CORSAIR is still a well-known brand that manufactures a wide range of gaming accessories. Including computer connections that are excellent in terms of quality and usefulness. Of course, whether the headphones, keyboards, or gadgets that have been utilised, must have a long service life and a fair price.
The probability of filing a claim is quite minimal. As a consequence, even after extensive use, many individuals remain disciples and utilise a variety of apps. And this time, we arrived with the headset Gaming Gears, another flagship model in the CORSAIR VIRTUOSO RGB WIRELESS model, which is a gaming headphone. Still, the design emphasises a more affluent lifestyle.
|Powerful hi-res audio||Slightly heavy|
|USB-C charging||Tight fit may not be comfortable|
|Excellent battery life|
|Beautiful, elegant design|
|Released||Sep 7, 2021|
|Colours||Carbon, White, Pearl|
|Dimensions||9.37 x 3.59 x 8.25 inches|
The Box includes:
- 1 x Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless Headphones
- 1 x Wireless Transceiver
- 1 x USB connection cable
- 1 x 3.5mm AUX Connection Cable
- 1 x carry bag
- 1 x Other User Documentation
|Impedance||32 Ohms @ 2.5 kHz|
|Wireless Range||Up to 60ft|
The CORSAIR VIRTUOSO RGB WIRELESS is a full-size, over-the-ear design with a closed construction. Additionally, the headphones enable Hi-res audio playback, and the 50mm drivers offer a good output range of 20 – 40,000 Hz, as well as wireless networking with Corsair Slipstream technology, which ensures an uninterrupted connection. Delay or delay and has a connection distance of more than 60 feet, can be utilised in all 3 types of connections: wireless via an adapter or whether it is 3.5 mm and USB-C.
The design of the headphones is attractive and suited for general usage. Alternatively, you may listen to music. It’s a set of gaming headphones with a beautiful design. If we don’t turn on the sidelights, it’s impossible to tell that it’s a gaming headset. We can see from the material that it is of high quality. It appears to be costly and is made of aluminium with beautiful paint finish. In contrast to the glossy black on the earcup and the RGB colour logo, the leather materials are soft and smooth, even though they are faux leather. The weight of this body is 372 gram, which is secretly heavy because to the utilisation of this material.
The Earcup of the headphones made of black, glossy plastic. The Corsair Sailboat logo in the centre has an RGB colour that allows for complete personalization, and the headphones are tiltable for free usage. However, the shiny black material became dirty quickly.
|Headphone Sensitivity||109dB (+/-3dB)|
|Frequency Response||100Hz to 10kHz|
When listening to music, the sound will come out more clearly in the centre bass, but the middle or upper sound may not be as audible. In terms of features, the complexities of the sound, including the sound stage when listening to music, are typical. The mid-range sound isn’t particularly noticeable. However, if you listen to modern music, EDM POP ROCK, is really loud.
|Battery Life||Up to 20 hours|
The CORSAIR VIRTUOSO has a battery life of 20 hours when charged by USB-C and RGB colour lighting on both sides and on the mic, which enables extremely independent colour changes in the iCUE, including diverse materials. For additional comfort, the earcups are filled with memory foam and coated in faux leather.
|Connection||USB Wireless Receiver|
|Software||CORSAIR iCUE software|
The controls are placed on the right earcup’s bottom, and the microphone stem is removable and flexible. The microphones are Discord Certified, and the connection is clear. It is available in 3 different colours: black, silver, and white, with a starting price of $179 for the standard model and $200 for the special model SE with a distinctive colour pattern.
The control buttons are suitable for use. The power button, both wireless or connected, and a volume increase/decrease button are on the right side, and the other side will be. There are additional mic audio ports, a 3.5mm jack, and a USB-C port for charging and audio. It allows all 3 types of connections to be supported simultaneously.
This device’s microphone is a detachable type that can be used effectively. It’s a fantastic mic pick-up sound; it’s clean, compact, features including free bending, and may be squeezed to seal the mic through the mic on the rear. In comparison to this price, the mic sound is the greatest in communicating, talking, or even playing games, thanks to the built-in status light.
