Razer Ifrit is a pro-grade low-profile broadcast headset

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Razer is well known for their gaming gear and headsets. The company has just released a “feature-packed, discreet headset” for those requiring professional-quality sound but more freedom while on camera. 

“With non-gaming live streaming becoming more popular, we designed the Razer Ifrit to appeal to broadcasters who want a lightweight, high-quality solution to their broadcast audio needs,” says Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and CEO. “Whether you’re IRL streaming, gaming, painting, cosplay costume building or cooking, the Razer Ifrit is the perfect headset to deliver audio to your viewers without bulky headphones and microphones getting in the way of what you do or what your viewers see.”

The Razer Ifrit low-profile broadcast headset.

The Razer Ifrit has a low-profile design and uses earbuds instead of the standard cans most headsets these days incorporate. The unidirectional condenser microphone delivers high-quality voice audio. With a single-wire connection, the Ifrit is suitable for streaming from all sources including Xbox One, PS4, mobile devices, or a number of other devices.

Main features of the Razer Ifrit include:

  • Pro-Grade Adjustable Condenser Mic – For true-to-life audio quality
  • Razer USB Audio Enhancer – For next-level, enhanced sound
  • Feature-Packed Discreet Design – For low-profile, powerful streaming
  • Ergonomic and Comfortable – For long-lasting, lightweight wear
  • Two 3.5mm Combo Jacks – For duo-streaming capability
  • Flat Frequency Response – For accurate audio reproduction
  • Earphones
    • Impedance: 32 ± 5% Ω
    • Type: Dynamic speaker
    • Diameter: 10 mm
    • Nominal/Max Input Power: 10 mW / 20 mW
    • SPL: 102 ± 3 dB at 1KHz, 1mW, IEC-318
    • Frequency Response: F0 ~ 20 KHz
  • Microphone
    • Type: 9.7mm, ECM unidirectional
    • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
    • Frequency Response: 100 ~ 10 KHz
    • Sensitivity: -41 ± 3 dB (9 mV/Pa) (at 1 KHz)
    • Max SPL: 110 dB

The Razer USB Audio Enhancer is also included but is available separately and works with any headset with a 3.5mm audio jack

The Razer Ifrit is now available on Razer.com and other retailers for $99.99USD. The USB Audio Enhancer is available on Razer.com for $19.99USD.

What do you think about the Razer Ifrit broadcast headset? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.

Last Updated on September 22, 2018.


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