Patriot Memory Viper V380 Gaming Headset Review

Audio/Others by stefan @ 2021-04-19

Even without installing the supplied software, we did really like how the Viper V380 does sound like, thanks to the very large 53mm neodymium drivers. The product is initially configured in order to offer more bass, ideal for gaming purposes but can be fine-tuned for other purposes as well by using the downloadable utility. The software interface requires a system restart for the headset to be recognized correctly but afterwards all will become functional.

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Packaging, A Closer Look Part I

The Viper V380 headset was shipped inside a medium-sized cardboard enclosure which shows how the product does look during operation, but also some main highlights. The V380 is marked as taking part from the Expert section of Viper peripherals, so high-end!




On one of the box sides, we will note a short product description:




A photo of the exterior area of the earcups can be observed on the opposite side:




On the back, we will note of the main product features in multiple languages, but also the product internal code name/serial number:




After unsealing the box and removing the top cover, we will get to see the headset kept secure inside quite a bit of sponge material:




Additionally, inside the box we will receive a nice set of Viper stickers but also a Quick Start Guide:




The guide informs the user on how to perform the hardware installation but also where to navigate in order to get the software solution:




The chassis of the V380 is very sturdy, with a metallic frame and very large earcups:




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