On the software side, it can enable installing using the newest ICUE 4.0, which improves the appearance. Adjusting the subject of lighting sync is supported. Fully adaptable between CORSAIR compatible devices or brands.
All of them are individually adjustable. Effect supports a lot of useful job, such as precise sound tuning, separate EQ all, changeable 7.1 or 2.0, and mic volume adjustment. Side Tone is another update that makes the system appear better than before—really enhanced in SW ICUE, including customization in terms of upgrading the system, displaying the battery, and setting the Sleep Mode.
It is a high-end headset that suits the gamers’ demands. And the cable is typically well used. Of course, the sound quality is exceptional, as is the selection of materials. T his model has a great mic for playing video games or chatting about work.
For istening music it may not be as perfect. However, it is better than other modes in terms of sound quality while opening HI-RES files, although regular files may not escape much. With regards to this size, Of course, the size and weight are somewhat larger than normal with a complete over-ear design.
1MORE ComfoBuds Pro Review: Affordably ANC
The ComfoBuds Pro, 1More is now delivering a design change towards a full-fledged in-ear. And although the two earbuds are very similar, there are apparent differences. Which are they?
As already mentioned, the Pro model is based on the Non-Pro version. That means we are dealing with a chopstick design again. This measures 42 x 17 x 20 mm (L x W x D) . 1More dares to approach a blue version with the Pro version. There are then three colors from Aurora Blue , Titanium Black, Mica White.
In terms of color, the headphones are stylish in every variant. The relatively dark lacquer on the earbuds looks almost like metal, but plastic is actually used.
Charging station (450 mAh, 5V)
3 pairs of silicone attachments (XS, S, L)
USB Type-C to USB-A charging cable (50 cm)
Plastic carrier bag (10.5 x 8 cm)
1More Bear Stickers
Multilingual operating instructions
|Multiple noise cancellation modes||No aptX|
|Good sound, strong bass||Expensive|
|Good voice quality|
|BT 5.0, SBC, AAC & IPX4 rating|
|1MORE ComfoBuds Pro|
|Released||March 15, 2021|
|Dimension||1.65 x 0.94 x 0.82 inches|
|Colors||Aurora Blue, Titanium Black, Mica White|
|Driver||13.4 mm dynamic driver|
|Water resistance||IPX4 rating|
|Music Controls||ANC Strong/Mild/OFF, Transparency, |
Wind Noise Resistant
|Codec||HFP / A2DP / AVRCP|
|Frequency||2.400 GHz ~ 2.4835 GHz|
|Charging Time||2 Hours|
|Battery capacity||50 mAh|
|Battery Life||Up to 20 Hours|
|Compatibility||Windows, Playstation, XBOX|
At the upper bending point of the style, the touch area is delimited by a different place. The microphone communication is, as usual, at the lower end of the stem and is turned slightly towards the mouth. There is also a two-color status LED at the end of the handle, but it only lights up in the station. The primary microphone is joined by another one directly on the driver and one above the touch surface.
Inside, there is an opening for pressure compensation and the area for the infrared proximity sensor, which detects whether the earbuds are being worn – sometimes even when they are on a table. The two charging contacts are also recessed inside, indicating that the earbuds are not placed in the station.
The 6 x 4 mm loudspeaker output is provided with a red aluminum grille, allowing other plugs. There is usually space in the charging cradle for attachments made of molded foam, but you need narrower attachments. With the larger ones, the station can no longer be closed.
The case measures 80 x 38 x 30 mm (L x W x H), but is still made of plastic. There was a downgrade for the hinge, which is now made of plastic instead of aluminum. The red-colored USB Type-C charging port has remained. A small multi-colored status LED was installed directly and in the middle below the notch for the opening. Inside there is the well-known pairing button and the socket for the earbuds.
Of course, the Pro version is also well processed and hardly allows any criticism. The design can be described as ergonomic and almost completely dispenses with edges. Transitions between the materials are easily noticeable here and there. It is a pity that the lid lacks a snap-in point at the maximum opening angle, so this closes relatively easily.
With the high-priced 1More models, the packaging is always an eye-catcher. Less from the outside because the different cardboard boxes are very similar. The concept drawings of the buds are shown inside again.
