: SteelSeries DSP technology for optimal voice communication
    • Built-in USB audio connection for use on PC, Mac and PS4
    • Microphone mute switch on the back of the left earcup
    • New flexible and durable reinforced design
    • Our most durable USB headset cable
    SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS


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I've been using the Siberia line for years now and have to say, they are a great quality headset and the ones I've had have been longer lasting than other brands I've used.

The only negative I can point out is that the microphones are usually of lower quality, and not great at picking up sound. You may be forced to use the microphone boosting options in Windows, which will lower the mic quality more, and add a bit of background noise. I bought a desktop mic instead of using the one on the headset.
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I got the Siberia V3 Prism's from Game - £29.99 again at the moment, and much more elsewhere £60+. (I don't know whether these are any better or worse than the op ones they look identical) LINK
They sound great but from my experience not made very well. I had mine 6 days, when getting up I caught them with my leg and they fell off my desk, 70 cm from the floor and carpeted - they broke, or at least the right hand speaker did. They should be able to withstand that. When I looked online I saw a worrying amount of complaints across the range.
I got another set which came today, I hope they last longer.


Edited by: "deleted117705" 28th Jun 2017
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I got the Siberia V3 Prism's from Game - £29.99 again at the moment, and … I got the Siberia V3 Prism's from Game - £29.99 again at the moment, and much more elsewhere £60+. (I don't know whether these are any better or worse than the op ones they look identical) LINKThey sound great but from my experience not made very well. I had mine 6 days, when getting up I caught them with my leg and they fell off my desk, 70 cm from the floor and carpeted - they broke, or at least the right hand speaker did. They should be able to withstand that. When I looked online I saw a worrying amount of complaints across the range.I got another set which came today, I hope they last longer.


Only complaint (and it's widespread) about the Prism is that it's so quiet. Especially the mic. It's just the USB soundcard though.
Mine have been knocked about a fair bit and are still going strong.
Picked up my V3 Prism's on launch and always found them mega comfortable, especially over the Polk's i use with my Xbox. A steal at this price
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