Razer has another section in its arrangement of "Wireless" earbuds, and they're known as the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro. A serious piece, yet these earbuds are THX ensured, highlight dynamic commotion dropping, and look a great deal at $199, like another famous wireless earbud, but can they compete?


  • In-ear design 
  • Active noise cancellation (ANC) 
  • 10mm driver 
  • Beamforming microphones 
  • Touch controls 
  • IPX4 splash-proof
  • MRP $199


How about we simply move this present: Razer's Hammerhead Pros are produced using plastic that I for one discover to be inadequate. Apple's AirPods Pro is loaded up with stick (a lot to the embarrassment of fix advocates), and along these lines feels significantly more generous. Samsung's Buds+ aren't loaded up with a stick, yet feel a lot higher caliber. Be that as it may, this (without anyone else) isn't a dealbreaker, as we'll see.
Indeed, the plastic is exceptionally flimsy and doesn't feel comparable to both of its greatest opponents, yet the Hammerhead Pros are IPX4 water safe, so it's not all terrible. Additionally, the lightweight is really helpful for longer listening.

Like the buds, the case for the Hammerhead Pros is produced using lesser plastics, yet it has a couple of things making it work; it closes with a lovely snap, it charges over USB-C, and the buds are attractively sucked into the case in a consoling manner.

 Sound Quality:

What the Hammerhead Pros need actual wonder they, fortunately, compensate for with extraordinary sound quality. I don't have AirPods Pro, yet I do have a couple of Samsung Buds+ and a couple of Sony WH-1000XM2s, and I'm glad to report that the Hammerhead Pros sound better (and only stronger) than the Buds. It is safe to say that they are in the same class as WH-1000XM2s? Not exactly, yet the edge is more modest than you'd suspect.

Dynamic noise cancellation is additionally a splendid spot. I Compare both Hammerhead Pro's ANC with the very much respected WH-1000XM2's ANC by playing a touch of repetitive sound (best noise cancellation ) on my work area speakers and the Hammerhead Pros are shockingly practically identical. These won't totally kill all the sound around you as some other premium buds will, however, it's as yet an eminent accomplishment.

 Battery Life:

Razer's Hammerhead Pro is cited at 4 hours of battery life in the buds themselves, and I discovered this to be somewhat of a stretch, yet not far-removed more like three to three-and-a-half with ANC on and the volume knocking. 

The case is cited for 16 hours of charge, which is the thing that you'd expect for a case of this size. It energizes the earbuds decently fast, as well.

 Should you buy them?:

Razer's Hammerhead Pros are acceptable wireless earbuds, however, they're not excellent earbuds. In any event, for the time being, our reality spins around online correspondence, and shopping a couple of earbuds at $199 with a terrible wireless microphone simply is certifiably not excellent. The sound quality for playback is there, presently we simply need to bring that over to voice calls and music and we'll be all set.

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