SteelSeries Unveils LED Backlit Siberia V2 Frost Blue Headset


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Press Release

Award-Winning Siberia v2 Design with Customizable, Super-Bright Blue LED Lighting and Advanced Customizable Settings

SteelSeries the leading manufacturer of premium-quality, competitive gaming peripherals, today announced that the Siberia v2 Frost Blue Headset is now available online in the SteelSeries Web Shop for $119.99/€119.99 MSRP.

Awarded for its unique design and superior sound quality, the Siberia v2 Frost Blue Headset combines the classic Siberia style with illumination, control, and features including:

Super-bright, blue LED lights that glow through the outer mesh grill on each earcup. The illumination offers 6 different modes and can be assigned to behavior and game specific profiles through the SteelSeries Engine, including: Active Mode (responsive pulsing to sound effects, music, and/or voice), Slow Pulse, Fast Pulse, High Bright, Low Bright and Off.

It has an incredibly lightweight, over-the-head suspension design with an active noise-cancelling microphone and circumaural earcups that feature 50mm driver units, covered by grey leather cushions for a noise-dampening sound.

The Siberia v2 Frost Blue also features an active noise cancelling, “smart” microphone system. The microphone processor reduces the “noise” and focuses on the sound that is closer to the mic, your voice. It can also retract into the left earcup when not in use. The headsets in-line volume and mute controls are found on a durable, double-braided nylon cord with a USB connector.

The Siberia v2 Frost Blue Headset has been tested and used by some of the most recognized professional gamers on the competitive gaming circuit including, Team EG’s Chris “HuK” Loranger and Geoff “iNcontroL” Robinson, who are both currently competing with this SteelSeries headset style.

Additional details and images of the SteelSeries Siberia v2 Frost Blue can be found here.


  1. Too bad Siberia V2’s are so uncomfortable for long periods of use and compared to many $35-80 headphones the sound quality is actually really bad and leaves something to be desired. The mic is decent quality. They do have a unique look to them (especially now with the LED) but other than that you’re just not getting what you’re paying for. I guess it’s possible they improved the quality over their previous models but it would have to be a big improvement to be worth that price.

    • I actually think they are the most comfortable headphones I have ever worn. Also the sound isnt the best compared to more expensive headphones but its significantly better than any $35 headphones that I have used.

      • I’m sorry to break it to you but then you haven’t worn many headsets/headphones. Just as an example but the JVC HA-RX700 ($30-35 on Amazon) annihilates the sound quality of the Siberias. Koss PortaPros, Samson SR850, Takstar HI 2050, Audio Technica ATH-AD700 (this one is miles better than Siberia ($80-100), Harman AKG GHS1 (headset).

  2. I swear they have listed these on the website for a long time. I remember looking at all the colours and branded versions atleast 4 months ago and seeing frost as an option

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