Another feature that suggests that the ComfoBuds Pro is very close to the normal ComfoBuds is the feature list. We get Bluetooth 5.0 with SBC and AAC codec, no aptX. This is a bit of a shame for the Pro at the significantly higher price point.
The same applies to the 13.4 mm dynamic driver. So you can assume that this is almost identical to the normal model. After all, 1More recognizes the opportunity and also integrates ANC. We use the raw data table to clarify whether the ComfoBuds convince us this time.
1More also has some settings that can be made via the app to adjust the sound profile.
ANC is available in several stages. These include “medium”, “strong”, “transparent” and “wind”. You can only hear a few differences between medium and strong. The damping is of course not quite as strong with medium. This mode, which is intended for rather quiet places, is not really worth it.
Different sound profiles can be selected via the equalizer in the 1More MUSIC app. In addition to Bass Boost and Bass Reduce, there are some other profiles, each with two levels. Here, among other things, the slightly restrained heights can be amplified, giving them the kick they need.
The ComfoBuds Pro needs their station to carry out the pairing, but the head in the station is not a must. When opening the charging case, the earbuds switch to pairing mode. If the device is already known, it will be connected again immediately, and new devices can now establish a connection.
The earbuds, of course, are controlled via the touch field on the outside. The following settings are possible as standard.
Tap R / L twice: pause / play
Press R / L for 3 seconds: ANC-strong / transparency / off
Tap R / L three times: Voice Assistant
Tap R / L twice, for a call: accept / hang up
As you can see, the controls are quite limited. In this case, it doesn’t matter because everything can be freely selected via the app except for switching the ANC modes, and even these can be adjusted to determine which ANC modes are chosen yourself.
App – 1More Music
1More is known to have two apps on the high edge. 1More MUSIC and 1More Assistant. The 1More Music app is your choice if you want to get the most out of your earbuds. Both are simply downloaded from the Google Play Store.
The app has a simple structure. Without a start page, you will land directly on the overview page of the earbuds. You can switch the ANC modes manually, choose how the proximity sensor should react, or activate the equalizer and change the touch control.
3 microphones per earbud are built into the 1More ComfoBuds Pro. Although only one is responsible for the direct recording of the speech, the other two improve the noise cancellation quality.
The ComfoBuds Pro showed a similar picture to the normal version in several test phone calls but goes one step further with an additional microphone.
Voices are recorded again clearly and distinctly, and background noises are usefully eliminated. Compared to the normal ComfoBuds, the Pro do a better job when it comes to heights and sudden peaks in the background noise. These are not entirely suppressed but are intercepted much better.
Longer conversations are no problem with the ComfoBuds Pro. The partner should not notice much of your surroundings and at the same time receive a comparatively natural-looking voice.
The ComfoBuds Pro also does not have an unlimited range. 20 meters are also easy here, but then the connection breaks off quickly.
Although the ComfoBuds and the ComfoBuds Pro look almost identical, 1More has incorporated slight design adjustments. Nuances have been changed, little things have been adjusted, and an angle has been readjusted here and there. This means that the ComfoBuds Pro sits much more comfortably, even for a long time.
The weight remains close to the previous model at 5.2 grams and because part of the load is now in the ear canal, this low weight is even further divided.
In contrast, the charging station has become a good deal “heavier” at 40 grams. Since the shape has only changed minimally here, it goes largely unnoticed in your pocket.
After all, the headphones themselves are also splash-proof. You get an IPX4 certificate. The station should be kept away from the water if possible.
In addition to a 50 mAh battery per earbud, a 450 mAh battery is used in the station. Despite the large case, the battery is only increased by 40 mAh. That, in turn, is enough for full charges of the earbuds, plus something on top. When charging, the station then needs almost 2 hours for 100%.
The earbuds, on the other hand, are fully charged again after just under an hour. At 50% volume, you can get a good 5 hours with the earbuds if ANC is switched on. This is an excellent value that some other headphones can only achieve without ANC.
1More was more convincible with the ComfoBuds Pro than with the normal ComfoBuds. Most of the negative aspects of the half-open version are eliminated with the Pro version. Nevertheless, you expect a little more for $100. There is no high-quality codec to minimize possible compression, and the sound test lacks that feeling that knocks you out when you start your favorite song.
