Reviews and Problems with Razer Chimaera T2 2.1-headset (RZ04-00470100-R3U1)
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Severe quality issues - unusable
11 October 2014
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). But as of today, autonomy suddently fell bellow 30 minutes (one day was the normal 4 hours, the next one 40minutes, then even lower). Having some experience with battery I changed them rigth away with brand 1100mAh battery, but this didn't help at all.
Summary: Besides taking almost 2 weeks to get it when it said it would take 5 to 7 days. the box just kinda fell apart when i got it but that's all about the shipping. Now about the product. The product is some what misleading. When they say "wireless gaming headset" its completely wireless for the PC, not the Xbox 360. You still need to plug it in the controller to chat with friends. Make sure you buy the audio adapter for the Xbox 360 otherwise you can't use it.
Summary: First let me say that I am a you tuber I make videos at TKarma5 being a gamer and now in the commentary business I needed a good headset so the tv audio didn't interfere with the mic, so I got these and let me say that they are amazing the bass and the overall look of them I take them everywhere and use them for every recording however one day I took them to my friends house who wanted to connect them to his turtle beach headset so we could both have a gaming audio...
Summary: I did not use it as a gaming headset, but as a movie headphone. Kept my parents quiet for a while. Actually bought the wrong item. I didn't know they have these as a 2.1 config. Actually saw these as a 5.1 headset. But it still packs a punch. Comfortable and light even when they are big. Good for prolong wearing. Easy to setup and pairing.
Good Product, but I'd probably go with a logitech G930 instead.
8 January 2014
Summary: - I bought this headset for high quality sound and because I was looking for a wireless device. The option was between this and the logitech G930 as I've read a lot of good reviews about those. Turtle beach would have also been another brand to consider, but I didn't find anything with these many features - I love the sleek design- it feels expensive. It's got a cool neon green glow on both the base and the headset. Of course, looks mean less than quality.