The Razer Barracuda X simply got a refresh and 2 brand-new brother or sisters in the lineup.
Razer is pumping up the jams with a trio of brand-new headsets, consisting of a refresh of among our preferred video gaming headsets.
The Barracuda X is a flexible video gaming headset with cordless and wired efficiency that might deal with PC, consoles, and almost any gadget supporting analog audio. Razer is now updating(Opens in a brand-new window) it and completing the lineup with the Barracuda and Barracuda Pro. The Barracuda X stays at the bottom of the prices tier at simply $99 while the Barracuda leaps up to $159 and the Pro design strikes at $249. All 3 designs are offered today.
The primary upgrade to the Barracuda X is its 50 hours of battery life, double that of the initial. It likewise gets Bluetooth 5.2 connection as part of Razer’s brand-new SmartSwitch Double Wireless system
SmartSwitch Double Wireless functions on all 3 brand-new headsets and enables them to link to both a Bluetooth gadget and their 2.4GHz HyperSpeed cordless dongle at the very same time, and switch in between audio sources with journalism of a button. Comparable performance has actually appeared on other headsets, such as in a number of from SteelSeries’ Arctis lineup.
The Razer Barracuda and Barracuda Pro are indicated to step things up from the Barracuda X, and have some functions and physical upgrades towards that end. Both designs leap from 40mm motorists to 50mm, with the Barracuda utilizing titanium and the Pro utilizing “Bio-Cellulose” in their chauffeur styles. Both likewise include THX Spatial Audio— something that would cost additional for the Barracuda X. The last upgrade that sets the Razer Barracuda Pro apart from the restis Hybrid Active Sound Canceling.
The higher-end headsets likewise dispose the removable boom mic of the Barracuda X in favor of beamforming mics, likely in an effort to have them much better fit in between specific niches as headsets that are fit for video gaming and daily usage.