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Razer - ManO'War Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset for PC, Mac, PS4 - Black

Get into the game with the Razer ManO'War headset. It has 2.4GHz wireless technology, letting you enjoy high-quality audio without wires, and a battery life of up to 14 hours of continuous game play on a single charge. The 7.1 surround sound of the Razer ManO'War headset immerses you in your gaming sessions, hearing every sound.

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    What's Included

    • Extension dock (6.56')
    • Owner's manual
    • Razer ManO'War Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset for PC, Mac, PS4
    • USB charging cable (3.28')
    • Wireless USB transceiver

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    88% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (359 out of 410)


    Immerse yourself in the game with complete wireless freedom featuring the Razer ManO'War wireless PC gaming headset with gaming grade lag-free 2.4 GHz wireless technology

    Razer ManO'War wireless headset offers high fidelity gaming-grade audio through lag-free 2.4 GHz wireless technology with a 40' range capability

    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

    Whether you're streaming, watching a movie or on a gaming marathon, the Razer ManO'War wireless headset is able to give you an impressive 7 days of wireless gameplay or 14 hours uninterrupted play on a single charge

    Compatible with PC, Mac, PlayStation 4

    Customer rating

    Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 410 reviews

    would recommend to a friend

    Expert rating

    Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 4 reviews



    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great headset with a bad headband

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I originally had the Razer Kraken 7.1 v2 that I liked but I wanted wireless so I traded them in for these. They are pretty close but the mic on the Kraken 7.1 v2 is a bit better (ok the headband is WAY better too). These don't have the automatic noise cancellation that the kraken 7.1 v2 has. Also the side tone has white noise at fairly low volume where the kraken 7.1 v2 didn't have any even turned all the way up. These have a beefed up headband support vs the earlier ones that came out but word is that it'll still break after 4 months so I grabbed the geeksquad protection. I also own the Logitech G633, SteelSeries Arctis 7, and the HyperX Cloud Core. Out of the lot I think that the Logitech G633 has the best positional audio but terrible mic. The Cloud Core is best for music, the Arctis 7 is built like a tank and has crazy good wireless range but a meh mic. The Man O'War has the best mic with decent surround surround sound. You can customize what programs to use 7.1 and 2.0. For example group chat and music sounds best as normal stereo (2.0) and games at surround sound (7.1). Say you want to listen to music and chat while you game so in the Synapse software mixer tab you set Discord and your web browser to use 2.0 and your game to use 7.1. Everything sounds great. All my other headphones don't do this, the surround sound is either on or off. These sound pretty good, but they are a little too bassy for my taste but it's easy to set the EQ how you like it. They do get a little warm but not to the point of distracting me during long gaming sessions (5+ hours). I do a lot of group chat while playing and these have the best microphone for it out of the bunch. I also have a more expensive studio setup with a dynamic mic and headphones, and this headset is close enough combined with the added benefit of being able to get up and do things while waiting for a game to start is wonderful. I haven't used my studio setup in several weeks. It's too bad that it doesn't have extra features that pretty much every other headphone has such as listening to multiple audio sources at the same time, but it's really not anything that I really care about, but I would take that over RGB that I turn off as I'd rather have longer battery life. Overall: This headset has an amazing mic, good surround sound, and software that adds a lot of customization. Just get geeksquad protection because i doubt the headband will survive long.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Best One Yet!

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I am an elite member to Best Buy so I get a 45 day return on my stuff and I use it to the day. I was really skeptical when I purchased these after bringing back several others that wee more expensive and less expensive and I really wasn't a fan of Razer BUT NOW I AM! Let me tell you.. I went through a lot of headphones to get an idea and by far this one is one of the best. For me it was a must to use ps4 and PC headphones. What makes this one the best is the weight, comfort after long hours, really good sound and the battery lasts a long time, mic is perfect. This hits the bar for an excellent all around great headphones you will wish you had sooner. Here's the negative things and I don't even think they are because it would be with most all others. it doesn't have 5.1 or 7.1 ssound for PS4 but that's because I was 'renting' the sony HP's and it's built for ps4 and the sound is AMAZING and I really miss it but the HP's got heavy and it was klunky. One of the other negatives is it might appear to be flimsy but they've gone through a lot and are in perfect condition after about 2 months or so. That's about it for the negative for me, others might say something else but I'd be hardpressed to make an argument past those aformentioned and these headphones are 5.1 on PC but I haven't played PC game yet, still on ps4. If you're looking for durable, great sound/mic and really long range and battery life, light weaight for us pencilnecks and plays on ps4 and pc with a boondoggle this is for you. I'm surprised it's from Razer since I was not a fan of their overtweaked mice/kb. This is simple and just truly perfect and I am picky mofo.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Highly disappointed


