Razer reveals Electra headphones

Razer once again has presented a brand new headphones designed to deliver powerful bass depth and crisp clear soundstages for gaming and music on the go.

The new Razer Electra headphones feature a lightweight, flexible headband and body with optimally positioned ear cups and thick, replaceable, sound-isolating leatherette ear cushions for long-lasting comfort. They are fitted with  40 mm drivers with neodymium magnets and copper-clad aluminum voice coil, with  enhanced bass response and frequency response of 25 – 16,000 Hz, impedance of 32 Ω and Sensitivity @1kHz: 104 dB ± 3 dB. The headphones also comes with 1.3 meter, detachable rubber sheathed audio cable and detachable inline microphone audio cable.

Razer Electra headphones

“When true gamers step away from their computers, they don’t stop gaming,” said Robert “RazerGuy” Krakoff, President, Razer USA. “The Razer Electra was designed to be the gamer’s trusty audio sidekick, powering their favorite songs and intensifying mobile games with deeper bass and richer sounds.”

Razer Electra headphones are expected to go on sale in October for US $59.99 / EU €59.99.

Source: Razer

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