Hammerhead True Wireless Pro launches – Meet the new TWS from Razer
Recently Razer launched a new TWS type in-ear headset, get to know the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro and its features!
In an attempt to surprise audiences, more specifically players, Razer launched a new True Wireless (TWS) in-ear headset, the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro. In this Pro version, we have active noise cancellation (ANC or active noise canceling), support for THX audio, and a large number of eartip size options. As the in-ear headset is geared towards games, the company says there is a low-latency mode to avoid audio delays during games.
What stands out the most in the new Razer TWS is its THX certification, which is a certification that theoretically guarantees high audio quality during the reproduction of sounds. However, it is interesting to note that Razer purchased THX in 2016 and there can obviously be a misrepresentation of the certificate by granting the THX “seal” on its headphones.
An interesting point in this Razer launch is the wide range of eartips that the company includes in the package of its new TWS headset. In addition to the classic silicone eartips in various sizes, the company also included Comply foam “tips” to provide better passive insulation for the user. To better understand the importance of eartips in the sound and isolation of the headset.
Regarding the low latency that Razer promises in its True Wireless in-ear headset, the company says that it is capable of reaching a response time of 50ms. However, it is strange to think that the company does not use more advanced Bluetooth audio codecs like aptX Low Latency, which promises a 40ms latency.
If you want to use Hammerhead Pro for sports, know that it is possible, as the TWS phone has IPX4 certification, which provides resistance to splashes and water and sweat.
Launch and availability
The Razer True Wireless Pro TWS in-ear headset is now on sale on the official Razer website for $ 200. According to the company, the handset will be available for sale at major retailers.
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