Razer Opus | Review

Last year Razer enriched its catalog of wireless headphones with two models designed specifically for use on the move, we are talking about the circumaural design Opus, the subject of today’s review, and the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro in-ear, both with certification THX and hybrid system for active noise cancellation (ANC).

The system in question makes use of four MEMS microphones (microelectromechanical technology) to eliminate external noise and focus on the sound generated by the drivers or, on the contrary, to amplify it (Quick Attention Mode) in order not to isolate itself from the outside world and perceive speech and external noises.

To receive THX certification, products must pass numerous and meticulous quality tests, both in terms of construction and audio.

The Razer Opus welcome two 40mm neodymium drivers capable of offering an extremely qualitative sound performance and, thanks to the integrated lithium battery, guarantee over 25 hours of continuous use with ANC active.

The low weight, the ear cushions and the headband with soft foam padding and leatherette cover, ensure a comfortable fit and without pressure points for long periods of use, the maximum if we are on the road …

The Opus in fact provide in bundle the presence of a transport case in imitation leather of exquisite workmanship, an adapter for use on the plane and the optional 3.5mm analog input for maximum compatibility with classic devices.

The new born of the Razer house, therefore, have all the credentials to compete with the major manufacturers of ANC wireless headphones such as Sony, Bose, Sennheiser, Jabra and Shure.

Before continuing with the detailed analysis of the product we leave you, as usual, to the summary table of all the technical specifications.

Headphone model
Razer Opus
DesignCircumaural ergonomic headphones
Driver40mm Neodymium Driver
Frequency response
20Hz – 20kHz
Impedance12 ohm (1kHz)
Sensitivity105 dB/mW by HATS (1kHz)
Internal diameter
Greater diameter 91mm
Smaller diameter 69.5mm
Connection type
Bluetooth 5.0 o jack da 3,5mm
Cable length1.5 meters
Autonomy
Up to 25 hours
Weight
265 grams
Microphone
MEMS
Capsule4 (2 for ANC and 2 for voice chat)
Pattern
omnidirectional
Frequency response
100Hz – 10kHz
Sensitivity
-38 dBV/Pa (1kHz)
Physical commands
Volume, track, power on / off, ANC

For more information on the Razer Opus, please refer to the official website accessible at this link.

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