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Razer BlackShark V2 Pro Wireless Gaming Headset $179.99 Delivered @ Costco Online (Membership Required)

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Cheapest price I’ve seen this at. $75 off an already discounted price. I got this as an alternative to the steelseries 7p for ps5 because i got big ears

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    They look pretty bulky/heavy. How do they hold up over longer sessions?

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      Havent received it yet but in the reviews they mentioned its the most comfortable out of all the headsets for ps5 and its got the cooling gel stuff in the cushions.

    • +2 votes

      I've used these for the past 2 months and they've been pretty good! There software for configuration is first class.

      Only downside I'd say is the awkward muting of the mic, I'd much prefer the way you push mics up to mute.

    • +1 vote

      They are incredibly comfortable. I haven't touched my PC37X since I got these.

  • +2 votes

    Great price for a very decent wireless headset.

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    Are these available in store?

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      Saw these at Costco Lidcombe (NSW) today.

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    I don't have a PS5 yet, I'm waiting 😂😂😂

    Tempted to buy, as I assume my current may not work.

    Will Amazon price match?

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      I tried asking chat but they said they wouldnt and asked me to use the report price thingy

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      Office works may price match

      • +2 votes

        Officeworks was actually priced at $129 but said unavailable for purchase. If u get lucky and find it instore you prob can get at that price
        https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/razer-blac...

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          I'm quite sure it's supposed to be $229 lol, but happy for anyone who gets it for $129

          • +2 votes

            @Ausdave: Lucky enough to just snag a pair from my Officeworks where my parents live, pretty happy with $129!

        • +1 vote

          Just bought one from Officeworks Joondalup WA, Click and Collect

          $129 :)

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          Yeah, it says can't be purchased online.

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          Just picked up a pair from Officeworks in ACT for the $129. Thanks OP wouldn’t have known without your post.

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          @Qmar

          Thanks for the post, managed to get one yesterday for $129

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            @Ausdave: Glad you got it at that price! They have fixed it now, so likely was a price error :)

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    Great price.

    I don't personally own it, but I did tons of research wireless headphones around the $200-$400 price range.

    Other alternatives are: steelseries arctis 7, hyperx cloud ii, Logitech pro x.

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      What did you end up concluding? Thinking about getting the Logitech Pro X.

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        I've used all three mentioned above, and these Razer ones. Logitech Pro X wireless would my pick of the bunch. Only downside is the build quality, the plastic around the hinges snapped within a few months (still hanging together though and working) - Logitech support actually refunded me the full amount and let me keep them so was a win win in the end.

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        I ended up with Logitech Pro X:
        - It has great comfort (not as much clamping force but enough to not fall off).
        - Valuer and leather ear cup options. I use Valuer cause leather tends to make my ears sweat/heat up
        - USB-C
        - Great battery life
        - Wireless range is very good
        - I don't use the mic, but some say very good and some say kind of bad
        - Sound is balanced, enough bass (not too heavy/distorted) and treble
        - Build quality is great
        - Con is it's the heaviest out of all the options, but didn't bother me at all (this is coming off using Sony XM3's for 1.5 years).

        Got it for around $270 after I staked ebay gift cards:
        https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Logitech-PRO-X-Wireless-Lightspe...

        Not saying to get the Logitech, but I'm 100% happy with it.

        I couldn't ever find a good deal on the hyperx ones, which has better battery life and great sound.

        Razors for this price is a very good deal, which is on par with the hyperx ones. Apparently the Razors are very comfortable.

        Steelseries go on good sales on amazon once in a while (USA vs AU amazon one tends to be cheaper):
        https://au.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B07FZVXS8H

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          Thanks! Awesome review, I may well try and get some eBay GC together so I can grab them. I also love how they look, way nicer than most gaming headsets.

          You can only use this with the dongle though hey? Can’t Bluetooth or use AUX cord? Do you ever wish you could?

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            @JoKing: Yes dongle only, no BT and AUX.

            I do wish it had the above two options for sure, definitely inconvenient not having BT especially cause I'd be able to connect it with my phone/work laptop.

            If you lived closer to me (Northcote) I'd let you try em out.

      • +1 vote

        I've got all 4 (Arctis 7, Cloud 2, Pro X and Razer).

        I'm currently using the Razer, but my reasoning is I have a huge head and the Arctis and Pro X are way too snug for long sessions, and I preferred the feeling of the Razer. My only gripe with the Razer is sometimes I feel the sound quality isn't the best, but sometimes I wonder if I'm being picky.

        In saying that the Hyper X are also not bad for comfort.

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          Yeh same. I tried on steelseries 7 and pro x. Razer was the comfiest and now the cheapest

      • +1 vote

        Also have the Logitech G Pro X Wireless

        My only complaint is its weight. That's not to say its not comfortable, just relatively heavy and may be off putting at first.

        Otherwise everything else about it is very good besides the microphone. Although i use a standalone microphone now, the microphone is typical of wireless headsets but is still passable.

        And yes the headset can only be used with its included wireless dongle only, as it uses their propriety lightspeed tech to minimise latency. Therefore it is a PC only headset.

        Ausdave sums it up nicely.

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    Great headphones. I have the corded version. Use it for my PC they're bulky but light and somewhat decent at noise cancelling. Best budget ones.

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    I have been using these since the start of the year.

    I find that they can get uncomfortable after a while, and they feel flimsy too.

    I have had issues with signal dropout, but I think this is due to my ps5 being located behind my tv.

    Looking to pickup another headset.

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    Hmmmm, is it worth spending on a Costco membership just for this 😅

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      You can refund the membership

  • +2 votes

    These things are really good. I could not go back to a wired headset after using these. I was using a PC37X with a Soundblaster standalone sound card or Atom amp and woul still rather use these for the convenience, and they sound great.

  • +3 votes

    I've been using these for 4 months and i love them. It does look abit bulky but they feel quite light weight. I wear glasses and they're super comfortable and breatheable even after long use (4-5hrs). I really like the battery life as I sometimes only need to charge them once a week.

    Only thing I didn't like at first is that there's no settings to adjust the amount of noise cancelling for the mic so I would need to make sure the mic face was directed to my mouth. Though it's become muscle memory now and I dont get the issue of friends telling me they can barely hear me. Noise cancelling seems to work pretty well as my setup is right next to a TV and my friends say it's barely noticeable.

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    Razer plastic and PU Leather fails the longevity test. In my office we had 2 Razer headsets, 1 Logitech and 1 Steelseries. The Razers were the most expensive yet all fell apart after 1-1.5 years. The Logitechs were the cheapest yet lasted 2 years, while the Steelseries are still going without fault after 3. Now everyone in the office has Steelseries headsets.

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      That sucks to hear. Not sure the Razer BlackShark V2 Pro Wireless have PU leather in them though. I bought them cause they didnt appear to.

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        They fell apart in about six different places. Cable ends, PU leather, plastic hinges, earcups… They're just not designed to last.

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    These work on pc I assume?

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    Should I buy these or the new Xbox headset? Primary use will be PC and Xbox.

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      Rtings.com has blackshark ahead on a few metrics

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        Thanks. It states.

        USB sound card not compatible with Xbox One or Xbox Series X.

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    Anyone used these?

    Stupid question, but these can be used with a laptop/PC as well as the Xbox?

    https://www.costco.com.au/TVs-Electronics-Technology/Compute...