Razer launches two gaming headsets with multiple audio drivers

Razer is a well-known gaming accessory manufacturing company, today the company released two new gaming headsets; The Tiamat 7.1 V2 and Tiamat 2.2 V2. Unlike any other headset, both of these headsets feature multiple audio drivers in each ear cup. According to Razer, this will improve your experience by providing richer audio quality.




Most of the headsets use virtual methods to create the experience of 7.1 surround sound. The Tiamat 7.1 V2, on the other hand, incorporates five distinct audio drivers in each ear cup to create the real 7.1 surround sound. Each ear cup has a 40mm subwoofer, two 30mm front and center audio drivers, and two 20mm side and back audio drivers. Combined all these drivers provide the actual 7.1 surround sound experience. You can either use it as a 2.0 stereo headset or a full surround sound headset which can be done by connecting all the channels using four 3.5mm audio jacks. The Tiamat 7.1 V2 is available now for $200.

Features:

  • 10x audio drivers
  • Foldable unidirectional microphone
  • Audio Control Unit
  • 1 USB connector for power
  • PC connector: 3.5 mm microphone jack, 4 x 3.5 mm audio jacks

If you are not willing to spend $200 on a gaming headset but still want to own a decent pair of latest Razer headset then the Tiamat 2.2 V2 is a good option. For $130 you are getting a headset that is capable of providing 7.1 virtual surround sound which also includes additional 50mm drivers to provide strong bass. Both variants are currently available of Razer’s official website.

Features:

  • compatibility
  • 4 x 50 mm drivers
  • Foldable unidirectional microphone
  • In-line volume control
  • 3.5 mm combined audio jack

Stay tuned for the updates.

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