Does the Razer Nari Essential, nari and ultimate customisation in synaps?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by YouAlreadyKnow0, Feb 7, 2020.

  1. I maybe want to buy one of those headsets, can somebody give me a clear answer?
     
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  2. kennethyha

    kennethyha Active Member

    Nari Essential is cheaper but it doesn't has lighting and the dongle is big which cannot be kept in the headphone. Nari is slightly more expensive but its dongle can be kept in the headphone and it has lighting. Nari Ultimate is basically the same as Nari but it has addition vibration motor in it which provides haptic feedback when you are wearing it for gaming.
     
  3. But is there an equalizer for them all avaible?
     
  4. kennethyha

    kennethyha Active Member

    Yes, via Razer Synapse Software. It's laggy and not responsive for my Lenovo Y520 i57300HQ GTX 1050 with 8GB RAM with 480GB SSD. After you click the synapse you need to wait about 2 seconds for it to appear on the screen. I notified the software team via feedback but they seemed to be too busy to fix it. However, I should say the Nari that I own is really comfy and clear in terms of sound when playing CSGO. I like Razer a lot but their software really needs to improve especially on mid to low end PCs. If you have a beastly PC then you should not have the delay upon launching Synapse. Razer make good hardwares (don't listen to the reviews on the internet blindly, mine lasted for about a year and it is still working perfectly. Moreover, the contact point of the earpiece is made out of foam so it doesn't crack until now unlike Bose.) but their software needs tons of improvement. I know it is hard to make it fast as there are a lot of features in it but at least give users the choice to select performance mode which uses minimal resources and disable the features that they don't use.
     
  5. How is the sound for music?
    and can you use it on your phone by a audio jack to usb adapter?
     
    Last edited: Feb 9, 2020
  6. kennethyha

    kennethyha Active Member

    I think yes. I haven't tried it before. For my Nari it does provide all 3 options, wired, wireless via dongle and headphone jack. I usually use wireless via dongle because it is more hassle free and I use wired when charging. Regarding the music part, it's awesome especially after you installed synapse. If you want louder music then you can switch to stereo mode. I recommend you this headphone over the other Razer headphone because it is one of the few headphone supported by Synapse 3.
     
  7. Which version do you have?
     
  8. kennethyha

    kennethyha Active Member

    Razer Nari.
     
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