Wednesday, July 27th 2011

Prepare For Electrifying Audio With The Razer Electra

Razer, the world’s leading high-end precision gaming brand, takes your thumping music beats and exciting game audio to the streets with the Razer Electra slick headphones designed to deliver powerful bass depth and crisp clear soundstages in a comfortable and versatile package.

Whether gamers are flinging birds, pwning monsters, or running gauntlets on their smartphones, tablets, or netbooks, the demand for enriching gaming experiences with exceptional audio is undeniable. The Razer Electra provides just that with deep, booming bass and balanced sound delivered by audio drivers finely tuned to low frequencies.

While out on the streets or in the subway, noise can be a major hindrance to your listening pleasure. Enter the Razer Electra, featuring optimally positioned ear cups and thick leatherette ear cushions that mold to the shape of your ears to block out the bad stuff and keep the good vibrations in. Also built with a flexible headband structure and lightweight frame to provide long-lasting comfort over extended play, the Razer Electra keeps the awesome soundtrack to your life pumping full force.

“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.”

About the Razer Electra gaming and music headphones
Electrify your life through the power of sound with the Razer Electra. Slick headphones built to deliver exciting gaming audio and music, the Razer Electra allows you to hit the streets with sick bass drop and a balanced sound thanks to finely tuned drivers in each ear cup. Enjoy the music and forget the noise as the Razer Electra was designed with optimally positioned ear cups and thick leatherette ear cushions that mold to the shape of your ears for enhanced sound isolation. With a flexible headband structure and lightweight frame, you’re assured of long-lasting comfort over extended play. Kick your audio on-the-go up a notch, with the Razer Electra.

Product Features:
  • Enhanced bass response with optimized drivers
  • Replaceable sound-isolating leatherette ear cushions
  • Flexible headband structure and snug-fit ear cups for extended comfort
  • Detachable rubber sheathed audio cable
  • Detachable inline microphone audio cable for voice communication
For more information about the Razer Electra, please visit this page.

Price: US $59.99 / EU €59.99
Availability: October 2011
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41 Comments on Prepare For Electrifying Audio With The Razer Electra

#1
Vancha
I'm not sure I'd be comfortable wearing those in private, let alone out in public...
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#2
snuif09
I would wear them :) the detachable cable is +10 in my book.
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#3
mlee49
detachable seems like it might unplug from simple snagging. Which can be a good thing and a bad thing.
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#4
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: snuif09
the detachable cable is +10 in my book.
This. More phones should have this.
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#5
TheMailMan78
Big Member
by: Frick
This. More phones should have this.
Bose has had it for years.
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#6
erixx
If they could just stop using that bluudy etnic theme as brand logo. I don't want to see Celtic druids in dreams when I sleep. I have been to Galicia and Cornwall, been there done that.
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#7
AsRock
TPU addict
by: Vancha
I'm not sure I'd be comfortable wearing those in private, let alone out in public...
Or dead lol.

by: TheMailMan78
Bose has had it for years.
Not as if it's hard to add your own lol.
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#8
cheesy999
by: TheMailMan78
Bose has had it for years.
not just bose, my goldrings have it and i've seen some sennheisers over the years
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#9
snuif09
Havent seen alot that had detachable cables but I need to buy new headphones every year again because I break the cable so it seems really handy to me.
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#10
Fourstaff
"Deeper bass" makes me a sad panda. Can't expect much for $60 I guess.
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#12
bear jesus
I would happily use these but the angle of the cups seams a little too much to be comfortable for long periods.

by: [H]@RD5TUFF
Why no Mic ?
There is a mic, it's an inline one and can be seen in the second picture.
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#13
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: bear jesus
There is a mic, it's an inline one and can be seen in the second picture.
Thanks I see it now, though it raises the question of sound quality to me, but as Fourstaff said . . .

by: Fourstaff
Can't expect much for $60 I guess.
:banghead:
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#14
bear jesus
by: [H]@RD5TUFF
Thanks I see it now, though it raises the question of sound quality to me, but as Fourstaff said . . .



:banghead:
I missed it at first, really i would not expect much out of a mic like that but also i would guess it would pick up on more background noise compared to a more standard (closer) headset mic, it possibly may as well come without a mic. :laugh:
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#15
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: bear jesus
I missed it at first, really i would not expect much out of a mic like that but also i would guess it would pick up on more background noise compared to a more standard (closer) headset mic, it possibly may as well come without a mic. :laugh:
Yeah for 60 dollars it's competeing with the Corsair HS1-A which I own and do come with a boom mic and they sound good and people can hear me not background noise.
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#16
Nothgrin
It's listed at 25 – 16,000 Hz

25 Hz is not deep bass... My Sony MDR-XB700's run at 3-28,000Hz and they are just slightly more expensive.
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#17
Thatguy
by: Nothgrin
It's listed at 25 – 16,000 Hz

25 Hz is not deep bass... My Sony MDR-XB700's run at 3-28,000Hz and they are just slightly more expensive.
and the proxmity effects pretty mcuh make bass on a headphone a piss ass contest anyways. Not to mention that most of you are going fucking deaf.
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#18
ensabrenoir
The color scheme of my next build is black and green.... no....still cant do it. over priced led fans and key board yes gaudy head phones no. Shouldn't they have like a test audience of gamers critique their products or something. Unless they sound divine or feel like your not wearing them or something... discount bin.
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#20
BumbleBee
by: Hayder_Master
It's 2.1 right?
no
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#21
Funtoss
I would try them! lol they look sweet!
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#23
pr0n Inspector
by: Nothgrin
It's listed at 25 – 16,000 Hz

25 Hz is not deep bass... My Sony MDR-XB700's run at 3-28,000Hz and they are just slightly more expensive.
For cheap 'phones, spec numbers are pulled out of manufacturers' asses.
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#24
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
by: Vancha
I'm not sure I'd be comfortable wearing those in private, let alone out in public...
Women have the same feeling with thong underwear
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