Large, comfortable cans; clear sound; good wireless signal.
Excellent sound quality, Microphone works well, Impressive wireless range, Lightweight and comfortable to wear, Customizable, glowing ear cups
Great sound, comfortable to wear, wireless works great.
Gaudy aesthetics; pricier than comparable nonWoW headsets.
Expensive, Plastic construction feels cheap, No battery life indicator
Could be snapped or broken if not careful. Volume a bit hard to control.
By GamePlanet on February 09, 2011
When you absolutely, positively have to hear everything happening in your raid party despite the requirement to visit the fridge, or answer the call of nature, Creative have the...85
By RegHardware on July 20, 2010
A price tag of almost £150 might seem like a lot for a set of gaming headphones, but it’s not unreasonable when compared to similar wireless headsets such as the aforementioned Sennheiser RS 160. In addition, the WoW headphones also provide...75
By Hardware Secrets on June 21, 2010
Below you can see a summary of our impressions about the World of Warcraft Wireless Headset.Strong PointsGreat equalization and sound tweakingStrong bass and clear voice channelAbsolute comfortEar-cups rotate for transportationNice presentation with a...-
By MadShrimps on June 08, 2010
At first, the headset could give you an impression that it would break if you sit it properly on your head; considering that it is made of good quality materials, I never heard plastic cracking sounds during use. Creative decided to make this headset...-
By Maximum PC on May 19, 2010
Sound like an orc with the best World of Warcraft headset money can buy Normally, designing a headset for one specific game would limit you to a relatively small segment of the gaming community. But we’re talking World of Warcraft here—a...80
By HardwareHeaven on May 10, 2010
At £150 this is a high end headset aimed at a very specific market segment. It is simple to set up, simply install the drivers then push the connect buttons. Additionally the headset and software are easy to use with no complex menus or controls to...90
By TweakNews on May 07, 2010
This headset is a worthy addition to any WoW fan's gaming arsenal. There's a lot going for it including excellent sound quality, a comfortable fit, and reliable wireless connectivity. It's quite a stylish piece of equipment, too. The glowing...-
By TechRadar on April 18, 2010
This isn't simply a headset, it's a World of Warcraft headset. When you wear it, your ears glow with pride as colour-shifting, pulsating LEDs illuminate your choice of logo. Donning it is like putting on that new helm straight from the Lich...80
By HardOCP on April 16, 2010
Creative Labs chose not to include a simple driver CD with installation software, a complete manual with Alchemy settings for legacy games, and the WoW demo, itself. I do know the build of the WOW demo changes often, so perhaps this omission can be...-
By HardwareZone.com on April 05, 2010
For the Alliance! Nay, for the Horde!Creative’s new World of Warcraft wireless headset is one of the most attractive gaming headsets we've seen…as far as looks go. Each side of the ear cups comes adorned with a glowing orb decorated in...-