Is the Adaro worth it?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Clickophobia, Jan 22, 2016.

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  1. Clickophobia

    Clickophobia Member

    Hi guys! I've been using the old Kraken Pro (White) for a while now, and the one thing that always bothered me were the wires. So I've been looking at other Razer Headsets and I've taken a liking to the Adaro Wireless. Anyone here with experience or suggestions? Even w/ other headsets that aren't part of the Kraken line would do! Thanks!
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  2. GameGH0ST

    GameGH0ST Active Member

    I haven't purchased any of the Adaro yet. I feel the same way you do. I do like the idea of the Adaro DJ because its got 50mm drivers. That sound would have to be amazing I'm assuming.

    I also like the Adaro wireless.

    The problem is that there is no microphone and if I got a phone call I'd be in for a show trying to beat the voicemail.

    Still waiting for a Razer wireless headset that also has a microphone.
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  3. Elfreid

    Elfreid Well-Known Member

    I have Tiamat 7.1, Kraken Mobile and Adaro Stereo. IMO, the difference between Adaro and Kraken is that Kraken has much heavier bass and Adaro has better overall sound quality.

    For me, Tiamat for gaming, Adaro for music and Kraken mobile on the go.
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  4. baotuan0.0

    baotuan0.0 Member

    For me, Tiamat for gaming, Adaro for music and Kraken mobile on the go.
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  5. richy877

    richy877 Active Member

    Im in the same boat as you. I was always curious to how the adaros sound. I tried the Krakens before and they were kind of bass heavy and lacked detail in vocals and instruments. If the Adaros addressed this issue I wouldnt mind purchasing a pair for travel or just chilling at a coffee shop. Wish there was a Razer store near where I live that I could try out all the gear. Only place thats close is Frys and best buy and they only carry keyboard mouse demos on select models.
  6. Elfreid

    Elfreid Well-Known Member

    I am not an audiophile. My opinion is that Adaro has much better detail in vocals and instruments compare to Kraken.
  7. robinsad

    robinsad Active Member

    I've never heard the kraken but I love my wireless Adaros. I do agree that the lack of mic is a shame though, even if it was an extra purchase that plugged into the micro USB or something.
  8. Rox598

    Rox598 Keyblade Master

    if you're going to get these get them from Amazon, they're cheaper here on Amazon so hopefully where you are they are too.

    I Bought a set of Adaro Wireless from somewhere else and tbh the signal on them breaks loads. I'll have it stop playing randomly every 20 secs on so and it's really fricken annoying not to mention they look massive on your head and I mean massive.

    Like i've said elsewhere, Think of Princess Leia from Star Wars and her buns on her head. now put a strap from bun to bun and that's how these look on your head.
  9. SkyweregamingNL

    SkyweregamingNL Active Member

    I have a pair of Adaro Stereo's and i really like it, the audio quality is amazing for a mobile device and i sometimes even prefer it over my Kraken Chroma 7.1's :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
  10. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    You could buy them an amazone, because there you can always return them if you dont like them that much
  11. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I own the Tiamat 7.1, the Hammerhead Pro and the Adaro Stereo and my Leviathan. I have the Leviathan and the Tiamat 7.1 hooked up for gaming, I use the Hammerhead Pro with my laptop when I travel and I use the Adaro Stereo for my tablet when watching TV/movies or listening to music. I agree with the statement that Adaro a better all around sound quality, but I still prefer the Tiamat for gaming. It's rich and delivers just what I need for the all-immersive feel with directional sounds when gaming.
  12. JZheng03

    JZheng03 Member

    adaro has amazing sound quality
  13. junzx1998

    junzx1998 Member

    Both item and sound quality are amazing and I highly recommend it. But I personally favour Kraken Croma over adaro since the croma lighting looks awesome n cool.
  14. IniAfi

    IniAfi Member

    i just trying my friend's adaro
    its an awesome headphone i think. i want to buy adari DJ if i had money, lol

    go buy it. worth it every penny !
  15. YuenX

    YuenX Member

    I personally prefer the kraken chroma
  16. I've tried my friend's kraken pros and they were pretty good~ but I heard that the adaro was made for sound quality rather than bass~ if you want a bass-ish audio experience then I guess go with the krakens and other razer peripherals?~
  17. wiking19950309

    wiking19950309 Active Member

    The Razer Kraken 7.1 is much better. Or if you want in ear with mic, than Hammerhead.
  18. HelldiverL9

    HelldiverL9 Active Member

    The Razer Krakens are probably the one of the worst headphones in the world for me, but the Adaros are pretty okay to me. I've tried the Stereo and the DJ, they are both much much better with comfortable bass (not that overpowering crap in the Kraken) and clear mids and highs. The DJs do sound a little bit flatter than the Stereo. They could all be priced a little lower, honestly.

    I'm not sure about the Wireless, but having seen and read some reviews I would suggest staying away from it. Apparently the thing speaks to you when pairing like "The device is connect", in broken English - a strong sign of generic OEM product/materials.
  19. venturePinkLacespot810

    venturePinkLacespot810 Active Member

    Chong, you've replied to 86 messages today, none of which have been more than a single sentence long. That is definitely post count boosting, which can get you temporarily banned from Insider, if I am correct. Try to be a part of the community by giving insightful opinions or actualy advice, rather than commenting "it's awesome" 8 times in a row.
    Here are the house rules of Razer Insider:
    Consider reading them.
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  20. SuijinZero

    SuijinZero Active Member

    It sounds good, better than the Kraken in some cases, it doesnt have 7.1 but hell it sounds very clear and good for multipurpose uses. I found myself reaching for the Adaro more than the kraken everytime i need to put on a pair of headphones, its also very lightweight and reduce ear fatigue compare to the kraken.
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