Summary: Pros -The headset fits great and doesn't exhaust your head and ears over long periods of use -You can customize the colors with the Razer SC2 custom utitily program -The mic is adjustable and rotates ~ 270 degress Cons -If you don't update the firmware, the people you call, whether skype or vent, will experience annoying static sounds.
Summary: Ive had the headset for about 3 months now and for 120 bucks I would say it was not a bad deal. PROS: Great quality of sound when the EQ is set up right Cool lighting Easy to use software Detachable mic VERY strong and durable Comfortable CONS: Sometimes the headset would just shut off or you will start to hear the sound start to break maybe there is something wrong with this particular one but eventually those problems went away.
Summary: I will try to write in English. Since the official release of Star Craft II in 2010, I loved this game. When I saw this HeadSet, I knew then: This will gonna be my! So, when the opportunity came, I bought. This was my first Gaming Headset and I loved it!
Summary: I have got to say this headset is very comfortable and the lights on it are very cool, but it's fairly heavy on the head. Sound quality is very good and the detachable microphone is very handy. In conclusion, this headset is worth the buy.
Summary: Bought this from the Amazon daily deals! Would like to give a shoutout to the personnel who helped me get the daily deal back because it was bugged. Thanks and I received the headset at around 2 weeks later.
Summary: Overall these headphones make you feel like a true gamer because of the aesthetics it portrays. It is VERY comfortable (does not press on your ears) and does not cause discomfort over a period of time or heat (thats why i love razer' headphones).It may weight a little on your ears but you would not notice it. It is USB, the razer banshee has its own sound processor unit but not as good as an x-fi titanium or a high-end sound card.
Summary: Really a solid headset for any pc gamer. The only thing to really complain about is the size of the cord but its really a non issue for 99% of people. The audio quality is probably one of the best I've heard, it takes a bit of tweeking to get it sounding amazing, the Presets are decent but they really don't cut it for the most part.
Summary: I got this headset on a lightning deal for $59.99. I was hesitant because while I like Starcraft, I'm not a fanboy. I was pleased to find that I could completely turn off the Starcraft II logo lights when customizing the light scheme. The lack of a padded microphone allows for some background noise to come through, but it's still decent quality. Keep in mind that the body of the headset is a metallic gray; not nearly as dark as the images suggest.