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Creative Sound Blaster Tactic 3D Sigma Review

“The Creative Sound blaster Tactic 3D Sigma’s have a lot of good things going for them.”
  • Comfortable to wear
  • 3D directional audio works well
  • Very customizable
  • Construction is a little flimsy
  • Muddy, flat bass
  • Software is not included, has to be downloaded

If you are a hardcore gamer, then wearing a headset is nothing new – you’ve probably had one for years. For those just now getting into the gaming scene, hold onto your pants because there are literally 80 or 90 headsets to choose from, coming from several different manufacturers. Creative alone has ten different gaming headsets, all at various price points and each one touting a whole slew of features. The Creative Sound Blaster Tactic 3D Sigma (a ridiculously long title) feature what Creative calls “high-resolution Dual-Mode 3D surround” and are available now at the street price of $54.99 – 69.99. Now, since there are ten different Creative gaming headsets alone to choose from, we will attempt to tell you how the Sigma stands out from the rest of the line-up.

Features and Design

Out of the ten different headsets to choose from under the Creative brand, there are two which are very similar in features, the Creative Sound blaster Tactic 3D Sigma and the more affordable Alphas. Both headsets feature Dual-Mode analog and USB connections, THX TruStudio Pro technology, touchscreen controls, customizable audio settings, and various gaming FX voices. $30 more for the Sigma, and you get 50mm “high-resolution” neodymium drivers and a steel core headband which Creative claims will give the headset more durability and a longer lifespan. The Alphas do come with a 40mm Neodymium driver which is still very good, and would most likely would also be considered “high-resolution” by the same set of rules. Having a larger driver doesn’t simply make it more “high-resolution” or not. If you are thinking that this is nothing but marketing fluff, then you are probably on the right track.

There are two connection types to choose from with the Sigma. The Dual-Mode analog or USB plug is nice because you can either use a USB port on the system, or the old-fashioned pink microphone and green analog mini-jacks, thus assuring compatibility with older systems.

THX TruStudio Pro technology supposedly allows you to hear directional audio while wearing the Sigma’s; footsteps can be heard behind you, gunfire in front of you, and your comrades to the side for example.

If you have a Windows 7 based system, then you can use the TacticalControl driver which allows you to create custom equalizer settings and VoiceFX controls. You can also use the very same settings that world-famous gamers like Fatal1ty and complexity use while gaming – a cool feature for those that like to emulate their favorite star. There is a code field in the software that will allow you to enter secret codes you can find on the web to unlock even more features like extra FX or color themes.

The Sigmas have an average build quality that borders on the flimsy side. At the $90-100 MSRP price-point, the Tritton AX 51PRO’s and the Turtle Beach Ear Force HPA2’s offer a better build and have a more serious feel to them. Creative uses a nice faux-leather for their ear pieces which feels nice and helps to block out most of the outside noise. And fortunately for Creative, the shape of the ear pieces work to their advantage. Both the Trittons and the Turtle Beach headphones have larger ear cups with the Trittons being squarer than round, but the Sigmas just feel better, especially after prolonged use.

The Sigma features an in-line remote control which you can use to adjust the volume level or mute it all together. The remote is lightweight and simple to use, and attaches to a nice flat cord which we had no tangling issues with whatsoever. The cord is nice and long at over 6 1/2 feet, and should work out for most users.

Testing and Use

There are two things to keep in mind should you decide to pick up these headphones. The first is that you will need an internet connection to download the software from Creative – they do not include software or drivers in the packaging. The second is that you really should have a decent computer. Creative recommends an Intel Pentium 4 1.6GHz computer, USB 2.0 port and Windows 7, XP, or Vista in order to use them. On the Mac side, you will need Mac OS X 10.5 or higher and an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU. Remember, this headset is primarily for gaming–not video conferencing–so if you need a headset for doing business and have an older system, you may be better served by an analog headset.

Installing the driver from the Creative website is pretty painless, but make sure you read the instructions so you get the proper URL for downloading what you need. Be warned though, the typical Creative install package includes an annoying registration reminder and an auto-updater which will run in the background of your system sucking up unnecessary resources.

The Tactic 3D Sigma control panel works as advertised, and allows you to modify your sound settings. This includes setting microphone and headset volumes, activating and adjusting five different sound settings that include Crystalizer, Surround, Bass, Dialog Plus, and Smart Volume. It’s pretty cool that Creative will actually play a movie/audio sample for you while you adjust these settings. It allows you to test things on the fly versus having to modify the settings, go into the game or application to test them and then exit the game to re-adjust.

There is a separate EQ for music lovers that will allow you to adjust bass, mids, trebles manually, or use pre-defined settings for your favorite genre of music.

Lastly, there is a fun feature which will allow you to change your voice to sound like 18 different types of creatures or people. Want to sound like an Orc or a Munchkin? No problem. You can even make yourself sound like the opposite sex, so you can match that hot blue Night Elf you have been secretly playing in World of Warcraft.

