|Series||SteelSeries Siberia 800 Lag-Free Wireless Gaming Headset with OLED Transmit|
|Item model number||61302|
|Item Weight||1.11 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 7.6 x 3.9 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7.48 x 7.64 x 3.94 inches|
|Batteries||2 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
SteelSeries Siberia 800 Lag-Free Wireless Gaming Headset with OLED Transmitter and Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound
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- Lag-free 2.4GHz wireless audio with up to 40ft/12m range and more than 20 hours of battery life. For the Siberia 800, all settings can be changed via the OLED screen on the transmitter. You can use the share port on the headset with the mobile cable (4pole 3.5mm). The headset should be turned off when using it this way.
- OLED transmitter delivers complete audio control and charges included swappable headset batteries
- Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound on PC (stereo audio available on Mac, PS4, Xbox One, VR, Switch, and Mobile)
- On-ear convenient controls to adjust audio settings, volume and mute
- Memory foam ear cushions deliver long-lasting comfort
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SteelSeries Siberia 800 Gaming Headset
Siberia 800 cuts the cord to deliver exceptional audio in a brilliantly designed wireless headset. Get crystal clear audio and cutting edge performance on all of your platforms.
Immerse yourself in incredible virtual 7.1 surround sound. While most headsets simply feature Dolby Headphone, we feature three different Dolby technologies: Dolby Headphone, Dolby Digital, and Dolby Pro Logic IIx.
Why settle for listening to high end audio on just one device when you can have it wherever you want? We've designed this headset to be as flexible as you are.
SteelSeries built a multiplatform headset to connect to all your gaming and entertainment systems. Siberia 800 works on PC, Mac, Xbox One (with adapter), PlayStation 4, home entertainment systems, phones, and tablets. We even threw in a Sound Share port for when a friend wants to join in on the action.
Never lose power, never go wired. With so many possible sources of entertainment, we don’t want you running out of battery mid-session. Knowing that, we included two 20-hour lithium-ion batteries, which can be changed mid-action without the hassle of any cables or wires. The spare battery charges inside the transmitter so it's ready when you need it.
Siberia 800 uses continuous frequency hopping technologies to prevent any interference. The competition waits for interference to be detected before changing channels. We just avoid it completely.
Siberia 800 delivers the lowest latency in the industry. Many wireless headsets have variable latency, where audio sometimes slows down or speeds up depending on the lag. Our audio stream is fixed, giving you consistent and smooth audio delivery.
Stylish matte black look throughout most of the headset, paired with a glossy finish adorns the sides of the ear cups while a touch of SteelSeries Orange highlights the inner ear cup and stitching. Memory foam padding on the headband and earcups provides enduring comfort for long sessions.
The powerful OLED transmitter lets you take control of important features that fine tune your gaming experience. These customizations let you control the balance of voice chat and modify your EQ settings.
Living Room Elegance
Looks aren’t everything? Tell that to the ugly headsets. While we believe audio comes first and foremost, it doesn’t hurt that Siberia 800 has a simple, yet striking design. Both the headset and the transmitter offer up a modern allure that assures it won’t look out of place at home or on the go.
The on-earcup controls make adjustments quick and intuitive. With the control wheel, you can adjust volume and navigate the most commonly used settings right from your seat.
|Siberia 150||Siberia 200||Siberia 350||Siberia 650||Siberia 800|
|RGB illuminated Ear Cups||✓||✓||✓|
|Virtual Surround Sound||DTS Headphone:X 7.1||Dolby Pro Logic IIx and Dolby Headphone 7.1||Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, and Dolby Headphone 7.1|
|Microphone||Onboard Mic, Omnidirectional||Retractable Mic, Unidirectional||Retractable Mic, Unidirectional||Retractable Mic, Unidirectional, Noise Suppression||Retractable Mic, Mute LED, Unidirectional, Noise Suppression|
|Earcup Features||Protein Leather, Mute Button (Left Earcup)||Protein Leather, Inline Mute and Volume Controls||Memory-foam Padding, On-cable Volume Controls, Mute Switch (Left Earcup)||Memory-foam Padding, Mute Switch (Left Earcup), Volume Dial (Right Earcup)||Memory-foam Padding, Mute/Power (Right Earcup), Volume Dial (Right Earcup)|
|Connection||USB||Dual 3.5mm, 3-pole plugs, Single 3.5mm, 4-pole plug adapter||USB||USB, Single 3.5mm, 4-pole plug, Dual 3.5mm, 3-pole plugs||No Lag Wireless, 20-hour Battery Life, (2) Swappable Li Batteries, Receiver w/ OLED Display|
The Siberia 800 delivers professional audio without compromise. The headset is lag free, low latency, and features three Dolby surround sound technologies. The Siberia 800 works on virtually all platforms. Tune the audio with the stunning OLED display or remotely on the headset itself. Two hot-swappable batteries and a built in charger allow for unlimited play time. Chat Mix and LiveMix offer customizable control to ensure the right balance of audio and chat. Cables are included for listening on PlayStation, Xbox 360, PC, Mac, mobile devices, home theatres, media centres and more. Listen to vibrant audio from your desk, on the go or from the comfort of your couch.
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Pros: 1) WIRELESS RANGE from the transmitter to the headset is great. In our mid-sized house I am nearly able to make it from my bedroom to the opposite end of the house without losing the signal. 2) DUAL BATTERIES have truly transformed how I feel about wireless headsets. Since the second battery is always charging in the transmitter for the headset, I never need to remember to plug it in when I'm not using it, or break the wireless experience to charge it while using it. 3) GENERAL FIT is not the best out there, but it's still a pro. After breaking it in, it doesn't feel too tight, the leather is soft, and although the plastic build feels a little cheap, it keeps everything pretty light for a wireless headset.
Cons: 1) PRICE is really high for a wireless gaming headset. If you care a lot about getting what you pay for, you might be better off giving up relatively little for a much better value: Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum Wireless 7.1 Surround Gaming Headset
2) CONTROLS feel a little unintuitive on the headset. They make great use of the two buttons and volume wheel, but it's not enough to interact with all the features in a practical manor. This has made changing input sources and using Bluetooth somewhat of a pain to figure out, but I get by.
3) SUB-PREMIUM FEEL is something I've already touched on, and it's REALLY easy to overlook while using the headset, but it's still a $300 plastic headset.
I've had the headset for about 10 months and the cheap feel has proven to not be a compromise on its durability. Given that it's a $300 headset, I HAVE taken good care of it, but people that have broken this headset through "light mistreatment" probably don't have any business using a $300 headset. Just be certain that this is what you want, and that you can "handle" it. All this being said, I don't regret my purchase at all.
P.S. Apologies for the poor lighting in the pictures.
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.