The Razer Kraken V3 headset is on sale for the lowest price it’s ever been.
Nobody asked for rumbling technology in their ears, but Razer’s Kraken V3 HyperSense gaming headset gave it to them. The vibrations from these cans will match the bass of whatever audio you’re listening to. For a one-time fee, you may have gunfire in CS:GO or bass drops in music resonate in your ears.
The Razer Kraken V3 was originally priced at $129.99, but Amazon now sells them for $99.99. It’s the cheapest headset has been since its release, making the somewhat gimmicky nature of it a lot easier to swallow if you don’t care for them.
“While [the HyperSense technology] is a fascinating addition and helps make things more lifelike,” Reece Birthrey noted in our evaluation of the headset, “the novelty can wear off a little soon.” Birthrey put the functionality to the test in both games and music and discovered it to be a touch hit-or-miss. Overall, they found the headset to be comfortable and the audio to be unexpectedly sharp and clear.
“The Kraken V3 HyperSense is a fantastic headset and a fascinating addition to Razer’s long-running Kraken range,” stated Birthrey.
The Kraken V3 HyperSense includes a Razer HyperClear cardioid microphone attachment, which Birthrey praised for its excellent noise isolation and memory foam ear cushions, which they said kept them comfortable for long periods of gameplay.
The Kraken V3 HyperSense features RGB LEDs on both ear cups that you can customise with Razer’s Synapse programme. There are additional EQ settings stashed away in case you wish to experiment with the sound character.
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