Sound quality with the Sigma is pretty average. Good for gamers, bad for audiophiles. In-game bass and sound is clear and easy to understand. The 3D directional audio works as advertised, but you almost feel like it’s not there at times. Some headsets on the market really do give a more immersive feel when they are being used, the Sigma does tighten it up a bit, butthe sound isn’t as separated as we would have liked. In our estimation, Turtle Beach makes a better sounding headset overall. As far as gaming headsets go, the Sigma is above average though, but just barely.

The microphone works as advertised and is detachable if you decide you just want to use the Sigma for listening to music which is nice, but it would have been nice if the microphone could be moved over to the right side should you want it over there instead. People that will use the Sigma for teleconferencing will be happy with the comfortable design and the tight ear piece, which effectively blocks outside noise from leaking in. The microphone is sensitive and people could hear us clearly in our tests. There are a couple reports on the web from users who claim their microphone on their Sigma died on them, but we didn’t experience this at all.

For music listening, the Sigma is average at best. Vocals are a tad bit distant, bass is flat, mids are a bit cold, and treble is pretty much nonexistent – overall, very flat sounding. Under the equalizer controls, there is no pre-defined Hip Hop setting, so we used EQ Dance to boost bass and vocals as much as we could which helped a little. The bass just bottoms out pretty early and doesn’t go as deep as you would think for having large 50mm drivers.

Conclusion

The Creative Sound blaster Tactic 3D Sigma has a lot of good things going for them. They are comfortable to wear, block outside noise and have a lot of customizable settings for gamers looking to get that extra edge in-game. From a hardware perspective, it would have been nice if the Sigma had a little sturdier construction, but overall it feels like they will hold up in the long run. If you want more customizable settings, we recommend going with Turtle Beach who we feel have a more serious hardcore product. Audiophiles who want 3D, 5.1 or 7.1 sound might want to consider the Sennheiser PC 350, but be ready to fork out $179 for these bad boys.

Highs:

  • Comfortable to wear
  • 3D directional audio works well
  • Very customizable

Lows:

  • Construction is a little flimsy
  • Muddy, flat bass
  • Software is not included, has to be downloaded
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Creative Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless v2.0 Gaming Headset Review

You have to love a five-part name. The most important part of Creative's bulky identifier shows up toward the end: Wireless. Not mentioned in the name, but still notable are the Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless v2.0's lighting effects and complementary software suite, which adds emulated surround sound support. Thanks to an included dongle, this headset is plug-and-play. So long as it's charged up, no additional downloads are necessary to get it working.

A $90 list price gets you the headset itself, a removable microphone, a USB charging cable, and the aforementioned USB-based transmitter as an interface to your PC.

Specifications

The headset has been on the market for some time now. Consequently, its price has stabilized in the regions Creative targeted.

Look And Feel

Although the Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless v2.0 has an integrated, long-lasting battery and electronics to go with it, the headset isn't particularly heavy, even if it is physically large. The silky matte-black plastic surfaces resist fingerprints well, making a positive first impression. Instead of a textile covering over the ear pads and frame, Creative instead uses artificial leather made from polyurethane, which may cause you to sweat during longer gaming sessions.

Black and deep red colors dominate Creative's design. However, the Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless v2.0 can also be accentuated differently by means of LED effects on the ear pieces.

But what initially appears to be solid build quality doesn't feel particularly well put-together over time. Almost every part of the thin-walled plastic pieces are glued in place. And there's very little metal adding structural integrity, except for the frame.

There's little else to say about the design. It's so simple and inconspicuous that the Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless v2.0 almost stands out more as a result. We consider this to be positive, since the most tricked-out headsets often die early deaths when they fall apart. Then again, questionable workmanship gives us little hope that this headset will fare any better over time. 

Comfort

Large heads weren't taken into consideration when this piece of hardware was designed and manufactured. For anyone with a head circumference of 60cm or more, don't even bother taking the Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless v2.0 for a trial run. The pressure you'll experience is too much to bear over extended periods.

The problem is not with the headband; it's entirely possible to adjust that as-needed. Rather, even after adjustment, it still squeezes too tight. And although you can rotate the ear pieces vertically, it's impossible to adjust them on the horizontal axis. In other words, you're able to fold them sideways, but they don't move up or down.

Functionality And Interface

Because this is a wireless headset that works on the 2.4 GHz band, the housing contains a lot of technology not found on wired competitors. These electronics are located inside the left shell. Naturally, then, you'll also find the volume control and on/off switch there as well. Both are easy to reach and intuitive to use. Additionally, when the headset is active, the on/off button is illuminated.

The microphone is on the left side too, along with the mute button. It's placed perfectly so that your finger never misses the button when you reach for it.

Communication between the headset and PC works through a USB-attached dongle with transmitter functionality. Audio is sent uncompressed and mostly without delay. Connecting the Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless v2.0 is quick and easy. With the dongle attached to a rear USB port, we did lose several meters worth of wandering range, so plug in to the front of your PC if possible. Or use an extension cable to get the dongle onto your desktop.

