Razer

Gaming Fidelity – the brand for the gaming market

The brand for gamers, and of course headphones play an important role here. The American company attaches particular importance to design, but they also have a lot to offer technologically. Wired, Bluetooth and surround headphones, earphones and headsets are part of the California-based company’s portfolio in the audio segment.

The latest reviews: Razer

In-Ear by Maike Paeßens 5 months ago

Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro

Lightweight True Wireless in-ears with Hybrid ANC, Ambient and Gaming Mode

With the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro, Razer has expanded its in-house headphone range with cable-free in-ears that can actively suppress and amplify external noise and offer a latency-reduced wireless connection for mobile games or movies. Using the app connection, the touch control and the bass-strong...

3.9

Bluetooth by Carsten Kaiser 5 months ago

Razer Opus

Closed wireless headphones with active noise cancellation

The Razer Opus surprises us in our test as closed wireless headphones with a modern design and compact sound that, for everyday headphones, do almost everything that could be wished of them. And the reasons for this are many and varied...

4

Bluetooth by Andreas Proß 5 months ago

Razer Kaira Pro for Xbox

Wireless headset for Xbox Series X and mobile Xbox gaming

With the Xbox Series X/S, Microsoft has already entered the 4th generation of consoles. Since the distinction between the generations is no longer so clear and Microsoft is also available on Android with their subscription service "Gamepass" thanks to "Project xCloud", Razer has released the...

4

Suitable topics

Editor's recommendations: Razer

With the BlackShark V2, Razer has hit the bull’s eye in the competitive headsets sector! The sound of the headphones is crystal clear and, in combination with THX Spatial Audio, creates a world of sound that should not only be enjoyed in the e-sports sector. The microphone also fulfils all gamers’ wishes. In addition, the headset is light, comfortable and, thanks to the mini jack, can also be used with other devices without any problems. A clear statement in the price segment, the BlackShark part 2 is on the attack!

Andreas Proß
Andreas Proß 20. August 2020
Razer BlackShark V2

Thanks to the folding mechanism, Bluetooth, automatic switch-off, active noise reduction, high attenuation to the outside and inside, media control, call acceptance, high wearing comfort and long battery life, the Razer Opus offer a real all-round carefree package as a companion for travel and everyday life. It doesn’t matter whether they are used for listening to music, gaming or watching movies. With and without the ANC feature activated, the sound of the Opus is always rich, full and round, differentiates speech components and has, as its only weakness, a relatively strong compression, which results in slightly limited dynamics of transients.

The Opus is not well-suited for large ears, however; the sound image noticeably oscillates in the bass when switching between wired operation, wireless use and ANC feature, and their ambience feature also failed to fully convince me. Nevertheless, these headphones are definitely worth testing if you like a loud, compressed, fat and bass-rich sound.

Carsten Kaiser
Carsten Kaiser 2. February 2021
Razer Opus

If you’re looking for quality speech performance and a gaming headset that delivers in almost every quarter, the Nari Ultimate might not live up to every expectation. It’s largely the microphone that drags this headset down in the rankings, although it’s a gripe you may be able to overlook if you can enjoy the perks of Razer’s HyperSense technology. With this enriching your gaming, you can look forward to intense and immersive battles and adventures, while it also enhances home movie sessions too.

Andreas Proß
Andreas Proß 25. March 2019