As you know, we’ll be giving away the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro, but, how good are they?
Now we know what you’re thinking, there are so many brands out there in the market for wireless earphones, some much cheaper than others, but this second gen Hammerhead is a significant upgraded from the original. Think of it like how Tony Stark upgrades his Iron Man suit. Without further ado, let’s get into the review.
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Right of the box, the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro earphones is aesthetically sleek and classy, it looks and feels like a true gamer earphones than an iPhone Airpods copycat. The Hammerhead True Wireless Pro also includes the signature Razer Chroma RGB system, which lets you pick from over 16 million colors as well as a variety of flashy effects and shines through the Razer logo. And, if you want to flex, other’s can see that it’s a Razer earphone at first glance due to the lighting effects.
As some in-ear wireless headphone goes, it can get a little bit uncomfortable after a long time using it. But for the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro, it is both light and comfortable which gives most users a solid fit. The tips make for a nice seal as well as good noise isolation.
For a gaming brand to produce such high caliber headphones is an interesting feature indeed. The active noise cancellation feature works better than a lot of the wireless in its category. When it’s in gaming mode, the Hammerheads cuts audio latency down to 60ms, which is enough to avoid sync issues. However, despite not having the THX certification, the Razer Hammerhead does sound premium and for the current price of RM 879, it is quite pleasing.
However, you will need to be quite close to the device it is connected to.
In its ambient sound mode, it loses out to Sony’s WF-1000XM4 as it has a somewhat of a time lag. But it wasn’t too bad.
Some of the competition for the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro are the Apple AirPods Pro, Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 and Sony’s WF-1000XM4.
These earphones does not have wireless charging.
Overall, we feel that the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro is worth it for its price point. Sure, the sound quality may not be as potent or full-bodied as some of its more premium competitors, but it is a wireless in-ear headphones that does the job right and in a rather comfortable fashion. We enjoyed using it for long periods of time at one go and it didn’t get too tiring.
We rate this 8/10, deducting two points from the connectivity, the sound quality.
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