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RAZER Mako 300W RMS 2.1 Speaker System - US Full - Retail

RAZER Mako 300W RMS 2.1 Speaker System - US Full - Retail
alaScore 82

17 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 17 reviews of RAZER Mako 300W RMS 2.1 Speaker System - US Full - Retail. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Speakers for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Speakers the RAZER Mako 300W RMS 2.1 Speaker System - US Full - Retail is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Unless you are poor..


To each is own if you are looking for speakers that have exceptional quality, for only $299, that have a great appearance then go with this. If you trying to use this as speakers for your 57" inch TV think again. These are great for my 37" or my...

Have you seen the Razer Makos? They sit subtly on one's desk with the subwoofer underneath. Though some may argue that the Logitech's are better, they are not.(I love my mx518 it's better than any Razer mouse, so I do love Logitech.) I must say though...

Not a good headset if you are to poor to afford it ; Placement(Where to put the speakers) is kind of confusing hopefully Razer can shed some light on this

Jul, 2009

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These speakers arn't worth half of what they want for them.

They turn on

I was totally expecting to be blown away by these speakers for what I've payed for them. Do not be fooled by the positive reviews here obviously left by Razor employees. The Altec Lansings that I replaced with these simply blew these speakers in away...

May, 2009

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in response to the response... of the response from Razer


the saying "you get what you pay for" is never wrong, Ever.

The mako system is of Extremely better quality. (do your self a favor and compare Razer with Logitech with the Better business bureau) ; the z-2300 IS UTTERLY RIDDLED WITH COMPLAINTS ; check out the Logitech forums for speakers, i counted 3 pages, in...

the mako is over priced by about 80$ ( I still plan on buying them in the very near future.)

May, 2009

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In responce to the maker....


You promote your own product because that's how you get paid, we understand, however don't make it seem like everyone NEEDS these particular speakers. Honestly for the price I expected much MORE out of your speakers, the Z-2300's out performed it's...

In response to the manufacturer reply a bit ago, of course you will support your own device over an opposing brand, however, hearing/owning both these and the Z=2300 I would recommend the Z=2300 over these ; First off, your paying way less for the...

Price, gimmick promotion ; Not really made for gamers - these speakers are more on the lines for Audio Editing, and even then, they only hit the "low end" quality for that ; Don't be fooled, there are much better out there, do your research and read up...

Apr, 2009

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Bomb! Flawless


Apr, 2009

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Incredible. To put it simply.


I'm coming from a Bose setup. I didn't think there was an "upgrade" from Bose when it came to 2.1 systems. I was wrong. I'm feeling the base through the keyboard as I type this. I hesitated to buy these because of the price. I was sick of no mid-range...

The bass is tight, powerful, room-filling. The satellites are super crisp and produce an incredible sound. It's like the members of Outlandish are recording this track in my room. It's a bizarre experience, sound quality this impressive

The price? But it's worth it. So very, very worth it. I could imagine someone saying that the satellite cables are too short for placement in a very large room, but I'm sitting in a 10' x 10' room and my satellites easily reach the furthest corners of...

Apr, 2009

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RAZER Mako 300W RMS 2.1 Speaker System - US Full - Retail


RAZER continues to come out with great products. I have the Piranha headset and a Diamondback mouse. No problems so far!

These are the best speakers I have ever had

None that I think of. Except my poor weak arms have trouble carrying around that sub woofer... Just kidding

Mar, 2009

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Really wish they could drop some kind of firmware update on the control pod to make it user friendly. I know they had to do something different when coming out with speakers like these, but that control pod could have used more thought. Other than...

Clear, beautiful sound. Have sat behind sound boards with monitors that wished they sounded like these

The control pod takes getting used to. I can handle most things on it now but there are a couple of buttons that still take me about five minutes each to activate

Mar, 2009

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Stop thinking about how to justify the cost....just get them!


Once you hear this system, you'll realize that a surround system is no longer important. People think that you need that in order to get that 'immersive' feeling with your audio. This will blow your mind as it did to my co-worker who just spent $4,500...

Wow....simply incredible quality. I use Razer keyboards and mouse and home and work. Those are ok quality, this thing is 100-fold better in quality

Maybe that it isn't a surround unit

Mar, 2009

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Not worth $400


Compared to the Logitech Z-2300, these sound about the same w/ music. I haven't tested gaming. Perhaps these are more optimized for gaming?

High Quality build and finish. Small form factor. Sound great

Overpriced. I actually found them $60 cheaper elsewhere

Nov, 2008