Recently Razer company, which is known for its gaming accessories, has officially introduced wireless full-size headphones Opus. Approximately the price of the novelty is only $200. At the same time, in terms of functionality they are very close to the headphones, which cost twice as much.
The manufacturer reported that the Razer Opus is equipped with four dedicated microphones, which are designed for effective noise reduction system, and two microphones for voice communication. They use 40 mm dynamic emitters. They boast a wide range of reproducible frequencies, which is 20-20,000 Hz. The novelty is connected to mobile devices using Bluetooth 4.2 interface. In addition, the headphones support codecs and profiles AAC, APTX, A2DP, AVRCP, as well as HFP.
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The Razer Opus is THX certified. So you can be absolutely sure that the novelty is capable of delivering clear and balanced sound. The design of the novelty includes soft ear cushions and headband made of foam material and artificial leather. Thanks to this, the headphones do not cause discomfort even when used for a long time. When the device is removed, audio playback is automatically paused.
The Razer headphones also boast a high level of autonomy. They can provide up to 25 hours of audio playback with Active Noise Cancellation enabled, which can be turned off if required. In addition, the headphones are compatible with the special Opus application. This application allows users to adjust the EQ settings as well as make other settings. This application also allows you to monitor the charging level of your headphones.