Summary: This headphone have 10 DRIVERS so it's heavy and bulky headset
Gaming and movie (7.1 mode): enjoyable since you can spot location very easy.
Music (2.0 mode): if you listen music with 7.1 you can't not hear any bass. However, in 2.0 mode, the sound is extremly boomy and bloated.
Summary: Delivers good quality of sound and strong mic performance but suffers miserably from poor design. The mic mount is flimsy and badly placed, so that it moves around noisily in its mount (cannot be completely fixed in place except with glue). But worst of all is the thick cable - it oozes class and quality when you first open the box, but as soon as you put the headset on it becomes a nightmare - the cable rubs on your clothes with every movement creating lound noise in...
Summary: Really thought these would be amazing, but for the price it seems a little shoddy. I mean the fabrics ect are nice, the fit of the headset is above the rest, memory foam ear pads make them enjoyable to wear. But the Mic... is so flimsy, it clicks in place but it's so easy to hit it then then it falls down. The 'bendy' strip that enables you to turn the position of the mic just doesn't to anything as in (you cant turn it).
Summary: If you have a good sound card in your computer that supports 7.1 surround sound then this is the headset to rule them all for you. if you don't have a good sound card or no sound card at all then go for the Razer Megalodon. this headset sounds amazing and the bass is at perfect balance and it looks heavenly.
Good Head set but you pay alot and small things bring it down.
Steven Johnson, Amazon
24 June 2013
Summary: Good head set really well made but the cable curls up all the time and so badly and it just wont uncurl at all and DONT Try and pull the cable straight or you risk damaging the cable and then it screws the sound. Also when its brand new it really hurts your ears and even after using every day for weeks and weeks it still hurts after a few hours. also never really feels that secure on your head.
Summary: Length:: 9:59 Mins I managed to break my Logitec G930 headset. I did a lot of Googling and struggled to find anything that looked to be a safe bet for a good headset. All the professional reviews I read of Razer Tiamat were good, but on Amazon there was the odd negative customer review. I've always liked Razer stuff in the past so I took a leap of faith and ordered this headset. One of our clan members asked that I do a review when I got it. This is it!