Razer today announced its new Adaro series, an entirely new line of headphones that it claims are designed for personal entertainment. Initially the new lineup contains four models, bass-heavy earphones, Bluetooth headphone, DJ-style headphones and analog stereo headphones. According to the company, when designing the Adaro lineup, it kept a heavy focus on durability, comfort and “uncompromised” sound quality.
The Razer Adaro in-ear analog earphones are perfect for on-the-go listening pleasure. They’re fashioned out of aircraft grade aluminum, finished with diamond-cut edges, and come with a compact carrying case. The earphones tout custom tuned 10mm neodymium drivers, which basically means that they’re as much about performance as they are about sleek looks. Priced $79.99, the Adaro in-ear earphones will be available for pre-order in January through Razer’s website.
Adaro Bluetooth Headphones will appeal to those who prefer not having to deal with cords at all. Using Bluetooth 4.0 the headphones can connect to any Bluetooth enabled device and offer high performance through their 40mm neodymium magnet drivers that are housed in a fully adjustable custom developed form factor. Offering over 20 hours of playback, the Bluetooth headphones provide CD quality audio and feature leatherette ear cushions as well as playback and volume controls. They’ll be available for preorder in January through the company’s website for $149.99.
Razer designed its Adaro DJ-style headphones with “producers, performances and discerning music listeners in mind.” They feature a closed ear cup design for optimal sound isolation and tout 50mm dynamic drivers that deliver natural sounding acoustics and heavy bass. Drivers are housed in mixing-friendly padded ear cups that can swivel, rotate and collapse into a compact form factor. The company says that the industrial design and engineering teams partnered up to come up with a mix of metals and plastic that produce a form factor that’s lightweight but durable enough to “take a beating.” They’ll be available for preorder through the website later this month as well for $199.99.
Last but not the least, Razer’s Adaro stereo headphones were designed with portability, uncompromising audio and comfort in mind. Housed in a lightweight form factor are custom tuned 40mm dynamic drivers. The headphones have a fully adjustable architecture with leatherette ear cushions and an anti-tangle braided fiber cable. Available for pre-order later this month the Adaro stereo headphones cost $99.99.
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