Reviews and Problems with Razer Carcharias (RZ04-00270100-R3M1)
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Razer Carcharias Headset Review
21 April 2009
Summary: So in retrospect I’ll look at the Razer Carcharias one more time in a gamers mind et, in this I will also grade it.
The thing that puzzled me is: if this is supposed to be a game’rs headset, then why did they opt for a open design? A closed headset will provide natural noise reduction and won’t give off as much sound/noise to the surrounding, as an open system will provide a better sound quality. Those who say that closed headphones suck just haven’t heard a good one...
Excerpt: We tested Razer’s Carcharias gaming headset immediately after we finished our review of Logitech’s G35 headset , which is also largely targeted at gamers. As we unpacked the former, two things surprised us: Its light weight and the fact that it relies on analog connections to your PC’s line-out and mic-in jacks. The Carcharias is definitely old-school. There’s no surround sound, no programmable buttons, and no glowing LEDs.
Pros: Lightweight and very comfortable; good-quality sound; in-line volume control and mic switch
Cons: Mic does a poor job of rejecting extraneous noise; no detents in the headband
Excerpt: You may remember that a while ago I set up a two-way duel between a pair of Razer and SteelSeries gaming headsets . During that battle Razer came out tops for sound, but I felt there could have been some improvements to the headset itself.
A light, comfortable Razer headset designed for marathon gaming sessions.
Good Gear Guide.au
24 May 2010
Summary: The Razer Carcharias is a headset aimed at gaming enthusiasts, with good sound quality and a noise-cancelling microphone. This gaming headset is light and easy to wear for long periods. Apart from a few small annoyances, the Razer Carcharias is a very competent product that is worthy of consideration.
Pros: Light and comfortable, felt ear-pads limit fatigue, good sound quality for gaming
Cons: Unnecessarily bulky volume control, microphone not very flexible, sound leaks easily
Conclusion: The Razer Carcharias PC gaming headset is one of the most comfortable and best-sounding devices we've tested. Serious PC gamers who use voice chat need look no further. If you're going to be using your headset primarily for VoIP and you'd like to go wireless, we'd recommend looking at the Creative Digital Wireless Gaming Headset HS-1200 or the Logitech ClearChat PC Wireless headset.
Summary: Ledningen er myk og trukket med tekstil, og med en lengde på tre meter er det ikke noe problem å koble den til en stasjonær pc under skrivebordet. Det viktigste i et hodesett er allikevel at lyden er god nok til å kunne brukes både til spill og musikk. Razer Carcharias leverer en dempet bass som nok kan oppleves som litt vel diskré for visse musikksjangrer, men som er perfekt til spill. Lydbildet er meget detaljert.
Pros: Lang ledning, Komfortabelt, God lyd, Førsteklasses mikrofon
Summary: Le Razer Carcharias fait partie d’une gamme de produits très fournie mais ne s’en démarque pas vraiment. C’est un bon casque sur tous les points, avec une partie audio satisfaisante et un design agréable, sans superflux. Deux points néanmoins peuvent être décisifs si vous hésitez. Sa finition, bien que correcte, le rend très fragile, et son micro est bien plus performant que ceux habituellement proposés à ce tarif.