In this review, we test the Razer Kraken V3 Hypersense. They are headphones equipped with haptic sensors for unprecedented diving
The world of gaming headsets has always delighted us with news and with technologies more and more avant-garde. Surely this is one of those cases, in fact I’m about to tell you about my experience with Razer Kraken V3 Hypersense. This is a pair of gaming headphones that are certainly comfortable, beautiful and with haptic sensors that amazed me having never tried them before. Below is a detailed description that aims to make you immerse in audio quality and in feedback which returns this headset.
Packaging and unboxing | Razer Kraken V3 Hypersense review
The packaging of the Razer headphones, but in general of each product of this company always returns as much feedback as ever pleasant. The quality of the packaging is almost always synonymous with product quality, attention and attention to detail. Inside the package we find the headphones, the microphone removable it’s a guide very detailed about the product.
the Razer Kraken V3 Hypersense they have a frequency response from 20 Hz a 20 kHz with an impedance of 32 Ohms. The drivers are customizzati dynamic from 50 mm. The connection cable is a classic USB type A and the cable length is 2 meters (unfortunately the cable is not extractable and the headset is usable exclusively wired). As for the microphone, however, the frequency response ranges from 100 Hz to 10 kHz with a SNR from 60 dB.
Usage and first impressions | Razer Kraken V3 Hypersense review
Impossible not to mention first of all the style and build quality. Few frills, a cap totally black which returns very positive sensations to the touch. Extremely comfortable earpads as well as the upper arch of the headphones, in memory-foam, which ensure a great convenience even after several hours of play. THE keys on the pavilions they are also very comfortable and easily accessible. We find the wheel for the volume, the key to activate and deactivate the microphone and the key that allows you to adjust (or deactivate) the level of feedback aptico that we want. The outer circle with the company logo colored with is also beautiful LED RGB that can change play of light to our liking.
I particularly liked the removable microphone, a little less the inability to extract the cable USB-A. The quality of the microphone And decidedly good, more than enough for clear communication and not spoiled by environmental noises annoying.
How does she feel? | Razer Kraken V3 Hypersense review
Let’s leave aside for a moment the discussion regarding haptic feedback, which we will, however, discuss extensively in a sub-paragraph below. Instead, let’s talk about audio quality. When I test headphones, whether they are for gaming or urban, I usually also test them by listening to music during the day. These Razer Kraken V3 Hypersense they play really Well. Precise bass, never overly present e preponderant, frequencies average e other that make themselves heard and have their say.
In the gaming field, I tested these headphones on for over ten days PS4 with games like Warzone. I must say that the quality audio is definitely good, although the surround functions are only available on Windows 10 64-bit (among other things, a dedicated software). L’audio It’s really “need”, and also moving between the various audio presets offered by Warzone there is really a lot of variety.
Haptic sensors: what are they and what effect do they give?
First of all, let’s start by explaining what these haptic sensors are materially. It is trivially about two sensors (one for each pavilion) which return one vibration of different entity in relation to the audio input that the headset has. Let’s take a simple example: imagine you are in the game on Warzone and a semtex bursts on your left, you will feel a very strong vibration (clearly based on the level of intensity that you set from the key on the pavilion).
From the pavilion it is possible to set three levels of haptic feedback. I’ve always played with level 1, then the lowest. I feel it is that a little more balanced, not exaggerated and accurate. The feeling really is pleasant and theimmersiveness he really earns a lot. The second and third levels are decidedly more pushed: with the third, at each explosion or at each important low frequency, the vibration is quite strong. The only “cons” found is that if you are partying with other people, their voices will (obviously) also be subject to haptic feedback. Consequently, with high haptic levels you may experience some discomfort. In single game sessions, however, even with the intermediate level you can fully enjoy this technology.
Conclusions and prices | Razer Kraken V3 Hypersense review
We have come to conclusions, it is time to draw conclusions. The Razer Kraken V3 Hypersense they convinced me from many points of view. The design, the sound rendering and theinnovation which in my opinion should always be appreciated and tested. An innovation that in my opinion has ample room for growth and development, but one base however a lot solid e promising. I found some solid, mature headphones that are worth every penny, especially in the period of Black Friday during which you could also snatch them at a really advantageous price. The only flaws found are the impossibility of extracting the USB-A cable and, obviously, the possibility of using them exclusively in a wired way.
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Points in favor
- Audio quality
- Convincing haptic technology
- Comfort and choice of materials
- Wired communication only
- Inability to pull out the USB-A cable