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Razer Opus

Razer Opus
alaScore 90

12 reviews

Dec, 2022

alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews of Razer Opus. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the price and design. The usability and comfort also get good feedback. Some have doubts about the treble quality and soundstage.

sound, comfort, usability, design, price

size, bass quality, soundstage, treble quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Razer Opus is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Nick Woodard (digitaltrends.com)

Razer Opus wireless headphones review: A budget ANC champ

 

Razer has released its newest headphones, the Razer Opus, a lifestyle product that aims to affordably provide solid sound quality and good noise cancellation.

Comfortable design ; Premium look and feel ; Awe-inspiring ANC ; Great sound quality

Standard battery life ; Outdated Bluetooth tech

May, 2020

Expert review by : Will Greenwald (pcmag.com)

Razer Opus Review

 

Balanced sound signature with plenty of high-frequency clarity ; Solid noise cancellation for lower frequencies ; Comfortable design

Relatively weak bass ; Noise cancellation does little for higher frequencies

As long as you don't expect big bass, the Razer Opus headphones offer active noise cancellations and crisp, clear sound at a reasonable price.

Jun, 2020

Expert review by : Cameron Faulkner (theverge.com)

Razer Opus review: surprisingly competent wireless headphones

 

Razer's foray into noise-canceling headphones is a hit

Good sound quality ; Automatically pauses when you take them off ; Comfortable ; USB-C charging

Can’t support simultaneous Bluetooth connections ; ANC lets in a little too much noise

Razer’s new Opus over-ear, wireless headphones do a lot to justify their $200 price tag. They have noise cancellation, USB-C charging, satisfactory battery life, and a comfortable fit, though they don’t punch far above their price.

May, 2020

Expert review by : Mike Epstein (laptopmag.com)

Razer Opus wireless headphones review

 

The Razer Opus wireless headphones are a pair of inexpensive cans with long battery life

Good ambient noise cancelling ; Useful auto-pause feature ; Long battery life ; Great value

Bass could be stronger ; Mobile-only EQ software has limited functionality ; Auto-play feature doesn’t work well

The Razer Opus wireless headphones, the company’s first stab at general-use headphones, deliver good sound at a great price.

May, 2020

Expert review by : Jake Thauvette (rtings.com)

Razer Opus Wireless 2021 Review

 

The Razer Opus Wireless 2021 are the stealth version of the Razer Opus Wireless 2020. Without any announcements, Razer quietly replaced their 2020 model with thi...

Comfortable and well-built design. Long-lasting continuous battery life. ANC blocks out ambient chatter. EQ presets available.

Mic has mediocre noise handling. Closed off passive soundstage. No multi-device pairing. ANC struggles to cut down bass-range noise like bus engine rumbles.

The Razer Opus Wireless 2021 are good for neutral sound. Using their 'Amplified' EQ, which results in the flattest frequency response, they have a warm sound profile that delivers extra boom and warmth. That said, while vocals and lead instruments also...

Apr, 2022

Expert review by : Jake Thauvette (rtings.com)

Razer Opus Wireless 2020 Review

 

The Razer Opus Wireless 2020 are very good over-ear ANC headphones that offer an excellent price-to-performance ratio. Unlike most of Razer's products that are d...

Integrated microphone can be used wired. Excellent price-to-performance ratio. Fully compatible with both PS4 and Xbox One. Dedicated companion app gives access to EQ presets. Easy-to-use physical buttons. Outstanding ANC. Comfortable and well-built...

Slightly uneven treble range may be piercing to some listeners. Over-ear design may cause you to sweat more than usual. Mediocre microphone performance. No multi-device pairing. Can't be used while charging.

The Razer Opus are great headphones for neutral sound listening. They have a very well-balanced and accurate sound profile out-of-the-box that's versatile enough for all genres or content. You can also customize the way they sound via EQ presets within...

Jun, 2020

Expert review by : Adam Patrick Murray (techhive.com)

Razer Opus review: Solid midrange ANC headphones

 

Razer is stepping out of the realm of gaming to release the Opus, a pair of ANC headphones with a good sound and a reasonable price tag, but limited features.

Bright, punchy sound ; Comfortable and basic design ; Easy to use controls

Subpar ANC performance ; Very limited feature set ; Signal noise is present

For the price point the Razer Opus is above average when it comes to audio quality and comfort, but is below average in terms of active noise cancelling and overall features. Aiming for $200 price is a great move from Razer for a first attempt into the...

Expert review by : Sachin Bahal (TheCanadianTechie)

Razer Opus Headphones Review

 

Razer has been known for its audio products for more than a decade but those were mostly gaming headsets. However, this year they've launched their first wireless Bluetooth headphones with the Razer Opus. Design & Hardware Unlike the company's gaming...

Foldable design ; Very comfortable ear cushions ; Comes with a nice carrying case ; Sounds good and Active Noise Cancellation works well ; Great battery life (up to 25 hrs)

Opus app doesn’t give much customization options other than EQ presets (no custom EQ option) ; The hybrid mode requires holding down the button to use ; The buttons on the headphones are small

Overall, the Razer Opus is a great pair of ANC headphones that is a cheaper alternative to the higher-end ANC headphones by Sony and Bose.

Oct, 2020

Expert review by : Cameron Summerson (reviewgeek.com)

Razer’s First Try at a Set of “Lifestyle” Headphones Is Pretty Sharp

 

The Opus is Razer's first foray into “lifestyle” headphones. With a surprisingly understated design, these are made to wear anywhere and anytime. They have ANC, are THX-certified, and cost $199. Overall, they're solid—but if sound quality is your...

May, 2020

Expert review by : Bill Thomas (techradar.com)

Razer Opus review

 

Not a gaming headset, the Razer Opus sees the gamer lifestyle brand branch out into personal audio.

Snazzy design Great noise cancellation Tight fit

No manual sound tuning Don't get very loud

The Razer Opus is Razer's first foray into a non-gaming, noise-cancelling headset, and it pays off better than we could have expected. Design, sound quality and battery life are all there. Our only real complaint is the small size of the ear cups – and...

May, 2020

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