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Submitted by rpad 1062d ago | review

Razer BlackShark Gaming Headset Review (Video)

RPad.TV checks out the Battlefield 3-inspired Razer BlackShark Gaming headset. Styled after aviator headsets, this model features a deep bass response, great comfort, and unique looks. It's a high-quality headset that looks great, but there are some issues with the sound quality and price that should be considered. (Battlefield 3, PC, Razer, Tag Invalid) -

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robavila95  +   1062d ago
Why would Razer make a STEREO headset for BF3? It's a bummer because it really looks cool.

For this price (actually even less) you could get the TB DX12 combo (an enhanced stereo headset plus a Surround converter).
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rpad  +   1062d ago
In this case, you're paying for the looks and materials. A 5.1 or 7.1 version of this headset would probably be more expensive that Razer's top-of-the-line (for wired) Tiamat 7.1.

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