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Razer Tiamat 2.2 V2 - Analog Gaming Headset

It’s time to rumble in the jungle and get the deepest bass with the all-new Razer Tiamat 2.2 V2. This powerhouse gaming headset is outfitted with an additional bass driver in each ear cup to give you the maximum sound impact with your favorite games. What’s more, powered by Razer Surround virtual 7.1 surround sound engine, hear everything around you with absolute clarity for total tactical advantage.
Specs;

Multiplatform compatibility
4 x 50 mm drivers

Foldable unidirectional microphone

In-line volume control

3.5 mm combined audio jack

Drivers: 4 x 50 mm Titanium coated diaphragm with Neodymium magnets

Frequency response: 20 – 20 kHz

Impedance: front 32 Ω, back 16 Ω

Maximum input power: 50 mW

Cable length: 1.3 m / 4.27 ft plus 2 m / 6.6 ft audio / mic splitter adapter cable

Frequency response: 100 – 10 kHz

Sensitivity @ 1 kHz: -38 dB ± 3 dB

Signal-to-noise ratio: >58 dB

Microphone type: ECM

Pick-up Pattern: Unidirectional

In-line volume control

Analog volume wheel

Microphone mute switch

Devices with 3.5 mm audio jack

Audio + microphone usage: Devices with 3.5 mm audio + mic combined jack

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    God i hate that description, why can't they just state what it does and has instead of adding the un-necessary garbage like 'for maximum tactical advantage'. Does that actually attract/persuade customers?

    Edit: Also anyone with experience with these headphones? From what I've heard razer as a brand has gotten cheaper(in quality not price).

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      yep its like an associated post

      I've heard the same about Razer and they are just becoming a generic headphone with a label slapped across it

    • +1 vote

      I haven’t used Razer but have virtual 7.1 and it’s either muddy bass or tinny echo. Games it’s ok at times but movies or music they suck. The mic is probably low quality too. I’d suggest, if within budget, to get some decent headphones and one of those attachable mics like ModMic.

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      I've got their V1 from a few years ago(in 2012 I think). The only thing that's broken is the boom mic attachment…blasted thing will no longer stay up when you pull it out. So I've put sticky tape to hold it into position whenever I need to pull out the boom mic to voice chat…. Dunno if V2 fixes this. Probably, looks like they've decided to rig it like an arm that comes down like one of those ticket gates at the airport, rather than retractable. The cushions are worn beyond use so will need to find replacement pads……the ones on ebay I've tried turn out too small….and won't go over my ear…. Otherwise it still works fine.

      The Tiamat series has been discontinued. Not sure what has been released to replace this line of models though…..

  • +1 vote

    I bought a pair and picked it up today. I must say that i am very happy with them. comfortable, a bit on the heavy side but i am getting used to it. The audio quality is very good and the mic is crystal clear from what my mate could hear over xbox live chat. Considering that they go for $219 at EB and JB, its not a bad price.

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      Would you say they do ok at blocking out surrounding sounds?

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        Yeah not bad. The earcups isolate a fair bit of ambient noise but do not have active noise cancellation so don't expect miracles. The mic is good too for cutting out ambient sounds, at least from my tests of it so far. But then again i am upgrading from a Corsair HS1 i got in 2011… The build quality also seems robust. For $85 it was worth me taking the plunge.

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