The HyperX Streamer Starter Pack is a convenient bundle for aspiring streamers who are eager to start creating content for their future fans. We know that the road to becoming a full-time content creator can be a grind, which is why the HyperX Cloud Core was designed with comfort in mind. Cushy memory foam and soft, premium leatherette will keep your ears comfortable during long gaming sessions. This bundle also includes the HyperX Solocast, a USB condenser mic with several fan-favorite features, like the convenient tap-to-mute sensor, and a stand that swivels to fit a variety of different setups. A great gift for streamers who are ready to embark on their journey to streaming superstardom!
Very big improvement over my current headset. The mic is clear and adds color to my voice recordings making it great for general gaming and streaming. The headset has a nice fit and feel. The cable isn't removable but that's okay since it's sturdy. The included splitter cable for pc connection is long. Very long. Long enough to serve as an extension for the headset which is very nice to have.Nov 07, 2021 20:35
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Head set likes to disconnect and reconnect regardless of battery life. Which serious flabbergasts me cause it has a predominant 2.4 ghz dongle which should be better than blue tooth. I also had to buy new ear muff pads off amazon cause the stock ones arent thick enough, the hard plastic part of the head set rests on your ears.
The mouse is great, works excellent for all games when not in power saving mode. The power saving mode should not make the mouse take much much longer to reconnect after being put to sleep from inactivity, it also reduces the range the mouse can reach.
The keyboard is a non mechanical soft touch actually feels really fluid and smooth.
All in all would recommend the set for 200 any more and no.Nov 12, 2021 17:36
So good! Great quality and amazing price! Got this for $150 Black Friday price. In my opinion the headset alone is nearly worth that. Mic is crystal clear and fits adult and kids heads perfect. Setting everything up was super easy. Literally plug and play.Nov 08, 2021 00:29
Great set for a great price! Just starting the pc gaming adventure and I am very pleased! Highly recommend!Nov 19, 2021 15:37
Excellent package it has everything you need and great qualityNov 13, 2021 10:56
Very nice deals for early blackfriday, Thanks Best BuyNov 15, 2021 18:42
The HyperX Cloud Core with virtual 7.1 surround sound* provides clear positional audio for a more immersive gaming experience. It also features signature HyperX memory foam and soft leatherette making it comfortable for long gaming sessions. The detachable noise-cancelling microphone keeps ambient sounds from interrupting your voice chat and can be removed when not in use. Cloud headsets are known for their legendary sound, comfort, and durability — optimized for the way you play.
The surround sound sounds amazing love the design and the long cord is amazing. The only con is that they didn’t put the headset box inside of another box and the box is now scratched up and ripped at the top but the packaging on the inside was really nice.Aug 03, 2021 12:49
I had an older generation of HyperX Cloud, and when they finally broke after about 6 years of use, I was so excited to get this set.
The headphones have an amazing fit, not only due to the extendable arms, but also a swivel on the arms and an extremely flexible headband, as well as oval shaped earpads. The matte finish also feels quality, not cheap like some cheaper headphones. They are also lightweight enough that sometimes I forget they're even on my head.
Overall, highly recommended in my opinion.Jun 13, 2021 18:09
I bought this gaming headset for my almost 7 year old daughter, so she can listen to videos on her iPad. The headset has great build quality and the cable is braided which means our cat will not chew thru it. The sound quality is great and the price was right. It fits her little head quite nicely. I am somewhat jealous that its hers, now I want one for myself.
Buy with confidence!Oct 23, 2021 11:27
Crisp clear sound with amazing range. The mic works well. Comfortable to wear for long periods of gaming and streaming. I have nothing negative to say about this.Nov 22, 2021 13:27
This is second pair ive had (first broke by my mistake) would def. recommend. Easy to use and really great.May 28, 2021 16:59
Got these for work, but they are great for gaming too.Oct 29, 2021 15:12
A good replacement headset for my previous headset. Only needs a usb port, unlike my old headset that also needed a mic and audio jack. Would be better if microphone could retract and not stiffJul 09, 2021 19:14
I purchased two of these, have had them over a month and can say they were well worth $50. Great buy!Sep 05, 2021 19:33
The Barracuda X is a slim, lightweight headset designed for maximum versatility. It is a 4-in-1 wireless headset, with a USB-C dongle that allows wireless connection to PC, PlayStation, Switch and Android. Incredibly comfortable with swivelling earcups, plush memory foam ear cushions and weighing just under 250g, the Barracuda X is a gamer’s ideal multi-purpose headset for gaming both indoors and on the go.
BOTTOM LINE UP FRONT:
I can't say as I've ever been a big Razer fanboy when it came to their headsets. I have tried and passed on various wired/wireless iterations of the Kraken, Nari, and Blackshark for a variety of comfort, sound, and sometimes even software support issues. BUT, the Barracuda X came out of nowhere to totally blow my expectations out of the water and turn in some remarkably fine gaming AND multimedia performance for both the PC and Switch, all while overcoming some of the comfort issues that dogged a few of their previous outings. And all of this was on tap without needing Razer's sometimes bloated and resource-heavy Synapse client! Frankly, I was skeptical that the Barracuda X would be a keeper after a recent disappointment with the Blackshark V2 X, but Razer appears to have put its best foot forward with this headset and the results were simply outstanding. DEFINITELY RECOMMENDED if you're hunting in the crowded $100 headset market for something comfortable, versatile, and sporting a powerful, engaging, but definitely not bloated, sound signature.
A MORE IN-DEPTH LOOK:
Starting with style, build quality and comfort, Razer has eschewed their normal, over-the-top gamer aesthetic and loud RGB bling for something that looks more like a middle-of-the-road consumer headset with styling cues very similar to the Sony WH-1000XM4. In fact, if it weren't for the subtle Razer logos etched in the earcups, you'd be hard-pressed to identify the Barracuda X as a Razer gaming headset at all--definitely a plus if you want these to fit into a workplace or other subdued public setting. The mostly plastic construction keeps the weight down (just 250 grams), yet the construction feels solid with nary a creak to be heard. The underside of the headband is generously padded with a very long strip of faux leather that runs virtually the entire length of the headband assembly. Thankfully, the headband itself features a fairly natural curvature that dramatically reduces topside hotspots (at least for someone with a reasonably adult-sized head) by spreading the points of contact along a much wider section of your skull. The internal headband support is metal but still slightly flexible--this allows the headband to retain its primary shape yet still respond to gentle pressure so you can personalize fit and curvature even further--there's even a quick passage in the manual about making these slight adjustments to the headband to improve longevity.
