Razer released first set of wireless ear buds in 2019 and now the company is ready with its second pair, the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro. The sale begins in United States on sale Friday for $199.99. It have active noise cancellation and THX audio certification to the mix. The Hammerhead True Wireless Pro uses hybrid ANC to nullify both external and unwanted internal noise by generating inverse sound waves simultaneously.
Passive noise isolation also helps there and Razer has switched to a proper in ear design unlike the AirPods esque open style of the original Hammerhead True Wireless. Along with the usual silicone options (six different sets of them), the company is including a set of medium Comply foam ear tips in the box to help you get the most secure, sealed off fit possible to better enhance sound quality.
The Hammerhead True Wireless Pro are rated IPX4 for water and sweat resistance. The company claims, they last up to 20 hours total with the case factored in the earbuds can make it through four hours of continuous listening, which is about an hour below competitors like the AirPods Pro and Bose QuietComfort Earbuds. There’s also no wireless charging, which is disappointing to see at this level. You control the buds with the touch-sensitive Razer logo button on each one.
As for the THX certification, details such as frequency range and response are evaluated, and the device must be capable of delivering clear, detailed vocals and deep impactful bass with zero distortion at high volumes.
The Hammerhead True Wireless Pro feature 10mm drivers and still include a Game Mode that the company claims can cut latency in half compared to other true wireless earbuds supporting SBC / AAC.