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Is Razer Adaro Wireless a Bass Heavy Headphones?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Diaruys, Apr 26, 2017.

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  1. Diaruys

    Diaruys New Member

    I'm using Razer Kraken Pro as to listen to music and playing video games and I think that I'm going wireless as it is far more easier to move around my house without any wire hanging around. I'm looking forward to buy the Razer Adaro Wireless and I would like to know on how the music sounds like. Is it good? Comfortable? Is it a bass-heavy wireless headphone? Because I love bass :heart:

    I'll be happy if the Razer Community could give a feedback.
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  2. FunkySkill

    FunkySkill Member

    1. I guess every Razer Headphones have heavy bass and you can change it in Razer synapse and 2. Why dont you go with Man o War ?
  3. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    the bass is ok, but there are defintely better options out there
    however the quality is much better than the kraken pro's

    so it depends for how much you would get them, i got mine for about 60€ on amazon and for that price it's ok, however for the original price there are much better bass headphones like the sony xb950bt or the skullcandy crusher wireless
  4. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I haven't used the Adaro Wireless, but I do own the Adaro Stereo headphones, and they are not nearly as bass heavy as the various models of Kraken that I've used. I actually prefer the sound on the Adaro headset that I have, especially when listening to music, TV, movies, etc. (when gaming I have a set of the Tiamat 7.1's that I use with my PC, or if I don't want personal sound I use the Leviathan speaker setup) So, if you're looking for something really bass heavy then the Adaro line might not be the right way to go, though it doesn't hurt to toy with the available software settings to see if you can customize it for your needs.
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