Razer is no stranger to gaming headsets, their Kraken line of headsets are very popular and some of the most well recognized headsets out there. While those headsets are great, they might be a little too big for some people. We’ve seen more midrange and lightweight headsets become more and more popular. I am honestly a huge fan of midrange headsets, they still offer great sound that you find in larger headsets, but they a much lighter and seem to be more comfortable for longer gaming sessions. Today I will be taking a look at the Razer BlackShark V2. The headset weighs in at only 262g, features 50 mm Titanium drivers, THX Spatial Audio, and much more! At only $99.99 is this the perfect gaming headset? Read on as we find out!
Special thanks to Razer for providing us with the BlackShark V2 Gaming Headset to review.
Features & Specifications
– Razer™ TriForce Titanium 50mm Drivers
– Removable Razer™ HyperClear Cardioid Mic with USB Sound Card
– Advanced mic control features
– Ultra-soft FlowKnit memory foam ear cushions
– Razer™ SpeedFlex Cable
– THX Spatial Audio
– Connectivity – 3.5mm jack + USB sound card
– Weighs 262g
– 2-year warranty
The BlackShark V2 comes in Razer’s typical retail packaging. On the front there is a picture of the headset and some of the main features are listed. Moving to the side there is actually a full list of the features.
Flipping over to the back there is another picture of the headset and some of the features are detailed like the 50 mm drivers, THX Spatial audio, the USB sound card, and the microphone. On the final size there is just a Razer logo.
Getting everything out of the box we have the BlackShark V2 headset, the USB sound card, detachable microphone, a travel bag, and a user’s guide.