The sound of the ComfoBuds Pro is excellent, but you can also do it the safe way instead of, for example, working out the highs properly. Otherwise, there is not much you can do wrong here.
Overall, the 1More ComfoBuds Pro gets a recommendation. Perhaps one is waiting for an offer in which the earbuds slip into more competitive realms.
OneOdio Studio Pro C Wireless Review: Affordable
We haven’t heard from OneOdio for a long time after the grand debut on our site. Then came the Super EQ, a new sub-brand from OneOdio, and it disappointed us a bit. Now OneOdio wants to prove to us once again that you can produce excellent and affordable over-ear headphones.
This review looks at the OneOdio Pro C Wireless ( or OneOdio Studio Wireless C Y80B ). For less than $50, these headphones combine two worlds and offer wired and wireless transmission. You can find out in the test whether the balancing act works with this model.
Packaging has so far been more helpful at OneOdio. This also applies to the small box in which the Studio Pro C Wireless is offered. There isn’t much to see here, and there aren’t any big surprises inside either.
2m audio cable with boom mic&volume control.
Dual 3.5mm “Y” extended cable.
Micro USB charging cable.
|Comfortable to wear||Micro USB and no aptX|
|Large battery, long runtime||Earpads could be bigger|
|OneOdio Studio Wireless C Y80B|
|Released||Over the Ear|
|Dimension||6.65 x 5.67 x 4.13 inches|
|Driver||50 mm Neodymium|
|Charging Time||4-5 Hours|
|Battery Life||Up to 80 hrs|
|Connector Type||Wired & Wireless|
|Compatibility||Windows, Playstation, XBOX|
If you look at the headphones, you can see old friends. The Pro 50 & Pro 10 Studio already had an identical design. Here you save a lot of design costs, but the aha effect when unpacking is no longer so great.
The headphones earbuds are structured in synthetic leather. Both are also lined with a lot of molded foam. The headband can be extended to the left and right in 9 steps or the equivalent of 3 cm.
Both sides of the headphones are provided with joints in order not only to fold the OneOdio Studio Pro C but also to turn the driver itself by 180 °. All essential connecting elements are made of plastic.
The Studio Pro C can handle both Bluetooth and a 3.5 mm jack, a control panel on the right earpiece consists of a plus button, a minus button, and a multifunction button. The proprietary 3.5 mm jack connection is located directly below it. OneOdio provides you with a suitable jack cable and microphone. The connection is proprietary because the jack plug is particularly thick to avoid unintentional pulling out or loosening by carrying. Still, if you have a relatively narrow jack cable, this will also fit into the opening.
The status LED for the wireless connection is also located between the buttons and the AUX connection. There is a built-in microphone facing towards the mouth, which is only active during the wireless connection.
There is nothing on the left, apart from the power connector for charging the battery. Unfortunately, OneOdio still relies on a micro-USB connection for the Studio Pro C Wireless, no longer up-to-date. Here you should consider not simply rereleasing the headphones as a Type-C variant.
At least with our test model, OneOdio was a bit sloppy because the two cushions for the ears are different sizes. While the said pad on the left is thicker, the ear on the right gets more space in the headphones but is not so thickly padded. Apart from that, there are no other mistakes. But the same design is not exciting either.
In addition, the OneOdio Studio Pro C Wireless is not offered in different colors. It should only be black. A bit strange if you consider that the Pro 10 Studio, almost identical in construction, without a Bluetooth module, is offered in umpteen different versions.
The OneOdio Studio Pro C Wireless practically supports two pairing methods. On the one hand, the wired, on the other hand, the wireless one via Bluetooth. The former is very simple. Take an AUX cable and a device with a suitable connection to hand (which should now be the bigger hurdle in the mobile sector) and plug the cable into both devices, done.
But the connection via Bluetooth is also simple. The headphones are activated via the multifunction button, and a confirmation tone sounds after a few seconds. After switching on, the over-ear headphones immediately switch to pairing mode and can now be found in the Bluetooth menu. There is no voice output.
