Reviews and Problems with Razer Banshee StarCraft II
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18 February 2011
Conclusion: The left ear cup has the mic boom attachment along with the mic volume controls and mute button. The right side has the headphones volume control along with the complementary mute button. The cloth padding on the headband and the ear cups are not only huge (and comfortable), they’re also, unfortunately, magnets for dust and lint. Completing out the whole Terran look of the Banshee headset are the metal bands on which the ear cups extend outside of the headband.
Summary: It wouldn’t be incorrect if we say that the Razer Banshee StarCraft II gaming headset performs with impeccable precision. The sound quality and variety of features embodied into the system make way for enriching gaming sessions. Its performance and design aesthetics mold an appealing sculpture but the heaviness of the structure can be a letdown for some. Again, the absence of an audio jack seems to give this perfection a little miss of its own savor. Priced at Rs.