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Astro A10 Vs Steelseries Arctis 9X: Which to Choose for Gaming?

This is the comparison between the Astro A10 and Steelseries Arctis 9X gaming headsets. Both the headsets has the large price difference, even though the compete in a gaming headsets. Check out which is the best for their price range. Read More

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Astro A10 Vs PDP LVL50: A Detailed Comparison and Review

This is the comparison between the Astro A10 and PDP LVL50 gaming headsets. Both has the big price difference but both are under the $100 and the one is wired and the other one is wireless. Both has different features and some positive points. So, check out which one will be the best option for you budget. Read More

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Astro A10 Vs Hyperx Cloud Mix: Which One is Best for Gaming?

This is the comparison between the Astro A10 and HyperX Cloud Mix headphones. Both are mainly used as wired but the hyperX cloud Mix can also be used as wireless. Both has the major price difference but still both are in the competition. So, check out which one will be the best option. Read More

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Sennheiser GSP 370 Vs Steelseries Arctis 7: Which is Better Option? (In-depth Review)

This is the comparison between between the Sennheiser GSP 370 and Steelseries Arctis 7. Both are the good brand for the headphone world. The Arctis cannot beat the Sennheiser in battery life and audio. Anyway, the price of both the headsets are very different and check out which one will be better for your budget. Read More

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Sennheiser GSP 370 Vs Sennheiser GSP 670: Which to Buy? (Comparison and Review)

This is the comparison review of the same brand Sennheiser GSP 370 and Sennheiser GSP 670. Both are luxurious and premium gaming headset and both are much expensive. But, both has the many positive features according for that much price. Check out which will be the good option for your budget. Read More

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Steelseries Arctis 1 Vs Steelseries Arctis 3: What Should You Get?

This is the comparison of the same brand of Steelseries Arctis 1 and Steelseries Arctis 3. Both the gaming headsets has almost the same points. But, some different features makes them stand out. Check which you should buy for their price-point. Read More

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Steelseries Arctis 1 Vs Hyperx Cloud Stinger: Which to Buy? (Comparison and Review)

This is the comparison between latest Steelseries Arctis 1 and HyperX Clous Stinger gaming headset. This Both headset is almost the same price, the wired version of Steelseries Arctis 1 and HyperX Cloud Stinger is almost the same price. Both has lots of positive features, according to this price-point check out which will be the best option. Read More

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Logitech G Pro X Vs HyperX Cloud Alpha: In-depth Comparison

This is about the comparison of Logitech G Pro X and HyperX Cloud Alpha gaming headset.  Both are good considering build quality and design and comfort but some features makes both a different one. Read More

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Logitech G Pro X Vs Logitech G Pro: A Detailed Headset Comparison

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The Logitech G Pro X is one of the best PC gaming headsets around, but its reliance on software means it’s only pretty good on console. If you’re looking for something comfortable with a lot sound customization options, look no… Read More

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Razer Nari Ultimate Vs Corsair Virtuoso RGB: A Detailed Comparison

This is the comparison review of the Razer Nari Ultimate and Corsair Virtuoso gaming headsets. There are some features which are almost similar in both the headsets. Also, there are some technological features which makes the both headsets something different and better.

Razer Nari Ultimate

Corsair Virtuoso RGB

Frequency response 20Hz to 20,000Hz 20Hz – 40,000Hz
Impedance 32Ω @ 1kHz 32 Ohms @ 2.5kHz
Audio Stereo 7.1 Surround
Driver 50 mm, neodymium 50 mm Neodymium, matched pair
Sensitivity 107 dB (± 3 dB) 109 dB (+/-3dB)
Connection 2.4 GHz over USB, 3.5mm Detachable, Mini USB
 Color gunmetal Gunmetal, Carbon, White
 Weight  431 grams 372 grams

Introduction

Razer Nari Ultimate

There’s a lot of reviews floating around of the ultimate edition and that’s the one that has all that vibrating haptic feedback. This is just the standard Wireless Nari.

Corsair Virtuoso RGB

This is about the Corsair Virtuoso RGB wireless gaming headset. This has high resolution audio, premium build quality and low latency wireless transmission.

