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Wireless Headphones Needs An Update

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by BulletWulf, Aug 6, 2020.


Do you think a new headset with these features would be well received?

  1. Yes, I think it would be a good addition.

  2. No, I don't think a lot of people would consider buying it.

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  3. Yes, but not a huge amout, it depends on personal preference.

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  1. BulletWulf

    BulletWulf New Member

    I've recently been looking for a Gaming Headset that I can use for my PC, Laptop and my PS4. I currently have the Razer Kraken X which are pretty decent, and I would mostly keep using them if not for the 3.5mm jack, as I want something wireless.

    I have quite a few Razer Products as they tend to tick a lot of boxes for a gamer, but the one thing I hate to love is their headset line-up. I just can't seem to find a headset that ticks the boxes...

    I had a quick look at the Razer Nari line-up, and I like the option of the Haptic Feedback, it's probably the only reason I'd buy a pair of Nari's and go straight for the Ultimates. I also like the option of dropping that Haptic Feedback for a chunk of savings, it's just, the Nari line-up look absolutely monstrous. I have a small-ish head, and they look absolutely huge even on average sizes noggins.

    I think if Razer were to make a new set of headphones that;
    Are wireless
    Have a retractable mic
    Have a USB dongle that can be hidden away like the Nari's have
    Didn't look extremely huge like Frankenstein bolts coming out of the side of the head
    And of course... RGB

    That would tick so many boxes, but as of now, I'm finding it so hard to enjoy what they have out. If they released a Wireless version of the BlackSharks as V3, I would buy them in a heartbeat. They look stylish, comfortable and not as bulky. It just lacks the features of the Nari. I also think an extended wireless receiver much like the Basilisk Mouse, that way you can have an audio through for speakers, while also being easily accessible to plug in the 2.4 Wireless Dongle.
    Last edited: Aug 7, 2020
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