Razer has launched the Opus X, over-ear Bluetooth headphones with noise-cancelling for simply £100 ($100, AU$169.95).
Greatest identified for its gaming laptops and peripherals, Razer branched out into gaming audio final 12 months with the THX-certified Opus headphones. The brand new Opus X are half the launch value of their older sibling, with an identical spec and design, whereas together with Razer’s low-latency ‘Gaming Mode’, which reduces latency over Bluetooth 5 to 60 milliseconds. It’s a expertise featured in different Razer headphones however not within the authentic Opus.
The Opus X has 4 microphones, two for voice calls and two for active noise cancellation technology. There’s a multifunction button on the rim of the precise ear cup that permits you to shortly toggle between ANC and ‘Fast Consideration’ mode to let in additional ambient sound.
Every 40mm driver is housed in a rotatable circumaural ear cup with plush leatherette ear cushions for added consolation. Not like the unique Opus, there’s no auto-pause/play characteristic for whenever you take away and substitute the headphones. There’s additionally no mini-jack connection, only a USB-C port for charging. Said battery life is a wholesome 30 hours with ANC and as much as 40 hours with ANC off.
This Razer Opus X headphones can be found now, are available in three colors — inexperienced, quartz and mercury – and price £100 ($100, AU$169.95).
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