RANK #29

Razer Opus

"As long as you don't expect big bass, the Razer Opus headphones offer active noise cancellations and crisp, clear sound at a reasonable price."
As posted by pcmag.com

Pros

  • Comfortable design
  • Well-balanced and versatile sound profile
  • Good sound quality
  • USB-C charging
  • Great noise cancellation
  • Easy to use controls
  • Long battery life
  • Great build quality

Cons

  • Noise cancellation does little for higher frequencies
  • Can’t support simultaneous Bluetooth connections
  • Very limited feature set

Product Details

Date First Available:
May 19, 2020

Overall Rating

84.9%
The overall rating was calculated based on 2306 customer and expert reviews from 34 review sites and 4 stores.
We analyzed the sentiments related to these top topics for Headphones:
  • 95.2%
    Comfort
  • 91.2%
    Controls
  • 89.8%
    Build Quality
  • 86.7%
    Phone Calls
  • 87.7%
    Noise Cancellation
  • 88.5%
    Battery Life
  • 88.1%
    Design
  • 88.2%
    Sound Quality

Expert Reviews Rating

Excellent
9
Good
25
Fair
0
Poor
0
Bad
0

Customer reviews by store

Price Comparison

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    AMAZON.COM
    8,318 reviews
    $199.99
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Expert Reviews

As long as you don't expect big bass, the Razer Opus headphones offer active noise cancellations and crisp, clear sound at a reasonable price.

Read more on pcmag.com

Pros

  • Balanced sound signature with plenty of high-frequency clarity
  • Solid noise cancellation for lower frequencies
  • Comfortable design

Cons

  • Relatively weak bass
  • Noise cancellation does little for higher frequencies

The Razer Opus are good headphones for neutral sound listening. They have a very well-balanced and accurate sound profile out-of-the-box that's versatile enough for all genres or content. You can also customize the way they sound via a graphic EQ or presets within their companion app. They're decently consistent among various users or reseats, though you may have to adjust them slightly to experience their treble the same every time you use them.

Read more on rtings.com

Pros

  • Well-balanced and versatile sound profile.
  • Dedicated companion app gives access to graphic EQ and presets.
  • Excellent price-to-performance ratio.

Cons

  • Slightly uneven treble range may be piercing to some listeners.

Pros

  • Good sound quality
  • Automatically pauses when you take them off
  • Comfortable
  • USB-C charging

Cons

  • Can’t support simultaneous Bluetooth connections
  • ANC lets in a little too much noise

Not a gaming headset, the Razer Opus sees the gamer lifestyle brand branch out into personal audio.

Read more on techradar.com

Pros

  • Snazzy design
  • Great noise cancellation
  • Tight fit

Cons

  • No manual sound tuning
  • Don't get very loud

Despite coming from a company known for its PC gaming peripherals, the Razer Opus are a surprisingly capable set of wireless, over ear headphones

Read more on trustedreviews.com

Pros

  • Reliable ANC
  • Balanced audio
  • Lengthy battery

Cons

  • Mics pick up background noise

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.

Read more on techhive.com

Pros

  • Bright, punchy sound
  • Comfortable and basic design
  • Easy to use controls

Cons

  • Subpar ANC performance
  • Very limited feature set
  • Signal noise is present

The Razer Opus wireless headphones, the company’s first stab at general-use headphones, deliver good sound at a great price.

Read more on laptopmag.com

Pros

  • Good ambient noise cancelling
  • Useful auto-pause feature
  • Long battery life
  • Great value

Cons

  • Bass could be stronger
  • Mobile-only EQ software has limited functionality
  • Auto-play feature doesn’t work well

While it looks a lot like a different pair of Bluetooth noise cancelling headphones, the Razer Opus brings a lot to the table for a lot less.

Read more on androidauthority.com

It's Razer's first forte into the world of non-gaming headphones, and there's a lot to like.

Read more on techadvisor.com

Pros

  • Impressive ANC
  • Auto-pause technology
  • Well-balanced audio

Cons

  • Only one mode of ANC
  • Hold button to use Ambient Mode
  • A bit too quiet for some

Razer has released its newest headphones, the Razer Opus, a lifestyle product that aims to affordably provide solid sound quality and good noise cancellation.

Read more on digitaltrends.com

Pros

  • Comfortable design
  • Premium look and feel
  • Awe-inspiring ANC
  • Great sound quality

Cons

  • Standard battery life
  • Outdated Bluetooth tech

Mellow and easy-listening, but needs more dynamic punch and finesse to really excel

Read more on whathifi.com

Pros

  • Great build quality
  • rounded, mellow sound
  • reasonable detail

Cons

  • Dynamics aren’t the best
  • lacking drama

Mellow and easy-listening, but needs more dynamic punch and finesse to really excel

Read more on whathifi.com

Pros

  • Great build quality
  • rounded, mellow sound
  • reasonable detail

Cons

  • Dynamics aren’t the best
  • lacking drama

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