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Ragequitters Reviews: Razer Seiren Pro Studio Grade Microphone

Conclusion and Rating

 

So after spending some time with the Razer Seiren Pro microphone we have come to the following conclusions.

This is a beautiful, well made microphone using very high quality capsule microphones and some really useful features and settings right on the device itself. The audio quality is fantastic and flexibility offered by the XLR output and 4 polar settings are great additions. The High-Pass Filter feature while did it’s job to an extent, we did expect a little more from this despite the noisy ambient sound in our recording environment. Though we are confident that in a quieter environment this feature would prove its claims.

The Mic gain and Polar pattern dials can be difficult to control during recording due to their placement at the rear of the microphone. These could have been more useful placed up front.

We found the mic gain dial is better to be left at 100% at all times and controlled within our audio recording software though that is just our personal preference.

What we liked

  • Solid build qualityRagequitters - Approved By Gamers For Gamers
  • Stunning Looks
  • Braided USB cable
  • XLR Output option

 

What we didn’t like

  • Lack of illuminated Razer Logo
  • Mic gain and Polar pattern dials placement
  • Some issues installing the Razer Synapse software
  • Lacks options in the Razer Synapse software
  • Lack of an included Pop Filter (This is available as an optional extra or as a bundle with the shock mount)

 

Buy the Razer Seiren Pro Studio-Grade Microphone from Amazon.co.uk

  The good folks at Razer have been kind enough to send us a review sample of their Razer Seirēn Pro Studio Grade Microphone to put it through its paces, and what a stunning piece of kit it is! But is it worth the premium £229.99 price tag? Let's see. Razer are well known for their…

Score

Look and Feel - 97%
Features - 88%
Software - 70%
Audio Quality - 90%
Price - 77%

84%

Very Good

Overall the Razer Seiren Pro is a beast of a microphone. It includes some killer features and offers great flexibility for multiple recording scenarios. It’s not cheap but if you plan to take your game streaming, podcasts or even music creation to the next level then you really could do a lot worse than the Razer Seiren Pro.

User Rating: 4.28 ( 2 votes)
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2 comments

  1. JimmyJoeJimBob says:

    Standard XLR connectors have three pins. This has four. Does it need a proprietary cable?

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