While Razer is a name that has become synonymous in the gaming peripherals industry. Recently it has made its foray into general user merchandises. The competitively priced Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro is the latest product in their arsenal which has already garnered a solid fan following by packing in multiple features and the highly accredited THX certification which can surely give the Apple and Sony products a run for its money. Today we are going to conduct a detailed review of this Razer product which is perfect for playing on-the-go games like แทงออนไลน์ไฮโล (Hi-Lo) in your smartphone.
The design of Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro oozes out a premium feel from the time you unpack this beauty. A smooth black plastic finish of the charging case gets further accentuated by a glossy interior for the look and feel of a posh product. However, the earbuds set is prone to scratches and smudges. A Razer logo is embedded subtly at the top of its lid while a tiny LED runs through the middle for indicating charging status. Although there is no separate pairing button you can pair it easily by opening the lid of the case. The width of the Hammerhead’s case can bring down its portability meter but you won’t have much difficulty in carrying it inside your jeans pocket.
The exhaustive list of controls in Hammerhead True Wireless Pro allows to play or pause media, answer or reject calls, activate voice assistant, skip music tracks, switch on low latency mode and even clear the paired list of devices. Users might be required to tap once, twice or thrice and at times press and hold for triggering the action. When it comes to sensitivity, the touch area offers a mixed experience.
The Razer earbuds are accompanied by a mobile application that users can download either from Android or iOS store. Once the app is downloaded to your handset, you can bank on its intuitive interface to alter the settings of the earbuds. This remains functional even if the earbuds are not connected to your smartphone. The well laid out app displays the battery status on the front screen. A built-in equalizer allows changing the sound profile easily as you choose between EQ presets like Amplified, THX, Enhanced Clarity, Enhanced Bass and Vocal. When it comes to overall sound quality, the THX profile renders the most balanced results. However, you can exercise complete customization for tuning the sound according to your liking.
It is an absolute joy to listen to the earbud’s 10mm driver. The bass seems extremely well controlled to deliver a punchy response with the capacity to drone and swell. However, the bass level depends on the ear tip as the Comply ear tips render more controlled results while the SecureSeal and SmoothComfort tips guarantee the highest level of bass. THX profile delivers the most balanced preset whether you are watching a movie, playing a game, listening to a podcast or any other music. The sharply tuned earbuds deliver clear mids whereas the highs seem adequately nice and smooth even after prolonged usage.
We tried listening to a variety of genres and the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro aced it all with flying colours. It created an impressive soundstage that delivered distinctive positional accuracy with a lot of importance given to detailing so that you can easily differentiate amongst different textures. The Hammerhead True Wireless Pro does not fare well in the department of noise cancellation as you can easily make out the sound of kids playing in the next room, extremely loud gym music or cars passing while trying to play a podcast or similar audio. The autoplay and pause feature of these earbuds set is worth appreciation. Media pauses simply when you remove an earbud and resumes once you put it back.
The Razer earbuds support SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs. While the AAC Bluetooth codec allows iOS users high-quality streaming, Android users might experience inconsistent streaming quality. This can be mitigated by manually forcing SBC streaming.
You can expect 4 hours of battery life from Razer with ANC on while the case delivers 16 hours of additional charge so that you can enjoy a total use of 20 hours. The battery life is enough to suffice light usage for an entire day. You can charge the case using a USB Type-C cable.
Low latency, excellent sound and superior noise cancellation add to the lucrativeness of the IPX4 water-resistant Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro. This wireless earbud comes backed by a warranty of two years. However, subpar microphone and wonky touch controls are a few hiccups in the way which has to be dealt with by the company before it gains the numero uno spot.
You can purchase these here for around $179.99
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