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Best Razer headset for DJing and Gaming?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Portalboy, May 30, 2016.

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  1. Portalboy

    Portalboy New Member

    I'm seriously considering getting a Razer headset, but I really want to find one that's good for both Gaming and DJing if at all possible. My Mixer has inputs for 3.5mm and 1/4 Inch jacks, and my computer obviously has USB ports and a 3.5mm jack.
    100% NEED one with 7.1 surround for the gaming aspect, gotta know where those footsteps are coming from...

    Looking for opinions here, so if you feel there's just no way to get a really good gaming headset and still be compatible with an analog signal, please say so.
  2. VikariousOne

    VikariousOne Well-Known Member

    Razer Adaro DJ!

    They no longer sell them in the Razer store but you can find them in places like Amazon! They have a balanced sound and gaming on them is probably great since I see a YouTuber named Jeriicho use them exclusively for CS:GO.

    The 7.1 can be achieved through Razer's own "Razer Surround". I don't think physical 7.1 is all that great since a lot of games don't even support it.
    Last edited: May 30, 2016
  3. TheGurgeMan7

    TheGurgeMan7 Well-Known Member

    Razer tiamat has the best surround sound. Its not virtual, it actually has multiple speakers.
    k0sek likes this.
  4. KoseKGames

    KoseKGames Member

    Yup, I also agree he should go on with Tiamat. Btw do you think that the 7.1 is worth it? I've never heard real 7.1 and I am wondering what's the difference between 7.1 and 2.2 Tiamats.
  5. Clicked

    Clicked New Member

    Get a Kraken, great sound and you'll look great in the booth while rocking those, they'll be glowing in the lights and all that.
  6. VikariousOne

    VikariousOne Well-Known Member

    The krakens are great budget/starting headphones but the sound signature is impossible to use for a DJ. Way too much bass and loose bass at that.
  7. Clicked

    Clicked New Member

    i never really noticed the bass that much, but thank you for pointing that out...
  8. RoastierThanToastier

    RoastierThanToastier Active Member

    I have to agree I use these headphones all the time and I love them. They are not expensive and good for gaming and possibly Djing (I don't Dj so it is just a guess)
  9. razer kraken mobile might work well and you can get it for free with the rewards.
  10. squeeze88

    squeeze88 Active Member

    I am not an audiophile. For me hammerhead might even work.
  11. KappaSh0t

    KappaSh0t Member

    Kraken is the way to go
  12. Blockmonster57

    Blockmonster57 Active Member

    Adaro DJ for great sound and your neck snapping. Hammerheads for ears bleeding. Kraken for ok sound and looks.
    Tiamat for the features and 7.1. Fisher Price for everything but better
  13. im3dmundlee

    im3dmundlee Active Member

    I own a Razer Kraken E-Panda, looks great and does wonders during video editing. I'll say Kraken is a great start.
  14. maaikiesaur

    maaikiesaur Member

    he'd have to spam his ass off though

    those are AWESOME
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