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Steel Series Siberia P800

alaTest has collected and analyzed 70 reviews of Steel Series Siberia P800. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. Reviewers really like the portability and design. The comfort and usability also get good feedback. The noise isolation and price get critical views. Opinions are divided on the size.

sound, usability, comfort, design, portability

price, noise isolation

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Steel Series Siberia P800 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Chris (

SteelSeries Siberia 800 Wireless Gaming Headset Review


Today we will be covering the Siberia 800 Gaming Headset. This headset may look familiar as it is the rebranded H-Wireless. Not much has changed from that version to the Siberia 800. SteelSeries must of thought the headset fit better in the Siberia...

Smooth, glossy finish ; Cutting-Edge Compatibility ; Dolby® Audio ; Swappable Batteries ; Retractable microphone ; Tons of accessories for all you devices

I really wish these had the suspension headband (not really a con but a wish!)

In conclusion, For as many accessories and the difficulty of setting up a wireless headset, SteelSeries has done a bang up job on making the process as seamless as possible. In all honestly all you do is plug the correct cords in and set a profile for...

May, 2016

Consumer review (

Good product with some hiccups and avoidable missteps.


If one can overlook the cons, this headset is a decent product and should be considered among others in its market segment especially if found on sale. If SteelSeries releases an update to this product, they'd only need to include proper software...

The headset is fairly comfortable (see cons), and provides plenty of cushioning to ensure long multi-hour sessions are headache free. The sound quality is as should be expected. Dolby 7.1 surround sound delivers clean audio wirelessly at advertised...

The faux leather makes the headset rather hot. While the headset isn't fully adjustable to fit people's heads that aren't "average". With all of the cables and accessories this headset includes, you would think there'd be a carrying bag. There isn't....

May, 2016

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Wonderfully Comfortable Sound


The Siberia 800's are the most full featured and best sounding set of headphones I have owned and I have owned the MTX StreetAudio iX1 and the SteelSeries Siberia v2 among many others. I tested the Siberia 800's using PC via USB and optical...

Versatile -- compatible with PC, MAC, Xbox one, PlayStation 4 and smartphones. They sound really, really good Transmitter allows for equalization. There are some presets and allows for user to define their own Dolby Headphone (digital signal processing...

Documentation...There is NONE beyond the meager pamphlet included, I realize manuals have gone they way of the Dodo. They have been replaced by contextual help but since there is NO software, even that is not possible. Some sound cards will notify the...

May, 2016

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Great Features


This is a very nice headset, with so few cons and so many pros how could I not recommend them? Thank you for taking the time to read my review I hope it helps you make your final discussion William

So there is lots of ground to cover here in the pros sections so let's get started. The transmission base for this headset is the biggest pro, you can switch between four displays, and it has a nice LCD display that is not the headache making bright...

So we will start with the biggest con I can find with this headset, the top band is not adjustable. For me this is a big issue I have a hat size of 7 so on the smaller end of the spectrum when it comes to head size if you have a smaller head them me...

May, 2016

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Fantastic headset with a couple minor flaws


Overall, the Siberia 800 is a fantastic headset. It makes my Siberia V2 seem like child's play. However, I think a $200-250 price range is more realistic as it sits now. But, throw in a high quality padded carry bag, SteelSeries branded Velcro cable...

• Super comfortable to wear thanks to the plush padding in the headband and ear cups. Also, reasonably light weight, which means I don’t get fatigued wearing them. • Superb sound quality over digital inputs (optical and USB). 40mm drivers provide...

• Downside to the plush padding and faux leather ear cups is that the headset insulates body heat, making them hot to wear for extended periods of time. • Very little passive noise cancelling. I can hold a conversation across a room while wearing the...

May, 2016

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Sticker shock but if you want quality it cost money


Well over all if you're looking for a great set of gaming headphones or just a set of wireless headphones that can attach to just about anything, here they are They hold a heavy price tag but you're buying quality here and a great sound I love these...

These babies are great (THE SIBERIA 800 by Steelseries) What more could you ask for \\\\Great design of the retail box//// Hooks up to everything (PS, xbox360, xbox1, PlayStation connection A & B, PC & Mac) I hooked it to my PC – And programmed the...

What more can you ask for WELL: A nice touch would have been a nice cloth bag for each cable and labeled to indicate what cable is in the bag, instead of the plastic bags they are in and are labeled -- Also range of a good wireless connection is about...

May, 2016

Consumer review (

SteelSeries is Not a Good Company


It sounds ok, that is, if you have the setup required to use it.

The problem comes when SteelSeries doesn't inform their customers that this device doesn't support surround sound through the USB interface. They claim it's a surround sound headset, but that's only via optical in. Anything else, you're stuck in stereo...

Apr, 2016

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Tried the rest, this wireless headset is the best on the market for perfomance reasons...



-Look good in gloss black, clean look, fit well. -Wireless performance is the best out of all other gaming wireless headsets ex. A50, hyperx cloud2, creative, corsair, and razor. -User interface is basic, simple and fast. Has multiple sound modes,...

-Price, but it's worth it. -Has 40mm drivers instead of 50mm drivers and up. No big deal for me.

Mar, 2016

Consumer review (

Great design, and great sound!


I have a mouse and this headset from SteelSeries. They make a superb product and I would highly recommend it.

Solid build quality. Very comfortable, which was one of my top priorities. My last headset would hurt my head after an hour or two. This I can wear all day. The sound is superb for this price range. Highs and lows sound really good, and the surround is...

Not really a con, but I had a problem with the side tone being very distorted. SteelSeries wasted no time, and replaced the unit promptly. Great customer service.

Mar, 2016

Consumer review (

Steelseries Siberia P800


Very comfortable, the most comfortable headset I have found. Wireless range is about average. 2 batteries easy setup

battery cover is awkward to get on/off does not work properly with Creative X-Fi Titanium optical connection with separate chat channel over USB, there is a conflict.

May, 2016

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