The Xiberia V10 gaming headset is a budget headset produced by Xiberia, a Chinese company that produces PC gaming headsets. I own a few of their headsets including the T19’s which are a higher end gaming headset and the E2’s which are a wallet-friendly gaming headset. The V10 sits at the lower end of the scale just above the E2 headset thanks to its low price of £19.99 at the time of this review.
Xiberia V10 Gaming Headset features
- Dual 50mm drivers provide a crisp, rich and distortion free sound. Resonating bass offers a full range-listening experience.Strong bass, crystal clear audio.
- The suspension style headband automatically conforms to the user’s head and is designed for comfort during long periods of use.The memory foam ear cups seal out unwanted noises, yet fit very ergonomically around the ears.
- Along the cord is an integrated controller with a rotary volume adjuster, microphone mute, and LED toggle control.
- 7.2 feet of premium industrial strength wire ensures longevity and no audio quality loss.
- With 3-D spatial audio configuration perfectly suits gamers and audiophiles alike.
Xiberia V10 Gaming Headset design
The Xiberia V10 gaming headset looks quite good, thanks in particular to the grey/black color scheme they have. The overall design also looks fantastic as it has a modern gaming finish to it, but with the low price does come the slightly lower grade plastics used which has a hollow feel to them, while I prefer much sturdier feeling materials, there is an upside to this hollow plastic and that is of course that it makes the headset incredibly light which in turn makes it really comfortable to wear.
There’s an adjustable headband that adjusts automatically thanks to a thin flexible wire and just above this is a supportive structure that hides all the cabling that runs from earcup to earcup. The headband is lovely and soft, while the ear padding is nice and thick for extra comfort during use.
When it comes to durability the 7.2-foot long cable is fantastic. It has a strong rubber coating on the outside that compared to normal rubber coating feels almost industrial like. It’s also long enough for me to be able to sit comfortably at my desk with the freedom to still move my head and neck. Slightly down the cable is a control box that has two buttons and a dial. The dial is for adjusting the volume, one button activates and deactivates the LED system and the other button activates and deactivates the microphone.
I’m very pleased the microphone used on the V10 headset is fully flexible which means instead of only being able to move up and down, it can also be moved in and out, which means I can position it closer or further away from my mouth.
There’s also a LED system present here that looks fantastic as it cycles through several different colors. The LED are located on each earcup and can be turned on or off using the in-line control box on the cable.
Xiberia V10 Gaming Headset audio and microphone quality
With dual 50mm audio drivers, the V10’s offer a fantastic audio quality, that delivers decent heights and trebles whether in a game, listening to music or watching a movie. The bass could be a bit better though as it’s not as high as some of the other headsets I have used. It’s not much of a problem as bass is present but may not be good enough for true music fans.
The microphone on the V10’s is ok but could be better, for example, it could be a bit louder when it comes to picking up voices and delivering them. It ok for gaming and chat though, so long as you aren’t too quiet of a speaker. Of course, you can also make adjustments using PC software if you can find any.
The Xiberia V10 Gaming Headset is a fantastic headset for the price. It looks nice and is really good in terms of audio. The microphone could be a bit better but this isn’t really too much of an issue in my opinion. The V10’s really are a bargain not to be missed.
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