Patriot Viper V361 7.1 Virtual Surround Gaming Headset Review: Page 5 of 7
Posted by Lance Carter on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 - 8:00am
The Patriot Viper Headset V361 has multiple options to enhance your listening experience. Here I have a collection of all of the options the software has to offer.
When you first open the software there is a Information box giving you directions to help change your options.
Once you follow the directions given you will find a list of controls for the speakers: Volume control, Default format, Equalizer, Sound effects, 7.1 Virtual speaker setting, Vocal effects, and Viper surround.
Volume control allows you to adjust the Master volume or adjust the left and right ear to you hearing level.
Default format has the ability to change between 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz
Equalizer has 12 default settings as well as a manual preset which can be saved or trashed. You can save multiple manual presets.
Sounds effect has the ability to affect how the sound is transmitted to you. From large and small room to underwater or a mountain top. Also the has room size option to set how close the speaker feel. The list on the right is the drop down menu for the effects list.
7.1 Virtual speaker simulates a multi-speaker theater surround and gives you the ability to fine tune each directional sound.
Vocal effects allows raising and lowering key shifting and vocal fading to increases clarity of voice
Viper surround is a single enhancement to your overall sound of the headset.
Now the microphone has it's own set of optional controls: Volume control, Default format, Sound effects, and Microphone boost.
Volume controls has your Mic-In and Monitor volume controls.
Default format has the ability to change between 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz.
Sounds effect has the ability to add echo and different sound effects to your voice. There are only 4 effects: Low and gravelly, High and squeaky, Female to male, and Male to female.
Microphone boost is a single enhancement that boost the microphone.