Summary: My friend bought this from another friend of mine and i kinda used it alot by the time he got a new headphone. It gave me a very good look on what these cans can do.
Fit: Very good. Very comfortable. Can withstand long hours of wearing time.
Versions: If your looking for the same thing but with a mic the Razer Carcharias will do the trick.
Durability: It's ALL PLASTIC. Very cheap feeling Thin cable, but cloth-type. Not so sturdy as you would think.
Pros: Spacious soundstage, very wide. Incredibly great for EDM music. Extremely comfortable
Cons: Cheap plastic feel, cable design might not last, Not worth it if you want more for your money.
Excerpt: This is a really interesting product from Razer because it’s a gaming and music headset and not only for gaming. The company advertised it as sort of a fashion accessory or a pair of music headphones but not specifically for gaming but, that being said, it’s really good for …
Summary: First, yep Razer's a gaming company specializing in non audio peripherals, and it would explain why NO ONE reviewed this pair of headphones here. But seriously? For around $40-50, (later found out that she got them on sale, they average 60-70$ now, and for that price I would probably recommend something else, but if you can get them on sale around $50- worth it) they're pretty good. Are there better headphones for that price, for music you bet!
Pros: Nice mids, Great lows. Crisp highs. Comfortable for LONG periods of time, 6+ hours.
Cons: Crappy cord, Better value else ware, Not a fan of the lime green. Could be worse, could be purple.
Summary: With just $70, the Razer Orca delivers massive sound quality for its purpose. Low frequencies are great! Doesnt muffle up the highs and the mids. Seperation is good, sound stage is excellent! Best Suitable for gaming.
Excerpt: Incredibly good clean sound. Suprisingly excellent for the value. Comfortable. I guess the trick to comfort is when youre hunting around for them and follow the cable back to your head which theyre on. Certainly no noise reduction. If your personal computer is 10dB with them off it will be 10dB with them on. I like em. Theyre cool. Theyre comfy. They sound excellent. Very good for gaming, footsteps and everything come out nicely.
Excerpt: I've gone through quite a few headsets all through my gaming years and I must say that these are the ideal pair I've ever worn. Really light, quite comfortable, the wire doesn't get tangled as simple (which is a Big plus for me) I like to listen to my music slightly loud and considering that there is no sound cancellation every person else hears what I am listening as well.
Excerpt: Incredibly, very comfy - as soon as you break them in. Good sound quality; with very deep bass. Great design and style and building. Braided wire with a quick (dis)connect extension. They're a small tight and kind of hurt your ears for the very first week or so. But when they're broke in it's absolutely nothing but comfort. I locate myself forgetting that I'm wearing them all the time and walking off without having realizing it.
Excerpt: These headphones are some of the most comfy that have graced my dome. The plush velvet they use for each the best band and ear coverings provide excellent comfort and seems to not trap as a lot heat as other headphones.The good quality of the sounds weather they be music or gruntal growls of beast unknown will come by means of vibrant and clear with these headphones. The braided cable for each the extension and primary cord are a nice touch.
Excerpt: -Superior than my Audio Technica ATH-AD700's. This is no lie, I honestly appreciate the sound of these much more. -Better than the Sennheiser HD555's. Bass is ideal in the Orcas, along with crisp highs and mids. Both the HD555's and AD700's lack in one particular of these (something I didn't notice until comparing). -They do cancel out rather a bit of noise with mid-high volumes. No matter how higher I turned my AD700's, I could still hear outdoors noise.