SteelSeries Siberia 840 Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅07-06-17
Packaging & First Look

The front livery features a large image of the product along with information about the supported technologies, including Dolby and Bluetooth.

The reverse side features information about all the included items, as well as information about the 2.4GHz wireless connectivity and the transmitter box, and SteelSeries Engine 3 support.

Inside the packaging is a universal power adaptor with US, EU, UK, and JP plug adaptors, 2x 1000mAh batteries (one already installed inside the headset), power cable, USB cable, guide book, optical cable, Xbox 360 chat cable, Xbox one/PS4 chat cable, mobile cable, and an 'analogue' cable.

The transmitter box features a large OLED display for easy viewing and navigation for setup/customisation and source selection, a large front dial than can be pressed in, and a menu button.

On the right side you will find a slot which is a dock to charge the included batteries. You can only charge one at a time, but this shouldn't cause any issues for most people.

The rear side features an analogue in port, a chat out port, power-in, mini USB connection, and an optical in/out port.

The headset itself features large cushioned earcups highlighted with the SteelSeries burning orange colour. The headset frame is mostly plastic with some metal (plated) parts.

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