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Cooler Master Storm Sirus 5.1 Gaming Headset

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Final Thoughts

 

 

So here we go with my final thoughts about the Cooler Master Storm Sirus Headset.

Anyone can put together a great looking headset, but if they do not work well then what is the use. Cooler Master has spent a lot of time trying to perfect the sounds that are emitted from the 5.1 headphones and it shows. Pushing the sounds through four speakers in each ear piece you are given as close to real life sounds as possible. The sounds are crisp and clear and with the new Tactical Mixing Console – which will give you an unfair advantage- you can really fine tune how the sound is delivered.

But even at that if you cannot wear a headset for long gaming session, it does not matter how well they sound. The Sirus has plenty of comfort and adjusts that should make them a breeze to wear for hours one end. I know my butt gave out way before ears and head did.

I would like to that if you decide to use either the USB or discreet sound that you could use them both with the Tactical Mixing Console. Using the “other” software to control the sounds was OK, but i quickly got used to and missed the Tactical Mixing Console ease of volume control and muting the Uni-directional microphone.

 

 

 

If you have not played any games with a 5.1 headset them either A) find someone who has a set and give them a try or B) just buy a set and I promise you will wont regret it.

For a first effort in the high end gaming headset market I will have to say that Cooler Master has given it a great shot and has come very close to perfection with the CM Storm Sirus.

Pros


Cons


+ Light weight for the size
+ Easy to set up
+ Two different ways to connect to PC
+ No external power needed

– Software at press release time is lacking

Modders-Inc Hardware Score

 

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