Razer unleashes Adaro series of headphones and earbuds for bass-addicts

by Gareth Mankoo

Razer has launched the Adaro series of headphones and other sound accessories for audiophiles looking for some crisp sound. The Adaro In-Ear Analog earphones, the Stereo Analog Headphones, Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, and DJ Analog Headphones all seem geared and ready to pack the usual Razer punch with the company’s focused entry into the entertainment sphere. The analog earphones from the Adaro range pack some heavy bass, 10mm dynamic drivers and a precision milled aluminum body. The stereo analog headphones come built with 40mm neodymium magnet drivers, leatherette ear cushions and an anti-tangle braided-fiber cord. Bringing up the rear are the Bluetooth headphones that run on Bluetooth 4.0 and offer aptX technology and the the DJ Analog cans for professionals

The analog earphones will cost you $80, the stereo analog headphones $100, the wireless Bluetooth headphones $150 and the DJ headphones $200. Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan said, “Making technically advanced headsets to meet the extraordinary requirements of professional gamers has been a primary focus for us for years, and applying that competency to the development of headphones designed for music lovers is a natural extension for the business and our fans. For some time now, we’ve been asked to come out with a line of headphones that addresses the other interests of our community. The Razer Adaro lineup offers just that: high-quality, portable audio for kicking-back, traveling and training, and even for making music.”




[Via – Slashgear]

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