In-Ear Headphones

Razer Hammerhead Pro In-Ear Headphones

Razer Hammerhead Pro In-Ear Headphones

The gaming focused manufacturer Razer announced the Hammerhead and Hammerhead Pro in-ear headphones, with the latter adding an omni-directional microphone with an in-line remote for phone-call control and convenient voice communication. Both in-ear headsets are machined out of aircraft-grade aluminum, include 9mm neodymium drivers encased in a matte, brushed surface finish with three interchangeable ear-tips, optional bi-flange attachments, and a compact carrying case for portability.

The inner acoustics chambers of each Hammerhead earphone features a sonically optimized design to increase aural resonance. The company claims the headphones produce a sound signature packing strong bass while maintaining crystal clear mid-levels and highs.

“The Razer Hammerhead and Hammerhead Pro’s unrivalled durability and deep bass tones are fantastic for any gamer or music listener with an active lifestyle,” says Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder, CEO and creative director.

Razer Hammerhead Pro in-ear headphones

Price and Availability
Both new Razer headphones will be available in U.S. and Europe in August 2013.

  • Razer Hammerhead $49.99 / €49.99
  • Razer Hammerhead Pro $69.99 / €69.99

Features:

  • Machined lightweight aluminum body
  • Advanced passive noise isolation
  • Interchangeable ear-tips with bi-flanges
  • Powerful drivers for supreme audio fidelity with extreme bass
  • Compatible with iPhone, Android and mobile devices
  • Omnidirectional microphone
  • Audio/Mic splitter adapter for PC connection

Headphones:

  • Drivers : 9 mm Neodymium Magnets with CCAW
  • Frequency Response : 20 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Impedance : 16 Ω
  • Sensitivity @ 1 kHz : 106 dB
  • Input Power : 1 mW @ 126 mV
  • Cable Length : 1.3 m / 4.27 ft
  • Approximate Weight : 12.5 g / 0.03 lbs
  • Connector: Analog 3.5 mm Combined Jack (Headphone and Mic)

Microphone (Pro only):

  • Frequency response : 50 Hz – 10 kHz
  • Signal to Noise Ratio : 55 dB
  • Sensitivity (@1kHz) : -42 dB +/-3 dB
  • Pick Up pattern : Omni-Directional
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