Reviews and Problems with Razer Electra (RZ04-00700200)
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Incredible sound and value, but earcups can sometimes become uncomfortable
9 July 2014
Summary: I bought these primarily for music listening, but also for PC gaming. The sound is excellent, much better than one would expect considering the price. The head and part is quite comfortable, but for me, the eat up can become uncomfortable after wearing for a long time. Adjusting the headset usually helps significantly in those situations, though. Overall, a great buy, and I would recommend this item highly.
Summary: Amazing sound quality for the price, I'd say it's the best experience out there for less than 100 bucks. Keep in mind though that it's made of plastic, it's not as resistant as it looks in the pictures, but take good care of it and it should last for a really long time.
Summary: These things are HUUUUUUUUUUGE for what they have underneath.
It's probably an overstatement because this monster of a headset isn't all it's really cut out to be.
It's produced and advertised by Razer as a "Gaming Headset". In that assumption alone there's already a misleading information. For a pair of cans to be a gaming headset they need to have good output sound as well as good input sound. It only barely falls under one of the two.
Pros: Punchy bass, comfortable, removable cable
Cons: in line mic isn't that good, cable gets tangled quite easily
Summary: Really good quality for the price. Extremely comfortable, can wear them for hours, good cushioning on ear cups and headband. Very good value for money. Lots of bass, some people like that, some dont. Only issue for me is that I paid extra for 2 day delivery but took much longer. this could be to do with wear I live though so not a major issue.
Summary: Pretty good sound quality, and fairly sturdy. Bear in mind though that they aren't USB. You will have to plug them in to the audio port on your PC. No issue if you are on a laptop, but if you have a desktop housed under your desk (ok, so its probably a mini tower then) then you may need an extension cable.
Summary: These are fantastic for the price, even though they are the cheapest headphones Razer have - and I'm not particularly a fan of Razer gear, but I can't deny that these sound great with music. The bass is great, highs are great but mids are a little weak, but those are hard to get right. They sound decent for gaming, but they're not really optimised for that. Buy it, it's a good deal for the name and quality you'll get with it.
Perfect for PC gamers, slightly less so for audiophiles
Luke Barton, Amazon
16 August 2014
Summary: Before you start to read this review, I need to tell you that I am an audiophile. I like my music in high quality and of high quality. I am going to raise a thing or two about this product, but it's only being said because I am picky. Right, to the review. I have to say, I am really impressed with the level of detail that Razer has put into this piece of hardware. I'm going to categorise some key areas for you guys.
Summary: They're bigger than I'd expected, but the sound quality is really impressive. I'm using them on a daily basis to listen to music from the mobile phone, at work and while playing. If you get a 3 pin jack splitter cable then you can use the headphones on standard computers with separate ports for microphone and audio. The sound is beyond compare and I believe that for the price of them it's a real bargain.
Audio quality is excellent for the price and the bass is rich and ...
Alexis Maragos, Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: Audio quality is excellent for the price and the bass is rich and satisfying.The mic is a bit fidgety and makes a weird electronic noise if I move it too much while recording on a PC.Might be some small fault in the mic cable itself. But in other words the are comfy and fit my head nicely.Very soft ear cups and the build quality is sturdy.First time that I bought any form of Razer product and I must say I am fairly pleased.