Razer BlackShark V2 Gaming Headset with Microphone & USB Sound Card - Black/Green
- Over-ear headset offers powerful sound with deep bass, while its advanced passive noise cancellation gives you uninterrupted focus
- Wired headset with USB adapter and 3.5mm plug gives it the ability to work with different devices
- 50mm titanium Razer Triforce drivers with 12Hz-28KHz frequency response guarantee impressive sound quality
- USB sound card keeps you in control of your audio
- THX Spatial Audio ensures surround sound with excellent positional accuracy and lets you personalise audio settings for optimal experience
- Integrated microphone lets you communicate with your team in superb clarity
- Soft ear cushions let you wear these headphones for hours without any discomfort
- Multi-platform capability allows you to play on a variety of gaming platforms
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Of the 236 reviewers who responded, 216 would recommend this product.
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Ease of Use: Excellent
- Great entry, Not quite the Premium Choice- December 12, 2020
The are definitely a comfy set of headphones and great entry level set. That said, I personally don't feel audio quality is all there to warrant beyond the $100 price tag. If you find yourself buying beyond the $100 price tag, I would recommend looking at the Razer Nari line of headphones instead as they seem to have better sound quality. If you have a PS5 or are centric on FULL IMERSION and have a bit more cash to spare, the Nari Ultimate headphones are simply the best on the market for that. Naturally this is what I did. I can't knock the headphones too hard since they are not bad, but they are not the best at the end of the day.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Fantastic audio quality- October 2, 2020
This headset is absolutely fantastic. Extremely light weight so even wearing it for hours does not hurt your head at all. Even though it is light, the build on it is great and I'm not worried at all about it cracking anytime soon. The best part has to be the built in sound card with the Razer software. Really lets you change how you want the sounds to hear and along with the THX audio makes games like Post Scriptum sound even better. If you're deciding between these and the V2X (the cheaper $60 option) I would still strongly reccomend these. The customization really goes a long way in my opinion and if you want more of a custom sound stage I'd go with these.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Pretty Good- November 21, 2020
Overall, a very good headset to use for games, although spatial audio integration feels like it reduces the quality of audio in order to achieve a spatial profile when enabled. When disabled, the audio output is pretty good for listening to music and other things. Noise canceling is only okay, but I don't mind that personally as I prefer to be aware of things happening around me. The mic is also decent, but I'd recommend getting a separate mic of higher value if you were looking to record audio for various projects. Overall, the Razer Blackshark V2 headset is worth its price point, and my only complaint is having to deal with Razer's software when managing audio options.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.