IntroductionRazer has always been known to produce some of the best mice and sensors on the market. They established their reputation with the Razer Diamondback series mice, which are some of the best performing mice aimed at medium to high sensitivity gamers. Razer's slogan has always been "For Gamers. By Gamers". It says it all in my opinion.
Not long ago Razer gave birth to a new company called Razer Pro|Solutions. Razer Pro|Solutions focuses on producing high-end hardware for users of Apple products. All of the Pro products are held in either a clean white color or a sleek black design.
Today I will be taking a look at the newest addition to the Razer Pro|Solutions product line-up, namely the Pro|Tones m100, which is an in-ear headphone system.
Technical specifications from Razer Pro|Solutions:
- Frequency Response: 6 ~ 23,000Hz
- Dynamic Transducer
- Impedance: 16 ohms
- Max Sound Pressure Level (SPL): 108dB
- Cable Length: 1m/ 3.28ft
- 3.5mm connector plug
- Max Power Rating: 20mW
- Weight: 9g (with cable)
PackageThe Razer Pro|Tones m100 headphones come in a hard plastic blister package. One of the things that surprised me was the fact that Razer supplies three different sized in-ear adapters with the m100. This means that you can get the m100 to fit no matter if you have a small or large ear.
The m100 headphones come in two colors, black and white. Common for both versions is the Razer logo on the ear buds.
This headset comes with a large bundle. With the m100 headphones you get the following accessories: neoprene carrying bag, three in-ear size adapters, jet-adapter.
The accessories are somewhat useful, the size adapters are handy and really improve the wearing comfort of the headphones. I guess the jet-adapter is somewhat handy if you travel a lot by airplane.
Above you can see the rubber ear adapters. When I tested the headset I used the medium sized ones, they seemed to fit my ear perfectly and help to cancel out background noise. For maximum wearing comfort and listening experience it is absolutely essential that these rubber elements fit your ear perfectly. If you can't get them to fill out your ear the sound will become shallow and they will tend to fall out of your ear.