The earpads feature pillow-soft memory foam under a breathable mesh covering. While this does decrease passive noise isolation a bit, it makes them VERY comfortable against the skin, and keeps your ears from overheating during longer gaming sessions. Although billed as over-the-ear cans, the earpad openings on the Barracuda X are actually pretty small, falling somewhere between the wider stadium-shaped openings of the Arctis 7/Wireless Pro and the narrower ovals of the Audeze Mobius. In practice, this meant that a good deal of the earpads were pressing in on the lobes/outer anatomy of my ear. However, the soft earpad material, coupled with the design/construction of the headband, meant that on-ear contact and inward clamping forces were actually VERY comfortable. Unlike the unyielding construction and high clamping force of the Blackshark V2 X (which resulted in so much discomfort I had to remove the headset every 20-30 minutes), I was EASILY wearing the Barracuda X for 2-3 hour gaming sessions at a single go without ever needing to touch or readjust the headset even once.
Moving on to function and controls, the Barracuda X puts all the controls and ports on the left earcup. Although the control possibilities themselves are minimal, this also means you're never really fumbling around from one earcup to the other trying to find volume, mute, or the power button. The volume wheel is nestled between the power and mic mute buttons...all are spaced far enough apart to allow easy access and manipulation without undue risk of adjusting one control while reaching for another. Although they are the same shape, the mic mute button features a longer push-button action than the power/multi-function button; however, there are no accompanying tones or LED status lights to indicate when the mic is muted. Nevertheless, the mic-on position (raised) feels different enough from the mute position (flush against the earcup) that I doubt anyone would mistake one position for the other--note that there is no mixing control dial for mic & playback volume levels. The main power button produces a set of rising & falling tones when the headset powers up or down--there are no spoken voice status indicators here. Beyond that, a single, double or triple press of the power button provides functions for play/pause & call accept/end, skip track and previous track--these functions worked perfectly from the headset when I was streaming Amazon music from my PC.
The Barracuda X works wirelessly with a small, paddle-shaped USB-C dongle; Windows reported output formal support up to 16-bit/48khz. The male USB-C connector on the dongle was long enough that it still seated securely in my daughter's Nintendo Switch, even through a full-body bumper case; the dongle does not appear to be large enough to intrude during handheld use. The Switch recognized the dongle immediately and playback began instantly without any setup or menu adjustments--very nice! You are also provided a USB-A to female USB-C cable that gives you a connection point in case you don't have an open USB-C port. Wireless range was about 25-30 ft around a corner before I noticed the first bit of signal degradation; range was even better (~50 ft) while I maintained direct line of sight to my PC. The headset can also operate in passive/analog mode using the provided 3.5mm combination (stereo and microphone) cable. Note that Razer did not include an audio/mic breakout cable, so you'll need to provide one of your own if your PC, laptop, or other device has separate analog jacks for audio output and mic input. The headset will not function as an external sound card without the dongle--the additional USB-A to USB-C cable is for charging only. The removable microphone (thank you!) features a foam windscreen and an idiot-proof, one-way insertion design into the earcup. The boom is long enough to position the mic well inside the outer edge of your mouth, and it nicely stays in place once bent into position (that has not always been my experience with other boom-style mics!). It would have been nice if Razer had included a small bag or case with the headset (though the earcups do swivel flat for low-profile stowage), and the analog cable is only about 53" tip-to-tip so you can't game in wired mode very comfortably if your PC is situated quite far from your seat. But aside from those observations, the Barracuda X comes very nicely appointed.
Finally, let's talk about performance. I didn't find mic recording quality or levels to be problematic at all; my teammates online had no trouble hearing me in the heat of battle, and my voice was devoid of any extreme distortion or tinny/metallic tones that I've experienced with lesser quality mics (YMMV depending on your setup/software support). As indicated up front, this headset does NOT require Synapse, but Razer's simulated 7.1 audio application is a separate (though mercifully small) client/download. Once you register your headset, you'll get a code to activate the program; but frankly, it doesn't seem all that necessary, at least on a Windows machine. The Razer 7.1 virtual surround solution isn't integrated with the OS like Windows Sonic or Dolby/DTS--you have to select a virtual 7.1 device (from the 'Sounds' settings page, or from the system tray) and then turn on 7.1 surround processing using the separate Razer 7.1 app (and then leave it running). The effect does add some depth/reverb, but it sounds pretty close (if not slightly inferior) to Windows Sonic IMO--Dolby & DTS are far more immersive and provide much greater realism in terms of a wide soundstage and convincing sound-source panning/localization. Once installed, you may upgrade to THX's Spatial Audio app (and are given a 50%-off code as incentive), but the number of supported games is currently somewhat limited so I eventually uninstalled Razer's 7.1 client in favor of the Dolby and DTS virtual surround processing solutions.
Yeah, great...but how did the Barracuda X actually SOUND? In a word--fantastic (especially at this price point)! Overall, I found these cans to be very pleasant and non-fatiguing with just a bit of "gamer-appropriate" bloom in the low end. Transient response felt very accurate--instruments & notes on busier tracks didn't seem to be distorting or smearing into each other. Highs and mids seemed quite articulate with female vocals & acoustic instruments sounding clear and clean without getting harsh or sibilant at very high frequencies. Compared to the Acrtis Pro Wireless and Audeze Mobius headsets, the Barracuda X did feel just a hair less "airy" or "breathy"--it was only a subtle difference in detail retrieval, but still noticeable, especially during some quick A/B comparisons on a repeating loop. However, those headsets also cost 3x-4x more, so the fact that the Barracuda X turned in such a strong performance in comparison is more than admirable. In the low end, however, the Barracuda X definitely kicked things up a notch--mid-bass and deep bass (like bass guitars or kick drums) had some extra oomph and almost palpable heft over both of those higher-end gaming headsets. Fortunately, however, all that extra warmth and low-end body never sounded muddy or overblown, nor did it wear me down over time. If you favor a warmer/bass-tilting sound signature, I'm very happy to report that the Barracuda X felt like it delivered without overpowering everything else in the mix. Well done, Razer--this one is a keeper!Aug 06, 2021 16:26
While suspiciously similar to the (older and cheaper) Steelseries Arctic 1, Razer’s Barracuda X is a great headset - so long as you are not bothered by the dongle (which is required for the wireless functionality).
