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Razer Moray

Razer Moray
alaScore 75

11 reviews

Mar, 2024

alaTest has collected and analyzed 11 reviews of Razer Moray. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Razer Moray is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 75/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by : Matthew Murray (

Razer Moray+ Mobile Gaming Communicator


The Razer Moray+ Mobile Gaming Communicator and the Nox Audio Specialist are both gaming headsets, but offer very different features and audio experiences.

Easily portable. Unobtrusive microphone. Decent sound isolation. Multiple ear tips include secure fit. Includes adapters for portable gaming devices.

No hardware-based audio adjustment. Can be slightly comfortable to wear over extended periods of time. Restricted frequency response limits utility outside of gaming. Unexceptional bass.

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Aug, 2010

Expert review by : David Carnoy (

Razer Moray In-Ear Headphones review: Razer Moray In-Ear Headphones


Razer is a gaming brand and as such, it markets its Moray headphones as in-ear noise-isolating "gaming" earphones. And while there really isn't anything different about them from other soft earbud-style headphones in their price class, they do indeed...

Razer's Moray in-ear headphones offer a comfortable, snug fit, and sound decent for the money. We also appreciated the inclusion of a carrying case and a two-prong adapter for airplane travel.

Not a ton of bass; sound quality isn't as detailed as more expensive earbuds.

The Razer Moray in-ear noise-isolating gaming headphones may not distinguish themselves all that much from their in-ear noise-isolating gaming headphones competitors, but they're a perfectly good, and affordable, set of earphones for the money.

Nov, 2008

Expert review by : Stuart Davidson (

Razer Moray+ Gaming Ear Phones


It's hard to believe it but it has been 20 years since Nintendo released the original Game Boy and since then, the portable gaming market has grown and developed significantly resulting in the advanced products we see today, namely the Sony PSP and the...

Oct, 2009

Expert review by : garfi3ld (

Razer Moray


Recently Razer has jumped into the Audio market in full force with a variety of headsets, speaker systems, and even a sound card (ok this has been out for a while but still). Obviously all of their products are geared towards the PC gaming community....

Although the idea of stuffing earbuds into my ears isn't my idea of a good time on a Friday night, I was pleasantly surprised by the performance and comfort of the Moray's. The in-ear design made for great ear plugs even when my sound was turned off,...

Feb, 2009

Expert review by : Tweak News (tweaknews)

Expert Review


The Moray didn't convince me to toss aside my set of over-the-ear headphones, but for laptop gamers or anyone who uses a portable music device this is a great step up in quality from the included ear buds. The best part is they carry a reasonable price...

Jan, 2009

Expert review by : OverClock Intelligence Agency (ocia)

Razer Moray In-Ear Headphones


During sound testing, the Razer Moray performed exceedingly well. The upper range had a crisp and clear sound. The sound was accurate and pleasant. There was no crackling at high volumes and no tinny intonation at high frequencies. The Moray's sound...

Dec, 2008

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Razer Moray Gaming Earbuds


We decided to hook the Razer Moray ear buds up to almost every device we had to test the sound quality. We tested them on an Ipod, Ipod Knockoff, Nintendo DS, and PC. Then on the music devices, we listened to several hours of various types of music and...

Nov, 2008

Expert review by : Joanna Safford (

Razer Moray


Razer wants you to know that its Moray in-ear noise-isolation gaming earphones are “the perfect complement to any mobile gaming device, such as the PSP, Nintendo DS, or any MP3 player.” As far as we're concerned, there's no reason to doubt the...

Annoyances aside, these gaming earphones effectively blocked 80 to 90% of all extraneous sounds, thanks to the passive noise reduction feature. I didn’t expect Razer's "extended bass-driven stereo" to be too impressive, but I was surprised how the...

Consumer review (

Huge sound!"


Love these earphones. The sound is incredible, the earphones fit comfortably(I generally have problems with earphones), the mic is crisp, and theportability is awesome. I have only had these for a few weeks, so I'm not sure about the lifespan..But...

Jun, 2012

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