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Steelseries Siberia RAW Prism Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelSiberia RAW Prism
DateSep 2014
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired
USB connectivity
Cable length1.5 m
Ear couplingSupraaural
Headphone frequency20 - 20000 Hz
Impedance32 Ω
Acoustic systemClosed
Headphone sensitivity94 dB
Headset typeBinaural
Wearing styleHead-band
Colour of productWhite

Steelseries Siberia RAW Prism Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2015-06-01
T o buy a set of gaming cans at the $60-80 price range usually means compromise. With the Siberia Raw Prism Steel Series has managed to defeat the big trade-offs. They're comfortable, and this is something you just never see at this price. Large earcups e...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-18
Lightweight frame, Soft mesh padding, 16.8 million colors, Engine 3 software, DesignEar cups a little small, Short USB cable, Non-extendable microphone,
Recently I did a review on the KidzGear Headset. Today I will be reviewing the Siberia Raw Prism from SteelSeries. With that said, I believe recently doing a review on another headset will help me gain perspective on the performance of the Siberia Raw Pri...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-27
Over-ear headphones suit a certain market. They are designed to be used usually in one place and be comfortable and as immersive as possible. The pads should sit around the ear on the skull with the ear free inside the gap. I expect to be able to wear the...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-20
Inexpensiv, fun LED lightin, excellent softwareMuddy sound qualit, weak microphon, poor music performance
A gaming headset doesn't have to look pretty to succeed, but good aesthetics don't hurt. The SteelSeries Raw Prism ($60) delivers mediocre quality at a low price, though its lights make it more colorful than the standard gaming headset. The Raw Prism won'...
Reviewed on 2015-02-18
Almost flat signature, Engine 5band EQ, Great Price;Tiny soundstage;
Continuing my expanded look into SteelSeries' Siberia gaming-headset series, this week, I'm checking the low-end, budget model, the RAW Prism.Late last year, SteelSeries has updated their Siberia line-up, providing updated versions (and at least one new a...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-06
Unfussy, Reliable cans that don't disappoint in terms of sound, Comfortable, ColourfulObviously budget, Lacks features, Can't connect to your phone
The major selling point of SteelSeries' new budget gaming headset, the Siberia RAW Prism, is colour.Over 16 million different colours, actually.Prism is the name of SteelSeries' RGB colour customisation tech, used to change the hue of the illuminating rin...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-21
Comfortable and light, Mediocre, PricingPoor microphone, Low overall volume, Nonmodular cables
'Raw' by definition means unprocessed, unrefined, fresh or pure So in context, SteelSeries are describe their Raw products as a straightforward, clean design This results in a minimalistic design approach that offers a sleek aesthetic in a simple material...
Reviewed on 2014-12-15
Decent sound for the price, Classy-looking designCheap mesh earpieces, Terrible microphone
SteelSeries has been a major contender in the headset market for years, thanks to its Siberia V2 headset. The DNA of the V2 still exists in the company's slightly higher-end V3 model (look for a review from us soon) but this time around SteelSeries decide...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-21
The major difference between this and the Siberia is in the earcup and headband design. It's another closed-cup model, but this time with an adjustable band (rejoice, fellow tiny-heads!) finished with a generous cushioned pad. The same cushioning and fabr...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-25
SteelSeries Siberia Raw Prism Gaming Headset is the first headset in a long time that I actually don't mind wearing. Most of the time when I'm playing games on my PC, I'll wear the headset around my neck and use it only for the built-in microphone. Typica...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-15
Whenever I write about the awesome toys from SteelSeries, you lot jump all over me to tell me that despite being wonderful accessories, you simply can't afford them. Well, here is a headset in the budget range. Can SteelSeries make something worthwhile fo...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-03
While I suspect the Siberia V3 and even the Siberia Elite Prism will get the most attention with SteelSeries introducing an entire new product lineup. They also slipped in a new product the Siberia RAW Prism. We already know that Prism represents the full...
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