Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro Review
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro
Razerthink – The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro Headphones are comfortable, stable, and strong, perfect for sports and outdoor activities. However, it lacks noise cancellation, even with ANC enabled. Battery life is only about 5 hours if it is turned on continuously.
But the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro can EQ your way through the companion app, and they have great latency modes. These headphones have a bass-heavy sound profile that some users might find boomy and drowning out. But their companion app offers a graphic EQ and presets so that you can tweak the sound to your liking.
Teaming up with THX for the latest addition to its portfolio, the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro are noise-canceling headphones that deserve THX Certification, and you can hear them.
The overall quality is excellent. These headphones are made of plastic which feels durable. They also have an IPX4 rating for water resistance. The Razer Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro comes with several different-sized ear tips. The cases have sturdy covers, especially when compared to the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless. Like most wireless earbuds, these headphones are highly portable. They can fit into most pockets, and the carry case is also relatively small.
The contrast gives the impression of a high-end product, although it is prone to smudges and scratches Apart from that, there is a minimalist design on the case, and there is a Razer logo pinned to the top of the lid. A Small LED in the middle shows the charging status. Unfortunately, there is no pairing button; instead, you can pair the earbuds to other devices by simply opening the case cover.
Once these headphones are in your ears, they stay in a solid position and don’t move much. So even while running and doing some other sports, they remain very stable in all situations. From a convenience perspective, they are pretty good. Whether it’s working out or watching some movies, you never feel the need to remove your earbuds for a break.
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro has a very bass-heavy sound profile, perfect for boomy genres like EDM.
Some interfere with the presence, detail, and clarity of lead vocals and
instruments. On the bright side, their companion app offers a graphic EQ and presets so you can tweak the sound to your liking.
Excellent frequency response consistency. Assuming you achieve a proper match with the included tip, you should get consistent sound reproduction every time you use it. The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro has fine peaks and dips performance. There is a peak between high and low-mid bass.
There is also a drop in the low treble, which covers the vocals and primary instrument. A peak in the mid-treble makes for a piercing S and T-like hiss. The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro’s stereo imaging is fantastic. The group delay is below the audibility threshold for the entire range, ensuring powerful bass and transparent treble reproduction.
The L/R drivers are also perfectly matched in amplitude, frequency, and phase, which are essential for accurate placement and localization of objects and instruments (such as sound and footsteps) in stereo images. These headphones are compatible with the THX surround sound feature found in the companion app, which is part of the presets.
- Battery type: Rechargeable
- Continuous Battery Life: 5 hours
- Additional fee: 4.0
- Total Battery Life: 25 hours
- Charging Time: 1 hour
- Power Saving Features: Standby mode
- Audio While Charging: Yes
- Passive Playback: No
- Charging port: USB-C
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro has pretty decent battery performance, but anyone who buys it should get even better considering the price.
They are advertised as having a battery life of around four hours, which is short. However, battery life may vary according to usage.
Luckily, there are about four extra charges in the carry case to help extend your listening time. You can also charge one earbud while using the other.
Software and App Support
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro comes with its mobile app, downloaded from the iOS and Android stores. Apps are connected and can change the earbuds even if they are not connected to the same device you are using.
It is a great design decision from Razer as it lets you make quick changes to the earbuds even while you’re watching a movie. The app is well laid out and intuitive to use. The home screen shows both earbuds’ battery status and lets you change the sound profile with the built-in equalizer. It also features several EQ presets, namely THX, Amplified, Enhanced Bass, Enhanced Clarity, and Vocal.
- App name: Razer Hammerhead True Wireless
- iOS: Yes
- Android: Yes
- macOS: No
- window: No
- Equalizer : Graphics + Preset
- ANC Control: No
- Microphone Control: No
- Room Effect: No
- Playback Control: No
- Button Mapping: Yes
- Nearby Support: Yes
The RazerHammerhead True Wireless Pro is now available on the Razer website for US$199.99
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro headphones feature noise cancellation and an IPX4 waterproof build. In addition, the sound quality is excellent, as these headphones have gone through a rigorous process of THX Certification.
The stemmed design goes stale, and the microphone quality leaves little to be desired. Nevertheless, you can persuade video and mobile gamers to buy these headphones because of the low latency Game Mode; you can get them at $199.95 on Amazon’s site, not including shipping. These aren’t bad headphones, but my advice is to consider and look at other options before buying them.