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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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CONCLUSIONS & AFTERTHOUGHTS



The Icemat Siberia is a very good set of audio equipment for the everyday gaming enthusiast. I really don't have many bad things I can say about this product. Other than Icemat installing a few more air holes in the ear pieces to completely get rid of the sweating after prolonged periods of time, the volume controller also should be made slightly lighter so that it can hang without you being able to feel a pull on the speaker wire. Possibly some sort of clip could be incorporated into it as well.


The Siberia headphones are somewhat pricey compared to other manufacturer's equivalent options, though I believe that it will be worth it for the sound quality you will be enjoying.


Pros:


- Excellent Quality
- "Looks Damn Cool"
- Very comfortable


Cons:


- Availability
- Pricey
- Volume Controller is heavy
- Needs a little more ventilation.



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