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.
Summary: The left Bass speaker slightly blew out after 9 months of use. It had a small hardly noticeable rattle on strong bass songs. the Black Material that Covers the Green Foam, Feel apart recently, I think body oil + hot heat, makes the Black material fall Apart in the center of the ring.
Pros: They are for heads of all sizes. They feel nice and cold even on big heads. The Bass on these are great, and loud and shake your head right off your neck. The sound Quality is good.
Cons: cable is short, could use an extra 1 ft of length. the extra cable with the Mini Mic didn't work on the pc with the extra Razer gadget I Purchased for 25$. That cable only works on Ipods.
Summary: I've already reviewed these once but this is just an update. They're great, and amazing and wonderful, EXCEPT, i have fairly large ears, and i can feel the shape of the speaker rubbing on my ears, which isn't quite so comfortable. other than that, great headphones.
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.
Pros: Punchy bass, comfortable, removable cable
Cons: in line mic isn't that good, cable gets tangled quite easily
Pros: Sound Quality is Amazing on a PDA or in-game Looks Very slick
Cons: Yes it is a in-line mic which isnt the problem, the problem is that this is a gaming headset for a PC and it does NOT come wtih the splitter to plug into the computer??? first and last razer product. Make sure when you buy a splitter that it actually splits the mic/and sound. only one i could fin...
Summary: I love RAZER, I really do, but they made no mention in their product details that the mic would not work on a PC without an adapter. Really should've included one at the price of this headset.
Pros: Great sound quality Comfortable as far as headphones go
Cons: No idea what I'm really looking for to make the mic work on my PC. I keep seeing comments about needing a "Y Adapter", but I have little experience in audio adapters, and I'm not sure what I need to get (And don't want to blow money on something that turns out to not help me) The cords that came ...
Summary: My only complaint... If Razer wishes to sell this product as a gaming headset, and have PC users in mind, they really should include the Y adapter for their inline microphone. I was prepared for this and had to wait for the headset to arrive to see exactly what I needed, and finding it has been a...
Pros: -Removable cables which can lock into the headet (easy to replace if they break) -Inline Microphone cable -Good audio -Great Microphone clarity -Sturdy Material, feels solid, and comfortable even on my big head. -I have medium sized ears, so the earpads fit perfectly around my ears (circumaural)
Cons: Not labeled clearly that the inline Microphone is not compatible with PC standards. This headset is designed mostly for Smartphone users. 4 stars is as high as I am willing to rate this. Do to misleading packaging for the unaware. I knew that the headset had an inline mic, which I liked for use w...
Summary: It's a good fun headphone that's great for lounging around and looking schnazzy while you're at it, but for $59.99 there are better sounding/built options on the market.
Pros: 1.) Fun bass that doesn't completely drown out the mid. It's not sound accurate, but it definitely provides when you want to head-bob to some armada records. 2.) Great for lounging around the house with the inbuilt mic. Actually is quite good as far as in-built mics go. 3.) The cord is a nice tan...
Cons: 1.) Price. These are the traits of a $30-$40 headphone at best. I only paid $30 for them via an online promo, but $60 is pushing it for the build quality. It's all plastic and no solid casing. It's not bad, but im not sure if these would survive a few drops on concrete. 2.) Comfort. As previous r...