Headphones aren't just for listening to music anymore -- they're for video games, movies, and teleconferencing, to name a few uses. Can an expensive pair of headphones really make a difference to your listening pleasure and comfort? Icemat's Siberia aims to do just that; KaoMAN checks it out to see whether it measures up to its price tag.
Icemat has been known for their great mouse pads for years. Rightfully, the company's market niche has always revolved around the gamer. With the economic influence of games becoming more prevalent, it was only natural for the company to expand to other gamer-heavy markets. Icemat's first such foray puts them in the highly competitive audio market, where other computer-enthusiast-focused companies, such as Zalman, have also begun to venture.
Icemat's first audio product was the Icemat Audio MP3, a product that's made a few waves, but is, like the company, still under the mainstream radar. Today, we're testing the second product under the Icemat Audio banner, the Siberia Multi Headset. Are these headphones as cool as their namesake, or is this another tepid first impression by a company that's still trying to figure out how to grow?
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