• reviews
  • sound
  • G.Skill Ripjaws SR910 Real 7.1 Gaming Headset Review
  • G.Skill Ripjaws SR910 Real 7.1 Gaming Headset Review



    G.Skill has really come out of the gates swinging with their RipJaws line of gaming peripherals.  Today we will be looking at their premier gaming headphones, the G.Skill Ripjaws SR910 Real 7.1 Gaming Headset.

    The G.Skill Ripjaws SR910 Real 7.1 Gaming Headset features 10 discrete neodymium drivers and a dual-mic noise cancellation ENC microphone.  Both are welcome sights in a crowded market full of surround sound headphones.  Traditionally the use of multiple drivers at a competitive price point means compromise.  Let’s find out if the G.Skill Ripjaws SR910 Real 7.1 Gaming Headset should be in your short list!

    There are two headsets in the G.Skill Ripjaws line the SR910 and this little brother the Ripjaws SV710 - Virtual 7.1 Headset.  While the cheaper SV710 headset is a virtual 7.1 headset it does use certified Dolby Pro Logic IIx technology to drive dual 50mm neodymium audio drivers for potentially more range.

    Both headsets are designed in an attractive black with red accents that has proven to be the theme for the entire Ripjaws line.  If the red accents were not enough they both feature the eye-catching red light up G.Skill logo on the ears. 

    Lets take a closer look at the SR910.


    Series: Gaming Headsets 
    Headphone Driver Material: Neodymium Magnet 
    Headphone Driver Diameter: 40mm (Sub)30mm (Front)30mm (Center)27mm (Side)23mm (Rear) 
    Headphone Impedance :32Ω @ 1kHz 
    Headphone Frequency Response: 20-20,000 Hz 
    Microphone Type: Unidirectional Noise Cancelling Condenser 
    Microphone Impedance:  2.2k Ω 
    Microphone Frequency Response: 50-10,000 Hz 
    Microphone Sensitivity: 36±3 dB 
    Connector: USB 2.0 Type A 
    Cable Length: 3m 
    Weight: 420g 
    Weight (incl. cable+remote): 600g
    Warranty: 2-Year Limited Warranty

    Established in 1989 by enthusiasts, G.Skill is a leading memory module Manufacturer based in Taipei, Taiwan. G.Skill may be known for their high performance Ripjaws branded memory and affordable pricing but these days everyone is diversifying.  Applying the well-known Ripjaws brand to a gaming line of mice, headphones and keyboards is a natural extension.