SteelSeries Siberia Elite Prism White ゲーミングヘッドセット 51190
Siberia Elite Prismは、ゲーミングヘッドセットでは究極の選択となる、優れたサウンド、信じられない程の快適性とハイエンドの機能を備えています。
受賞歴のあるSiberia Eliteの後継となるSiberia Elite Prismは、内外部のアップグレードにより、豪華でトーナメントグレードにふさわしい究極のゲーミングヘッドセットです。
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|価格||￥ 16,095||￥ 24,297||￥ 11,196||￥ 7,648||￥ 11,006||￥ 15,975|
|販売者||【 楽しいショッピング 】||e-zoa||Amazon.co.jp||Amazon.co.jp||Amazon.co.jp||Global Hospitality Japan☆米国より迅速発送！安心、丁寧な対応をお約束します☆|
|商品の寸法||19.89 x 20.7 x 10.49 cm||15 x 10 x 26 cm||4.7 x 21.6 x 19.7 cm||19 x 8 x 21 cm||5.84 x 23.37 x 22.35 cm||19.5 x 10 x 21 cm|
Sound wise, I love them. They have a great sound to them, on par with or better than my old pair. The suround sound I enjoy most when I'm playing online games just to hear where everything is around me. It gets me immersed into the game nicely! I also like the wireless feature. Gaming after work, I can get one of the two rechargable batteries it comes with to last 2 days before they need a charge. After purchasing these, I also decided to get a headphone stand to keep them from getting damaged while not in use, since my old pair's headband would get tweeked if I hung them or left them on uneven surfaces that would twist the headband. The ear pieces on these swivel to be able to almost lay flat against a surface, so it wouldn't have been an issue for them!
My biggest beef with these is they sit heavy on my head. Though I've seen reviwes state they're pretty light for wireless headsets, the padding on the very top that sits on the top of my skull flattens down quickly. If I've got a headache, I can't use these comfortably for very long and will constantly shift them around to keep using them. All the support lies on that top center portion because the sides don't clamp down hard enough on a smaller head like mine to give any relief. Also, I've found even after adjustment, the microphone tends to have playback into the headset if I'm too loud near it. It's a minor annoyance that I'll probably grow to ignore, and is one that I've had a hard time describing and finding a solution for. I'm definately not super tech savvy.
Overall, they're a great headset that I'll use the daylights out of, regardless of the cons. On a good day, they're not much of an issue, and I can get immersed enough in what I'm doing that I'm fully distracted from them. They are enough to dock it 1 to 1.5 stars. For the price, they're a nice wireless headset!
So far I've owned:
Locitech G930 (3x)
I owned the Logitech G930 for the longest period of time (6 years), but in that time I had to replace the headset 2 times, purchasing a new headset every time as Logitech decided to welch on their warranty every time I went to get them repaired.
I went balls out and bought the AS50's after I decided to stop giving Logitech my money, but was somewhat disappointed with the audio quality and ease of use. They also had a strange issue were all headset button presses produced a tone on VoIP/Discord/TS3, so they went to the wayside fairly quickly.
I went back to the G930's briefly before I discovered the Siberia 800's.
#1 BEST THING: The replaceable battery, oh my god! Such a revelation to never have to plug these headphones in to recharge them. Yes Yes Yes!
Good 7.1 Surround Sound
Good wireless reception/range.
Good quality microphone
Good headset controls
Comfort. The G930s set the benchmark for comfort IMO, could wear them for hours without having any discomfort. The newly purchased Siberia 800's ear cups were pretty hard when first purchased, but broke in after a while, but still aren't quite as comfortable as the G930's
The sound isolation is very bad. The AS50's had the same issue (having foam ear cups with a foam covering), but I'm unsure of why the 800's have such bad sound isolation having leather (or faux leather) ear cups, I feel they should isolate noise better than they actually do. I can very clearly hear my computer fan when gaming, even over the sound of the game (I don't play with volume super loud though)
Decent quality, although not a hint of metal anywhere in the construction. I often have issues with the head band distorting and not keeping the same position on my head, which was not an issue with the G930's
The external battery charger/LCD unit. I know why it's there (to charge the battery) but it seems overly engineered for what it does. I've touched the controls once since installing it, I only use it for battery charging.
Setup is difficult. I didn't see anywhere in the documentation that it states you NEED optical audio output to get 7.1, but 7.1 won't work without it. Even then, you still have to know which device to actually use for the audio output in the Windows Device Manager.
The Price. $299 for the Siberia 800's (Actually $240 right now), or $330!!!!!! for the Siberia 840's is very expensive for what you get. The Siberia 800's operate at near the top of the range as far as comfort & features go, yet I can't help but feel you get 90% of the features for 40% of the price with the Logitech G930 headset.