Again, the ear pieces can be rotated vertically and turned at an angle of up to 90 degrees. The headset is naturally less bulky in that position, so it takes up less space during transport.

Downloadable software not only allows you to adjust the headset's acoustic effects, but also change the LED illumination. Tastes will vary when it comes to simulated surround, so we'll let you draw your own conclusions about Creative's efforts there.

It takes less than 90 minutes to fully charge the Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless v2.0. We also like that the bundled USB cable is long enough for continued use while the headset charges. Given anywhere from eight to 16 hours of battery life, depending on volume, the wireless option is a great differentiator!

Microphone

The omnidirectional microphone is detachable, which makes it easy to transport whenever space is an issue. The plug connection is secure and easy to find thanks to its tactile properties. An additional pop filter reduces wind noises and the acoustic/electrical consequences of a, shall we say, too-moist pronunciation.

A low cut at ~100 Hz does its job well. However, the frequency range with an upper limit of 6.5 kHz is a bit too narrow. Cutting off at 8 kHz would have been better. Creative's noise reduction functionality does work. But unfortunately, at higher levels, the clipping happens too soon. Speech intelligibility is quite acceptable, even if the quality doesn't match up to dedicated microphones.

Measurements And Sound-Check

To read about our test methodology in depth, please check out How We Test Gaming Headsets, particularly page 6 where we detail the measurements we take.

This is what we're talking about when we throw around the term bathtub. If it wasn't for the dent at 1 kHz, which starts at ~200 Hz and ends at 2.2 kHz after a steep increase, the response might even be somewhat satisfying.

Bass and upper bass are similarly accentuated, which not only sounds good, but also avoids the sloppy rumble of cheap gaming headsets. So, depending on your point of view, this is either a mid-range dip or an amplification of bass and treble.

The low bass is good, audibly present, and somehow free of annoying resonance. From bass to the lower mid-range, performance remains fair. But that's where the acoustic fall-off happens. Its trough sits almost exactly at 1 kHz, where sound characteristics are changed in a not-so-enjoyable way.

Since the mid-range is so severely cut, spacial location suffers most. The consequence is a narrow sound stage in music playback and difficulty placing sources in games. Creative's sound engineering, well-intentioned though it might be, nullifies almost everything that a competitive gamer would need in terms of acoustic feedback.

Spatial reproduction isn't the only characteristic that suffers by heavy-handed meddling. Playback of voices, instruments, and broad-band noises, all of which are typically found in games, are affected as well. While the fundamental sound ranges of vocals (and many instruments) are still pleasant, tonal character and timbre/tone color in the mid-range lack more than we can simply ignore. In addition, there is a slight overemphasis of sibilants and the high/super-high tone.

None of that is to say Creative's potent 50mm drivers are junk. We do, however, recommend using an equalizer to increase the range around 500 Hz a little bit and at 1 kHz quite a bit more. Of course, the inverse is also feasible: you could lower the bass and treble more broadly to compensate for that dip. But we prefer light touches whenever possible, so increasing those two points and reducing the overall levels a bit is the better option.

All of this can be achieved through Windows, yielding much better sound in no time at all. The downside is that it depends on installing more software and your manual intervention.

Conclusion

Given a reasonable price tag around $90, Creative's Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless v2.0 is worth auditioning, unless you already know a larger head circumference will cause problems with long-term comfort. In that case, the frame's excessive bending resistance, together with a lack of options for adjusting the ear pieces horizontally, will most likely compel you to go another route entirely.

Creative's rather aggressive sound engineering is a matter of taste. But it can be improved or even neutralized in a few easy steps. Only with those modifications in place does the Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless v2.0's spatial positioning in games and balanced music reproduction approach ratings of satisfactory. The 3D surround effect is based on listening experience, and is thus a product of imagination.

Functionality-wise, this headset is fine. Its respectable battery life of 12 hours at normal volume covers even the longest gaming sessions easily. If you like your beats a bit louder, you'll simply have to recharge sooner. And a maximum range of about eight meters with the USB dongle positioned optimally is plenty for any gamer.

This is by no means a premium product. The good news is that you won't have to pay a premium price, either. We're calling Creative's Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless v2.0 distinctly mid-range, with no particular strengths or explicit weaknesses.

  • Reasonable price
  • Good battery life
  • Decent wireless range
  • Discomfort on larger heads
  • Aggressive sound engineering
  • Some mic clipping at higher levels

This isn't a premium product, but then again, you won't pay a premium price, either. We're calling Creative's Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless v2.0 distinctly mid-range, with no particular strengths or explicit weaknesses.

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Creative Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless Manual

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CREATIVE SOUND BLASTER TACTIC 3D OMEGA WIRELESS - User Manual

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CREATIVE SOUND BLASTER TACTIC3D ALPHA Quick Start Manual

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