Razer has just announced not one but four brand new headsets in their Adaro series of personal audio devices, each with their own special focus and built like tanks (yes, even the in-ear ones)
The range currently features four models: bass-heavy earphones, analog stereo headphones, Bluetooth® headphones and DJ-style headphones, with Razer saying they will have more models to come since their initial foray into products tuned for music following the success of the Razer Kraken and Electra.
Coming with a flat anti-tangle cable in Razer’s signature green, these earphones have tiny precision tuned 10mm dynamic drivers squished into an aluminium body for something we find many in-ear products sorely lack; the ability to survive being banged around with daily use. They’ve included three pairs of silicone buds for a personalised fit and sound isolation too and a carrying case for ease of transport.
Razer Adaro In-Ear Analog Earphones will retail for RM 319.
Wire-y and Wire-free
Designed to be robust yet portable, these large-canned headsets features custom-tuned 40mm neodymium magnet drivers and the lightweight headset is fully adjustable with easy transport in mind. Razer Adaro Stereo Analog headphones also sports an anti-tangle braided cable and plush leatherette ear cushions for less hassle and more comfort. For those who like to go about their business with a hands free headset, there’s a wireless version of this as well
The analog headphones will retail for RM 399 while the wireless variant will retail for RM 569.
For the fussy listener
A first for Razer, these DJ headphones aren’t made for gamers in mind at all but instead for producers, performers and audiophiles in mind. Made with powerful 50mm dynamic drivers and a durable yet lightweight design for long use on top of a closed ear cup design for noise isolation, these would look right at home on your head when mixing up your latest house hit.
The Razer Adaro DJ Analog Headphones will retail for RM 759.