Headset Comparison

ManO’War 7.1 Vs. Tiamat 7.1

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ManO’War 7.1 Tiamat 7.1

Specification: 

Software: Synapse
Weight (grams): 332 g
Channels: Virtual 7.17.1
Connecton Type: 3.5mm Analog5 x 3.5mm audio jack + 1 USB
Cable Length: 3m, braided fibre sheath
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Lighting: 

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Driver: 

Diameter: 50 mm, with Neodymium magnets2 x 40mm, 4 x 30mm, 4 x 20mm
Impedance: 32 Ohms40mm 16 Ohms 30mm & 20mm 32 Ohms
Frequency Response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
Max. input power: 30 mW
Sensitivity at 1KHz: 118dB40mm 116 dB ± 3dB, 30mm 123dB ± 3dB, 20mm 120dB ± 3dB

Microphone: 

Directivity: UnidirectionalUnidirectional
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Sensitivity at 1KHz: -42 +/- 3 dB-36 dB ± 2dB
Frequency Response: 100 - 10,000 Hz50 - 16,000 Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 55 dB50 dB
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ManO’War 7.1


The ManO’War 7.1 by Razer is a Virtual 7.1 channel gaming headset, which uses a 50 mm, with Neodymium magnets driver. It uses a 3.5mm Analog connection This delivers a frequency response of 20 - 20,000 Hz and a sensitivity of 118dB. It also has a Unidirectional microphone with a frequency response of 100 - 10,000 Hz and a sensitivity of -42 +/- 3 dB. And only weighs in at 332 g.

Tiamat 7.1


The Tiamat 7.1 by Razer is a 7.1 channel gaming headset, which uses a 2 x 40mm, 4 x 30mm, 4 x 20mm driver. It uses a 5 x 3.5mm audio jack + 1 USB connection with a 3m, braided fiber sheath cable. and a sensitivity of 40mm 116 dB ± 3dB, 30mm 123dB ± 3dB, 20mm 120dB ± 3dB. It also has a Unidirectional microphone with a frequency response of 50 - 16,000 Hz and a sensitivity of -36 dB ± 2dB.