The headset is affordable, lightweight, produces balanced sound, is comfortable to wear (even with glasses), very simple to control, has great battery life, a stellar microphone, and is compatible with nearly every device (except for iPhones) - But, I absolutely hate being tied to the dongle. Apparently the Hyperspeed Wireless technology has virtually no latency - which makes it technically better for gaming compared to Bluetooth. Bluetooth, however, is universally compatible with nearly every product that produces audio and it doesn’t require a dongle.
The dongle plugs into a USB-C port, but it is so wide that it blocks the other inputs on a laptop (see attached picture). To solve this issue, Razer has included a USB-A to USB-C extension cable. The added cable does ensure that the dongle doesn’t block other ports, but makes the dongle bulky. I would honestly rather have a Bluetooth connection as it would GREATLY improve the convenience of the Barracuda X.
...Bluetooth headsets are able to connect to multiple devices - which means that while you are gaming, you can also connect to your phone and listen to music, or accept phone calls. With the Barracuda X, you only have a single audio connection - which is really too bad. The headset design is low profile enough that it can actually pass as a pair of stereo headphones - instead of being the average bulky gaming headset that makes the wearer look like an air traffic controller. If the dongle was not required for wireless use, the Barracuda X could be the only headphones I need for home and for travel.
For a headset that is only used primarily in one location, or with one device - I do absolutely recommend the Barracuda X. But, if you want a single headset for multi-use that will travel with you - I believe that a Bluetooth headset is a better option.
- Requires a dongle for wireless functionality
- No Active Noise Cancelation
- Ear cups are rather small
- Ear cups are shallow so ears press against the inside fabric
- No cooling gel used in the padding
- Ear cup padding is not replaceable
- No official iPhone support
- No built in audio controls other than Play/Pause
- No Bluetooth functionality
- Cannot connect to multiple devices at once
- No battery meter / indicator
- 3.5 mm cord has no microphone or controls built inAug 17, 2021 16:13
I have had the pleasure of owning and using a large variety of gaming headsets – the Razer Barracuda X makes my 9th I believe. However, these are only my second pair of wireless headsets. My first wireless headphones are my Plantronics Rig 800HD, which I have been using as my daily drivers for 3 years now. I have come to appreciate the mobility of wireless headphones in the last year and a half while being WFH and virtual learning for my two younger kids. Something about being able to maintain a chat on my basement computer while making sandwiches upstairs for my kids is really convenient. Usually this extra freedom comes with some tradeoffs – added weight, reduced features compared to wired sets of similar price, and compatibility. I’ve have found this isn't necessarily the case for the Barracuda’s.
The Barracuda X has a pretty standard closed back design with a detachable mic boom and a few on-body controls. The headset uses a traditional headband with leatherette wrapped foam padding (about 3/8-1/2” thick). The earcups are wrapped in a breathable nylon mesh. Each earcup is able to rotate – they rotate inwards slightly to better fit different head shapes and can lay flat when rotating outwards (keeps the mic from hitting the other earcup when rotating like this). The headset itself is fairly lightweight (250g) – maybe a touch lighter than my Rigs. The plastic doesn’t feel cheap and the fit and finish is good – no sharp points, or unfinished edges. One thing I always look out for is if the headphones creak when you put them on, but the Barracuda’s don’t show any hint of that. The earcups are mated to the headband with a metal strap that adjusts for different head sizes – pretty standard.
The left earcup holds all of the controls/ports – power, mute, volume wheel, mic port, USB C charging port, and 3.5mm port. The mic port is also a 3.5mm but it has a different opening – circle with a flat on one side that acts as a guide for the mic. Included in the box are all of the connection cables. The charge cable (USB A to USB C), 5ft long 3.5mm (male-male) audio cable, extension cable (USB A male to USB C female), and the USB C wireless adapter. Each of the cords comes with an attached rubber cable wrap to bundle the cord up. Each cord appears to be well made, but are just jacketed in a textured rubber – no braid or anything like that. The 3.5mm cable utilizes TRRS connectors on both ends – the headphone side is a straight connector, and the device side is a 90° connector. If this cable ever gets damaged or lost you could replace it with an off the shelf cable without any problem. The box also includes a pretty nice setup/user guide which is somewhat rare these days.
The volume control is a scroll wheel with stops (it doesn’t spin infinitely in either direction). This control only affects the headset and doesn’t adjust the sound output of the device. I’m used to wireless headphones/earbuds controlling the overall system volume, not just the headphones volume. The power button has multiple functions. If connected to a phone or PC you can use the power button to play/pause a song (single press), answer an incoming call or hang up (single press), skip track (double press), previous track (triple press). These button presses are very responsive and easy to execute which is nice for a change. Turning on the headset requires pressing and holding the power button for a few seconds, and once on a tone plays through the speakers. Powering off is the same method, but a different tone plays. The headset auto shuts off after some period of time if nothing is playing or using the headset (maybe 20 min).
The design of the Barracuda X lends itself to long term comfort. The lightweight design and soft padded earcups keep them comfortable for long sessions. The earcups breathability kept my ears from feeling hot/sweaty. The headband is wide enough to spread out the load and keeps it from producing a pressure band across the top of my head. Overall the Barracuda’s could comfortably be worn for hours at a time without feeling any fatigue or discomfort.
One of the big selling points of the Barracuda is its broad compatibility. Using the USB C dongle its compatible with Android phones, the Switch, PS4/5 (with included USB extension adapter cable), and PC (extension cable might be needed unless a USB C port is available). Using the 3.5mm cable the headphones expand their compatibility to Xbox and any other devices that carry a 3.5mm jack. The only area the Barracuda X doesn’t cover is Bluetooth connectivity.
The Barracuda X’s come with a single, preloaded EQ. There is no adjustability on this front outside of controlling the EQ’s on the source device.
Moving on from that the headphones employ Razer’s 40mm Triforce drivers. 40mm is a fairly standard driver size in most of today’s headphones and usually translates to small, but punchy bass, good mids, and highs. Playing music or games that employ a lot of low/rumbly bass the drivers are a little lacking, which I have found is the norm unless you go to 50mm drivers. This is more or less what I found while using the Barracuda’s for music and games. Playing FNF the headphones kept up well with the music/beat and remained crisp. I played a lot of Halo and Wreckfest on PC, and those games sounded great. Footsteps were as sharp and easy to hear as the gunfire and grenade bangs. Even though the earcups aren’t perfect at noise isolation due to their material, they still blocked enough of the outside world to allow the finer details to come through (footsteps and movement sounds). Wreckfest played well with the abilities of the headset – engine noise, crashes, squealing tires were all replicated well.
