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PERIPHERALS

Icemat Siberia Headset
By: Rich Smith
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    2007-04-25

    Table of Contents:
  • Icemat Siberia Headset
  • Opening the box
  • The Extension
  • A closer look at the headphones
  • How do they sound?

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    A few months ago, I had the pleasure of reviewing the Siberia In:Ear headset from Icemat. This in-ear solution had dynamic sound, and was a joy to listen to and use. Today Iíve got my hands on the original Icemat Siberia headset, and Iím quite anxious to see how well they fare.

    Yeah, I know I'm doing these reviews backwards.  The Siberia headset was available before the Siberia In:Ear, but what can I say? I'm nothing if not unconventional.  So when Icemat offered to send us the Siberias for a test, I was quick to respond in the positive.  Besides, having been described as an audiophile by many, I love a quality headset.

    When the package arrived, the first thing that came to mind was how Leia-esque the headphones were.  These are over-the-ear headphones, and as such have a much higher profile than the Siberia In:Ear headset.  Let's take a quick look at the specs for this headset before opening the box.

    Headphone

     

    Frequency response:

    18 - 28.000 Hz

    Impedance:

    40 Ohm

    SPL@1kHz, 1V rms:

    99 - 104 dB

    Cable length:

    1.0 m + 1.8 m = 2.8 m / 9 ft.

    Jack:

    3.5 mm (6.3 mm converter included)

      

    Microphone

     

    Frequency response:

    80 - 15.000 Hz

    Impedance:

    2K Ohm

    Pick-up pattern:

    Uni-directional

    Sensitivity (1V/P@1 kHz):

    -38 dB

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