Summary: Decent headphones, I've no objection to them normally, however, I do with this price range. There are 3 issues with them. 1. The ear cups are all encompassing, which is great, but they aren't very breathable, for extended periods they aren't suitable. 2.
Summary: Overall it sounds great when equalized to your liking, its comfy, and a pretty good deal for the sale price. I just wish mine didn't come slightly defective.
Pros: Great sound (when equalized), you can overpower the bass if you wish to do so which is sometimes fun. It is also very comfortable to wear. And sure... Its stylish and matches my other Razer products.
Cons: The headset came slightly defective. I have about a 70 to 100 volume ratio between the right and left which led me and the manufacturer to claim this as defective. I will be returning it for a replacement soon. The sound took a LOT of equalization before I found the good comfort zone. This headse...
Not sure what to say, loved the quality but now im caused pain
28 June 2014
Summary: I dont know which way to go on this, i really love the quality and suggest them for casual use but unfortunatly i used them heavily for under a year and now i have large indents on the top of my head where each of the plastic bumps sat.
Summary: I needed some gaming headphones and I was able to pick these up at a local B&M for $50. Razer has a pretty good reputation for quality products and they were 50% on clearance so I chose these over similarly priced options from Logitech and Turtle Beach.
Summary: Now to explain a bit. I wanted to replace my $20 logitech headset, with something equally (or more) comfortable, and had a decent mic. The only thing I really care about in a headset, is comfort and mic quality.
Pros: The headset is really comfortable! The extra bass is nice, for those that like it. (I do) The mic's mute switch feels very snappy and responsive. It doesn't feel like it'll wear out anytime soon.
Cons: To get the mic out of the headset, feels like I'm just going to break it. Mic quality is next to terrible. When the mic is extended, it jitters around in the headset. Plastic bumping around, which sounds very loud in the headset. Don't work well with eye glasses.
Summary: The way I solved the problem was keep the volume controller to the max and depended on the device's volume control.
Pros: This headset is really good on bass. For those who really love bass or the sound of bass. The headset is little weight. It's really comfortable. If your getting this headset, I recommend getting a headphone amplifier for bringing out the bass. Try going with the fiio e6. You can really feel it on...
Cons: The only Con I found was the headset's volume controller.The controller causes some of the sound to lean to right ear cup.
Pros: -looks nice -its comfortable on your head but ur ears start to pop because they block out all air with the cushions going over your ears and you feel a suction in your ears. braided cable is very nice except at the end of the cord its gets thinner and it feels like you will ruin the cable there n...
Cons: -ears pop and sucktion in ears -cable at end is very cheap and thin. -realllllly muddy audio sound when you first plug it in. you DEFFINTLEY need to download rzr headset software from there website and tweak it with there equalizer. - my 20 dollar headset sound better when you first plug them in ...
Summary: I wound up (finally) with the Razer Black Shark headset. While a bit more expensive ($20-$30), they featured more solid construction, a tried and true microphone boom that's incredibly adjustable (same system used for military grade headsets), but at a slight sacrifice to the audio quality.
Pros: They sounded great, and were extremely comfortable to wear. Razer Surround software makes excellent use of these headphones.
Cons: The reason I rated these headsets so low was all because of the microphone. Yeah, it's retractable, but it's really poor quality. It has ZERO noise-cancelling ability that I could find, and it's not very adjustable from its position.