Cyber Snipa Sonar 5.1 Championship Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Cyber Snipa Sonar 5.1 Championship Review


Surround sound is one element of a gaming setup that can make a huge difference to your performance. No matter if you're playing a racing game, spotting enemy flag runners, or annihilating the Zerg, those little audio direction cues really help save a tenth or two in either killing them, or at least being aware of your surroundings.

For a long while those of us who use headphones were limited either to a pseudo-surround effect via DSP, or re-mortgaging the house for a pukka pair of 5.1s.

Thankfully as technology continues its rapid advancement of endlessly giving us better, cheaper, products the world of genuine surround headphones is now within the reach of the masses. This neatly segues us to the Cyber Snipa Sonar 5.1 Championship Headset. Lengthy indeed in name, but thankfully at only £50, not too lengthy in price.

Let's grab a look at the specifications before we take a look at the headset itself.

Technical Specifications

The Sonar comes with 4 speakers in each ear, front, center and back, and also for you bass heads includes a subwoofer as well. USB connectivity ensures that it's compatible with almost anything you choose to plug it into. It also has an inline remote for controlling your audio experience.

Cord Length:3.0m

Mic Dimensions:ø9.7mmx5.0mm

Windows PC
CD-ROM Drive
Operating System: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
Connection port: USB 2.0
Minimum hard drive space: 5.5MB


Drive Diameterø30mmø40mmø30mmø27mm
Frequency Response20~20KHz18~20KHz20~20KHz10~400Hz
Output power200mW400mW200mW600mW
Signal to noise ratio>50dB>50dB>50dB>50dB
Sensitivity (S.P.L)108dB100dB108dB

Time to have a look at the Sonar 5.1 Championship itself.

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Most Recent Comments

19-04-2011, 10:18:39

the link is broke just takes you to amazon site its ok on the main home pageQuote

19-04-2011, 10:32:32

another great reveiw tom clear cut and honest as always. straight back into the swing off things after the gsl

sauz vonblade Quote

19-04-2011, 12:04:23

I Hunta x
Originally Posted by tallun View Post

another great reveiw tom
*cough* Bryan not tom *cough*

good review non the less, not a fan of fully folding headsets as ive broke my last 2 pair that did that and got sick of the one before that, and 5.1 i can live without tbhQuote

19-04-2011, 13:43:34

Link fixed and indeed this is a review by VonBlade. I might point out if it wasnt for VB there would have been no reviews while I was at GSL.... Quote

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