Razer has decided to bless its community of streamers of professionals and casuals through the introduction of the new Seiren V2 Pro and Seiren V2 X microphones.
Both gadgets offer lots of customization and options control through popular audio mixing software directly supported by Razer Synapse by taking full control over several multiple audio sources and other nitty bitty adjustments. But let’s check out what are the differences between the two.
As its name suggests, the Seiren V2 Pro offers sound recording capabilities rivaling radio DJ setup thanks to its analog gain limiter and high pass filters capturing what is needed only by blocking low frequencies and catching important ones with its 20Hz frequency response range. Professional streamers looking for a new mic will definitely find the premium functions and better overall specs useful.
On the other hand, the Seiren V2 X focuses on improving the formula of the original Seiren X while staying competitively priced by being a 24mm condenser mic and using the super-cardioid pickup pattern to avoid recording unwanted audio cues. Despite having less on-the-fly access to various functions, the analog gain limiter is still there to allow streamers to adjust them on the fly with the 24-bit rate and high dynamic range recording voices of both highs and lows effectively.
Pricing and Availability
The Razer Seiren V2 Pro and the Seiren V2 X are now available in Malaysia at the price of RM729 and RM429 purchasable on the Razer Store or through authorized resellers.