Razer Opus review

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Specs / Features


Overview
Type Over-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Specification
Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date May 19, 2020
Size
Weight 265 grams
(9.35 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Android Authority

Strikes a great balance between affordability and premium features

from Android Authority

The Razer Opus is comfortable, lightweight, and sturdy. It offers largely accurate audio — a feat in and of itself, given Razer’s historically bass-y leanings. Its noise cancelling isn’t best in class, but it offers a decent amount of attenuation. The battery life isn’t the best you’ll...More

The Razer Opus is comfortable, lightweight, and sturdy. It offers largely accurate audio — a feat in and of itself, given Razer’s historically bass-y leanings. Its noise cancelling isn’t best in class, but it offers a decent amount of attenuation. The battery life isn’t the best you’ll find, but it’s no slouch. If there’s any single real disappointment it’s the microphone, which sounds flat-out bad. If your budget is $200 and not a penny higher, this will cover all the bases easily.

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TechHive

Solid midrange ANC headphones

from TechHive

The Razer Opus is a mid-range active noise-cancelling headphone that nails sound and comfort, but falls short in terms of noise cancellation and overall feature set.

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The Razer Opus is a mid-range active noise-cancelling headphone that nails sound and comfort, but falls short in terms of noise cancellation and overall feature set.

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GSMArena

A great pair of cans for the money

They offer a lot of nice features for the price and they don't look half-bad. They offer a comfy fit with a subtle and stylish look. If you have never owned a pair of noise-cancelling earphones and are a longtime fan of the Razer brand, the Opus won't disappoint.

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They offer a lot of nice features for the price and they don't look half-bad. They offer a comfy fit with a subtle and stylish look. If you have never owned a pair of noise-cancelling earphones and are a longtime fan of the Razer brand, the Opus won't disappoint.

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Review Geek

Razer’s first try at a set of “lifestyle” headphones is pretty sharp

from Review Geek

The Opus is an interesting product from Razer, as they lack any of the branding that you’d normally find on a Razer device—there isn’t a triple snake logo in sight. I like the understated look, and while the sound quality isn’t great, it’s still quite good. If Razer tweaks the apps to allow user EQ settings, that would help.

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The Opus is an interesting product from Razer, as they lack any of the branding that you’d normally find on a Razer device—there isn’t a triple snake logo in sight. I like the understated look, and while the sound quality isn’t great, it’s still quite good. If Razer tweaks the apps to allow user EQ settings, that would help.

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TechRadar

Noise-cancelling headphones on par with Bose at half the cost

from TechRadar

The Razer Opus is Razer's first foray into a non-gaming, noise-cancelling headset, and it pays off better than we could have expected. Design, sound quality and battery life are all there. Our only real complaint is the small size of the ear cups – and even that isn't really a bad thing.

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The Razer Opus is Razer's first foray into a non-gaming, noise-cancelling headset, and it pays off better than we could have expected. Design, sound quality and battery life are all there. Our only real complaint is the small size of the ear cups – and even that isn't really a bad thing.

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The Verge

Surprisingly competent wireless headphones

from The Verge

These aren’t Razer’s magnum opus. But as its first set of noise-canceling headphones aimed at persuading people away from the Sonys and Boses of the world, the Opus is a solid, feature-loaded start.

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These aren’t Razer’s magnum opus. But as its first set of noise-canceling headphones aimed at persuading people away from the Sonys and Boses of the world, the Opus is a solid, feature-loaded start.

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Engadget

Excellent audio, solid ANC and a comfy fit at a great price

from Engadget

Razer may be better known for its gaming gear, but the company is no slouch in the audio department. The Opus noise-cancelling headphones sound amazing thanks to THX-certified sound quality and handy EQ presets. Plus, the ANC does a solid job of blocking out would-be distractions. Top that off wi...More

Razer may be better known for its gaming gear, but the company is no slouch in the audio department. The Opus noise-cancelling headphones sound amazing thanks to THX-certified sound quality and handy EQ presets. Plus, the ANC does a solid job of blocking out would-be distractions. Top that off with a lightweight and comfy fit and you’ve got a great option for $200.

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Android Central

Fantastic sound, amazing price

from Android Central

Razer's understated design hides a powerhouse of audio quality at a price point few are going to be able to compete with.

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Razer's understated design hides a powerhouse of audio quality at a price point few are going to be able to compete with.

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XDA Developers

Great wireless ANC headphones for the price

from XDA Developers

The Razer Opus offers great audio quality, excellent noise cancellation, decent voice quality, stellar battery life, and is very comfortable to wear, so I feel the Opus is definitely worth your consideration. Razer isn’t just cashing in on its brand name with the Opus—they’ve put effort into making a great pair of wireless headphones.

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The Razer Opus offers great audio quality, excellent noise cancellation, decent voice quality, stellar battery life, and is very comfortable to wear, so I feel the Opus is definitely worth your consideration. Razer isn’t just cashing in on its brand name with the Opus—they’ve put effort into making a great pair of wireless headphones.

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Digital Trends

A budget ANC champ

from Digital Trends

The Razer Opus are not without their shortcomings — but they’re minor, and the affordable audio quality and active noise cancellation featured in these headphones far outweigh those issues.

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The Razer Opus are not without their shortcomings — but they’re minor, and the affordable audio quality and active noise cancellation featured in these headphones far outweigh those issues.

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