Design

Razer Nari Ultimate

It’s made with an aluminum and feels pretty sturdy and it’s very similar to the Kraken V2. You can you can twist them and kind of contort it and it’ll snap back into place.

This is a wireless headset but they also include a four-foot-long micro USB cable for charging and then they also give you a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack, so that you can use it wired and you can also use it with like your phone.

Corsair Virtuoso RGB

There’s no denying these are solid. There’s aluminum everywhere making these feels sturdy in the hands and because of that metal it’s cold to the touch, it feels ultra premium for a headset and it looks really damn good too. The build quality also feels top-notch with metal ratcheting, adjusting arms and even down to the volume adjustment knob right on the back giving you a lot of feedback when you scroll through this thing. They provide the accessories are USB, the wireless adapter, microphone, and three-and-a-half millimeter chord.

If there’s any kind of creaks or cracks indicating or if there’s anything underneath that could be cheap. But, didn’t hear or feel anything that would indicate that these are poorly made. The headband and ear cups do use a synthetic leather up top. It would have paired well with all this aluminum but what is provided is really good for a gaming headset.

Comfort

Razer Nari Ultimate

The ear cups are able to be rotated. So, if you’re done with the game and you want to rest them around your neck, they’re not awkward and hitting you in the jaw or anything like that which is always nice. It’s little bit more comfortable. The headband is also adjustable on its own, so when you go to put it on, it will slide as far down as it needs to and then go snugly into place on your head.

One of the things I really like about this headset is that the cushions around the ear cups not only are made of a nice leatherette material that has sort of a soft suede feeling to where it actually contacts your head. But, it uses a cooling gel foam that does help keep your head a little bit cooler and helps kind of dissipate some of that heat off of your head. So combining the feeling of those ear cups with the adjustable headband does make for a pretty comfortable overall experience.

Corsair Virtuoso RGB

These were almost the best of all of the gaming headset. The gaming headsets, not many have been comfortable to be honest. The Corsair isn’t perfect but it is one of the better ones out there but I still feel slight pinching at the crown of the head and a slight neck fatigue here after about an hour and a half to two hours of straight wearing. These do feel better than HyperX and Logitech G933.

The ear cups on these are also on the good to great side as well, they’re very comfortable with the memory foam padding and for the most part your ears are able to breathe preventing any ear sweat.

Features

Razer Nari Ultimate

This is a wireless headset but it’s not gonna have the inline controls that you normally would for your volume mixing and mute and all that. So, they’ve integrated it into the actual ear cups themselves. It’s included your charging port, your 3.5 millimeter jack, the on button and mute button.

They’ve also added a pretty cool real-time volume mixing feature into this headphone. The way it works is that when you pair this headset into your computer, it essentially recognizes it as two different devices, so you can set the game-sound which is gonna be basically what you would pair as your computer sound and then the chat. You can also pair the chat to Blizzard chat or discord and so when you’re in game what that means is you can turn the mixing knob and balance how loud your group members are with and how loud your game sound is and I found it to be really helpful.

This headset is wireless, the way it connects to the computer is via a 2.4 gigahertz connection and they actually built the dongle right into the right ear cup and it’s spring-loaded, so if you want to take this with you, just pop it in there and it’s ready to go. It’s also a nice small compact one that you can pop in the front of your computer or something and it’s not going to look obnoxious. The overall performance of the wireless is really good, I didn’t get any disconnecting or any Distortion and the sound itself. The wireless works up to 12 meters, so you can take it pretty far as well and not have to worry about losing connection.

The Razer logos on the sides of the ear cups will light up with the chroma lighting not only does the static and color cycling effect but really in my opinion having RGB on a headset is kind of silly because you can’t see it while you’re wearing it.

Corsair Virtuoso RGB

The ear cups do have perforations micro sized holes that let the Corsair logo shine through when the lights are off it looks like a seamless aluminum Corsair logo on the ear cups and it’s pretty cool. The lighting can be controlled through IQ app with different patterns and colors for you to choose.

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