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We all know of Steelseries, a company who’s been in the game since 2001 under the name of Soft Trading and changed to Steelseries in 2007. They’ve been in the gaming peripheral market since their inception and are thought of highly for their headsets, mice, keyboards, controllers and even their gaming surfaces.
With this particular product, the Steelseries Siberia 350, it is a gaming headset with 7.1 surround sound which is something every gamer needs in order to be immersed in an atmospheric game. This works perfectly with horror games especially I find, Montas, Amnesia, Outlast, etc, so the sound is built for immersive gameplay. The speaker drivers are 50mm Neodymium Drivers with an onboard USB soundcard with a headphone frequency response of 10-28000 Hz. Sadly this headset doesn’t have a 3.5mm jack to just stick directly into the audio, but it isn’t the biggest problem as USB can be used for multiple points of entry… I totally didn’t mean that, but I’m leaving it in…
The specifications can be rather important for PC users who go for specific things from headsets. Not everyone who uses a PC is a gamer of course, so here’s some for you to have a look at.
|Headphone Frequency Response:||10 – 28000 Hz|
|Microphone Sensitivity:||> -42 dB/Pa|
|Sensitivity:||> 80 dB/mW|
|Cable Length:||1.5 m|
From what you can see with this is that the headset itself should perform rather well for you when you’re playing games. There’s a lot more to get stuck into with this headset review so make sure to have a look through!