“These are my everyday gaming and music cans for like 10 years now through two sets of them. The bass response is unparalleled with USB powered built-in amplification and a dedicated 40 mm subwoofer driver. I imagine to get the same bass you would have to buy another can with a dedicated bass driver, and some do exist from different makers, but no one did it as clean as the razer barracuda....” --indopler
“Expanding on the pros, other likes- - These cans are pretty comfortable imo, with the velour pads and soft headband. I havent had any problems with pressure points on the headband, and have been able to wear them for several hours on end without much fatigue. Clamping force is just right. Tighter than, for example, a Creative Aurvana Live, but looser than my FA-011s. Fairly light weight. -...” --kidcharlemagne
“overall, a decent piece of kit for 90 pounds. fairs good in games (i find the noise cancelling mic great, others say they hear me very very clearly, all the time) but finds true love with music. running off computer with sound blaster zxr's and well pleased with clarity and all-roundness. can't compare with my akg k712's - but hey, the k712 pro is in a league of it's own and never leaves my house ” --peperico
“ These things are HUUUUUUUUUUGE for what they have underneath. It's probably an overstatement because this monster of a headset isn't all it's really cut out to be. It's produced and advertised by Razer as a "Gaming Headset". In that assumption alone there's already a misleading information. For a pair of cans to be a gaming headset they need to have good output sound as well as good input...” --elm4171978
Designed exclusively for StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty with a focus on maximum sound isolation, comfort and portability, the Razer Banshee provides everything you could wish for in a headset. The Razer Banshee features a newly developed, multi-color APM (Actions-Per-Minute) Lighting System that provides real-time feedback about the player's performance in-game. The Razer Banshee is...