Difference Between the Sirens

Discussion in 'Broadcaster' started by Godbert, Nov 26, 2017.

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  1. Godbert

    Godbert New Member

    Hello Everybody !
    i'm here because i'm wondering about purchasing a Razer microphone, but i honestly don't get the main differences between the mics; can someone explain it to me?
     
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  2. DictatorShadow

    DictatorShadow Well-Known Member

    1- Its Seiren
    2- This is a support issue
    3- I'll explain anyways

    Seiren:
    -$179, but 129 on sale
    -Aluminum base
    -14mm condenser capsules
    -4 different recording configurations: cardioid, stereo, omnidirectional, bidriectional
    -192 kHz/24-bit
    -Headphone voice monitoring realtime

    Seiren Pro:
    -$249, currently out of stock
    -Aluminum base
    -14mm condenser capsules
    -Same 4 different recording configurations
    -192kHz/24-bit
    -Headphone monitoring

    Differences between Seiren and pro:
    -XLR or USB. Allows for a mix board or instruments chained for a more high budget audio
    -High pass filter. Gets rid of humming noises or background noises: fans, A/C, etc.


    Seiren X:
    -$99
    -Reduces some background noise for better voice quality
    -Built in shock mount
    -A lot smaller
    -44.1kHz-44.8kHz/16 bit
    -Ø25mm condenser capsules
    -Headphone monitoring
    -Cardioid and supercardioid

    -Seems to not be compatible with razer shock mount, but a pop filter probably can attach
     
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  3. Hucast

    Hucast Well-Known Member

    I'm not an expert on Razer gear, and I'm definitely not the type who would ever use a mic. In fact the only social media worth it to me to participate in is Insiders. But just from looking at the product pages I would have gone with the Razer Seiren Pro, unfortunately its out of stock. So if I was into the market of purchasing a new mic I would have gone with the Razer Seiren which is even $50.00 dollars off then what it usually costs. Seems like a pretty good deal to me.

    I hope you enjoy your new mic which ever one you end up choosing.
     
  4. ChiefNieth

    ChiefNieth Active Member

    Basically, the Seiren X is a cheaper, lower quality microphone. Perfect for gaming and discord calls.
    The Seiren Pro is studio grade recording, which basically means you could ~perhaps~ record singing, rapping, whatever you are into. Also good for making YouTube videos. So if you are planning on recording the occasional song or whatever, or want to try to become a YouTuber, I'd recommend the Seiren Pro. If you only do gaming, I;d recommend the Serien X.
     
  5. ARMOR_152

    ARMOR_152 Well-Known Member

    If you don't know the differences, the X is plenty. No need to spend more. The Pro would do you no good at all. Even the mic's on their headsets are great.:thumbsup:
     
  6. ChiefNieth

    ChiefNieth Active Member

    The mic's aren't that great in my experience. I've used a couple Krakens, been told to get a new microphone...
     
  7. ARMOR_152

    ARMOR_152 Well-Known Member

    Really? Dang, I have the Kraken 7.1 V2's and they seem good. The original's weren't very good though I heard
     
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