Home Reviews Peripherals Razer releases new gaming ‘in-ear monitor’ – fancy name for buds

Razer – ‘For gamers, by gamers’ is well known as a leader in gaming hardware so its new Hammerhead ear buds have a lot to live up to.

Machined from aircraft grade aluminium, the $99.95 buds use 9mm neodymium drivers, usually found in units costing 50% more.

Razer has designed a gamers sound signature with ‘an earth-shattering bass while maintaining crystal clear mids and highs… with a full-bodied low-end frequency, pounding in the beats without distortion’.

Isolating stray, ambient noise is managed by interchangeable ear-tips in 3 sizes, along with an optional pair of bi-flanges to provide superior sound isolation and bass response.

 For the gamers details are here.  

Product features: 

  • Machined lightweight aluminum body
  • Advanced passive noise isolation
  • Interchangeable ear-tips with bi-flanges
  • Powerful drivers for supreme audio fidelity with extreme bass
  • Compatible with iPhone, Android and mobile devices
  • Omnidirectional microphone
  • Audio/Mic splitter adapter for PC connection

Headphones

  • Drivers : 9 mm Neodymium Magnets with CCAW
  • Frequency Response : 20 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Impedance : 16 Ω
  • Sensitivity @ 1 kHz : 106 dB
  • Input Power : 1 mW @ 126 mV
  • Cable Length : 1.3 m / 4.27 ft
  • Approximate Weight : 12.5 g / 0.03 lbs
  • Connector: Analog 3.5 mm Combined Jack (Headphone and Mic)

Microphone

  • Frequency response : 50 Hz – 10 kHz
  • Signal to Noise Ratio : 55 dB
  • Sensitivity (@1kHz) : -42 dB +/-3 dB
  • Pick Up pattern : Omni-Directional

 

 

 

WEBINAR 26/27th May

Thinking of deploying Business Intelligence (BI)? So are your competitors.

And the most important, fundamental, tool for delivering your BI information to your users? Dashboards.

THIS IS ONE NOT TO MISS SO REGISTER NOW

DON'T MISS OUT - REGISTER NOW!

FREE WHITEPAPER - RISKS OF MOVING DATABASES TO VMWARE

VMware changed the rules about the server resources required to keep a database responding

It's now more difficult for DBAs to see interaction between the database and server resources

This whitepaper highlights the key differences between performance management between physical and virtual servers, and maps out the five most common trouble spots when moving production databases to VMware

1. Innacurate metrics
2. Dynamic resource allocation
3. No control over Host Resources
4. Limited DBA visibility
5. Mutual ignorance

Don't move your database to VMware before learning about these potential risks, download this FREE Whitepaper now!

DOWNLOAD!

Ray Shaw

joomla stats

Ray Shaw ray@im.com.au  has a passion for IT ever since building his first computer in 1980. He is a qualified journalist, hosted a consumer IT based radio program on ABC radio for 10 years, has developed world leading software for the events industry and is smart enough to no longer own a retail computer store!

Connect

 

 

 

 

Join the iTWire Community and be part of the latest news, invites to exclusive events, whitepapers and educational materials and oppertunities.
Why do I want to receive this daily update?
  • The latest features from iTWire
  • Free whitepaper downloads
  • Industry opportunities