SteelSeries Siberia V2 Frost Blue SE Review
Published: 5th October 2012 | Source: SteelSeries | Price: £100 |
When the PC first stepped away from the beige box and into the world of multiple colour possibilities, the peripheral market was the slowest to take up the challenge of providing hardware that matched your tower.
Largely this was because black was chosen as the colour of choice, and all peripherals became black. So if you wanted to match your mouse/headset to your system, you had to go with black. Now, as more and more manufacturers are realising the potential of giving a wide range of colour choices, one of the biggest adopters of a multi-hued range is SteelSeries, and more specifically their Siberia headset. This comes in any number of colours. But what if you fancy something that's got a little extra bling?
Enter the Siberia Frost Blue Special Edition.
Largely the specifications of the Frost Blue follow the regular Siberia V2 pattern of large responsive drivers and a quality microphone.
One thing that has changed is that this model is one of the USB variants. It might seem a small thing but as anyone who's ever discovered the onboard sound on their motherboard has more crackle than a bowl of Rice Krispies, having a clean sound in an easily transportable package is quite a boon.
- Frequency response: 18 – 28,000 Hz
- Impedance: 40 Ohm
- Cable length: 3 ft.
- USB Cable extension: 6.5 ft.
- Frequency response: 50 – 16,000 Hz
- Pick up pattern: Uni-directional
- Sensitivity: -38 dB
- Active noise reduction: Up to 20dB