The Razer Opus X is available for $99.99 (approximately Rs. 7,300) in the United States and on Razer’s official website in the area.
Razer has released new Opus X wireless headphones that are both inexpensive and feature-rich. Active noise cancellation (ANC) and a low-latency gaming mode are included in these headphones. The headphones have built-in microphones for calling and gaming, as well as 40mm speakers that have been custom-tuned for a rich audio experience. There’s also a ‘Quick Attention’ setting that lets the outside sound in, in addition to ANC. The Razer Audio app, which is available on both Apple’s App Store and Google Play, may be used to pair the Opus X wireless headphones. Comfort is provided by velvety leatherette ear cushions and an adjustable headband on the wireless-only headphones.
Price and availability of Opus X
The Opus X is available for $99.99 (approximately Rs. 7,300) in the United States and on Razer’s official website in the area. Green, Mercury, and Quartz are the three color possibilities for wireless headphones. Opus X comes with a two-year warranty and a 14-day money-back guarantee.
Specifications and characteristics of Opus X
The new headphones include a cushioned leatherette headband that adjusts to fit different head sizes. They also include a rotating circumaural ear cup and leatherette ear cushions for added comfort and grip. There are volume controls on the side, as well as a multi-function button in the middle. It’s used to switch between low-latency ‘Gaming Mode’ and standard mode. There’s also a power button and a status indicator, as well as a switch between ANC and ‘Quick Attention’ modes. A USB Type-C charging connector and a mic diaphragm are located on the bottom of the right earcup. Because the Opus X lacks a 3.5mm headphone connector, it can only be utilized with Bluetooth headphones.
The headphones include a 20Hz to 20,000Hz frequency range, 40mm custom-tuned speakers, and Bluetooth v5 connectivity. The Opus X wireless headphones, according to Razer, can last up to 30 hours with ANC enabled and up to 40 hours without it. Its ‘Gaming Mode’ provides customers with a 60ms low-latency connection. The Razer Audio app gives you more control over your headphones.