SBC and AAC are supported. In addition, comes Bluetooth 5.0 for use. With headphones in this price range, the absence of aptX isn’t that tragic, but it’s still a shame. OneOdio also advertises the 50 mm drivers. According to the statement, the neodymium magnets provide stereo hi-fi sound and, of course, super-rich bass. Well, let’s see if that’s true.
The buttons on the headphones do not work in wired mode and are only intended for Bluetooth control. The button on the cable functions as a pause/play button.
- Hold the multifunction button for 5 seconds: on / off
- Press the multifunction button once: pause/play Press the multifunction button for 3 seconds: voice assistant
- Press the plus button once: increase the volume
- Hold down the plus button for 2 seconds: next track
- Press the minus button once: decrease the volume
- Hold down the minus button for 2 seconds: previous track
- Press the plus and minus buttons simultaneously for several seconds: reset pairing history
- Press the multifunction button once, for a call: accept/hang up
The functions are manageable but cover the entire audio control, including volume control. At least in wireless mode, you can operate the music player without using your smartphone. OneOdio still does without an app. There are no firmware updates or an alternative control system, but they are not necessary with the OneOdio Studio Pro C Wireless.
The OneOdio model makes a considerable amount of heat around the ears. There is no ventilation mechanism or the like. The OneOdio Studio Pro C Wireless also provides an excellent seal without having to rely on ANC.
The inside radius is only 4.5 cm; the padding is 2.5 cm wide and 2 cm thick. There is only limited space for my ears; they don’t quite fit in, which means they are pressed against my head. This can lead to discomfort after a long period of wear.
There is another polyester layer directly above the driver, unfortunately without padding. There is also no water protection. OneOdio would have preferred not to have seen the Studio Pro C Wireless underwater.
If you want to use the headphones for a long time, you should know that the OneOdio Studio Pro C is not the lightest, even if the weight is well distributed over the headband. The over-ear headphones weigh 260 grams.
As before, the wireless on the right earbud goes two ways. If you connect the over-ears via the aux cable, the wireless part is deactivated. The headphones then draw their energy from the host device battery.
If you use the Bluetooth connection, an integrated battery is, of course, used. OneOdio specifies this with a full 1500 mAh. However, the headphones with their 260 grams are significantly lighter than the recently tested Bang & Olufsen Beoplay HX, which in turn had a smaller and lighter battery with 1200 mAh.
The battery life specified at 80 hours also speaks in favor of a large battery. If you take the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay HX again for comparison, it looks wildly exaggerated. Here are 40 hours (B&O without ANC) against 80 hours (OneOdio, no ANC available), with only 300 mAh more.
If the OneOdio runs on battery, it will last an excellent 50 hours as long as you are in the medium volume range, which is enough for many occasions. If you increase the volume, the hours drop somewhat, but they can certainly stay within an adequate range of around 40 hours. So the battery is probably bigger, but not 80 hours.
If the OneOdio Studio Pro C Wireless has to be charged, you should bring some time with you. Almost 3 hours for a full charge is a house brand.
Again a combination device from OneOdio and again a helpful companion. Compared to the Pro M Wireless, however, the differences are limited. The Pro M is equipped with a real microphone but with the same range of functions.
And there we are at the crux of the matter. Most of the elements are covered with the even cheaper Pro M Wireless. The sound also does better with the Pro M model, especially since the headphones are not so far apart in price that one could expect incredible leaps in quality.
If you look closely, only the battery power speaks for the Studio Pro C Wireless model. Those who rely on long mileage will probably be happy with these over-ears.
Ultimately, the price is usually decided. Both over-ears are often on offer and thus slide below the $40 mark. As a rule, the Pro M Wireless is still cheaper. Therefore, the Studio Pro C Wireless is not recommended unless you need these 50+ hours.
Razer Kraken V3 X vs Razer Blackshark V2 Pro: Which is Better
The choice of high-quality, functional, and technological gaming headphones is not an easy task. And if you have to choose among wireless models, the complexity of searches increases significantly. That’s why we got so excited when the Razer brand released the second version of their famous Blackshark. Today we are comparing the Blackshark with the Razer Kraken V3 X.
The Razer Kraken V3 X is an entry-level wired gaming headset with 7.1 surround sound, USB connectivity, and stylish looks. In this review, we’ll explore how an inexpensive dedicated headset can improve your gaming experience.