For music reproduction the Barracuda’s worked great. Again, they are a limited by how deep/rumbly they can get but that only plays into some genre’s of music that I listen to. For the most part the music sounds great. Rock/pop both play well, and are on par with most of my headphones.
The edge the Barracuda’s have is they are light and comfortable enough to handle listening to music or playing games for long periods without needing to take a break.
The mic the Barracuda uses is on a detachable flexible boom with a somewhat large foam windscreen. The mic itself is setup to filter out as much background noise as possible while keeping your voice clear. I have a tower fan blowing right by me that the mic filtered out, and it even filtered out the sound of my semi-clacky keyboard. However, all of this filtering seems to come at the cost of me sounding quieter. On PC I can adjust my mic volume to boost my voice, but on my phone I don’t have that luxury. It’s not that I sound muted or anything, but when comparing to my other headsets I come across the quietest with the Barracuda’s.
The one thing that bums me out is the lack of side tone/mic monitoring. This is just a crucial feature to me nowadays. I have become accustom to it on my other headsets, and the ones that don’t have it don’t isolate my ears as well as the Barracuda’s. It’s almost like if you are going to do a good job of providing noise isolation, then you need to have a provision for sidetone. This should be absolutely doable with a wireless headset.
I wish the Barracuda’s came with a bag or case. There are so many cords, the dongle, and the mic that I can see something important getting easily lost. Thankfully I had a spare headset pouch I wasn’t using that these can now reside in.
I want to have a better battery indicator. With my Rig’s I can bump the power button really quick and it will tell me (via audio through the speakers) if my battery is high/med/low. With the Barracuda’s you only get informed when you are at <30% by the little status light on the back of the left earcup turning red. You are again alerted at <10% when the light starts to blink red. Both of these indications require you to remove the headset to check the little light. Just seems this could be handled better.
The volume wheel is precariously placed. I find myself accidentally scrolling it with my thumb just by taking the headset off or putting it back on. Either the wheel needs to be a little more resistive to accidental scrolls, or it needs to be relocated.
Overall, the Barracuda X’s provide a great value proposition for anyone looking for a solid headset platform with more compatibility than you normally get in a wireless setup. The headset is lightweight and comfortable, and they provide fairly good sound reproduction as well. The mic does a great job of filtering out background noise, so even in a noisy environment your voice will still be heard. I wish it had a couple of features (carry pouch, side tone), but none of them are dealbreakers.Aug 08, 2021 01:49
Razer Barracuda X I found in my time of use very solid PC headphones I would easily recommend but there is so much more that makes the price way more compelling. With these headphones, there is a USB-C Dongle that you can use with a variety of consoles as well. This making headphones with the Nintendo Switch / Android / and a Playstation 5 as easy as plugging it in. I like what they have done with these new Barracuda X: the ease of use and its design to be as versatile as your gaming limits.
They come with a wireless USB-C Dongle for PC, Switch, and Android. For Playstation (and PCs without a USB-C) Don't worry, because you can still use these headphones with the provided USB-C to USB-A cord. There is an AUX cord for older devices with a headphone jack so your hardware is never left behind. Razer has taken care of every angle when it comes to your gaming needs for private listening. You have a detachable mic that is very clear with voice chatting, people were able to hear me clearly in matches of Overwatch.
For PS5 users, it's a great option to have for 3rd party headphones, They seem to be on par with the PULSE 3D Wireless Headset from Sony. The sound and Bass aren't strong but it's clear with a wide range of sound to hear footsteps and gunshots in the game you are playing. but I found these headphones way more comfortable than PULSE 3D, Barracuda X is lightweight and feels so good on the head. Cushions are nice and padded with the earcup feeling plush. Big thumbs up in that department to razer; even with the on-headset controls all of the buttons feel naturally placed in position from the volume rocker to the placement of the mute button. I can't tell you the countless times game manufacturers get this wrong. USB-C charges the headphones pretty rapidly.
For Switch Users, This is probably one of the best headphones to get. The USB-C dongle doesn't protrude out that far from the bottom part of the switch. As far as sound well it is as good as the Switch allows it to be. These are just a nice wireless option to have.
I mainly used these headphones on a Switch and a PC (Asus ROG M16) with Dolby Atmos activated and it was an amazing experience. I just think they are really great headphones in this price range. They sound good and they don't break the bank at all. They also look great and aren't too flashy with RGB or a wild light show. Design-wise they don't stand out much but they look nice with Razer branding on the headband glossy black.
After coming off using the Barracuda X, it's a headset that is or could be the only ideal multi-purpose headphones you'll need. They sound good, look fantastic, are lightweight, wireless, and work with many gaming devices. The bass is a little lacking but the headphones are overall just great if you are a gamer especially if you are using a Nintendo Switch. Razer made a good product and if you want great headphones that are affordable, these are a good model to start with.Aug 02, 2021 20:07
I am always in need for gaming headsets due to the variety of platforms I can use it on. Living in a world of virtual meetings and online classes, it’s essential to have good sounds, microphone, and a sense of comfort for these long meetings. The Razer Barracuda is a nice entry for all of my needs, as I need cross platform: gaming, zoom, and entertainment.
I really enjoy the simplicity of these headsets. It is literally a “plug-in-play” device. Included is the usb-c receiver that you plug into your device. The headset will automatically pair up. This is so someone. Yes, you do lose a usb-c port and that is a struggle for devices that only have 1 or 2 ports. I used this for my Surface Pro 7 and Pixel Slate that has limited ports. My gaming computer does offer more connection so that is not a problem.
The sounds are decent. Bass is full and deep while the mids are clear. The over the ear cushion is a nice feel for my ears along with the cushioned headband. Microphone can be detached, which is nice for those moments you need to transport it in a bag. Included are a couple of usb cords for charging and plug-in for computers without a usb-c port, as well as a 3.5mm audio jack which is good for my XBox controller.
