Are the Razer heaphones really worth the money?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by circlingshark, Aug 17, 2016.

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  1. J05h1337

    J05h1337 New Member

    These pair of chromas have never let me down. They're 7.1 surround sound is one of the best things you can ask for. They're worth every bit you pay for them, they really do live up to the price.
  2. It depends. The only reason I don't like my Kraken Pro was that it hurt my head (I have a big head) after a while. Sound was fine. The Moray+ was good, but it broke later. The Hammerhead Pro is nice, if you into heavy bass. The Adaro in ear is also good. It's like your standard metal headphone. No mic though.

    I also have a logitech headset and it works nice (a 7.1 external sound card was also a plus). I also have the Roccat Aluma (in ear) and it sounds nice.

    I've never had Senheiser or AT, but I know many pro players like to use Senheiser. Summit1g has audiotechnica headphones. Audiotechnica makes professional studio headphones. Summit1g uses AT headphones.
  3. EliteEFive

    EliteEFive New Member

    From my experience, no. I've owned 4 different razer audio products, I took extreme care of them as I always do. Both headset would only last a year. Both earbuds only lasted for relatively 3-5 months. Of course, Razer makes it super difficult to use their warranty so I never had those problems resolved. I decided to move to Corsair audio products and I found them to be overall better and has lasted me almost 2 and a half years.
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