Gadgetren – Razer has just launched a new headphone called Razer Opus that has been pocketed Active Noise Reduction Technology (ANC) THX certified which guarantees sound quality at the cinema level.
Priced at USD 200, the Razer Opus offers contemporary wireless headphones with a more sophisticated design and shape that fits the ear.
The device, which has a synthetic leather earmuff and thick foam headband, is a collaboration between Razer THX, a high-quality audio and video standardization company for various needs such as video games.
The collaboration carried out in the form of testing produces high-performance wireless headphones that present a rich and balanced sound stage, crystal clear vocals, and deep bass.
According to Peter Vasay as the Head of THX Certification, the quality of the headphones has been optimized for music, games and movies as recorded by GSMArena. Razer Opus technically uses Advanced Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation which carries a total of four microphones (one inside and one outside for each earmuff).
The hybrid noise reduction system will work actively helping to reduce the passive sound that appears when the device is worn by the user. Razer Opus basically offers a usage detection feature for play / pause, 40mm drivers, Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity, and support for AAC, APTX, A2DP, AVRCP, and HFP codecs.
The device, which is claimed to last up to 25 hours on a single charge when the ANC system is active, also has support for traditional use via a 3.5 mm headphone cable. The Razer Opus launches with a sales package that includes a carrying case, headphones, 3.5 mm headphone cable, USB-C charging cable, aircraft adapter, and USB-C to USB-A adapter.
The device that comes with Midnight Blue and Black color variants will reportedly be available in North America, Europe, China and Asia Pacific. But for now, Razer Opus is only available on Razer.com and Amazon.