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Reviewed in Australia on 27 October 2021
At first impressions, this pair of headphones seemed like it was a great value, the sound quality was pretty decent for it's price - it's a bit bass heavy, but it is clear. And it fit's comfortably on your ears. The 7.1 surround sound is not obviously true surround sound but it is software simulated, without it turned on, the headphones lacks depth, it's better to leave it on. The microphone quality is okay and clear for gaming, not the best.

However, after 7 months of general use (which Razer Support calls this "wear and tear & abuse" - which will not be covered) the headband seemed to crack slightly, 2 months after that it finally snapped, leaving it really uncomfortable and hard to use. I would not recommend this product to anyone who uses it correctly.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Decent sound, Not durable.
Reviewed in Australia on 27 October 2021
At first impressions, this pair of headphones seemed like it was a great value, the sound quality was pretty decent for it's price - it's a bit bass heavy, but it is clear. And it fit's comfortably on your ears. The 7.1 surround sound is not obviously true surround sound but it is software simulated, without it turned on, the headphones lacks depth, it's better to leave it on. The microphone quality is okay and clear for gaming, not the best.

However, after 7 months of general use (which Razer Support calls this "wear and tear & abuse" - which will not be covered) the headband seemed to crack slightly, 2 months after that it finally snapped, leaving it really uncomfortable and hard to use. I would not recommend this product to anyone who uses it correctly.
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