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Razer - Nari Ultimate Wireless THX Spatial Audio Gaming Headset for PC and PlayStation 4 - Gunmetal-Angle_Standard

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Rating 3.9 out of 5 stars with 44 reviews

82%
would recommend to a friend

Expert rating

Rating 3.8 out of 5 stars with 3 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love them

    Posted
    AaronB
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    • My Best Buy® Member

    I love the bass in these. Great sound and the bass adds to game. Mainly played with RE2 remake and it adds to the jump scare factor. Definitely recommend.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Good for Music

    Posted
    Bigale257
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    great bass good for watching movies listening to music and games

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Good

    Posted
    Serg825
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    I bought these for my ps4 at first they are awesome! The bass was sick and loudness of then was great. They are comfortable But at times it does get hot. The reason I have it 3 stars it's because you can't customize the setting on it when using it for the ps4. There was no adjustment for chat and game mix. By default it kept a balance for me without me adjusting it. If you a pc player this are great but for a ps4 there just good with a sick bass.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great for PC but not Xbox One

    Posted
    Daniel28
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    This headset was great! The haptic feedback does really work but I did personally feel after a while you stop feeling it as much. The surround sound is definitely amazing and has a great bass feel. I mainly game on the xbox one so the options of the headset were extremely limited. My issues were that it has not bluetooth and that it lacks options for other devices. I would have at least desired to have the RGB chroma work even if wired or be able to edit on PC and allow for it to function with those settings. Since my preference was on Xbox One I did not feel it was worth it for me but for PC use (and possibly PS4) It definitely has a lot and personally $200 is cheap for what it does. Note: when wired you can still turn the headset on for the haptic feedback and green light on the logo but a lot more is limited unless used wireless. Places to use wireless for now are on PC and I think PS4.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Gimmicky but better than most.

    Posted
    Twizted3kgt
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    I've been on a hunt for a surround sound headset to match or better my Logitech G35. I settled in on these after a half dozen trial and errors with other headsets. In comparison to the G35 the sound quality is worse, bass isn't as deep, but the volume goes much higher. The vibrating earcups make up for some of the lost bass and it is a kind-of-cool feature, but I found it more distracting than anything else in games. They're big and goofy looking on my head, but comfortable nonetheless. That said, when plugged in to charge and play, there is a periodic windows disconnect chime. It sometimes did not charge while plugged in overnight (known glitch). The volume controls are just not right and will lower in one ear and not the other at times. When haptic feedback is on you'd better have push-to-talk enabled if you want to chat with gamer friends, or they'll just hear bass. The initial setup took over an hour to get surround working with the software from Razor, and it is touchy about working. I returned these after a week and a half because I did not feel I should have to deal with cheap-like problems for a premium headset. Turns out I was correct. Picked up the Steelseries Arctic Pro's. Perfect on all fronts. Less expensive, much better sound quality and bass, more than enough volume, comfortable, and simple setup. Buy those.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Pretty nifty gaming headset.

    Posted
    mikewashere
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    Picked these up on a whim since my local store had a couple in stock. I've to say I'm quite pleased with the purchase. Build quality: solid construction but these things are HUGE. If you are looking for some low profile over the hear headphones, these are far from it. It's probably the only negative thing I've to say about the headset. But there's some pretty cool tech in these cans so it's fine with me. Just expect some funny looks when wearing these puppies. My favorite part about this headset is that the wireless USB adapter is built into the headset. It's a great for portability. Comfort: While these things are big, they are also very comfortable. I'm coming from a Steelseries Siberia 800 and those things get uncomfortable quick. These headphones are comfortable for long play sessions and also have this cooling gel stuff built into the earpads. I can't say that I really noticed the effects of the cooling gel feature but what I can say is these thing don't make your ears sweat, but I've never had that problem with a headset before. Sound: Like most other premium wireless gaming headphones, these are technically stereo that use Razer's software to create 7.1 audio when gaming/watching movies etc. If anyone has ever used Razer Surround software with their stereo headphones, you'll know what to expect in terms of surround sound capabilities. In a nutshell, it works quite well. I'm not an audiophile but I know when things sound good and when they sound bad. And these things sound good. For $200, I'm happy to report that the sound quality lives up to the price. You can adjust EQ settings in the Razer Synapse app. Software: To get the most out of this headset you'll need to use the Razer Synapse 3 app on your computer. Set up was painless. After installing I simply plugged in the wireless adapter into my USB port, powered on the headset and the Razer Synapse app recognized the headset right away. From there you you can calibrate things from EQ, Bass Boost, RGB, Haptic Engine, etc. Haptic Feedback: This is the feature that drew me to this headset. It's essentially the rumble feature built into console controllers but built into the earcups on the headset. It works with any game/music/movie. You can adjust the strength of the rumble through Synapse. I blasted it straight off the bat and listened to some tunes and it really does add another dimension. The rumble comes through with bass, so things like explosions in games cause your ears to rumble which is incredibly immersive. I would not recommend having haptics on at full blast for long sessions as it gave me a headache. But simply turning the setting down a tad in Synapse solved that problem. Overall this is a great headset and well worth the money.

    I would recommend this to a friend