      I switched from the corsair vengeance 2100 to this razer headset. I thought that hey, I already have a keyboard and mouse by razer, why not complete the package? I regretted it. Perhaps it is because the vengeance was simply better than the manowar or this headset under performed, maybe I got a faulty model who knows. Here are the issues, I'll be simple - You are FORCED to use the synapse software for this headset - The software poorly(If at all) explains the different features and options of the headset - ***THE VOLUME IS FLUCTUANT*** This is my biggest issue, if you set all programs volumes to the same, they will not be the same volume. I noticed my skype was very low, my browser volume was medium and my game volume was extremely high. I never had to mess around with individual volumes in the volume mixer until now, and frankly, for the price this headset goes for, I shouldn't have to. - It isn't as comfortable as people are saying. I love the soft leather cups, trust me I do. But the padding on top is non existent! It is the thinnest piece of padding I have ever seen on a headset. Eventually you will feel the plastic engraving into your skull. - It's huge, maybe this is a personal issue, but I believe I have a pretty large head. So to the younger audience considering purchasing this, you're gonna have a tough time. - The mic has a mind of its own! Trust me on this the mic is great, my friends have told me I sound a little better than before. But if you stop talking for about... 5 minuites, the mic automatically boosts your background noise. I can't even count how many times My friends were like "Woah woah woah! Dude your background noise wth!?!?" After messing around with synapse nothing solved this, I guess the mic does what it wants. - Button placement. The things like the mic volume, headset volume and charge port are all placed awkwardly. Having to reach behind the headset to mute the mic is tedious and definitely takes much longer than when I could just flip the mic up on the vengeance. I wouldn't be too surprised if that mute button doesn't last too long either. In conclusion, I thought I could finish my razer setup with a nice razer wireless headset, but I was disappointed. Perhaps it is because I downgraded headsets but thats besides the point. I will be returning this headset and perhaps picking up logitechs wireless headset instead, all I know for sure is that this product is not worth its price.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Average Wireless Headset

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I replaced my pair of wired Astro A40 headsets after the microphone quality seemed to just sound abysmal. It was simply an excuse to get something new. Just as a preface. I mainly game on computer but also play the occasional game on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. The Razer Man o' War is very large. I have a relatively medium sized head and on my ears the headset just seems to squish down. While there is a lot of padding around the ear cups it presses against the ears quite firmly and over time hurts to wear for too long. Readjusting the headset a little bit helps and then I can wear them for another half hour or so before that position hurts. I know a lot of people have said that the headset is very comfortable but I think it's different for everyone. The sound is okay. Not as impressive as plugging in my Bose QC 25 into a DAC. And not nearly as comfortable. Keep in mind I wear glasses when I look at a computer screen so it might have something to do with that. The microphone is okay. A lot of my friends have told me I sound muffled and that it's not as clear as some other headsets I've had. It does the trick. It's not that impressive but if you don't have too many funds and you just want to communicate with your buds through a computer it does the trick. The features through Razer Synapse are nice, I was never able to get the sound adjustment to work. Razer says you can adjust other sources and make some louder and other quieter, Even though I moved the dials up and down I was never able to get it to work properly. The wireless works pretty well, I have yet to experience any interruption and I like the fact that I can now walk around with a headset on. The range does seem a little fickle. I stepped away and anything past 10 feet can kind of start killing the signal. Overall Razer has made a pretty decent headset, for the price it's a pretty good wireless headset with decent sound and a half decent microphone. The comfort level doesn't suit me very well but that doesn't mean it won't work for you. The wireless isn't too shabby and is the key feature of this headset. Final Word: Try to wear them before you purchase.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Good sound, Poor make


      (short review for people who don't want to read it all) Mic quality is good, sound quality is great, battery life is shorter than advertised, lasts about 7 hours of gaming with no chroma and 5 hours with chroma. Headset itself is very very flimsy, it feels like it will break when you pick it up and put it down, overall, just buy a different headset, this one is good but not worth the price. (Long Review) The sound quality for this headset is really good! it sounds great, but it is made out of really cheap plastic. It squeaks and cracks just from taking it on and off your head. The top of the headset has two very tiny pieces on either side that hold the foam cushion in place, as i stated earlier it is very cheap and flimsy. the two plastic pieces broke on one side just from taking it on and off. So now the foam piece doesn't rest properly on my head and isn't comfortable. it is also very bottom heavy, the earcups themselves are massive and i'm a pretty large guy (6'0) and they have never sat completely flush on my head. Even at the lowest size it would go. Battery Life isn't as advertised, about 7 hours without chroma, 5 with. Headset also turns itself off if there is no sound coming in for a little while (i assume to save battery), mine would turn off sometimes in the middle of me speaking to someone. So i would have to turn it back on again. Overall, the sound quality is great, but it's really not worth the price you pay for it. It's way too flimsy. if you must buy it, get the protection plan because you will need it for sure.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      The best in it's price range, by far!