Overall, a nice sounding headset with great sounds and comfortable feel to it.Aug 06, 2021 17:53
Great sound. great functionality
very comfortable. TERRIBLE BUILD QUALITY! Less than a month of use and they break while in my bag. Razer needs to make their products more durable.Nov 01, 2021 11:20
I bought these on sale and for the price the headphones are great. I have previously used Corsair and Logitech gaming headphones. The Razer Barracuda X has better quality high and mid sounds while the lows are not near as impressive as previously used gaming headsets. I had to play around with the fit for these to be comfortable. I have a big head and big ears and the Barracuda X is not as comfortable as the other headsets I've used. The earcups are slightly on the small side it gets uncomfortable on my ears for long periods of time. The earcups are soft breathable material and the headband is made with a metal band and has a nice pillow cushion. I do like that the volume control on the headphones is separate from the system volume control. It makes it easy to raise or lower the volume when sound levels change. The USB C wireless dongle is slim, I often plug it into my cell phone to use the headphones while watching videos, or for handsfree calls. The call clarity when using these for work meetings is great, I have no problem hearing everyone.
* Build Quality
* Clear high and mid tones
* Volume control on headphones separate from system volume
* Removable Mic
* USB C wireless dongle is compact.
* Ear cups are a little small
* Low tones weak
* No tone from mute buttonDec 03, 2021 19:41
I received this product in exchange for my fair and unbiased review.
The Razer Barracuda X wireless gaming headset is a solid choice for those who game on multiple platforms. While it lacks Bluetooth connectivity, the USB-C wireless dongle makes connection to modern platforms like Android phones, the Nintendo Switch, the iPad Pro, and computers with USB connectivity. An included USB-A to USB-C adapter cable makes connecting to a console or an older computer without USB-C easy. Charging the headset itself is also easy thanks to its USB-C connector. There's also an analog feature with included cable with this headset, which is handy if you have older devices or you want to use these with an iPhone (make sure you have a Lightning to headphone adapter).
Audio quality is pretty great overall - I didn't notice a difference between lossless streaming on Apple Music with these using a wired or wireless connection on my Mac. The microphone is clear and doesn't pick up on too much background noise. Bass is clear, highs are clear, and voices don't get muddy as you turn up the volume.
They're also surprisingly comfortable for longer gaming sessions. I kept at it with my Switch for a few hours and while I did realize I had them on, they stayed cool and comfortable.
Even the price for these are good. I was expecting the "Razer Tax", and these don't have that.
The biggest and only drawback I have with these is the lack of Bluetooth; I'd like to connect them to my iPhone without the cable, even with audio quality loss. If there's any other drawback for anyone, it's the lack of RGB lighting on them. While this doesn't bother me at all (I find RGB distracting), I realize some people want RGB.
All in all, Razer did well with the Barracuda X headset.Aug 02, 2021 17:20
Embrace the sound of esports with the Razer BlackShark V2 X—a triple threat of amazing audio, superior mic clarity and supreme sound isolation. With our best headset mic and audio drivers packed into a unique aviation-style headset, your competitive play is destined to turn pro.
I been using them for a month now. I kind of have a big head and this are really confortable. I used to watch Tv but these are noise proof cant hear nothing now. Cable seems a bit large and mic is good but not that flexible. Overall is an awesome product.Jan 23, 2021 10:00
Awesome headset, it’s super comfortable, amazing sound quality and has a great mic; also the build quality is top notch. Personally use it on PS4 pro, but does work in any platform. Would totally recommend it to anyone looking for a budget headset!!Jan 09, 2021 10:23
Great headset for the 40$ sale but wouldn't pay the full 60$ price.
Pros: Sounds good
Works on xbox/ps with 3.5mm jack
included 7.1 surround sound razer code (NOT THX Spatial App just their old 7.1 app)
REALLY long cable that also has a splitter for pc plugins mic/audio
Cons: microphone on pc is kinda low already did the settings correctly and its still low
The metal bands are really thin feels like you might snap it from the plastic part and the headphones are not durable for some peopleNov 08, 2021 12:02
First, let me say the sound quality on these is really nice. It also has a nice extension included which is a huge advantage over other brands I've used. It was packaged well and seems reasonably sturdy for the price.
It's a little uncomfortable on me. They are just a little bit too small for my ears to get a good cover. They'd be great for kids of folks with smaller heads.
On the plus side, the sound quality is good and they're working well for zoom calls on linux.Oct 29, 2021 16:55
Worth it. Ive had my kraken X since january but the finally snapped. Got these bad boys for $40 and its a huge upgrade. It doesnt sound washed and too high on highs etc. Sounds clear plus the volume knob. Mic sounds even more clearer. Blacksharks the best headset hands down. Defnitely would cop the Pros if I had $200Nov 06, 2021 05:43
At first i thought the mic would be bad but when i tried it with my friends on discord they said that this is the first time they hear my voice loud and clear so i am very impressed and also the sound itself is soo amazing when it comes to gaming and hearing everything around and at this price you can't ask for more.Nov 05, 2021 17:59
The comfort of this headset is second to none. As someone that wears eyeglasses, over the ear headphones can be uncomfortable and painful. I can wear these for hours. They are very lightweight and super comfortable. I am very happy with this purchase.Nov 09, 2021 07:31
I've had these for about a month. I use them for xbox gaming and to talk over xbox live. They work as advertised but the mic pad slips off easily and the head piece often slides while I'm talking. Everything else is sleek and the sound quality is great. My friends don't complain about my sound on the other end being distorted or too loud/quiet.Oct 29, 2021 17:29
EPOS GSP 300 Designed for the gamer that enjoys good sound for their games, the GSP 300 closed acoustic gaming headset delivers an immersive experience with high quality audio. Deep bass delivers the intensity of game action while acoustic clarity ensures crisp and clear game communication.
