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Discussion in 'Audio' started by Razer|Gwynbleidd, Jul 25, 2017.
Always loved my Tiamat's but i've swapped to the Man'O'War now..
One pressing and important question here!
I see there is a nintendo switch in the picture, are you able to split the mic and headphones send and receive to talk through voice on the switches setup (phone)
razer equipment is ever the most impressive inside this type of market.
^ I concur with this statement. Razer keep up the good work!
I really like the looks of these but at that price IDK if its really going to be the buy for me!
Aussies can now place their orders as the AU store has been stocked. Shipping will be free as well due to the price being over AU$89.
Just placed my order.
Just wish I had the money to buy it though, lol
anyone tried these on console yet either with just whats in the box or an external sound card or something of the like?
Wow an actually good headset design
i like it... i like it alot... as of right now, i have the 7.1 krakens
Got shipping confirmation!
Would so buy one of the tiamats if not for their expensive price tags, anything above 100 dollars for gaming is not worth it for me... Nice headsets though
Is the build quality improved in the V2 version?
I've owned 3 Tiamat 7.1 headsets in the past:
The first one, after about 6 months, got an issue common with headphones, where unless the wire is in the perfect position, you either get static in one ear or that ear gets no audio. I RMA'd that one to get another
The second one had the same issue immediately after being taken out of the box. I RMA'd that one and got the $199.99 razerstore credit, which I used to get a Blackwidow and Naga.
The third one had a small piece of plastic break that was holding the earcup to the headband, it's still theoretically usable but the earcup can twist and swivel to any angle, doesn't sit on the head well. I didn't bother RMA'ing this one as I assumed it'd be declined as user neglect.
I'd love to try the new 7.1 v2, but is the build quality any better than the v1s?
If not, I'll likely just get a Man'o'War.
You probably just got an unlucky run. Mine lasted 5 years before the left earpad fell off. I could theoretically still use it but it would be rather uncomfortable.
And I just bought my kraken 7.1 v2 :'(
does anyone else think i should look into these?
looks awesome wen my Kraken dies i will buy it
daaamn this is amazing bro !!
"The Audio Control Unit doubles up as an audio pass through to allow quick switching between headset and your external speakers." This feature sounds really cool - it's like an on-the-fly audio source switcher.
Anyone who got one, mind sharing how's the build quality? The first one wasn't that impressive
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