Catch every detail with this white Razer Kraken X wired gaming headset. The custom-tuned drivers deliver rich, immersive surround sound so you can get the jump on opponents, and the lightweight design offers lasting comfort. This noise-canceling Razer Kraken X wired gaming headset has a bendable cardioid microphone that resists background noise to help ensure your teammates hear you clearly.
Razer Kraken X gaming headset
This multiplatform gaming headset is built with superior comfort, extended durability and crystal clear sound.
Engineered to be extremely light at just 8.8 ounces, experience superior audio as you game for hours without being weighed down by your headset.
Experience surround sound for accurate positional audio across any game environment - from explosive all-out wars or stealthy covert operations (available on PC only).
Game across your PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices. An extension splitter cable also provides full audio and mic access for separate output and input ports.
Bendable cardioid microphone
The cardioid pickup pattern records sound from a tighter angle. It ensures your voice is heard clearly when you speak and rejects noise from the sides and back of your mic.
Oval ear cushions & adjustable headband slider
The oval design with leatherette creates a comfortable fit and plush feel. An adjustable headband slider provides greater flexibility while being durable to twisting and bending over time.
Custom-tuned 40mm drivers
The superior sound clarity and punchy bass simulate a wide soundscape when gaming. From subtle footsteps to powerful explosions, in-game audio is delivered in lifelike detail.
Razer Kraken X Wired Stereo Gaming Headset for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Mobile Devices
With the advance of technology, I thought by this time, people knows how to design a well verse of the headset but it isn't so. I bought the G432 from the Logitech and after a few months, one of the earcup went dead. I bought another Mpow 071 headset, everything seemed perfect but it crushed my ear after an hour wearing. Finally I bought this yesterday and I was wearing for an hour and it was so good so far. It's comfy for my ears and the volume is loud enough for conversation with my customers since I work as a customer service from home and I need a good headset to carry me through the day. The only thing I don't like about this is the "control volume button" and "the mute button" are small and above the earcup and it's hard to reach. The G432 has a better idea by making "the mute button" and the flip to mute function is handy and not a distraction while wearing the headset. I had no issues with pain or pressure on my head or ears and felt that the padding was good for the design.
These headphones have fine sound and mic pickup. I like the longer cord and that they included a splitter since I have a PC with separate headphone and mic jacks.
However, after barely 2 months of ownership, the inner headband that connects to the ear is cracking on both sides. One side is cracked badly enough that I have to push that side completely down so that it doesn't get any worse.
I contacted Razer about this since I'm past the return policy for Best Buy and Razer denied the claim saying it's due to customer use and it wouldn't be fair to replace them because I didn't buy their RazerCare plan. Apparently I should have added that on because then they would cover these headphones.
I'll just keep using them until they fully break but at the rate it's going, that might be within a month, but never again with Razer.
Comfortable fit. Easy mic placement. Probably has greater dynamic range than I was able to achieve given the device I was connected to. Razer has a downloadable free upgrade to surround sound that I have not yet used.
Very comfortable, bought them for my first gaming set up, and there are better options always. But to start with and buying something with no regrets, these are good headphones. Only downside is how the earmuffs don’t colapse in to make them slightly more portable.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about comfort, design, price and reliability. Editors are less positive about durability and noise isolation. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 88/100 = Very good quality.
Tom's GuideRating, 3.5 out of 53.5Marshall Honorof on June 6, 2019
Razer Kraken X Review: A Solid $50 Gaming Headset
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PCWorldRating, 3.5 out of 53.5Hayden Dingman on June 8, 2020
Razer Kraken X review: A no-frills take on a headset that had few frills to begin with
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rtings.comRating, 2.7 out of 52.7Ian McPhail on November 19, 2020
Razer Kraken X Review
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Kitguru.netRating, 4 out of 54.0Dominic Moass on June 19, 2019
Razer Kraken X Headset Review
Here at KitGuru we've reviewed plenty of Razer headsets over the years, with some costing as much as Razer products aren't usually cheap – but the Kraken X headset costs £49.99Full Review