Steelseries Headsets

Introduction

Introduction

SteelSeries have quickly gained a reputation as a great company for gaming hardware with their mice, pads and headphones proving very popular. From their humble beginnings as a two man team in Copenhagen in 2001, they are now recognised throughout the world as a producer of high quality gaming products that meet the demands of the whole gaming community from the small amateur to the professional team.

With their goal being to neither follow the mainstream trends, nor to add features solely for the sake of adding them, it is great interest that greets any new product launch.

Today we're going to take a look at three of their audio solutions, the 5H v2 USB Headset and soundcard, the Xbox 360 compatible Siberia Neckband Headset and the Siberia In-Ear Headset with passive noise reduction.

All three products are available in either black or white, but for that crisp winter look OC3D has all three in the very attractive white.

Firstly we'll take a look at them all separately, before testing them together. So without further ado let's delve right in and see what is on offer today.

We shall start with the top of the range SteelSeries 5H v2 USB.

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Most Recent Comments

09-01-2010, 07:03:06

splinter
the in-ear headset should get a higher score than the other 2 headsets imo, kickass noise reduction perfect for lan eventsQuote

10-01-2010, 08:48:49

Apans
Great review tho i missed "SteelSeries Siberia v2" in the test.. one of there most famous serie for gamers...

but anyways thanks for reviewQuote

10-01-2010, 09:12:31

tinytomlogan
Those were the headsets steel series asked to be reviewed, have got more planned for a later date though Quote

10-01-2010, 09:41:29

killablade
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='tinytomlogan'
Those were the headsets steel series asked to be reviewed, have got more planned for a later date though
Nice review! Looking forward to a review of the Siberia v2Quote

10-01-2010, 19:41:58

Apans
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='tinytomlogan'
Those were the headsets steel series asked to be reviewed, have got more planned for a later date though
Cheers

looknig forward to it m8!Quote
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