|Hardware Platform||PC, Linux, Xbox 360, Mac|
|Hardware Interface||USB 3.0|
|Item model number||RZ04-00900100-R3U1|
|Product Dimensions||10.8 x 22.23 x 22.86 cm; 725.75 Grams|
Razer Carcharias Gaming Headset for Xbox 360/PC
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- Headphone Style: Over-Ear
- Noise Cancelling: Not Available
- Cushions: Interchangeable
- Dimensions: 22.0" x 10.0" x 10.0"
- Product Weight: 1.6lbs
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The Razer Carcharias Gaming Headset for Xbox 360/PC is a circumaural gaming headset designed for extended hours of gameplay with superior gaming audio, clarity, and bass. Get ready to experience extreme comfort with circumaural ear cups and interchangeable ear cushions.
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Our cat did break the headset as well. The wire got stuck to her and it separated from the controls box so we lost one of the wires for Mic input. so it's dead after 2 months.
Can't say the old Carcharias would have survived that but maybe without the rubber wire. Overall disappointed does not seem like a -next- model seems like it should be a previous model.
I used to be a fairly hardcore gamer, playing multiple MMOs, FPSs, and racing games until all hours of the night. The one gaming periphial I seemed to destroy over and over was my headsets. I was going through 3-4 headsets a year. I was discussing my issues with a fellow gamer at a big electronics retailer, and he strongly recommended the Carcharias. I honestly thought he was just trying to pad his paycheck, but said store had a good return policy, so I bought it and took it home to try it. I got seven years out of that first Carcharias headset. I loved everything about it, it was comfortable, my fellow players could hear me clearly through the mic, the sound was fantastic compared to most others I'd tried, and most importantly, it was DURABLE. After 7 years, one of the wires finally broke in it's cord, and I lost sound in one ear.
I replaced that first Razer Carcharias with a Razer Kraken. While the Kraken sounded much better, it was so tight, heavy, and uncomfortable, that after just a few weeks, I replaced it with my second Carcharias.
It was very comfy to be fair, but I was told from my friends in discord that the mic was very quite. For them to be able to hear me they had me at max volume and I was still fairly quite. If I messed with my mic setting they got what they called a constant "buzzsaw noise".
This might have just been me getting a headset from a bad batch, but it was really unusable for me.
It is sad when a company refuses to acknowledge a defective design product after so many reviews exhibit the same problems, and they blame EVERYONE's USB grounding? Funny claim when 2x other USB headsets i have work 100% perfectly fine. Odd. Guess I will be giving up on Razer headsets from now on! :( Anyone got other brand suggestions?