Razer Banshee StarCraft II prices in Malaysia

Compare Razer Banshee StarCraft II Prices

Razer Banshee StarCraft II Price by Country

Razer Banshee StarCraft II Specs

Razer Banshee StarCraft II Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelBanshee StarCraft II
DateMay 2011
Ports & interfaces
USB connectivity
Cable length2.13 m
Ear couplingCircumaural
Headphone frequency20 - 20000 Hz
Impedance32 Ω
Headphone sensitivity102 dB
Magnet typeNeodymium
Driver unit5 cm
Headset typeBinaural
Wearing styleHead-band
Colour of productBlack

Razer Banshee StarCraft II Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2017-02-03
To a lot of people, simply the words Razer Gaming Headset would be enough to judge the quality of the product. And given Razer's reputation for making top quality products, this certainly wouldn't be a stretch. But before you simply scroll down and read t...
Read More >
Reviewed on 2013-05-02
I try not to be biased towards a company when it comes to reviewing their products but it seems like Razer is one of those companies which takes great pride and love in their products that it can't help but be contagious. I was at one of their new distrib...
Read More >
Reviewed on 2011-07-08
Razer is well known for creating some of the best accessories and peripherals for PC gamers, so when Blizzard and Razer teamed up to create a three-pack of items specifically for Starcraft II fans, you knew that Razer would not disappoint. In the first...
Read More >
Reviewed on 2011-05-23
The Banshee aims to showcase your skills in StarCraft II, but it misses the bull’s-eye completely. The speakers and ear cups are protected in heavy, thick plastic, but the headband is unnecessarily wide, and the sides don’t collapse inward or fold up,...
Read More >
Reviewed on 2011-04-28
Well – it can never be said of the Razer Starcraft headphones that you don’t get what you pay for. That is, if we assume that you’re paying for headphones by the pound, these heavy unwieldy ‘phones are probably a great bargain.However, if you’re payin...
Read More >
Reviewed on 2011-02-18
Excellent sound, Big ear cups, Full equalizer, Detachable mic, Very comfortable,Nothing.
The Razer StarCraft II Marauder keyboard and Spectre mouse may go hand in hand, but the Banshee headset totally completes this one of a kind set. The first thing you’ll notice is that unlike the Marauder keyboard and Spectre mouse, the Banshee headset ...
Read More >
Reviewed on 2011-01-31
Sensitive microphoneHeavy, Controller hanging by the cable
What's the verdict, then? It is a bit unfair to compare these headsets with each other, as one is stereo, one is surround and the price difference is pretty significant with the Razers costing almost twice the money. However, in my opinion both the comfort and use as well as the sound quality make the price easily worthwhile. The P531's, for the money in..
Read More >
Reviewed on 2011-01-20
Respectable sound quality, colorchange lighting looks good in the darkLooks terrible with the lights on, ear cups fit badly for poor sound isolation
Remember that ugly plastic we keep mentioning? With the Banshee, it seems Razer ended up with some sort of surplus of the stuff, and just decided to see how much it could possibly slap onto a single headset. The individual ear cups are simply enormous—...
Read More >
Reviewed on 2010-12-22
Customizable light scheme, APM lighting, great sound and comfort,Loses sound on some other games and programs, slightly pricier than high end headsets.
Just reading the specs on the Razer Banshee StarCraft II gaming headset and the box's promises of performance were enough to earn it the nickname 'The Headset Of Awesomeness.' I needed to get some work done on my computer before I gave it a run and I ...
Read More >
Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Razer are a company who have a very strong company vision and brand identity. In our conversations with them in the past it has been clear that they know what makes a good product...
Read More >

User Comments

Product Categories