      The good about the headset: design is super sleek and amazingly comfortable. Materials are light, well fitted, and the chroma design pairs perfectly with Razer's other accessories. I watched a linustechtips review about this before buying it and I gotta say, he got something wrong. He pointed out the hallow feel, and the fact they squeak when easily maneuvered. The squeak goes away very fast, and they feel solidly built. The battery also (advertised as 1 week, or 14 hours) stands true. The bad about this headset: I believe that when the mic is fully pushed in, it should automatically mute itself. The ear cuffs do touch your ears, but still go around them, so be aware of that. You get used to it though. The ear cuffs also do get a little warm after multiple hours, something I think could be solved with maybe an addition of switchable cloth cuffs. Bought this, along with the firefly, blackwidow chroma stealth, and the Mamba TE. In combination they are all absolutely beautiful. You can sync them all up so their LEDs react together, or separate for situational use. The program you use to do all this (Razer's Synapse) is super easy to use, has downloaded developer additions, and helps save profiles usable across multiple games, and computers. Razer's other additions of software (such as comms, arena, and cortex) also help increase your game time and play immensely. Their company truly is for gamers, by gamers.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      What was Razer thinking...


      I will try to keep it short and to the point. My experience with Razer man o war...... very good quality wireless system they never lost connection and sounded Great! However, that is the only positive thing about them. they are very poorly constructed, after the first 3 days of use the top head pad broke off, the top pad is only attached by 2 very small plastic pins.... very fragile. after the pad pins broke off the hard plastic frame dug painfully on top of your head, the the over the ear padding was sub par, once your ears were inside them they smashed your ears inside the cup and OUCH... 10 mins and I had them off. these are poorly constructed, they need a better constructed head pad. they do sound very very well! A+++ I love Razer products but these do not stand up to normal wear and tear. the feel very loose and if they flex the top pad WILL break off!! come on Razer, what were you thinking? also If you have a large Mellon then do not get these, they are not made for larger heads. or ppl with big ears. very painful! PLEASE PLEASE RAZER fix this . you have a great product at 160$ I expect better quality construction!

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good Sound but some cons

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      These have better sound than Logitech wireless 930 and even the Razer Kraken Pro Wired pair I also have. The ear cups swivel in a way which can be awkward putting on and make me worried I will break them if not careful but are comfortable while wearing them. My major complaint is the top band. It needs more padding! I have temporarily made a little stuffed pad to insert under that top band so it doesn't hurt my head and may use some velcro to attach it to the existing little pad on the band so it stays in place. The Wide top band (not sure why they made it this way) has a tendency to slide forward and put a dent in the top of your head after wearing for a while which hurts. These appear to have enough width with over an inch of vertical adjustment to play with for a larger head. I consider my head to be of average size. I find them heavier and somehow feel bulkier than the logitech I used to have but the range appears to be about the same. I was hoping for a little better range with these after reading other reviews. I also would be happy if there was adjustment to how soon it shuts down upon not hearing sound. While a great feature so the battery doesn't die too soon I'm finding it annoying that it shuts off so soon. I'm in and out of sound producing applications and keep finding it off. Since these can also be used plugged in It would be nice to have a feature to turn off the auto shut off feature or at least suspend it for periods of time.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars with 4 reviews

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    The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about usability, sound, design and bass quality. Editors have mixed opinions about durability. 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.
    • Digital TrendsRating, 4 out of 5Brendan Hesse on December 29, 2016
      Razer ManO'War 7.1 review
      A big, if unwieldy, headset with excellent sound and near-perfect mic.Full Review
    • PCMagRating, 4 out of 5Will Greenwald on July 8, 2016
      Razer ManO'War
      The Razer ManO'War is a powerful, but bulky, wireless gaming headset with excellent sound quality.Full Review
    • HardwareHeaven.comRating, 5 out of 5Stuart Davidson Stuart Davidson on June 10, 2016
      Razer Man O War Review
      A week or two ago we had a glimpse of Razers latest headset, the Man O' War, as the Tournament Edition was included in their range of Overwatch branded peripherals. That version is wired and compatible with smartphone, console, and PC. TheFull Review
    • TechRadar (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5Kevin Lee on May 13, 2016
      Razer ManO'War review
      Wireless surround sound gaming you can take anywhereFull Review

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