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Tom's Hardware says:

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The name SteelSeries is synonymous with PC peripherals, so it’s no shock that it has released yet another quality headset. The only snag holding the Siberia v2 back is its price. At $90, it’s a little more than we would prefer to spend on a gaming headset. quote


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Critic reviews

8.1
10 reviews
  • Voice / mic quality
    9.4
  • Sound quality
    9.5
  • Comfort
    8.2
  • Durability
    8.2
  • Design and form factor
    8.5

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User reviews

8.9
11 reviews
8.0
TechCrunch Dec 16, 2009

I can’t give the Siberia v2s a very strong recommendation; there are simply too many little issues for a >$100 headset. Although the sound is great and the USB/analog flexibility is nice, I just don’t see myself using them regularly due to the fit and setup issues.

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7.0
Tom's Guide Dec 11, 2009

The name SteelSeries is synonymous with PC peripherals, so it’s no shock that it has released yet another quality headset. The only snag holding the Siberia v2 back is its price. At $90, it’s a little more than we would prefer to spend on a gaming headset.

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7.0
PC Advisor Oct 22, 2011

All-in-all it's fair to describe the steelseries SIBERIA V2's as a pretty good set of headphones if consider their forgiving price tag. Must try harder.

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9.0
TechRadar Jul 7, 2011

If all you're looking for is a pair of headphones for listening to music, you can get a similar quality for less money. But as an all-round headset, the Siberia V2 isn't to be sniffed at.

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10
Hardware Heaven Oct 20, 2009

SteelSeries have taken an already very decent headset and reworked it concentrating on the most important factors ... enabling them to produce one of the most impressive gaming headsets on the market while also improving greatly on its predecessor.

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9.0
Destructoid Jul 23, 2012

It's good to see that SteelSeries focused on the important stuff with the Siberia V2 USB. Well, aside from the glowing lights -- but they're fun. Aside from them, there's no crazy optional features, switches or breakout boxes here. Just consummate comfort and superb sound.

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9.0
Legit Reviews Oct 26, 2012

If you’re looking for a headset with quality sound and excellent comfort look no further than the SteelSeries Siberia V2 Frost Blue USB powered headset. With the addition of the Frost Blue LED’s, this headset has everything including a cool factor.

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8.0
Gadget Review Mar 28, 2011

Strong audio, a smart, lightweight design that stays comfortable for hours, and fashionable too. A great buy if your house is quiet.

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9.0
Overclock3D.net Jul 26, 2011

The flexibility is unmatched and the ease of installation the best we've seen yet for a console headset. To get better audio than this you'll either need to spend a lot more money, or lose all that flexibility and we're delighted to award it our OC3D Gold Award.

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9.0
Kaiyen Kaiyen

I'd say this is the best headset you can get for its price. Extremely comfy for most of people. I suggest you buy it with a SteelSeries USB external minisoundcard if you have an onboard audio. Some Realtek is definitely not enough for these headphones. And you will get a nice virtual surround...

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8.0
grooVC grooVC

A very good set of gaming headphones that are geared towards gamers who like bass-heavy sounds. Certain types of music will sound great on them but those looking for a more pure sounding headphone should look elsewhere.

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9.0
rnguthertz rnguthertz

The SteelSeries Siberia V2 headset is by far one of the most comfortable headsets I have worn to date. The cushions for the ears are soft, the sound quality is astounding, the microphone sounds crystal clear and retracts with the lightest push. The one size fits all type of fit is amazing,...

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9.0
MasterX25 MasterX25

Before this, I've been using cheap Logitech headsets for gaming and voice chat. This was the first gaming headset I used, and I never regret it. My only issue with it is that it's not USB. But that's my problem for not buying the right one.

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8.0
CaptHatch CaptHatch

A sharp looking headset with good audio for voice chat, the highs may be a bit tinny for music. The retractable mic gives good quality while easily hidden when not needed. My only gripe is with the headband. The retractable cords that keep the band tight on the head sprung the first time I put...

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