Summary: To consider the Razer Tiamat 7.1 as the ultimate gaming headset experience is a bit too much. But this product isn’t an embarrassing option, really. If you happen to own an old motherboard and a 7.1-surround card, this model will work just fine.
Summary: The Razer Tiamat is the first true 7.1 gaming headset for analog connection to your computer to deliver full surround sound audio from ten discrete drivers in the ear cups for a true positional advantage.
Excerpt: With the Tiamat 7.1 , Razer is redefining the top end of the gaming audio line. Where previous headsets have had trouble creating a surround gaming experience through just two drivers, the Tiamat fits what is essentially an entire surround sound system into each earcup, with five individual drivers,...
Pros: Great surround sound; very powerful bass for a headset; excellent comfort.
Conclusion: The Razer Tiamat is the world’s first true 7.1 surround sound headset, and boy have Razer set the bar high for any future true 7.1 headsets we may see. The headset oozed quality, not only in looks, but also performance wise.
Summary: In the end, I think that the Tiamat 7.1 edge goes beyond its audio quality: it’s the industrial design – the whole package. The sad reality is that most people don’t really discern the differences in terms of sound “quality” (between “very good” and “great”), and those who can hear the difference...
Conclusion: Razer’s Tiamat Elite 7.1 surround sound gaming headset is a sturdily constructed, head-turning piece of gaming kit. It delivers exceptional audio quality, very decent volume bang and will ultimately boost your audio gaming experience to new reinvigorating heights, provided you have a soundcard that...
Pros: Impressive volume., Decent bass response., Excellent audio quality., Eye-catching design., Comfortable to use over long periods.
Cons: Not the most portable of headsets., Expensive.
Excerpt: The Razer Tiamat is a gaming headset of epic proportions. It comes in a humongous and thoroughly magnificent box, it is humongous itself and the name's borrowed from a middle-eastern dragon that represents the very essence of chaos.