Reviews and Problems with Creative Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage
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I used to own a Tactic 3D Sigma which were much softer and better. The ear cushions are thinner too
Amazon Customer, Amazon
26 December 2015
Summary: Works well as a headset but quite a few problems. Owned for 3 years. The ear and top of head cushions are very hard. The top of my head hurts after an hour. I used to own a Tactic 3D Sigma which were much softer and better.
Summary: they were great when i bought them but they are falling apart and trouble some i am now looking for a new pair of head phones because these were just a waste of money in the long run
Pros: good sound ok mic look great
Cons: over extended use the head phones detached from the head band i had to fix using glue and rubber bands. the battery life dramatically decreased so wireless head phones are now forced to stay wired to maintain charge.
Summary: I contacted the company to get a replacement mic and explained the problem, they asked me to take pictures and email them back, did, never received any contact after that. I bought Corsair after and have never looked back, love Corsair products and support team.
Pros: Decent input and output quality.
Cons: Cheap Plastic, Charger input on earphone broke off inside and stopped working. Mic Would spin in socket and was not well designed. Heavy and uncomfortable.
Summary: Would have gotten less eggs if it hadn't been for how good they were While they worked!
Pros: Great sound quality at a good price. Control panel has excellent soundmixing and lighting options and presets. Voice changer controls are a good source of comedy when your feeling silly.
Cons: Didn't last like I wanted them too. After about 3 months(Bought 2/13/2014)started getting random disconnect/reconnects. Finally bit the dust entirely around the first of october. You get what you pay for sometimes I guess.
WILL NOT play through your dedicated PCI sound card EVEN IF ITS A SOUNDBLASTER
Matthew Buchwalter, Amazon
14 September 2014
Summary: I really wanted to like these headphones, they were comfortable, had cool lights with on-headset mute and volume controls. However, if you have a dedicated sound card, EVEN a SoundBlaster series it WILL NOT play through that PCIe bus because it is a USB device.
the sound is GREAT but the ear pads are to thin & the ...
7 September 2014
Summary: the sound is GREAT but the ear pads are to thin & the head band makes the earphone press against the head far far to much. because of the before mentioned my ears get very hot. after 2hrs, i have no choice but to take a break from the headphones for the ears to recover.