Razer announced new high-end headphones, the Razer Opus , which are designed for audiophiles and boast of being ‘ THX Certified ‘ in addition to offering a hybrid Active Noise Canceling system. All this combined translates into excellent sound quality when listening to music together with clear voice conversations without the ambient noise being introduced into our conversations.
These headphones use dynamic 40mm speakers to deliver stereo sound. These speakers are within the 20 Hz to 20 kHz response frequency standard , we have a design configured for maximum comfort thanks to foam padded headbands and headband covered by synthetic leather, a system of 4 ANC microphones allow noise cancellation + 2x extra microphones for voice chat , and can be used both wirelessly (Bluetooth 4.2) with AAC and APTX codecs, or via a 3.5mm jack connector.
“Even with our years of experience creating headsets for the world’s most demanding audiences, the design of the Razer Opus forced us to rethink every detail,” said Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President, Razer Peripherals Business Unit . “With the Razer Opus headphones we can offer a listening experience that satisfies the most demanding audiophile in any environment.”
All this is seasoned with a battery that promises up to 25 hours of autonomy with the noise cancellation system activated, through the Opus Mobile App you can choose the equalizations preset by THX, automatic, personalized configuration or know the status of the battery, They weigh 265 grams, are charged through a USB Type-C port, and their price is 209.99 euros.