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Razer - ManO'War 7.1 Channel Headset

( 4.3 Average / 6 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Razer

Model

ManO'War

Part #

RZ04-01490100-R3U1

Color

Black

Type

Circumaural

Enclosure Type

Closed

Channels

7.1

Microphone

Yes

Impedance

32 Ω

Active Noise Cancelling

No

Sensitivity at 1 V RMS

112 dB

Frequency Response

20 Hz - 20 kHz

Connection

USB 2.0

Features

Lag-free wireless performance audio
The Razer ManO'War offers high fidelity gaming grade audio through lag-free 2.4 GHz wireless technology with a 12+2 meter range capability. Simply plug-and-play with the ultra-compact wireless USB adapter or use the included extension dock for the extended range of 14 meters.
Wireless 7.1 virtual surround sound for pinpoint precision
Enhanced with the powerful Razer Surround engine, the immersive 7.1 channel virtual surround sound paired with the Razer ManO'War's high-performance 50 mm Neodymium magnet drivers makes the battlefield around you come alive. Fully utilize the positional audio calibration feature to accurately pinpoint your enemies so you can get the jump on them before they do.
7 days of wireless gaming on a single charge
Whether you're streaming, watching a movie or on a gaming marathon, the Razer ManO'War is able to give you an impressive 7 days of wireless gameplay [14 hours uninterrupted play on a single charge]. Never worry about having mediocre battery life ever again so you can focus fully on your missions.
Retractable digital mic for uncompromised vocal clarity
Quick Action Controls on the ear cups for on-the-fly audio adjustments
Interchangeable leatherette ear cushions for superior comfort & sound isolation

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Prices

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B&H $169.99 +FREE s/h In stock $169.99

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Reviews

Ryfi 36 points 20 months ago

Go Razer Master Race!

carpentere21 2 points 10 months ago
from completed build 1st ever PC

I got the Overwatch version of this headset when it was on sale. It's a pretty expensive headset, but is perfectly suited for playing online. No issues with the mic, and it's really convenient that it's retractable. Before buying, I would recommend watching reviews on other headsets, and after that if you like this headset the best, get it.

Bobbert69 2 points 10 months ago

This headset is the finest one I have used so far. Easily getting the full 16 hours of battery charge (unless using the RGB lighting), they are very, very comfortable for long gaming sessions. Plus I am able to get up and walk around the house, get something to drink or whatever, without removing them as they stay connected over a large area. The sound is powerful and full, but not overdone. I never imagined this kind of bass coming from a headset, and the 7.1 surround is built in to the hardware itself, not software driven. I don't use the mic so luckily it retracts into the headset staying out of the way, and can be muted. On-ear controls include volume, mute, mic mute, mic volume, and power. RGB lighting and other features are controlled via the Razer Synapse software, which is very well done as well.

ThaForbidden 7 points 10 months ago

Sounds good. The surround sound aspect works great. Battery life seems to be holding strong. No complaints.

VeRDAMMT- 7 points 9 months ago
from completed build MrXanathos' home build

Good looking, good sound, no problems at all for the moment.

jokrage 7 points 6 days ago
from completed build Ye Old PC 2.0

Absolutely terrible headset. Get ready for my essay:

Horribly uncomfortable, flimsy design, and worst of all BEEP BEEP the battery BEEP BEEP life is horrible and the brilliant BEEP BEEP designers at Razer BEEP BEEP decided that the headphones should play an obnoxious and loud BEEP BEEP whenever the battery is low or BEEP BEEP the connection is spotty (Which happens a lot by the way, even while I'm sitting directly next to my PC). The battery life is so short they may as well be wired headphones because the annoying usb charging cable is always plugged in. The usb cable is asymmetrical micro usb so it's annoying and almost impossible to plug in while wearing the headphones.

Not to mention that razer synapse is a garbage program and sound driver. I decided to uninstall it one day and all my friends were asking me if I got a new mic because the windows sound driver sounded so much better. The rgb can't be controlled without synapse, and is still glitchy and unresponsive when you do try and change it. Synapse also causes issues with other programs and games and is pretty much the go to uninstall to fix a problem.

Do yourself a favour and buy literally anything else.