Since working from home, was looking for a wired, over-ear option for Teams, Zoom, Skype, etc. calls. Really, really like these. The sound is what you would expect from a good set of Sennheiser cans, with enough bass and clarity for what it is. The push-up mic is great to mute yourself without always having to figure that out for whatever conference call technology you're using. Only caveat I have is using the 3.5mm output from my laptop for streaming music, these sounded like tin cans. I mean absolutely horrible. I added a basic amp/dac all in one from Schitt Audio, and cleaned everything up and in love.Oct 04, 2020 00:03
I've always avoided "gaming headsets" because they are literally a rip off most of the time and mostly just marketing. When looking for a PC headset I always liked the quality of Sennheiser. Bestbuy price matched this and I got it for under $70. The sound is awesome and quality is great all around! You won't regret buying any Sennheiser headphones!Jul 16, 2021 16:19
I gave them 4 stars because they are really good but for $99 I'm not totally convinced yet. Would I buy them again? Probably. They are way better than my 8 year old pair of CloudX. I ran them through the SENNHEISER - GSX 300 EPOS I - USB Gaming Sound Amplifier and there was a huge improvement. Now I spent about $180 on my headset. Should I have just spent that on a 7.1 surround sound headset? IDK but I have some killer sound in my ears now.Sep 25, 2020 13:42
They sound decent, but too much bass, ear cup foam is flimsy and thin. The shape of the ear cup is for slim or smaller ears. The ear cups do not swivel that well. Made out of plastic, it seams decent . The best thing is the headband part is a split open design, and I like the padding, and the volume knob is smooth to operate.. Sound is flat, maybe mine were bad, did not sound like Sennheiser sound quality. crackling in the background. It may need to be power boosted maybe, I plugged it in to a powered speaker, then tried usb powered sound card with only slight improvement. Not worth the $70+ that they cost. My Logitech G432 sound more clearDec 26, 2020 01:21
Comfortable, with good quality sound. Used for zoom meetings and people seemed to hear me, so mic must be OK. Used for a month with no problems so far.Nov 13, 2020 15:49
Fantastic gaming headset with amazing spatial awareness and excellent microphone. The sound quality is awesome, they are light and very comfortable, for the price it’s a no brainerJan 08, 2021 16:34
These sound pretty good. I would say they are in the mid range aspect of headphones. They are alright for gaming and music. I prefer other headphones for gaming to be honest. Not the most comfortable set of cans but they should do the trick.Mar 17, 2019 02:53
Better than more expensive Arctic cans I’ve had. I play FPS mostly and the directional sound is great. Only downside is the audio cable but it connects straight into my control so it’s not a problem for me.Aug 22, 2019 00:40
If esports is your calling, answer it with our best vocal clarity headset—fitted with titanium-coated drivers and a pro-grade headset mic. Powered by Razer HyperSpeed wireless technology, it’s time to get tournament-ready with this triple threat of amazing audio, mic clarity and sound isolation.
Best Daam headphone in the market in my opinion for the price ofcourse lightweight comfort the Razor Blackshark V/2 Pro wireless have the best directional sound for gaming or any great surround sound movie like war movies etc. the sound on these are perfect of the box but you can always adjust sound if playing on PC through Razer Synapse software which is easy to use never been happier with a purchase been through so many headphones some great but lack in other areas this is by far the most complete headset I have tested and is my (current) headset at the moment I give this 5/5 stars ! Great job Razor !Jul 14, 2021 14:46
Best headset so far Awsome in and outpost quality use it on my ps5 and i am happyApr 09, 2021 15:39
I got a ps5 this month and have the pulse 3D PlayStation headset and this headset blows it out the water , best headset to pair up with the ps5, very comfortable and great battery life , check out my YouTube liljdmef where I do the unboxingDec 02, 2020 00:00
No static white noise when powered and sounds amazing for a wireless headset. Tried this and the g pro and I can say that these sound better, but the logitech g pro wireless is a little more precise for fps games like Rainbow 6. Overall this headset is worth the money if you are looking for wireless. I can't say much for the mic, wireless headsets tend to have very compressed sounding mics.May 07, 2021 15:26
I came from a very dissapoint experience with the Hyper X Cloud Alpha S 7.1 and these headphones DO DELIVER.
At a discounter price tag (160 USD) I think you get what you pay for. The sound is very rich, these headphones are AWESOME for music as well as for gaming (a thing most gaming headset suck at), and the versatility of the EQ mixer is a key asset as it allows to get the best sound experience out of these headsets
I felt the stock sound wasn't AS good as it could get, so after googlin a bit I came into a reddit post that suggest the EQ mixer i'm attaching, and I must say the sound is WAY better than the flat default line (obviously this is subjective to every person). But as I mentioned, to be able to have the flexibility is a key aspect of this product.
Wireless signal has been strong with no hiccups and battery life is also pretty good.
I dont know why the specific THX competitive profiles for specific games sound like trash, but the "auto feature" in general works pretty good
Well done Razer and keep it up!Apr 18, 2021 10:42
Would give these a solid 5 if it weren’t for one simple thing, adjustment. I’ve seen this as a complaint for these but it’s definitely not a deal breaker once you have them on and in use. Using these with my PS5, which by the way you can use wirelessly with the provided dongle.
-Love the sound, pretty crisp, punchy when it needs to be, not too bass heavy and distorted. And at least when using them on my ps5, and the volume setting on the system set to the max, I can get good volume out of them.
-comfortable, the cushions are soft, even they don’t have the pleather exterior I actually get good noise canceling out of these, I can tell by how my wife is waving her arms in the air yelling for my attention.
-physically nice, they are on the light side, they may not seem like it but are sturdy and never worry about breaking or snapping something. Volume control knob is nice and controls are easy to find/memorize on the left ear cup.
-adjustment, they don’t have set notches by any means, so they have a free and maybe a bit too loose of an adjustment for my personal taste, but I don’t find it enough a problem to where it would make them unusable.Feb 23, 2021 18:10
Absolutely love this headset… haven’t been able to try the wireless feature because I am using the headset on Xbox Series S which doesn’t allow wireless compatibility with this headset (only downside of this headset but all Microsoft’s fault). Razed outdid themselves with this headset!Sep 04, 2021 22:45
Great Audio quality, and someone whos been using the old razer usb headset for a while now it was a big upgrade and the first thing i noticed putting them on was how comfy they feel on my head almost like wearing ear muffs basically. thx surround sound great for gaming as well. mic isn't as exceptional but its wireless so u cant ask for everything and its used for gaming if u wanted clear voice then get a dedicated studio mic.Feb 07, 2021 01:47
The ROCCAT® Elo 7.1 Air Wireless Surround Sound PC Gaming Headset with 24hr Battery Life and AIMO RGB Lighting boasts ROCCAT’s Stellar Wireless technology for data transmission as reliable as wired and a battery life that lasts the typical gamer over a week thanks to a 24-hour rechargeable battery. Gone are the days of compromising when going wireless, as the Elo 7.1 Air marks a new dawn for cable-free gameplay with its impressive feature set. Its 7.1 surround sound is powered by precision-tuned 50mm Neodymium drivers and features Turtle Beach’s Superhuman Hearing® technology - proven to improve your gameplay by 40%. Superior memory foam and a self-adjusting metal headband give you a unique, weightless fit that’s full of style thanks to RGB AIMO lighting. The removable TruSpeak™ mic completes the package of a high-end wireless gaming headset. ROCCAT takes unique advantage of exclusive technologies as a proud member of the Turtle Beach® family including Superhuman Hearing®, ProSpecs™ Glasses Friendly Design and a TruSpeak™ microphone.
