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Razer Releases Pro Grade Mic For E-Sports Streaming

Hong Kong-based gaming company, Razer, has unveiled its new “professional grade” microphone, the Seiren Elite, for YouTube and live e-sports streaming.

The new Seiren Elite microphone (RRP A$299.95) adds to the company’s broadcaster range of pro-grade streaming equipment.

The device is a USB microphone specifically made for the needs of live gaming streamers and YouTube broadcasters.

With a built-in filter and limiter, Razer states the microphone offers a ” richer, warmer vocal tone” formerly only found in high-end broadcast equipment.

The built-in high-pass filter claims to remove unwanted low-frequency vibrations (e.g. aircon hums), whilst the limiter automatically adjusts audio gains to prevent distortion and popping.

Liang Tan, Razer Co-founder and CEO affirms the Seiren Elite removes the need for additional accessories usually found in pro broadcasting:

“Most professional-grade microphones require additional recording equipment, like mixers and converters, that you need to get your sound onto your PC”

“The Razer Seiren Elite solves that problem, letting broadcasters focus on their content and letting the Seiren Elite handle their audio”.

The Seiren Elite offers simplistic plug and play operation, forgoing the need for additional amplifers and signal converters.

The product compliments the company’s existing Broadcaster range, which includes the Razer Kiyo streaming camera with built-in ring light.

Further information can be obtained on Razer’s website here.


Product Specifications:

Key Features:
  • Single Dynamic Capsule – For rich and warm vocal quality
  • Inbuilt High-Pass Filter – For ultra-clean recording signals
  • Digital/Analog Vocal Limiter – For zero distortion
  • 16-bit/48kHz Resolution – To optimise your stream
  • Zero Latency Monitoring – For zero audio lag
  • Flat Frequency Response Monitoring – For accurately reproduced sound
Price and Availability: 
AUD $299.95 / NZ $349.95
Razerzone.com – January 2018
Worldwide – January 2018

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