Tuesday, August 10th 2010

Razer Announces Orca Headphones, Find The Perfect Balance Between Gaming and Music

Razer, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals, today announced the release of the Razer Orca Gaming and Music Headphones. This stylish pair of headphones features a comfortable ergonomic design with quality sound and an ultra sleek look featuring Razer’s distinct, venomous green color. Razer unites the music enthusiast with the hardcore gamer to bring you the coolest pair of headphones to hit the streets.

“The Razer Orca marks Razer’s foray into the lifestyle audio world,” said Robert “Razerguy” Krakoff, president, Razer USA. “We specifically designed the Razer Orca for the consumer who demands unmatched comfort and the utmost style, who also happens to game. We wanted a pair of headphones that could transition from your gaming den to the subway by adding a cool look to great gaming sound.”
The Razer Orca
Equipped with a plug and switch cable, the Razer Orca provides a quick and convenient solution for seamlessly switching between gaming and listening to music. The Razer Orca comes with a shorter, standard braided cable for listening to music on the go, but also includes a braided 2 meter extension cable for a quick transition to desktop gaming. With enhanced drivers crafted to optimize both in game action and the thumping bass of your favorite artists, the Razer Orca excels in providing a dual-purpose solution for gamers and music lovers. Crafted for a secure yet lightweight feel, the circumaural design provides a comfortable fit for hours on end, letting you keep your style on lock in all situations whether it’s in front of your gaming rig or jamming out to your MP3 player.

Price: US $59.99 / €59.99

Razerzone - August
Worldwide - Q3

Product Features:
  • Ergonomic comfort design
  • Enhanced audio for music and gaming
  • Music/gaming plug and switch cable
  • Braided fiber cable with 2 meter braided extension cable
  • Connector: 3.5 mm jack
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20 Comments on Razer Announces Orca Headphones, Find The Perfect Balance Between Gaming and Music

Cold Storm
The cans look cool, but I don't know about all that green.. lol.. if I grabbed a pair, I'd have to paint it before even wearing for the first time.
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Perfection is, as always, relative...
Most costumers, with the exception of audio technicians, won't know the difference or just won't care as much about it as they will do about the looks...
Anyway, these would go great with UV painted hair...green, preferably...
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Crazy 4 TPU!!!
There's to much going on with those headphones lol.

The green is to loud. If they came in a subtle red, then i would consider.:)
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Bird of Prey
Loud green but I like it, would prefer loud blue lol. Decent price too. I have been looking for some decent gaming headphones and was thinking about those TX 51s?? reviewed a couple months back in CPU mag.
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Looks like every company is going green:laugh: or maybe these were specifically designed for the hulk himself:p
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My eyes hurt.
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Wow, I can see these a mile away.
I am blinded by it's sheer greenness!
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Why do I get the feeling he came up with these in an airplane... while he was looking at the guy with the earmuffs on the runway.
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You would be crazy to get this with an AMD setup lol. very brave of Razer.
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ggaaaaaaah too much green
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Mussels said:
ggaaaaaaah too much green
Theres always that someone who cant get enough green :laugh: Imagine if it were UV reactive lol. Who is brave enough to wear that @ a lan party.
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eat your vegetables or the razer man will get you.

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Rakesh95 said:
Theres always that someone who cant get enough green :laugh: Imagine if it were UV reactive lol. Who is brave enough to wear that @ a lan party.
I would be one of those ppl who loves that color green, who go's to lan party's anymore that's so 2004 :laugh:
I just hate headphones that use 3.5mm jacks because the damn wires are too thin always break or come of the contacts somewhere and are impossible to fix.
Hence the reason ive had my platronics usb headset for like 4 years now without issue.
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Probably the "enhanced audio" means "loudness-oriented".
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Hm.. this headphones reminds me AKG a lot, just coincidence? Then it would be probably much better than it looks (I dont say I dont like green, just this is tad too much). Camo would be better.
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No microphone attachment = disqualified as gaming headphones.
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caleb said:
No microphone attachment = disqualified as gaming headphones.
i think you need to learn the definition of 'headphones' vs 'headset'
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You might also look up "obsolete definition".
"ASUS Adds Rumble Impact to Gaming and Multimedia with CineVibe Headphones"
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Wile E
Power User
Wait, a 2M extension cable magically turns it into a gaming headset?

Meh anyway. It's Razer, and therefore it's overpriced junk. These are most likely $30 headphones with a fancy paint job, and that magical 2M cable that makes them more gaming oriented somehow.
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dude i just got mine! I got them through a trade. I traded my razer earbuds that are worth $30 new for these brand new in the box headset I gave it to my bf since i broke his but i still use them i just wish they had a volume control

and u think its bright in the pic it doesnt do it justice on how bright it is
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