The normal, is that the gaming headphones are large, connect to a computer or a console and have a big microphone. The truth is that Razer takes time going against that idea with his Gaming Bluetooth headset for mobile phones. The last example, the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless.
At first glance, they look like black airpods with a snake logo (which includes lighting by RGB, housemark) and that go on a suitable size case. Not very big or very small. Something similar I can say about the helmets themselves: nor are they excellent or bad, they are good enough to be a couple of hours playing on the mobile without discomfort in the ears.
They are not perfect, much less. What has most irritated me are tactile controls, which as in the vast majority of this type of headset, fails more than a fair shotgun. Nothing happens, I'm already used to not using them.
Fortunately, Razer has improved many aspects in this second generation of the Hammerhead True Wireless, starting with the active cancellation of noise (ANC) and the sound modes that let certain sounds enter (voices, for example) But they block others.
The latter is important. Since there will always be a delay between the sound signal receiving the helmets and the action that runs on the mobile, because that is the Bluetooth technology at the moment, Razer has made many progress to reduce it to only 60ms, something barely perceptible For a not trained ear.
Another important aspect and where Razer shines is the application that accompanies the headphones. When you download it on your mobile, you can change the light that illuminates the logo in the helmets and use a very good tool to equalize the sound as best as possible to your tastes.
And in videogames, the truth is that the headphones work fabulously. Accurate and rich sounds, without low ones that are exaggerated. The only thing I would have liked, since they are gaming headphones, is that they had better distributed in space, that the headphones will create a greater sound stay in which to distribute the effects and to know better where they are shooting.
Perhaps this is a lot asking for such small headphones or maybe it is something that Razer is working for future incarnations of these products. Given its price of 140 euros, in the average of what is the Bluetooth headphones of mid-high-end, the truth is that you can not ask for much more.
The Hammerhead True Wireless meet its function of gaming specialized headphones and put on the table a good design, comfort for your ears and a price that, although elevated, is not as oversized as other products of the competition, which in turn never They are specialized in what they.Updated Date: 05 September 2021, 08:28