When I first removed the headset from the box the first thing I noticed was that the headset had a USB connector. Now, nowhere on the box did it say that it was a USB Audio Headset with a built in sound card so why would it have one? I looked over the quick start guide I and found out that the USB connector was only for illuminating the LEDS in the earcups and the inline volume adjuster. That’s Bling-a-rific! Of course, it also includes your standard pink and green connectors for the mic and headphone.
The headset itself looked fairly comfortable. Extra cushioning around the ears as well as the headband gave me a feeling that the RAZER Piranhas would hopefully be comfortable during long periods of use. It also seemed to be made of a rigid, but flexible, plastic material that would hold up to a decent amount of abuse. We’ll see about that!
One of the features that grabbed my attention was the noise-cancelling microphone. When others are in the room or you’re situated in some other type of noisy environment, a noise cancelling microphone will help reduce background noise that might otherwise make it difficult for people on the other end to hear you through your microphone.
The Piranhas cabling is reinforced with a braided weave through most of the three meter length. This will ensure that the cables cannot get easily nicked or cut when you’re at your local LAN party. But since it is three meters long, it is probably more to protect it from being destroyed from having your office chair run over it.
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