The SteelSeries Siberia v2 Natus Vincere Edition headset is the official headset of world champion gaming organization, Natus Vincere. Dominating Dota 2, StarCraft II, Counter-Strike and FIFA circuits around the globe, Na`Vi players sport this colorful headset that combines aesthetics with functionality and performance, all in one headset.
The earcups feature a noise reducing foam, which helps you to focus on the important audio or voice communication, and not being disturbed or interrupted by outside noise.
It’s one thing to have a beautiful exterior, but it’s what’s inside that makes these one of the best quality headsets on the market. A 50mm driver unit with crystal clear sound in high, low, and mid-range ensures quality output for multiple uses.
The Siberia v2 Natus Vincere Edition features a retractable microphone that can be hidden in the left earcup, which means you can use it when you need it, but don’t have to flash it in public if you don’t want to.
The integrated volume controller on the cord offers an option to handle sound volume manually. This feature is especially useful when you are using your Siberia v2 with other devices and don’t have swift access to setting volume levels in your software.
Both the Electronic Sports World Cup, the World Cyber Games and the IEM 4 World Championships titles for 2010 belong to Na`Vi.
Na`Vi’s Yegor “markeloff” Markelov took 1st when HLTV.org completed their list of 2010′s top20 Counter-Strike players.
Natus Vincere cashed in over $200,000 in gaming championship prize money in 2010. Bill Gates better watch out.
The original Siberia headset was the first headset ever to be released by SteelSeries, predecessor to Siberia v2.