Razer Silent Shark Wireless Headphones

The Chinese manufacturer has officially released its latest over-head music player on April 24. As per the official statement, the Razer Silent Shark Wireless Headphones are now officially available for reservations on Tmall. The price is set at Yuan 1,799, and the sales will begin on April 28.

Reports have told that the Razer Silent Shark headphones will come with the ultra-advanced Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) technology. THX will certify it. Further, THX’s experts have tested the headphones for the cinema-level immersive audio experience. We can expect more professional output at lower power consumption.

Razer utilizes the Active Noise Cancellation module to detect environment noise and produce reverse sound waves parallel to the noise. Hence, it is capable of diluting the background noise interference and adjust the patterns automatically as per the music flow.

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Razer Silent Shark Wireless Headphones

Furthermore, the Razer Silent Shark headphones adopt the dual-microphone digital noise reduction system. The dual-microphone hybrid active noise reduction module is further coupled with feedback and feedforward to a great extent. Ultimately, it ensures the depth and width of the noise reduction as well as dual-microphone digital noise reduction system throughout the headset.  It picks up the external noise intelligently and carries out multiple debugging protocols.

What about the power department of the latest headsets? Well, the Razer Silent Shark wireless headphones will bring about 25 hours of battery life on a single charge. It seems impressive given the usability of the equipment. You will have the USB-C Fast Charging approach to inflame the device quickly.

Only a few days to go for the new headphones by Razer to enter the market. The initial selling price will be Yuan 1,799, and the sales will commence right from April 28. For more updates on technology releases, keep visiting our website.

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Kuljit Sandhu

By Kuljit Sandhu

Kuljit is editor on various tech blogs and love to learn and write about the new tech.