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Razer Nari Essential Wireless 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset EXPIRED

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Computers.Woot.com has Razer Nari Essential Wireless 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset (RZ04-02690100-R3U1) on sale for $54.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or is otherwise a flat $6 per order.

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Features:
  • Lightweight & Auto Adjusting Headband
  • THX Spatial Audio for Full Immersion: Simulates sound in a 360 degree sphere
  • Volume adjustment wheel and mic mute button directly on the headset for convenience
  • 16 Hour Battery Life
  • Noise Cancelling Microphone - extends when needed and collapses when it's not, all while blocking out background noise
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Nari Essential
Immerse yourself in superior sound technology and ergonomic comfort. Cooling gel cushions and an auto-adjusting headband allows marathon gaming sessions. Heighten your senses in games with lifelike sound through THX Spatial Audio.
Key Features:
Lightweight & Auto Adjusting Headband for Extended Gaming Sessions: The Nari Essential adapts to the shape of the user's head for convenient comfort
THX Spatial Audio for Full Immersion: Simulates sound in a 360 degree sphere to provide positional information from gunfire and enemy footsteps
On Headset Audio Controls: Volume adjustment wheel and mic mute button directly on the headset for convenience
16 Hour Battery Life for Continuous Use: Allows for extended wireless media consumption (charges via micro USB 2.0 cable)
Noise Cancelling Microphone for Clear In Game Chat: The outward flipping microphone extends when needed and collapses when it's not, all while blocking out background noise
2.4GHz Wireless Connection for Lag Free Performance: Supports a range of up to 40 feet / 12 meter

Shipping Note: Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, P.O. Boxes, and APO addresses is not available for this item

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greenogre asked this question on 09-20-2021 at 11:46 AM
09-20-2021 at 11:46 AM
Yes. I use these with ps5
09-20-2021 at 11:46 AM
Can't speak for a 5, but no bueno on a PS4. Only way Bluetooth headsets work on PS4 is with their proprietary headset and dongle.

Also, to anybody who might read this. If you want wireless headphones that will not give you trouble for PC gaming, don't buy a junky brand like razer. Buy something from a real audio company. If you want a wired headset, definitely buy something from Sennheiser, Phillips, or any of the other reputable audio companies. I promise you'll spend less money in the long run due to quality control alone and enjoy better sound per dollar spent.

Lots of great wired headsets will work with the vmoda boom mic attachment if you already have good music headphones with a detachable audio cable.

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Quote from max1001 :
Problem with 933 is the super short battery life. I settled for 733 at the end.
how low do the 733's go when on sale?

I only see a brickseek clearance for $39 / YMMV target.

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Will this work ok with playstation 4 or 5?
Can't speak for a 5, but no bueno on a PS4. Only way Bluetooth headsets work on PS4 is with their proprietary headset and dongle.

Also, to anybody who might read this. If you want wireless headphones that will not give you trouble for PC gaming, don't buy a junky brand like razer. Buy something from a real audio company. If you want a wired headset, definitely buy something from Sennheiser, Phillips, or any of the other reputable audio companies. I promise you'll spend less money in the long run due to quality control alone and enjoy better sound per dollar spent.

Lots of great wired headsets will work with the vmoda boom mic attachment if you already have good music headphones with a detachable audio cable.
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Quote from PhatAzz :
how low do the 733's go when on sale?

I only see a brickseek clearance for $39 / YMMV target.

Normal 129.99
Amazon warehouse deal with 20% off probably your best bet to get it for around $70.
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I own these. Buy something else. They work ok if you don't mind frequent signal disconnect beeps even tho they are working fine. My wife has razer kraken headphones and they are way more comfortable. These are also very hot on your ears. You know when you buy something and it works but has small problems that irritate you more the longer you own them. That's these headphones
I have the Ultimate and i actually have the same issue, my belief is that USB charging is not actually powerful enough to run the headset, if you turn it off for like a minute and then plug them back in it goes away for a while.

Not a great experience for a $200 headset though. Would definitely go back to Logitech when i need to replace them.
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I have the Ultimate and i actually have the same issue, my belief is that USB charging is not actually powerful enough to run the headset, if you turn it off for like a minute and then plug them back in it goes away for a while.

Not a great experience for a $200 headset though. Would definitely go back to Logitech when i need to replace them.
This is the nari essential, so I'm wondering that the extra bells and whitles from the RGB might be afactor on this?
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Does it make your ears too warm? That's my biggest worry coming from a wired open back Sennheiser 558hd set.
idk i wear mine all night with no issues even in this arizona heat
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I bought this headset a while ago and while there are issues with the mic that have been reported. Mine works just fine.

Might be usual Razer quality control stuff.

Anyhow, at
I've had the 933 for 5 years and replaced it with this. This sucks wayyy more and starts beeping when I'm a room away. Never had that issue with the G933 even with 3 floors of separation.

This also feels way more flimsy and cheap.
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