CM Storm Sirus 5.1 Gaming Headset Review

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CM Storm Sirus 5.1 Gaming Headset Review

Conclusion

Straight out of the box the Sirus headset feels like a quality product. It has a solid feel to it, a weight that indicates a well-built product. The tactical mixing console is nicely designed, and is very easy to use. The turn style design of the volume control is convenient as we can make adjustments without having to look away from the on screen action.

The quality of components used in the Sirus is also impressive. With gold plated connectors used throughout we had no issues with the performance of this headset. CM Storm have also provided direct connectors if we already have a quality sound card and didn’t need to use the tactical mixing console. We also find a spare pair of ear cushions, which is something that some companies would not have included and would have charged for, which adds to the overall package.

The Sirus is a high end performance headset, however given the quality of components used and the items included with the headset the price of around £110/$125 seems appropriate.

Summary
The Sirus will appeal to anyone looking for a high end true 5.1 surround sound headset. Equally comfortable handing game audio, team speak or movies & music the Sirus offers high end performance for gamers or audiophiles.

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