The Best Gaming Headsets by Razer
The US company Razer was founded in 1998 by scientists and engineers. In 2005, the brand name was acquired by Ming-Lian Tan and Robert Krakoff. They produce computer hardware specifically designed for gamers. A special trademark of the company is that all its products contain mystical animal names. Besides laptops, mice, keyboards, headsets and mouse pads, they now also offer clothing, backpacks and watches. They began sponsoring clans and Esports teams at an early age, and they also sponsored important events such as the World Cyber Games and StarCraft tournaments. For all streamers among you, the Razer affiliate program might be interesting. Take a closer look here. In this article we will take a closer look at the top 3 Razer Gaming Headsets.
These pros use Razer Gaming Headsets
Here’s a list of famous streamers and pros who use Razer gaming headsets:
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Razer Tiamat 2.2 v2 The classic by Razer
The Razer Tiamat 2.2 V2’s push leatherette ear cushions and the proven Razer headband ensure balanced weight distribution and great wearing comfort even during longer gaming sessions. The absolute highlight of this headset, however, is the bass sound with two amplifying subwoofer drivers. Furthermore the audio channels can be freely configured and customized to your listening with Razer Synapse. With about 120€ it belongs to the middle price segment with a good price-performance ratio.
Here’s an unboxing video in which the Razer Tiamat 2.2 V2 is presented once again in detail:
Razer Kraken USB One of the most popular eSports headsets on the market
The Razer Kraken USB is one of the most popular eSports headsets available. Thanks to its outstanding sound quality, it impresses especially with its bass tones, as is usual for Razer. The headset also has a very good wearing comfort, so that even gaming for several hours is no problem at all. With about 40€ it belongs to the lower price segment. Unlike many other headsets, the Kraken USB completely dispenses with extra functions and concentrates on what is important for a headset: The sound.
Here’s a review for you, in which the Razer Kraken USB is presented once again:
Razer ManO’War The battleship among the Razer headsets
With only 375g, the ManO’War by Razer is one of the lightest wireless headsets available, despite its voluminous design. Its sound profile is completely focused on gaming and has its strengths there, although it has some weaknesses in acoustic positioning. The pleasantly soft and generous padding makes it easier to wear for hours. With 160,99 € it belongs to the middle price segment of wireless headsets.
Here’s a video review for you, in which the Razer ManO’War is presented once again: