Above is a front-on image of the Razer Kraken X USB, here's where we can see that the headset comes with 7.1 surround sound support, has a bendable cardioid microphone and is ultra-light with memory foam cushions.
Next, we have the back of the box. Here is where you get a more in-depth analysis of each of the headset's features. Instead of me mentioning each of these features here, I will go into more detail later.
The above photo is a shot of the side of the box, which gives a quick synopsis of each of the features.
Next, is Razer Kraken X taken out of the box, and all of the contents included inside the box placed next to it. We have the user manual, and the 7.1 surround sound unlock code.
Here we have the Kraken X taken out of the box. From the image, we can see the USB cable, the headsets leather earcups, headband, and microphone.
Moving on is a side-on shot of the Kraken X. From this image, we can see the volume wheel in the bottom left-hand corner and the beehive design that is located on the outside of the earcup.
Here we have a much better shot of the volume wheel, as well as the mute microphone button that has a red color indicator. When pressed in, the red part of the button no longer becomes visible, indicating that the microphone is muted.
Next, we have an image of the headband. From this image, you can see that it's adjustable and comes with number indicators so users can match each side of the headset with the other. It should also be noted that there's a 3.5cm difference between number one and number eight.
Moving on, here's an image of the leather over-the-ear earcups. These have comfy memory foam cushions.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 12:34 pm CDT