G.SKILL RIPJAWS SR910 Real 7.1 Gaming Headset Review


Looking Around the RIPJAWS SR910 Real 7.1

G.SKILL SR910 Real 7.1 HeadsetThe RIPJAWS SR910 headset uses a large circumaural design for the purpose of audio isolation. The plastic floating headband is a one-size-fits-all solution that eliminates the hassle of adjusting headband length. The upper band is made of metal for bending out to the sides.

G.SKILL SR910 Real 7.1 HeadsetThe earcups connect to the headband each with a hinge that can nearly rotate in any direction if it were not for the red cable coming out above the earcup.

G.SKILL SR910 Real 7.1 HeadsetEach earcup is quite stylish with a red ring surrounding the clear plastic window revealing the insides. Behind the window we can see the bright and steadily illuminated G.SKILL logo over the five drivers. There are no custom lighting effects that can be assigned.

G.SKILL SR910 Real 7.1 HeadsetG.SKILL has gone with a retractable microphone that can be rolled away and cleanly hidden from sight.

G.SKILL SR910 Real 7.1 HeadsetThe padding is covered with a leatherette and filled with memory foam that makes it plush to touch. The padding is important for conforming and then distributing the pressure evenly against the head.

G.SKILL SR910 Real 7.1 HeadsetThe in-line volume control is positioned roughly halfway along the 10 foot cable length. With this, the user can mute the microphone, control the main volume, or toggle to control the volume of each surround sound channel. Red lights on the panel light on or off to indicate what settings are being changed.

G.SKILL SR910 Real 7.1 HeadsetThe remote module measures 4.25 x 3.25 x 0.75 inches and sits in place on the desk with the help of two feet.