Advantage- Razer Tiamat 7.1 v2 is a nice gaming headphone and it has rotating unidirectional boom mic that can be easily folded into earcups. The headphones and control have lights that are powered by razer chroma. This also comes with a 10x audio driver.
Disadvantage- Razer Tiamat 7.1 v2 is a bit bulky. It will be a bit of weight while carrying them around. The price point they come with is also high. The sound quality isn’t that up to the mark. The quality of the microphone isn’t good.
The Bottom line- Overall the headphones are good for gaming purposes. This is the redesigned version of the Razer Tiamat 7.1. This is a better investment as the sound quality is a bit improved but isn’t upto to mark.
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Razer Tiamat 7.1 v2 details
Razer Tiamat 7.1 v2 is the basic gaming headphones. These are redesigned and improved versions of Razer Tiamat 7.1. These are amazing headphones if you are willing to work with them. These are a boon for gamers who are into full-time gaming or are the ones who are willing to pursue.
These deliver sound through 10 discrete drivers which are divided into 5 in each ear cup. Helping you know every detail of the game from who is shooting and helps in locating the enemy. This will help you see the difference between being a predator and prey. The sound is perfectly divided and is surely more clear and loud. These headphones will give you the best gaming experience out there. This includes an audio control unit that will help you control the internal and external audio.
Overall these are a great headphone bit expensive but are good for the purpose they are made for. These headphones weigh around 415 grams. These are a bit bulkier than usual headphones. The headphones cost around $70 dollars. The price is ok but could have been lower down. Overall the headphones are good for gaming purposes.
Audio control unit
The Razer Tiamat 7.1 v2 has all-new audio controls and it helps you to control the volume of each audio channel. The audio controls are there at your fingertips. This helps in using all the channels perfectly. The controls are supported by the lights powered by razer chroma. This can help you toggle between 7.1 surround sound and stereo audio. You can mute unmute the audio and the same with the microphones. This helps in controlling the headset and the speaker sound for that perfect sound output. This has Razer Tiamat 7.1 audio toggle. This works with USB connectors. These control the master volume, front speaker, center speaker, side speaker, rear speaker, and subwoofer. These also have 2.0 stereo mode toggle.
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True 7.1 Surround Sound
The headphones come with 10 discrete drivers. These are equally divided into 5 for each ear cup. This delivers 7.1 surround sound which helps in delivering that perfect gaming sound into your ears. There is a bit more detail about the sound and the background. This will help you with precision playing as the sound that is delivered is quite rich and helps in differentiating easily. You can easily switch the headset from surround sound to stereo when you don’t want to use the headphones.
Razer Tiamat 7.1 v2 have 10 discrete neodymium magnets. Each ear cup has a subwoofer with a 40mm titanium coated diaphragm. On front there is a 30mm neodymium magnet. The rear side contains 20mm neodymium magnet, Centrepart consists of 30mm neodymium magnet. Razer chroma light feature gives out 16.8 million light changing options. This features on both the earcups and the control unit. These can be customized as you want them to be. The microphone gives out a frequency of 100 to 10,000 hz. There is a unidirectional boom mic which can be folded easily when you are not using it. These are super comfortable to wear or a longer period of time.
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You need a pc with a built-in 3.5 mm microphone jack and the USB port. This also needs a pc or the motherboard which supports analog surround sound ports.
Razer Tiamat 7.1 v2 Sound Card
There is always a doubt related to the sound card used in the headphones. It is said that you need a special sound card to make them work. You need just one sound card with at least 4 to 5 3.5 m jack if you want to use a mic too. If your motherboard has only 3 sound cards then you need an additional discrete sound card so that you can use them more efficiently.
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Razer Tiamat 7.1 v2 cushion replacement
It happens when you use headphones for a longer period of time the ear cups cushion starts to wear off after a couple of years. You can always replace the cushions. There are many online companies selling genuine cushions for Razer Tiamat 7.1 v2. These replacements take place after rough use for a year or two before that you don’t need to change it.
|Frequency response||20hz -20,000Hz|
|Audio jack||3.5 mm|
According to the review of Razer Tiamat 7.1 v2, the headphones are great for the gaming purpose. They provide detailed sound and great gaming experience. These headphones are wired and can be used via Bluetooth too. They are an improved redesigned version of Razer Tiamat 7.1. The audio controller is great. The only thing that is not upto the mark is the mic provided with the headphones.
Overall the headphones are a great buy if you are someone who invests their time on gaming, this is the headphone for the presided gaming sound.
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