Razer Adaro Headset Bluetooth Compatibility?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Ravenger, Jan 14, 2017.

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  1. _Ravenger_

    _Ravenger_ New Member

    Hello to everyone!! As in the title, are there anyone who knows which device is compatible with the Adaro wireless headset?
    In particular, I'd like to know if the headset works with windows phone 8.1 and also with windows 10.
    Thanks in advance! :)
     
  2. RaptureHearts

    RaptureHearts Gamer Geek Girl

    It should be compatible with any Bluetooth-enabled devices.
     
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  3. _Ravenger_

    _Ravenger_ New Member

    Thanks!!! I've just bought it and works great!! :)
     
  4. okonietoperza

    okonietoperza Active Member

    Don't forget it supports AptX, so you might want to make sure your device does as well, for totally lag-free music listening (which is nice especially for videos)
     
  5. RaptureHearts

    RaptureHearts Gamer Geek Girl

    Those headphones are really great! One of my favorites for sure, especially when using it with mobile devices :relaxed:
     
  6. _Ravenger_

    _Ravenger_ New Member

    yes it does and in fact that's awsome! :D thousand times better than my last headphone!
    yes they are!! i've bought them last week and i can't already live without them :heart_eyes:
     
  7. Hadesgatee

    Hadesgatee Active Member

    Is the "Razer Adaro Wireless" durable = made out of aluminum and does it feel like this as well?
    How long do the batteries actually last and are they removable/changable?
    Are they foldable?
    Carry convienence in a backpack?

    I guess i would love to hear a few HONEST reviews and then preferably the downsides (obviously also positives, but less important). I would like to know more about how it is to carry them around in backpacks suitcases, around your neck, on your head.
    And it seems you good people can help me with that.
     
  8. okonietoperza

    okonietoperza Active Member

    @Hadesgate
    Seems like google can help you with that
     
  9. _Ravenger_

    _Ravenger_ New Member

    I answer you in my brief experience:
    1.they feel "durable" (if I understand what do you mean) and solid too
    2.i don't know about the battery but i bought them 5 days ago and they are still working with an usage of 3 or 4 hours per day
    3.the battery isn't removable
    4.they are a bit too big but I can carry them without no problem at all in my backpack
    5.In the end I think they are great because in my head they fell better than other headsets I've ever tried (and I tried lots of them), in the neck too but as I said, they are a bit big so you feel them a bit cumbersome but not so much
    my last suggestion is, if you're lucky, to find them in a shop and try them out because that's the only way to understand if they sound good for you or not. I live in Italy and I hadn't the opportunity to try them but I've been luck and honestly I like them very much and I think they are the best I've ever tried!
    (they sound great with both classical and metal music with their great basses sound ;) )
     
    Last edited: Jan 25, 2017
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