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SS 7h usb vs SS siberia v2 usb

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what you think better?
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They both look ok, but probably the Siberia because of the price difference. I don't see the 7H being worth it for $100+...other headphones in that range beat it out (same with the Siberia for its price, though). I have a Siberia V1 (3.5mm) and it's alright - selling it now, though. The pads aren't quite deep enough for my ears, and it isn't that impressive overall.

3.5mm might serve you better than USB regardless of whether you have onboard sound. It's a standard audio interface, and if you ever invest so much as $40 on a sound card (or if the onboard is decent), you'll probably regret getting a USB headset. You're paying for the headphones and for the internal sound processing instead of just for the headphones.

Try looking at other headphone threads in the forum - the most highly recommended headphones and headsets in various price ranges are in there. Also, as is said in most of the headphone threads, unless an attached mic is a must, definitely consider buying a separate mic for cheap.

Sorry I can't be of more help on the SteelSeries sets.
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i need headphones that will be good for music, and gaming, more music i guess.
friend of mine recommended on this two. and he said bettere usb version becuase of the virtual sound.
i from what i understood of what he said, the Siberia got deeper bass and they bettere for music.
what you say.
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