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Creative Fatal1ty Gaming Headset


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  • 40mm Neodymium magnet drivers
  • Detachable noise-canceling condenser microphone
  • Plush velvet padding provides comfort and noise isolation
  • In-line volume control with mute feature
  • Input / Output Plugs 1/8" (3.5mm) gold-plated stereo miniplugs
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Technical Details

  • Model: 51MZ0310AA002

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 3.8 x 11.3 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000RI397G
  • Item model number: 51MZ0310AA002
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004
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Product Description

Fine tune your audio senses with the Fatal1ty Gaming Headset, co-developed with world gaming champion, Jonathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel. Sleek, black and with a streak of fiery red, equip yourself with a world-class gaming arsenal that gives you the edge above all others. From the generous head padding to the enclosed plush earcups, your gaming sessions just got more comfortable. At the heart of this gaming headset are two large 40mm Neodymium drivers for realistic explosions and piercing gunfire. And as what you hear is just as important as what you say, the Fatal1ty Gaming Headset boasts a flexible and detachable noise-cancelling microphone boom that allows it to be used as a regular pair of headphones. With the in-line volume control, you can easily control your sound level or mute the microphone. For the serious gamer, the Fatal1ty Gaming Headset does mean the difference between victory and defeat.

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Customer Reviews

Very good sound quality.
M. Brown
Also the headband presses tightly on the top of your head, and despite a large amount of padding is quite stiff, giving you a headache after about an hour of use.
Antonie Struyk
Overall this headset is worth every penny.
Jordan Hamilton

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jordan Hamilton on March 8, 2008
This is one of those headsets that you hear about then decide, "Hey, I'm gonna buy this cause its a good deal!!" Seeing this headset for 39 dollars really made me buy it. Before I had spent a long time deciding on the brand and what type, then I saw this am impulsively bought it. Afterwards I had second thoughts, but that quickly changed.

Opening the box, the packaging is beautiful as is the headset itself. The color scheme and decoration is wonderful. Of course, I could care less as long as it sounds good. I work a lot with sound... From having a 2000 dollar sound system in my car, to buying a Bose speaker set for my TV. I bought this on a wim, so I didn't think about spending much money. Plugging it in, and pulling the headset on I realized two things. One, the volume control and mic on/off switch was perfectly placed. Its far enough down to be out of the way, but close enough to be in reach all the time. Two, how my ears fit into the muffs. My head and ears are larger then normal so comfort was important. I started off playing various types of music. These headphones really handle well. Unlike other reviews, I have found the volume very adequate. The highs are high, mids are clearly distributed, and the bass low and precise. Playing games was also enjoyable. The headset performed well with explosions and shots going off. I was very impressed by how well it responded overall.

The mic was pretty good as well. Overall, I was impressed. In games, I never had anyone tell me that my mic was fuzzy or distorted. Voice recordings sounded very good as well. I use Skype on occasion, and this is where I found trouble. Some of my voice was distorted when I did test calls. Also, it sounded pretty muddy on the Skype recordings.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Brandon J. Wagoner on May 19, 2009
the quality is pretty good for the price. I bought mine in mid October and the microphone has already stopped working. I cannot seem to be able to find a replacement. Since the microphone is detachable I thought it would be easily replaceable.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Eric J on February 4, 2008
These headphones are of excellent quality. Despite some previous reviews, the volume is excellent. There is a built-in volume and mic on/off switch on the cord, which is quite useful.

These headphones do a good job of centering all sound to you, rather than to everyone else in the room. I can listen to loud games, without bothering anyone else nearby.

Although I am not a very big music critic, these headphones don't distort the sound as some other gaming headsets do. The quality is actually quite nice.

The microphone is longer than some others that I have seen, and it is removable. It does exactly what it says, blocks out other sounds (including the sounds of what you are listening to). The cord is also plenty long.

Overall, I am very happy with my purchase.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Chadwick on August 19, 2008
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This headset is fairly decent; the driver quality is sub-par compared to decent professional headphones, but is acceptable for gaming. The microphone, on the other hand, is astounding -- a *huge* improvement over generic microphones, or cheaper headsets w/ built-in mics.

Two major downsides:

1) The microphone on/off switch induces a loud "click"; if you use these headphones for Ventrillo or TeamSpeak and have auto-detect-voice enabled, your team-mates will hear a click when you turn on/off the mic. Creative could have avoided this by adding literally a one-cent piece of hardware to the on/off circuitry.

2) The biggest downside, in my opinion: the cones which encapsulate your ears, despite being comfortably padded, are a very odd shape -- oval, giving more length than width. If you have ears which even slightly stick out from your head (I'm NOT talking Alfred E. Newman, folks!), these cones will rub up against the sides/edges of your ears. After 5-6 minutes of use, you'll find yourself wanting to take them off.

I can live with the first flaw, but the 2nd is silly; Creative could have made the width of the earpiece 1-2cm wider and made the phones significantly more comfortable for those of us with human-like ears.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ricardo Miller on January 2, 2008
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My first complaint is not so much about the product but rather about the deal i got. I bought this a week and a half ago for $48 and now i see it at $39...Oh well. The second complaint, which is actually my only complaint about the product, is that it was not as loud as i expected. i bought these so that i won't get any further complaints from my neighbours when i do late night gamings at high volume on my logitech 5.1 set. I was expecting not to hear anything besides the game..but i was able to hear someone in the other room calling and disrupting my game time. Nevertheless, this headset is simply awesome and i have no problems to date. I have not unlocked its potential as yet since i am still using on board sound...but all that is about to change...extremegamer Fatal1ty sound card..HERE I COME!!

[one week later...]
I have now managed to use this headset for an extended period, playing Crysis for 9hrs straight and my ears were hurting. I didn't really notice it until i took them off. I am not sure if there are any headsets out there that would not become uncomfortable after 9hrs but this is not it. I had to rub my ears for a little while. i think that was one of the deciding factors to say that 9hrs of game play might be enough for now.
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