These are some pretty comfortable headphones with ups and downs. I used them mostly while gaming and falling down the YouTube rabbit hole.
~ 10 Channel equalizer
~ Base EQ
~ Easy pairing
~ Love the RGB effects (Even though I can't see them when wearing them LOL)
~ Good Mic
~ Good Sound (with tweaking)
~ Swarm software (Includes fun things like monster voice).
~ Battery life. I have been gaming with these for about 4-5 days now and still have 50% battery life.
~ Doesn't come with a mic muff (but what mic does now?)
~ Noise cancelling. They don't make me deaf to outside sounds like some others do.
~ Lost bluetooth connection a couple times. I could hear the other person, but they couldn't hear me.
THE MEH (could go either way)
~ Signal Range... It is not a great range. It isn't horrible, either. I think I get about 20-25 feet away before it starts dropping on me.
~ Sound out of the box is meh, but with the equalizer, you can adjust it to perfection. It just takes a bit of time.
~ Definitely sounds better with 7.1 activated than 2.0.
I like the sound quality from these now that I have taken the time to set them up. Out of the box, they sound a bit tinny. They do a good job at attempting surround sound, but there's only so much you can do when they are on your ears. As might be expected, the "behind" sounds are a little lacking. Even still, I think for gaming purposes, you will get used to it and be able to determine if someone is on your 4, 6 or 8.
The padded strap across the top makes for a comfortable fit. They are lightweight and don't feel like I have a vice squishing my head together. They can get a bit hot...but which earphones don't? If I have to point to the thing I like least, it is the noise cancellation. When I am gaming, I can still hear my wife. HAHA. Ok, seriously... with the volume turned up, I can't hear as many outside noises. When the game or video is silent, I can hear everything. The mic seems to pic up a lot, even with mic noise cancelling activated. You can change the mic sensitivity. I have it down around 15-20%. It still picks up a little background noise.
These look cool. I love the logo and there is a lot you can do with the RGB sides with the Swarm software. Definitely good for gaming and matching RGB rigs.
I would recommend to friendsOct 23, 2020 16:22
My first impression was that Roccat Elo 7.1 Air, was that it looks like a professional headset from an E-Sports competition. I kind of like this design. The flexible metal band allows for the headrest to fit almost any head size and shape, making them very versatile and comfortable. I must mention that I was a bit worried that these would be too bulky and that this would be an issue when playing as I tend to move around quite a bit. I am happy to say that this is not the case as they are light at a little over 12oz and the rotating cups, along with the soft memory foam earpads make them comfortable to wear for long periods -even when wearing eyeglasses. While they did shift when shaking my head, they never fell off as the clamping pressure is tight, yet not quite as to give one a headache. The soft headrest does not put too much pressure on the top of my head, which is the main reason why I cannot wear other headsets for too long. The earpads did get a bit hot after a couple of hours, but unless you are wearing cloth padded sets, which may leak sound, this is an unfortunate issue for most to deal with.
These cans seem very well built and durable. The hard plastic ear cups are well attached to the headband and the swivels rotate without creaking. The metal band flexes almost horizontally, and the headrest has a springiness that I hope will become loose up any time soon. The detachable mic seems sturdy enough as well. The earpads are made of soft memory foam covered by pleather-like material and look like the seams are well stitched. Since these are matte, I did not see any fingerprints at all. The controls are on the left cup. There, you can control volumes for the sound and mic, mute, and on/off power.
The Roccat Elo Air can produce rich, full, enjoyable sound. However, you MUST download Roccat’s SWARM software to make this happen. Out of the box, the sound is somewhat decent. The highs are not piercing nor fatiguing. The mids are a bit recessed but still have some clarity. The bass, unfortunately, was a bit lack-luster as I thought it was too weak and loose for my taste. Luckily, all my gripes were cleared once I used the SWARM software to fully customize the sound. Besides all the pre-set custom settings, there is a lot of room for changing every aspect with the equalizer. I ended up with a sound experience worthy of the 50mm drivers of this headset -including a full 7.1 simulated surround sound. The superhuman hearing feature did not really change my experience as I found it a bit gimmicky and thought that it simply pushed the high and mid frequencies forward too much, which affected bass.
Being gaming headsets, these must have RGB lighting. Well, I like that the logo and brand light up quite nicely without being obnoxious. They compliment my PC rig and set up perfectly. By the way, this can all be customized through the SWARM software, which again, I highly recommend downloading.
The removable mic worked rather nicely. I was told that my voice came in full and clear. I did not experience break-ups due to the stable connection these headsets have with the 2.4GHz transmitter (and my awesome internet connection).
Roccat claims that the battery can last 24 hours. In my experience, they lasted short of 19 hours. This may be due to the fact that I had the sound at over 75% and boosted the bass significantly. These cans charge using an included USB-C to USB-A cable. Sadly, this headset cannot be used with just the USB cable should the battery run out mid-game, so check the battery status with the SWARM software.
While not perfect, I found myself liking these headphones more and more as time passed by. They are well built, comfortable, and the software make these a joy to listen to. I still think a wired connection is better as far as microphone clarity is concerned, but these are certainly a push in the right direction. I would have given them a lower score if it wasn’t for the SWARM software, to be honest. In the end, I think the Elo’s are a great gaming and casual option for anyone looking for a wireless alternative.Oct 18, 2020 18:33
from the start this a beautiful headset all blacked out top it off with RGB and surround sound? you got yourself a deal
- this is wireless gaming headset that comes with a tiny usb receiver, in the box also comes with USB C .
