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.