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Razer Tiamat 2.2

Razer Tiamat 2.2

“Just got these as an upgrade from my Philips SHG7980 headset. Straight out of the box, they sound great, no equalizer setting modification required. Just plug the headset and get immersed in movies and games. The bass is definitely what makes this headphone shine.   Club/rock/dubstep music: perfect with Asus Xonar DGX sound-card (dolby headphone: enabled) Gaming: best when used...” --b3roldan

100% Positive Reviews
Razer Orca Gaming and Music Headphones

Razer Orca Gaming and Music Headphones

“ With just $70, the Razer Orca delivers massive sound quality for its purpose. Low frequencies are great! Doesnt muffle up the highs and the mids. Seperation is good, sound stage is excellent! Best Suitable for gaming. Only problem is Leakage ” --Ezio

100% Positive Reviews
Razer Megalodon 7.1

Razer Megalodon 7.1

“For the price of these($160 when I bought them) they cannot be beat! They have a built in very powerful amp/dac which helps power these very powerful headphones, they have a bigger sound stage than dedicated open headphones as they have built in 7.1 surround sound which open headphones cannot achieve.   The clarity at this price is unrivaled, and have some of the most hard hitting base...” --skyforger

100% Positive Reviews
Razer Carcharias

Razer Carcharias

“somewhere in the middle is where these belong. 3 stars for the very very comfy wear factor” --peperico

67% Positive Reviews
Razer Chimaera 5.1

Razer Chimaera 5.1

“ its good if you only want to use for game audio and not game chat. I like it myself i use it for xbox 360, but is also compatible with pc for pc gaming. I believe they can work for ps3 but are not chat compatible and that is because they have to be plugged in to a xbox 360 controller in order to use game chat on xbox 360, but does not apply to pc that's just how voip works on a xbox 360. So...” --Full Grizzly

100% Positive Reviews
Razer Tiamat 7.1

Razer Tiamat 7.1

“   This headphone have 10 DRIVERS so it's heavy and bulky headset   http://www.razerzone.com/tiamat/en/features   Gaming and movie (7.1 mode): enjoyable since you can spot location very easy.   Music (2.0 mode): if you listen music with 7.1 you can't not hear any bass. However, in 2.0 mode, the sound is extremly boomy and bloated.   Overall sound...” --tl13m

25% Positive Reviews
Razer Kraken 7.1

Razer Kraken 7.1

Razer's Digital Revision of their Kraken line of products. This is with 7.1 virtual surround paired with their drivers, Razer Synapse 2.0.

RAZER Kraken Pro Circumaural Analog Gaming Headset - Black

RAZER Kraken Pro Circumaural Analog Gaming Headset - Black

The Razer Kraken Pro gaming headset has been field-tested by countless professional gamers and athletes to determine the optimal weight for extended gaming sessions as well as for unparalleled comfort on the go.

Hamilton Electronics HA-5

Hamilton Electronics HA-5

The Hamilton HA5 Headphone features two-in-one operation in 1/4 in stereo and 1/4 inch mono modes. Soft leatherette style washable, replaceable ear cushions, easy-to-wear design, swivel ear cups and soft coiled 3 meter long cord (almost 10 feet!) all contribute to longer fatigue-free use. Comes in easy to mark medium gray color. Use in groups with a listening center jackbox. Specifications: ...

Hamilton Electronics Multi-Channel Wireless Headphone System - Single Headphone

Hamilton Electronics Multi-Channel Wireless Headphone System - Single Headphone

This Multi-Channel Wireless Headphone works with any Hamilton Wireless Headphone System or transmitter. These cordless headphones function up to 100 feet away from the transmitter, so students can use them anywhere in your classroom. Simply turn the units on and use the channel selector under the leatherette ear cushions to choose a frequency. Headphones operate for up to 40 hours and charge in...

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