After the Razer Kiyo webcam, the company announced another new peripheral, the Razer Seiren X, a condenser microphone that claims to offer professional quality, and for that it uses 25mm capacitors for a better sensitivity when recording our voice or perform a live transmission. The microphone has its own built-in mounting system in the form of a base to become a compact solution.

In terms of specifications, the microphone uses an audio codec to record at 16 bits 44.1-48 kHz with a sensitivity of -38 dB, a response frequency of 20 Hz to 20 kHz, a sensitivity of 17.8 mV @ 1 kHz, and has zero latency monitoring to avoid lag, also having a headphone amplifier with an impedance of 16 ohms and a maximum power of 125mW.

“When Razer invited me to take a look at the first prototypes, it was amazing to see idea about the features and needs I have in my day-to-day life,” said Jericho, a well-known streamer on Twitch and YouTube.

“Content creators and streamers are a key part of our community,” said Min-Liang Tan, Co-founder and CEO of Razer.

“We have studied in depth the new needs of streamers, and we have designed very specific products for daily and professional use. The result is superior professional quality products that can be enjoyed even by the newest streamers that are joining the phenomenon. “

The Razer Seiren X will be available for purchase from next week at a suggested retail price of € 109.

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