If you're a popular attendee of gaming events, you've most likely seen the signs at LAN parties saying "NO SPEAKERS ALLOWED,” out of courtesy to other gamers so headphones are necessary. With all of the different styles, brands, and features, it can be fairly complicated to locate a nice quality headset while being economically priced, so you don't have to worry about them getting lost, broken, or stolen. Although Icemat is largely popular for their gaming mouse pads, in recent months they have been branching out into the audio market. One of these new Icemat audio products is the Siberia. Will the Icemat Siberia be able to keep the audiophiles intent on their gaming performance rather than wasting time trying to get the headset comfortably fit?
|Frequency Response:||18 - 28,000Hz|
|SPL @ 1kHz, 1V RMS:||99 - 104dB|
|Cable Length:||1.0 + 1.8 = 2.8m|
|Connection:||3.5 mm + 6.3 mm converter|
|Pick-Up Pattern:||Sensitive Unidirectional|
Once cracked open the Icemat Siberia revealed the actual headset, dynamic microphone, screen hanger with instructions, and a small advertisement for other Icemat products. It was nice to see the microphone be independent from the headset for once, since in many instances we enjoy listening to our audio in privacy while not communicating with the microphone, when at other times we enjoy talking on Ventrilo or Teamspeak. The screen hanger is a little L-shaped clip for attaching to the microphone to mount it wherever you desire, whether it be a laptop, monitor, etc... The clip mounts to any object by double-sided tape. All of the items were securely fastened inside the packaging, so everything arrived from Denmark in pristine condition.