Razer Tiamat, Probably the Best Gaming headset available, not to mention great for any Audiophiles and Movie Junkies
Tom Sawyer, Amazon
10 February 2015
Summary: Amazing Headset. I highly Recommend this Razer Tiamat Headset. This is the short review, the simple "Buy these and you will be happy review" Now for the Detailed Review. My Biggest Complaint with Headsets these days is the Build Quality, the wiring/soldering is terrible, the structural integrity is...
Summary: I am a huge fan of Razer products and struggled to find the perfect headset for my husband for Christmas. I didn't even known you COULD buy a headset with 7.1 surround sound. I was skeptical that they would actually sound that amazing, since...well..
Summary: I love them, I have an onboard sound card and the sound I'm able to get out of them is incredible. After tweaking the setting a bit I was able to get a perfect sound and amazing bass. So just imagine what they sound like with a sound card.
The Literal Last Set of Headphones You Will Ever Want. Im not joking.
Travis Klein, Amazon
26 December 2014
Summary: These are the single greatest headphones ever created. Everything about these headphones exceed my expectations. Cup feel is great without feeling too heavy, The sound from these speakers are really everything you could want. The true analog 7.1 Surround Sound is unmatched by my previous headphones.
Summary: Another product i purchased earlier this year, and decided to get some time under it to get a good like or dislike of it. This headset is amazing. I am no audiophile by any means, but i owned a TTesports 7.1 analog headset up until its demise(just fell apart) and absouletly loved it.
Sound quality are good. Some may think that lows is not good ...
Rovshan Mammadov "Nighilanth", Amazon
4 October 2014
Summary: Had a bit struggle setting up my cheap mother board to support multichannel output. I had to download driver to teach mother board to output sound through "line in" and "mic in". All I have got from that setup is 5.1 sound, which is enough. You don't get too many content with 7.1.