SteelSeries’ Siberia v2 headset is one fof the most recofnized headsets in SteelSeries’ product lined. Today, we see the release of a new entrant to the Siberia model, the Heat Orange Siberia v2.
Bruce Hawver, CEO of SteelSeries, says: “Our Siberia v2 is one of the top-rated, most used and recognized headsets in the video game peripherals market. We believe in products that provide users with the best in-class technology with features intelligently designed for both form and function. Features like our noise-cancelling microphone and its ability to retract into the earcup when not in use, to the illumination and customization via our SteelSeries Engine software.”
The Heat Orange Siberia v2 is available for $119.99 from the SteelSeries website and features:
· HEAT ORANGE ILLUMINATION
Super-bright, orange LED lights that glow through the outer mesh grill on each earcup. The illumination offers 6 different modes and can be assigned to behavior and game specific profiles through the SteelSeries Engine, including: Active Mode (responsive pulsing to sound effects, music, and/or voice), Slow Pulse, Fast Pulse, High Bright, Low Bright and Off.
· SUPERIOR SOUND & COMFORT
It has an incredibly lightweight, over-the-head SteelSeries suspension design with an active noise-cancelling microphone and circumaural earcups that feature large, premium driver units, covered by black leather cushions for comfort and passive-noise reduction.
· NOISE-CANCELLING MICROPHONE & CONTROLS
The Siberia v2 Heat Orange features an active noise cancelling microphone system. The microphone processor reduces the “noise” and focuses on the sound that is closer to the mic, your voice. It can also retract into the left earcup when not in use. The headsets in-line volume and mute controls are found on a durable cord with a USB connector.
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