Reviews and Problems with Creative Sound Blaster Tactic3D Sigma
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TechBargains Review - Creative Sound Blaster Tactic 3D Sigma Headset
17 April 2014
Summary: We were pleasantly surprised by the Sigma -- once we were able to get it working. Again, be aware that you may need to rely upon patches and support forums to alleviate possible driver freezes with your machine, and you may run into some interference issues if you've got a lot of equipment nearby.
Pros: Comfortable Headset:, Great Sound:, Very Responsive Mic:, Customizable Settings:, Multiple Presets of Headset Volume:
Summary: No other headphone has surprised me in the manner that the Tactic 3D managed to.
I originally purchased them because I needed headphones to do a Skype interview, and I wanted something kind of ridiculous and flashy, because I was going to be on video.
Excerpt: If you are a hardcore gamer, then wearing a headset is nothing new – you’ve probably had one for years. For those just now getting into the gaming scene, hold onto your pants because there are literally 80 or 90 headsets to choose from, coming from several different manufacturers.
Excerpt: Creative's THX headsets are widely regarded as some of the best out there, and the Tactic3D Sigma reaffirms that. This offering has everything gamers are looking for in a headset - clear, accurate sound reproduction with THX quality, an adjustable noise-canceling mic, durable construction and a...
Excerpt: Although we have tested several outstanding audio products from Creative Labs in the past, this is the first Gaming Headset we have seen from the company; part of a new line dubbed 'Tactic 3D'.
Summary: Creative and Sound Blaster are longtime name brands when it comes to personal computer sound products and recently it has been diversifying even more. One the heels of its WoW headset, now comes the Tactic 3D Sigma. Worth your hard earned money?
Summary: The Sigma is not as a headphone for music enthusiasts. In fact, they sound way different than the other Creative earphones. For gamers however, it makes better sense. The audio module doesn’t do a lot for the headphone.