The growing popularity of wireless headphones leads to the appearance on the market of increasingly high-quality and inexpensive devices that can satisfy the most demanding music lovers. The new Razer headphones, marketed under the name Razer Opus, have received THX (Tomlinson Holman’s crossover) certification for high-quality speakers and are equipped with a noise reduction system with 4 microphones. There is also an automatic installation of audio playback to pause.
The innovative hybrid active noise cancellation (ANC) system uses a circuit with four microphones, reducing the impact of the sounds of the surrounding world at once.
Along with reducing external sound exposure, Razer engineers have not forgotten about improving sound quality using a wide frequency range, expressive vocals and deep bass with minimal distortion at a high volume level. The Razer Opus also uses 40 mm dynamic drivers. For gamers and talking on the phone via headphones, two more microphones are used that are not included in the ANC system.
Razer designers sought to give the headphones an ergonomic shape that enhances comfort when listening to audio. For this purpose, Razer Opus lightweight headband and ear pads made of soft foam and artificial leather were used. This will provide convenient listening for a long time.
The auto pause function is very simple. As soon as the user removes the headphones and puts them on the neck, playback is paused. To resume playback, just place the Razer Opus in its original working position. There is also a Quick Attention Mode, which does not allow the user to completely disconnect from the outside world. Short-term sound signals from the surrounding world will be delivered due to a command given by a long press on the ANC button.
A special application allows you to monitor the battery level and integrate the standard equalizer settings. The built-in battery will provide autonomous operation for 25 hours with a working noise reduction system. Razer Opus supports AAC, APTX, A2DP, AVRCP, HFP standards. Wireless communication is carried out using Bluetooth 4.2. There is also a 3.5 mm jack for wired connection to sound sources, as well as a USB-C port.
Razer Opus earphones can already be bought with a storage case at the price of $200.