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- Great for PC gaming
- Comfortable and well-built
- Surprisingly powerful sound
- Razer HyperSense built in for immersive gameplay
- Vibrating haptic technology for a more realistic experience
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Razer Nari Ultimate Wireless
They're also comfortable and well-built. However, they're very prone to inconsistent audio delivery, and their five-hour battery life is very disappointing, especially as they can't be used passively since they need to be on, even when wired. On the upside, they have low wireless latency when used with their USB receiver.
Looking for a wireless Razer headset, what can you guys recommend me?
I don't have much experience on razer wireless headsets but i have been using the Razer Nari Essential for more than a year and I'm very satisfied with it. They're pretty clear and they have good bass . Tha mic's good too. I bought them when they were new for 100€ and they're worth the money.
Do a little research.
I have noticed that most of the 1 star reviews are from kids trying to use the wireless on xbox, which a little bit of reading would have told them from the start that it wouldn't work. That aside, This is a solid headset for the price. It is very comfortable, even while wearing glasses. It can be a...
Great headphones but some minor quibbles
I like these a lot. Take the cons with a grain of salt. No where near negative enough for me to return them. Keep in mind these are noise isolating, not canceling. Noise isolation when compared to Audio Technica is 3 out of 5 stars. Good enough for use at home. But in a noisy environment I do not th...
Razer Nari Ultimate Wireless
The Razer Nari Ultimate Wireless are decent wireless gaming over-ears. They have Razer HyperSense built-in, which is a haptic feedback system that transmits vibrations or rumbles to the user that can help immerse you in your games. They're also comfortable and well-buil...
A PC-User's Purchase "Guide" (it's not...just the ramblings of an idiot) to High Quality Audio on your system.
I just bought an evga nu soundcard as well as the dt770 pro's with the modmic uni. This should set me, right? I got the 80 ohm version and this soundcard is made with audio note. This is replacing a Razer nari essential.
The worst product. Razor should be ashamed.
I have always thought of Razer as a reputable company. I spent around $130 on a headset that completely fell apart after a little over a year. This headset was worn by an adult who still has items from his childhood, he takes good care of his things. But these headphones are the worst yet. I have he...
Distortion at high volume
I like these and use them constantly... on and off for over 12 hours a day. For normal use (telecom) they are great. But for music or loud gaming I find the distortion distracting and I simply can't use them to play. If you don't need it loud, they are great. Comfortable, weight is reasonable, noise...
People are "optimizing" sound quality, and not the other advantages of wireless. If you want a decent wireless headset, then you could look at PDP Lvl 50 wireless or Razer Nari Essential. They have decent (not audiophile) sound, ok microphones and good battery life. They lose in quality to wired headsets of the same price, but they are good enough for gaming and don't sound bad even for just listening to music.