Reviews and Problems with Razer Chimaera T2 2.1-headset (RZ04-00470100-R3U1)
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2 stars for 2 things I don't like
Frank Garner, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: I've been using the Logitech G930 headset ow.ly/PUB5B for a few years and love it. But it broke. So instead of getting what I know, I thought I'd try something different. The Razor Chimaera is supposed to be a great headset. I didn't like 2 things. 1, it's another plug.
Summary: The following review is from a PC users perspective, please take that into account when reading the following review: I usually do a good bit or research before I purchase anything, but since I have had many other razer products that I absolutely love.
Summary: I'm a huge fan of razor products, but this one is not impressive. The headset is not comfortable, it squeezes my head. If I make the sides longer then it sits too far down on my head. I am using it at work with my soft phone and the battery's need to be recharged every hour to hour and a half.
Summary: Very expensive product that was defective. Won't purchase another item from this manufacture again. I needed its use and rather than deal with the month long process of a return and go to a store and purchase a wireless set I had my tech fix the housing for the audio in.
Summary: After owning this headset for almost 3 years, I have to review it. I used this on Xbox for the first year, and on PC for the next 2. Pros: This headset fits my smaller head nicely, and the comfort has never been an issue. The sound isn't exactly audiophile quality, but it's a gaming headset.
Summary: Great headset, it looks amazing. Many reviews complain about it being flimsy but it seems to be of sturdy construction. The base stand / charger is an amazing idea and I love it. The microphone really is to sensitive though, I have it adjusted all the way low and my voice still seems loud over Xbox...
Summary: Bought the product almost two years ago - after two mounght it caught fire during the night while on it's pod. Defective battery happen one may say, and it was properly replaced by Razer (after two more mounths).