The Listening Experience
When it comes to 'The Listening Experience' of the SteelSeries Siberia v3, I have nothing but good news to report. Music sounded great, so when the right track is played, you can really feel that bass. I listen to mainly orchestral soundtracks when I'm working, with the Siberia v3 having some great highs, and even better lows.
Listening to the wide variety of tracks from Hans Zimmer, in the form of the scores from Interstellar and Man of Steel were nothing short of great. For a pair of headphones that cost less than $100, they are surprisingly crisp, clear and powerful.
Gaming, oh the gaming. I played Battlefield 4, Watch Dogs and Team Fortress 2 with the SteelSeries Siberia v3, and I have nothing but good things to report.
When playing Battlefield 4, the bullets hitting the walls and rocks beside me felt crisp and real. The clarity of the headset is really prominent during first-person shooters. Team Fortress 2 gave me the same feel, so when my Pyro was blasting fire around me as the Medic to ensure that no Spies were trying to backstab me, it felt like I had a flamethrower in my office.
Watch Dogs has great surround audio, where I could hear specific beats coming from cars as I walked through traffic and across the street. The level of immersion definitely increases with the SteelSeries Siberia v3.
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