Razer a Singaporean–American multinational technology company launched new version of Razer Hammerhead earphones that is THX supported and noise free.
New earplugs from Razer
Razer has the new version of the earplugs on its own website presented, where they also to order are for an amount of 209.99 euros. Compared to the previous version, the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro offer noise cancellation and a THX certificate. The earplugs already offer good passive isolation from the outside, according to the manufacturer, but two internal and two external microphones should make that effect stronger. There is also a mode available that allows the sound correctly, useful for example in traffic.
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro have 10mm drivers on board and support low-latency bluetooth 5.1. The earplugs also have a button that activates the game mode, limiting the latency (the delay in the connection between earplugs and device, such as a smartphone) to 60 milliseconds. This functionality was already present in the version that the brand released last year. It is striking that this version has slightly larger drivers. They are 13 millimeters in size.
Furthermore, you can activate and deactivate the noise suppression with the push of a button, but you can also operate other things with it. Think for example of your music, a voice assistant or calls coming in. When you download the free Android or iOS application, you get access to a handy equalizer, with which you adjust the music playback, and set the touch gestures. In total, the earplugs last about twenty hours: four hours on their own and another sixteen hours with the included charging boxes.