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Razer Piranha Gaming Communicator
Author: Barracas
Manufacturer: Razer
Source: Razer
Purchase: PriceGrabber
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Razer Piranha Gaming Communicator
April 29, 2008

The Basics:

Once the headset was removed from the container, it felt and looked solid. The quality seemed to be far above the headsets I have owned in the past. The cables were even braided to add to the durability a serious gamer would desire. The in-line volume and microphone control also felt solid and operated smoothly.

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Upon further inspection it appeared as if there were two ways of connecting this headset. The first is the standard analog audio headset plugs, and the second being the USB connection. But as it turns out the USB is only necessary to illuminate the Razer logos found in the in-line volume control and on the outside molding for the speakers. This is a cool look, but my wife can’t take me seriously with them on.

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The microphone is on a swivel device that moves smoothly 90 degrees from a standby to an in use positions. It is supported by a rubberized arm and is able to bend slightly to suit your needs.

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The overall look and appearance of this headset definitely fits in with other gaming peripherals, while the build quality could sustain the abuse most of us might give it. I did not find that these would easily be damaged, and they could be mistreated far worse than many of the headsets that can be found at your local retail stores. The headband feels quite flexible and the materials used are solid and sturdy. It is padded at the top of the loop and can be extended to accommodate any head size.


The use of fiber braided, covered cables is a godsend in my household as that is where all of my past headsets have seemed to fail. Even the in-line volume control is attached in such a way that an accidental pull/tug shouldn’t cause any issues. So to sum it up, the Razer Piranha s the sturdiest headset that I have used thus far.

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