Here we have the full review of Razer Nommo pro Gamming with revolutionizing advancements in technology, every day a new product shows up and it is usually better than its previous counterparts. This time around, a new pair of Razer PC speakers launched and experts gave their crucial acclaim on it. Razer Nommo comes with a lot of upgraded features and its overall styling and general appearance has improved too. The speakers have a good sound quality which makes spending 500 pounds on it worth the speakers.
The Most Important Features:
The speakers come with a 3.5 mm aux input cable, a control pod, an optical cable and some mandatory Razer stickers circling the frame of the product. These accessories and the packing of the product are great as they go well with the speakers. Their power lead has a ferrite core around it so they are very power efficient and their performance capability is improved. However, people argue that it is not required for PC speakers and is a luxury to be associated with professional and studios sound system.
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) just like other PC speakers is not mentioned and that makes it hard for the customers to make a decision on whether to buy the product or not. Razer Nommo Pro, however, does come with a THX certification which ensures that audio distortion is minimum and it can become unnoticeable on loud volumes. That’s a win-win situation for the purpose of speakers is to increase the volume right.
Talking about the sound and hearing range, the Razer Nommo Pro has the classic 20-20 range meaning that the lower end is at 20 HZ while the higher end is at 20,000 Hz when it comes to the frequency of audio being played. This is generally good as people who are aging tend to lose a great portion of their hearing capability, but with this, they can both hear and ‘feel’ the bass.
The Razer Nommo Pro speakers work great with gaming and are even better for listening to music. The audio quality is amazing and is comparable with some of the coolest speakers in the market. The modern speakers are designed primarily for loud music so do not go well with the serene classical one, but these Razer speakers work equally well with all kinds of music brought its way. Along with music, it has a very nice gaming experience to offer too. So, we can easily say that Razer Nommo Pro is doing quite well, for now which makes us await their next products to review too.