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Date: March 14th, 2005.
Article by: Jeff Caldwell (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product Submitted by: Icemat
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PRODUCT COMPOSITION / WALKTHROUGH



Inside the product box you will see the following: Headset, Cord Extender (with volume controller built on), HI-FI Adapter, Microphone, Mounting brace for microphone.



The connector for the cord extension has a handy volume controller built in for easy volume adjustments on the fly. The controller itself is rather heavy for such a small unit, so it pulls the headset slightly when left dangling.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Hooking up these headphones is rather easy; two color coded connectors: green for sound, pink for the microphone. You can opt to not plug the microphone in as it is actually a completely separate unit.



The microphone that comes with the Siberia headset is actually a completely separate unit that slides into holders on the headset wire. You can put this microphone on your shirt with the clip, or mount it on your desk with the L-Bracket. The microphone also comes with an on/off slider switch built onto it for muting purposes.

 

 


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