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Razer Kraken V3 Pro - Wireless Gaming Headset with Taptic Technology (Headphones with Sensory Touch Feedback, TriForce 50 mm Driver, THX Spatial Audio) Black

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Despite this, Synapse’s user interface is simple enough to understand and has enough practical features to make it more than useful. When the haptic bass feature is at 'Low', the Razer Kraken V3 Pro have a more excited sound profile than the Razer Kraken V3 HyperSense. The Razer Kraken V3 Pro comes with a detachable microphone similar to the rest of the headsets in this line, except this time with an improved supercardioid pick-up pattern. Razer’s headsets are known for not being as compatible with Xbox consoles, and the Kraken V3’s instructions don’t show how to connect to them. The Razer Kraken V3 Pro comes with a wireless dongle that’s compatible with PlayStation so you can plug and play instantly, allowing you to enhance your overall console immersion through the combined haptics of your headset and controller.

As a wireless gaming headset, the Razer Kraken V3 Pro delivers, providing excellent sound, a comfortable fit and plenty of software options. You can change equalization levels (music modes, game modes and so forth), customize the RGB lighting, determine how much mic sidetone you want and so forth. But it’s also quite expensive, and that’s probably due to a feature that doesn’t add much to the overall experience. Vocal clarity didn’t fare as well with music, so I would suggest tweaking the EQ to enhance vocal tracks instead.

I first tried the Hypersense feature while playing Cyberpunk 2077, which also utilizes THX Spatial audio. If you prefer a different sound, their companion software offers a graphic EQ and presets to help you customize their sound. Like the other headsets within the Razer Kraken family, the V3 Pro utilizes Razer Synapse to customize its RGB lighting or make adjustments to the mic/audio quality. Whether you’re chatting with teammates or trash-talking the enemy, Razer's HyperClear Mic makes sure you're heard loud and clear. The impact from every little sound makes it feel like you haveIMAX loudspeakers on your head, for better or worse.

There is still a lot of room for tweaking the sound with the Razer Synapse program, but we will discuss this in further depth in the software chapter. While I can’t predict anyone’s tolerance for haptic feedback on their ears, I can say that it’s quite a different experience than feeling it in your hands. The difference between the Kraken V3’s design and the Pro’s is in the number of ports and buttons it has on each earcup. But due to the way the Xbox interface is set up, you have to fiddle with menus to hear in-game audio via the headset.If you’re looking to just try out the HyperSense feature, the cheaper Razer Kraken V3 HyperSense should be perfectly fine for your needs. With up to 44 hours battery life when you turn off the haptics and lighting, the battery life is quite generous. The opening acoustic guitar plucks in Yes’ “Roundabout” sound full, and plenty of string texture comes through thanks to the headset’s high-frequency finesse. You'll perceive sound as coming from inside your head rather than from speakers placed in the room around you. He comes from a science writing background, having studied paleomammalogy, biological anthropology, and the history of science and technology.

That said, they're decently comfy, well-built, and their wireless design ensures that you don't snag a cable and accidentally pull them off your head. If it’s a cinematic action game, you may find the haptic feedback to be an interesting accompaniment that adds to your experience. The lighting pops great on the headset, and its unlimited color options can enhance the ambiance of any RGB-powered setup. wireless connection ensures lossless, low-latency audio that syncs perfectly with game visuals, so youll never experience a break in immersion. I listened to a fan-made edit of “All for Us” by Zendaya and Labrinth that only focuses on the former, and for the first time, I could audibly notice sections of the track sounding that were mixed down to serve the purpose of the edit.The HyperSense vibration motors are an interesting extra that enhances certain media by offering the physical sensation of a subwoofer’s rumble without the frequency range necessary to really hit it. I was skeptical about it as well, but the Kraken V3 HyperSense is, in my opinion, one of the better gaming headsets available for the money. Gunshots have plenty of punch, and other effects (like grass under footsteps) easily come through on the headset. The earpads use thick, soft memory foam with leatherette lining the sides, and breathable fabric for the surface that touches your head. You can see a comparison of their raw frequency response with the different levels of haptic bass here.

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