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Razer Adaro IN-EAR

alaTest has collected and analyzed 11 reviews of Razer Adaro IN-EAR. The average rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. People are impressed by the price and comfort. The portability and bass quality are also mentioned favorably, but some have doubts about the durability.

sound, bass quality, portability, comfort, price

durability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Razer Adaro IN-EAR is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 11 reviews)

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Expert review by: tech2 News Staff (tech.firstpost.com)

Razer Adaro In-Ears review: Decent sound from a great looking pair

 

Razer as a brand is known more as an innovator in the gaming industry, but it seems the company is looking at expanding into other territories. The Adaro In-Ears is the first product from Razer, which is geared for audiophiles and music listening,...

In a nutshell, the Adaro In-Ears are a pretty decent pair of earphones for bass-heads and gamers on the move, but are certainly not an option if you are an audiophile. Razer’s first effort is good, but falls short as we wished they had a leaner sound...

Jun, 2014

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

Update to Previous Review

 

Ifound a package from Razer in the mail today. I had completely forgotten about my interaction with Razer support so it came as a surprise. Better late than never though and I'm happy I was able to get the missing ear-piece replaced. I have been using...

I received replacement ear-pieces

None anymore

Jul, 2014

Consumer review by: Nick Sick (newegg.com)

Almost perfect!

 

I would've paid 60$ more for geniun leather, but the fake one dont seem fragile.

Great sound with great bass and clear high! Very loud, almost enough to hurt you. better than my bose AE2. comfortable enough to wear all day, even with my stretched ears. They are light and do actually handle 20 hours of music at max volume

The Led is very annoying... had to put black tape in front of it. I think that a connection sound could be something else than a voice.. They should be slimer for the estetic. and the tortion should be weaker for confort

Jul, 2014
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Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

Great earphones, mediocre support

 

I have a love/hate relation with Razer. I love their products, I have mice, headphones, laptops (Blade R2), earphones and keyboards from Razer and it's hit-miss with them. The keyboard sometimes starts repeating keys for no reason, one of the mice died...

Great sound, great quality, love the cord. I have some Sure earphones that were twice the price and these Adaro's definitely rival the experience

None, except the support from Razer. Mine came with a missing ear-piece and Razer can't send me a replacement... I found that to be a slap in the face

May, 2014

Consumer review by: Mindinversion (newegg.com)

Awesome set of headphones

 

Going into and coming back into sleep mode while these are attached can cause the audio to get muffled. . like a headphone cord that's half unplugged. I cannot determine whether this is an issue with my notebook or the headphones, so I'm mentioning it....

Clear vibrant sound, [mostly] well constructed, long battery life

Charging port cover is delicate enough that it came off the second time I attempted to pull it back. I was as gentle as I could be, but I guess it was more delicate

Apr, 2014

Product Specifications

Configuration

Active Noise Cancellation: No
Dolby PL / AC3: No
Earclip: No
Neckband: No

General Features

Ear Canal Headphone:Not Applicable / Yes
Product Type:Headphones / In Ear Headphones
Signal Connection:Wired
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