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Steelseries Siberia Elite Prism Price by Country
Hong Kong HKD 1,666
Malaysia MYR 862
Philippines PHP 10,708
Singapore SGD 199

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Reviewed on 2015-07-15
Looks good; well designed, Extremely comfortable to wear, Soundcard, software and adapters included, Detailed, clean sound with excellent depth and soundstaging, Virtual surround sound works well for the most partSlight lack of accuracy in the virtual surround
Speaking of Danish manufacturer Steelseries, one of its latest products in India is the Siberia Elite Prism. At Rs. 16,999, it's a fair bit more expensive than a lot of competing products such as the Kingston HyperX Cloud II and Asus Strix Pro. Unlike Kin...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-18
This is the top of the range gaming headset, of the non-wireless-variety, from Steelseries. The sides glow in any of your 16.8 million favourite colours, or, sit steady on one tone if you prefer. It's actually a decent look with the serious black or white...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-21
Crystal clear sound, Can handle huge adjustments of the EQ without distorting the sound, Good quality microphone, Comfortable fit, Stunning aesthetics, Easy to use software, Wide range of connectivity options, Multiformat support, Cons, Volume over USB is...Volume over USB is too low, Dolby performance is great, but further hampers the volume
SteelSeries are one of the hottest gaming brands around, so I'm very happy today to have their flagship gaming headset, the Siberia Elite Prism, in the eTeknix office. The Siberia series has long proven to be a big hit with the gaming community, especiall...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-16
SteelSeries are one of the better known names in peripherals and their Siberia range has been impressing gamers for many years now. A number of months ago they began refreshing the product stack with new, enhanced models and today we take a look at the hi...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-01
Built like a tank, Highly customizable, Tight, controlled bass, Comfortable;The flat, rubberized is a dissapointment, Sidetone doesn't really provide proper feedback, Slightly tinny treble;
In the past months, I've checked SteelSeries' Siberia line-up, glossing over V3 Prism and the updated Elite in the process. This week, I intend to remedy that, and what better way to do so than by checking the new flagship, the Elite Prism.The Siberia Eli...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-26
Excellent comfort, Rich sound quality, Robust software, Stylish lightingShort default cable
The right combination of style, comfort and rich sound can elevate a gaming headset to greatness, and SteelSeries' Siberia Elite Prism hits all of those important notes. Offering form-fitting comfort and detailed audio, the aptly named Elite Prism is the ...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-11
Sleek aesthetic, Improved comfort (compared to original Elite), Customisable lighting, Bestinclass audio experience, Impressive build quality, Impressive v7.1 surround, Versatile/ modular, Great bundlePrice, Requires a DAC/ discrete sound card w/amp to get the best out of it
It was almost a year ago to the day when we took a look at the Siberia Elite gaming headset As impressive as it was, there were some downsides that made a fair few people unhappy One was the comfort, as we even noted ourselves, the grip was strong and the...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-08
Superb Build Quality, Design, Excellent Audio Quality (Crisp And Accurate Mids/Highs), Powerful Bass Levels, 7.1 Virtual Dolby Surround USB Sound Card (For Some), Extremely Comfortable, NoiseCancelling UniDirectional Retractable Microphone, Volume & Micro...Current Price (USA)
If things go as they should and all game publishers manage to roll-out their latest PC titles as planned 2015 may just turn out to be a great year for gamers around the world. The list of PC games scheduled for release in 2015 is very long but some of the...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-21
Stylish design, Highly customisable, Great audio quality and feature setNo Xbox One compatibility outofthebox, Too large for portable use, No wireless support
What is the SteelSeries Siberia Elite Prism? The SteelSeries Siberia Elite Prism is a mid-range wired gaming headset that's designed for Windows and Mac computers, PlayStation consoles, and mobiles and tablets. It costs around £170 at retail, and includes...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-16
Looks fancy, Microphone is much improved over last yearLack of volume, Looser fit results in more shifting
After just a single year on the market, the Siberia Elite gets a refresh with this year's Siberia Elite Prism. I really loved last year's Siberia Elite, so I was looking forward to getting my hands on this year's model. After using it for a couple of days...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-16
After just a single year on the market, the Siberia Elite gets a refresh with this year's Siberia Elite Prism. I really loved last year's Siberia Elite, so I was looking forward to getting my hands on this year's model. After using it for a couple of days...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-05
"From day one, SteelSeries has been focused on making high performance gaming gear used by the most demanding, top professional gamers worldwide and peripherals that provide superior quality and a competitive edge to gamers of all skill levels. We believe...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-22
For PC gamers, SteelSeries is a brand I don't need to reintroduce - for everyone else, SteelSeries is a company that has been a staple of PC gaming headsets (and other gaming products) for quite some time now. The company hit major success with its Siberi...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-17
The timing couldn't have been more perfect. I was in the midst of reviewing Alien: Isolation when the Siberia Elite Prism arrived at our office. What better way to test gaming headphones than with an atmospheric survival horror experience. One thing I've...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-30
When SteelSeries introduced their Siberia Elite I couldn't have been more excited. Sadly after testing I was left with a bit of a bad taste in my mouth. They weren't as comfortable as the Siberia v2 and I had a few audio issues as well. To the point where...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-30
Cosy padding, Easy setup, Rocksolid hardware, Awesome extrasComically large earcups, Poor surround sound, Audio takes tweaking
I have, in my possession, far too many headsets. I use the Beats Studio Wireless for music around the house. But, when I turn on a console, it's all about the latest set from Turtle Beach. And when I'm strolling around San Francisco, it's the Astro A38s –...
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