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SteelSeries 7H Headset Review

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“What’s that?” My fiancé asked, his eyes wide, as I pulled the attractively packaged headset out of my bag and onto my desk.

“It’s the SteelSeries 7H headset I was given to review.” I responded. “You can have it when I’m done.”

I didn’t think there was an issue with what I’d just promised. At the time, it even sounded logical: I tend to stick to single player games where a microphone isn’t necessary, whereas my fiancé never leaves the land of multiplayer. Common sense dictated that he would put it to better use. The problem was, I hadn’t even taken the headset out the box yet.

The first pang of regret came when I put it on. It was really comfortable. Strong but flexible, the headset fit itself perfectly to my narrow, child-sized head without any sign of slippage. The ear cushions hugged pleasantly around my ears to minimise background noise.

“Dammit.” I thought. Read the rest of this entry

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SteelSeries Spectrum 7XB Xbox 360 Headset Review

Let me start off by saying this SteelSeries Spectrum 7XB Xbox 360 Headset review was late because I was busy testing them and testing them and then trying them out some more.The TL;DR here is if you’ve got the money and you’re in the market for a wireless headset, go pick these up. You won’t be sorry. Read on for details.

(Caveat: SteelSeries has kindly provided a trial set of headphones to JTM. This is not a buy and try review.) Read the rest of this entry

SteelSeries Siberia V2 PS3 Headset Review

As an audiophile, I refuse to play blockbuster games without having it connected to my Philips home theater system. However since I live in a condo, blasting my subwoofer tends to annoy my neighbors. They’re a nice old couple, and I don’t really want to cause them any headaches because of my penchant for high fidelity audio experiences.

So it was a nice change of pace when I managed to get ahold of the SteelSeries Siberia V2 full-size headset. Compatible with the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC, the Siberia V2 headset offers exceptional quality audio experience and acts as one of the best headset communicators for the PS3 for a very affordable price at $89.99.

Hit the jump for the full review.

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