Razer is getting into the over-ear wireless headphone game. After dipping its toe into “lifestyle audio” with last year’s Hammerhead wireless earbuds, the Razer Opus sees the company take the plunge into over-ear Bluetooth headphones with active noise-cancelling. Even in a category with entrenched leaders and long-standing favorites, Razer still manages to make an impression. The Razer Opus isn’t exactly an audiophile’s headphone; Its sound is clear, but not flawless. It has the features most people need, but not necessarily the ones power users want. And yet, the Opus’s quality and performance is in the same ballpark as the biggest names in the game in all the ways that count, while drastically undercutting them on price.
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