- the look of this headset looks great, the leader ear covers are very comfortable, looking at just feels premium
- main headset comes with matted plastic material that looked and feel great
- you also have the ability to adjust game/chat audio through
- 7.1 surround that should help during gaming, was playing warzone and I was able to here the sounds of boxes from distances I normally don’t hear,
- the headset have the ability to de attach from the headset, so if you would rather use other microphone like I do, the headset works fine
- battery life suppose to last for 24hrs and I haven’t had any issue, the roccat swarm software will also have a setting for you to check how much battery is left
- you can also rotate the headset 90 degrees if you enjoy placing your headset flat on the table
- speaking of Roccat Swarm Software, it has tons of option to adjust your audio to your liking, you can even change how your voice will sound it’s called Magic voice change from Monster, Cartoon, Male or Female. cool extra feature
- if you have other Roccat equipment you can match the RGB lights from this to your keyboard or mice
- I haven’t had any issue with this headset, it was comfortable for me to wear, a long sessions of gaming did not make my ear hurt
- not sure if it’s just my Elo headset but the microphone keep going on and off, my buddy mention that the quality was not that great either during gameplay, I kept having issue to plug in and out to just see if it would work, but it literally stop working on me on multiple occasions, and decided to just use my Blue Yeti
- seems like using the Swarm software back and fort will bugged out the mic
- sounds seems flat at times , I decided to use the FPS audio setting and I feel like it’s missing certain clarity of the audio, (this was tested using 7.1 settings) I would recommend to adjust the settings on your own to find the sweet spot for ya
- I did not like the microphone placement on this headset , it bothered me I feel like it should been a lot lower, this might be just my preference but I did not like it at all
Elo 7.1 is an amazing headset no doubt will a little issues on my end, the look and feel is top notch! Roccat software is amazing, specially using it with their AIMO lighting technology, not perfect 5 star but highly recommend this headset for the price, still an amazing value!Oct 21, 2020 17:16
The ROCCAT Elo 7.1 Air Wireless RGB PC Gaming Headset with surround sound has taken my gaming experience to the next level!
I've actually used it for about a week, and can say that it has replaced my current headphones from another brand.
The super hearing is great and you definitely feel your surrounding. The bass is not over whelming, but perfect. All sounds come in clear, and it is fun to pin point where things are coming from.
I know these were meant for PC use, but I did try them on my PS4. They work just fine, so everyone who asks knows now.Oct 26, 2020 15:40
I received this product in exchange for my fair and unbiased review,
So since I was given the opportunity to review this Roccat ELO wireless gaming headset, I put it through its paces. Classics like Postal 2 and Star Wars Pod Racer, newer titles like Rise of the Tomb Raider and Doom Eternal. Bass-heavy techno, dynamic classical, booming hip-hop, and hard-hitting rock. A zoom call. The ELO wireless headset handled all of those with ease while being comfortable. However, I did have some cutout problems between 15 and 20 feet, including one complete drop and reconnect of the wireless signal. So for those sitting at a desk who don't want yet another wire running from their computer, these are great.
Unboxing and setup:
These were packaged nicely, with a detachable microphone and USB-C charging. This headset requires a proprietary dongle to use; no Bluetooth here. Once connected, you'll want to install the Roccat Swarm software in order to update firmware, changing the lighting, and adjusting sound settings.
Sidenote - other wireless headset makers need to get on the USB-C train, as it makes charging the headset easier.
The ELO is comfortable. I had mine on for 2 hours without noticing too much weight on my head. Battery life also seems fine. My problem was when I tried it with my living room machine, the connection would drop every few minutes. Of course, this is over a distance of 15 feet instead of the typical 5-6 feet at a computer desk.
It didn't matter what sort of audio I threw at the ELO, the drivers could handle anything I threw at them. The powerful soundtrack of the classic Star Wars Pod Racer, the multiple explosions in Postal 2 after getting the rocket launcher, to newer titles like Doom Eternal and Among Us all sounded great. Music also sounded good through these headphones, from hip-hop to rock to classical to electronic. The only problem I had was the volume would continually drop and raise if it were set to maximum, and I couldn't figure out how to defeat this setting.
RGB lighting does add a bit of nifty factor to these headphones.
Roccat's Swarm software allows for adjusting the lighting and the sound quality. First thing first is that the 7.1 virtual surround is underwhelming. The EQ also isn't exactly intuitive and you have to click apply to hear your settings changes.
All in all, the Roccat ELO wireless headset is a nice value for what it is. While some advertised features are underwhelming, audio quality is terrific and comfort is top notch. Definitely a wireless headset I could recommend.Oct 20, 2020 00:02
I can hear 7.1 surround, myself and enemy sneaks up on me
This headset is very nice, sturdy, well built, and headband made of metal but not heavy. It also auto adjusts to the shape of your head.
Mic monitoring technology lets you hear what you say so you don’t talk too loud and disturb any of your family members.
It has strong Wireless signal, I can walk 20 feet away.
It has long battery life, I don't have to worry about battery playing game all day.
It has intelligent lighting but I don't care much about it since I cannot see the light when wearing it.
It is glasses friendly, meaning that while it still presses down on your glasses, it doesn’t hurt if you game, or watch anything for a long time.
If you are a fan of battle royale games, you can enable superhuman hearing feature, you can hear someone like footsteps sneaking up on you from behind,
you can quickly turn around to neutralize the threat.
However, if someone is talking to you via in game chat, the footsteps get muffled out.
Note that the mic is detachable which is good but it would be better if it provide a place to store directly with the headset.
To access to all the features, like enable super human hearing, surround mode, EQ etc., you have to install the Roccat Swarm software.
The only thing I don't like is the earcup cushion is wraped with faux leather and this make my ear sweat.Nov 01, 2020 19:56
For a pair of wireless gaming phones WITH USB C for $100 this a great option. I can't take micro USB anymore!
This headset really shines on PC with it's software but I plan on using this for my PS5. Although if you are planning on using this for console there are some things to note!
The volume wheel does not work. You have to control the volume through your console. It may not get enough for you but I think it is loud enough for my ears. The mic monitor works well and headset sounds good paired with my PS5. I just wish that I could turn off the RBG using them with my PS5. I kind of look ridiculous.
Anyways these are well built, pretty comfortable, and overall great value.May 21, 2021 21:10
Good headset. The software can be a bit stubborn. Sometimes it takes about 2 min to connect. Also, dont lose the usb dongle that comes with it, you cannot use these headphones without it. Over all, i feel like there could be some improvements, but it is a decent headset.Sep 25, 2021 13:20