At the end of last month, Razer launched the BlackShark V2 Pro headphones, including the unit and microphone all used new solutions, this headset is also the best sound quality I have heard of so many Razer headsets.

In dynamic headphones, from entry to professional, two points are needed to make good headphones sound. One is diaphragm technology, and the other is sound tuning. I think it is not an absolute requirement to take out one separately, but if the two are put together It is a necessary condition for a good headphone to make a good sound. For music headphones, metal-coated diaphragms are not new, especially in high-frequency transients and high-frequency details, except for the metal-coated diaphragm. In addition, there are some synthetic diaphragms that perform equally well, especially at low frequencies, but the metal-coated diaphragms are particularly excellent in terms of durability. This time Razer BlackShark V2 Pro has replaced the custom unit with TriForce 50mm titanium-coated diaphragm, titanium The stability of the layer coating is also very good, so the sound quality of this headset is quite unexpected, especially the high frequency. Of course, it has a lot to do with the sound cavity structure of the headset and the new design of the earmuffs.

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro is a wired headset, and this version also comes with a USB sound card that supports THX sound effects. Through Thundercloud 3, you can implement THX sound effects and microphone-related settings.

The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro gaming headset uses Razer’s black and green color scheme on the outer packaging. The front of the packaging is printed with the headset display and main features. The side of the package also lists the product features one by one, such as THX technology and Razer TriForce titanium-plated 50mm drive unit.

Product accessories
Instruction manual, product card, sticker, this Cyclone Black Shark V2 professional headset discards the lighting effects, and the non-light and dark pattern product logo shows the low-key and mysterious feeling of the product.

Equipped with a Micro-USB interface charging cable, a 3.5mm cable, a detachable microphone, a USB adapter, a headset manual and a headset storage bag.

Product details
The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro uses an integrated head beam design, and the whole is pure black. The unit cover is a full plastic structure and has been frosted, which is comfortable to the touch but easy to stain fingerprints.

The LOGO on the outer side of the earmuffs is black and similar to the dark pattern LOGO, and it cannot be lighted. It is estimated that it is also a choice for longer battery life, but I personally feel that this style is more deep and low-key.

The connecting part of the headphone beam and the earmuff adopts a metal bracket structure, and both sides support telescopic adjustment. The headset uses an excellent passive noise reduction earmuff design, and the earmuff sponge fits quite comfortably, giving the product a good sound insulation experience.

The top of the unit shell is designed with a sound cavity air hole, which can enhance the environmental sound field effect.

The outer side of the headphone beam is made of PU leather and printed with RAZER’s brand LOGO. The earmuffs and inner head beam are made of mesh with excellent air permeability, which can effectively reduce the stuffiness caused by long-term use and improve wearing comfort.

The sponge of the earmuffs uses FlowKnit memory foam earmuffs, which are very soft and elastic. For users with large heads and glasses, they will not produce a sense of pressure. The breathable fabric can effectively reduce skin contact. The sweat and heat generated are accumulated, and the wearing comfort is full.

The outer cavity of the left earmuff is provided with a knob with a protrusion of about 15mm, which is convenient for users to quickly adjust the volume of the earphone, and the knob has a moderate damping feeling. Although it is convenient to adjust, the protruding design affects the overall aesthetics a bit, and this is a choice.

The main controls and interfaces of the Razer BlackShark V2 Pro headset are concentrated on the bottom of the left headset, from top to bottom are the headset switch, microphone mute button, charging interface and 3.5mm interface. But here I want to say that Razer products still use micro usb recently. Maybe users in foreign markets have not yet felt the convenience of type-c.

The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro’s microphone has a detachable design and is equipped with a spray-proof sponge cover, which can effectively filter out noise. Using sensitive low-frequency response technology and open shell design, the player’s voice can be well restored.

Turn on the power and we can see the only light on the headset, a blue indicator light. It is convenient for us to understand the use status of the product.

Overall effect display

Summary:
BlackShark V2 Pro redefines Razer’s standard for gaming headsets, and puts great emphasis on sound performance. TriForce 50mm unit titanium-coated diaphragm performs very well in high-frequency transients and details. If the Razer BlackShark V2 Pro is a music headset, the high-frequency performance is very transparent and delicate. This is very different from the performance of Razer’s previous headset products. The low-frequency sense of volume is weakened and the overall listening experience is very comfortable.

As a gaming headset with HyperSpeed ​​wireless technology, with accurate positioning and a good ambient sound field, it can maintain long-lasting and stable performance in intense games. Although there are no surprises in the overall materials of the headset, the workmanship does represent the strongest level of Razer at present. It is tightly fitted and the paint is regular and delicate. If you are also pursuing the ultimate wireless performance experience, then Razer BlackShark V2 Pro is also one of your choices.


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