And even though they are noticeably different from their predecessors who conquered the gaming world, which had a clear resemblance to aviation headphones, they have noticeably improved many external and internal characteristics. Lets check out.
|Razer Kraken V3 X||Razer Blackshark V2 Pro|
|Solid build quality and appearance||Excellent sound quality|
|Succulently soft ear cups||Fit well on the head|
|Great, microphone||Detachable microphone|
|Non-removable ear pads||Solid and reliable build quality|
|Windows only software||Inconsistent bass and treble delivery|
|Razer Kraken V3 X||Razer Blackshark V2 Pro|
|$||CHECK PRICE||CHECK PRICE|
|Released||September 22, 2020||March 25, 2021|
|Model||Razer Kraken V3 X||Razer Blackshark V2 Pro|
|Weight||9.9 pounds||1.58 ounces|
|Dimension||3.55 x 6.78 x 3.55 inches||6.5 x 3.94 x 7.88 inches|
|Driver||TriForce 40mm Drivers||TriForce Titanium 50mm Drivers|
|Microphone||Bendable HyperClear Cardioid||Removable Mic|
|Software||Razer Synapse||Razer Synapse|
|Connector Type||USB||Wireless 2.4GHZ / 3.5mm|
The Razer Kraken V3 X is made of lightweight and durable plastic and weighs only 285 g. The headphones are entirely invisible on the head, even after prolonged use. The slider guides for adjusting the size are made of plastic; the travel is quite stiff. The inner part of the headband is covered with eco-leather with a soft filling.
The ear cups are medium in size, have one degree of freedom, no additional pivoting hinges are provided.
The side cups of the headphones are made with nice perforation; the logo with RGB backlighting is embedded in the center. Outwardly, the headphones look significantly more expensive than they cost.
On the left side, there is a microphone on a flexible boom. His teammates appreciated his work perfectly; the voice was heard loud and clear.
The luminous Razer logo is embedded on the sides of the cups; the backlight color is constantly changing. There is an engraving with the brand name on the top cup of the headband.
Even the packaging on the Razer Blackshark V2 Pro grabs attention, not to mention the headphones themselves. Their box is made of black and acid-green matte cardboard. It is a pleasant combination that attracts attention. The box shows the headphones themselves and information about their main characteristics. It opens like a box, and inside they lie on a black background – the Razer Blackshark V2 Pro headphones.
Included with the main star of the attratction is a thin bag for transportation, which in general will not protect the accessory from damage. There are also two wires in a fabric braid: one for recharging the gadget, the other for turning it into wired headphones with a slight hand movement. In case they suddenly sat down, for example, or, more likely, for use with devices that cannot be plugged into a USB receiver. It seems to me that it will be convenient to store these wires in the transport bag.
The earbuds look very stylish, although some elements raise concerns about their durability. But, looking ahead. The metallic thin black elements that connect the ear cushions to the soft headband, although they look flimsy, actually perform very well. The headphones are almost entirely black, except for the button design on the left ear cushion. The bowls are made of matte plastic, very similar to the one Razer uses for its mice. This material is delightful to the touch and completely non-marking.
The Kraken V3 X ear cushions are filled with soft memory foam and covered with soft-touch eco-leather and soft fabric on top. The material is well ventilated, the skin under the headphones hardly sweats. The depth of the ear pads is sufficient to make your ears feel comfortable.
Unfortunately, the ear pads are not removable.
We could not immediately find a comfortable fit for the headphones, as it was not very snug. However, after a while, the ear pads adjusted, and the fit became more comfortable.
Passive soundproofing is at an average level; while playing or watching a movie, you will hear a significant proportion of external noise, if any. The depth of the Razer Kraken V3 X’s cups is quite comfortable.
Razer Blackshark V2 Pro- You need to talk about the ear pads in more detail, since they are thought out and implemented very worthily. The inside of the bowl is made as if from memory foam and covered with the same material as the headband inside. Apparently, the combination of these two materials made it possible to bring passive noise cancellation to a high level. Indeed, little is heard from the outside in them, especially when music is playing inside. Moreover, those around you will not hear anything from what will be broadcast in this headset.
And the cups are adjustable here. And although this whole structure of thin metal between the “ears” and the headband looks not too reliable, in fact everything is more than reliable. The fit at the ear cushions is perfect and will fit any head and ear shape. The Razer Blackshark V2 Pro as the number one headphone I’ve used. For reference: there are more than fifty of them.
In order to make such a massive headset almost invisible on the head, it was necessary to try hard. Yes, of course, the lion’s share of this merit is in a high-quality and well-thought-out adjustment system and comfortable soft large ear pads. But without light, well-chosen materials, the effect would not be the same. And the lack of a dangling wire under the chin is expensive. After all, with him, whatever one may say, in movements, especially sharp ones, you will be limited so as not to accidentally pull him out of the audio jack.
The Razer Kraken V3 X headphones do not require any unique settings. You need to connect the model to the USB port of your device. The headset works with a computer; Kraken V3 X can be connected, for example, to an Xbox or PlayStation.
Unfortunately, the connection cable is not removable. However, it is quite soft and has a braid made of pleasant rubberized material. For easy storage, a small rubber tie is provided on the cable, it is also non-removable, so there is no need to worry about getting lost. A protective cap is provided for the USB connector. If you suddenly have only the usual AUX headphone jack free, you will also have to purchase a USB – AUX + MIC adapter.
On the left earcup, there is a volume control and a button for turning on the microphone. The layout of the control, in my opinion, is excellent. If you put your palm on the left cup, your thumb hits the microphone on/off button. The microphone button has good travel, and you can tell by touch what position the switch is in.
For playback in the Razer Kraken V3 X headphones, 40mm drivers are responsible. Pseudo-3D soundstages are generated using intelligent audio signal processing. You only need to install the proprietary Razer software – it is free and available on the manufacturer’s official website. Unfortunately, only Windows OS is supported. As a MAC OS user, you will have to enjoy typical stereo sound.
In addition to providing 3D sound using the software, you can experiment with the equalizer settings.
The sound in the headphones during games pleasantly surprised me. Localization of actions in surround sound mode is entirely accurate. Hero steps, shots, or caterpillar sounds are perfectly positioned, adding new emotions to the gameplay.
The soft black headband is made of leatherette on the outside and fabric on the inside. On top of it, the name of the manufacturer’s brand is printed in large letters using embossing. On the left side are all the controls, including a very steep protruding analog volume control, which has a lock in the middle position and changes the volume only in the headphones. It can easily be groped blindly with a hand, and it seems to be one of the model’s chips. There are also two buttons here: an on / off switch and a microphone switch. In addition, there are micro-USB and 3.5-mm jack connectors.
Thanks to the presence of a USB transmitter, the communication quality, and range are very high here. There is no hint of sound compression, but everything works well, even through a couple of concrete walls. We recommend using these headphones in conjunction with the Razer Synapse 3 utility, which is unavailable if the headphones are connected via the jack. This will keep the microphone working. To turn on / off the headset, you need to hold down the power button for a long time. Using the utility, you can set auto shutdown after 15-60 minutes when idle.
Low frequency tends to dominate the sound profile of gaming headsets, and the Razer Kraken V3 X headphones are no exception. Explosions of shells, thunder, drums are reproduced as dynamically as possible and slightly obscure the overall musical picture. The high frequencies, on the other hand, sound somewhat restrained. The clang of metal is conveyed quite confidently.
Mid-range sounds neutral, vocals and voice – confident and without distortion. This applies to both the general sound picture and the lines of other players. For its price category, the headphones sound very convincing, but it is better to choose something more classic for listening to music. The Razer Kraken V3 X is fun to play and comfortable to watch movies.
The dynamic 50mm TriForce drivers are responsible for sound production. They have a titanium-coated diaphragm. The sound here is excellent for audio: the music of different genres, games, films. The sound is balanced, with low surround frequencies in the background.
The microphone is inserted separately. This is very convenient since it can be removed if it is unnecessary. The bar is flexible and has a great memory effect, so if you adjust it once, you don’t have to worry about it anymore. The foam pop filter dampens exhalation, and the unidirectional microphone saves from external noise, as does the active noise suppressor on the other side. The application provides the ability to improve the sound quality of the microphone.
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