Razer may be better known for its gaming gear, but the company is no slouch in the audio department. The Opus noise-cancelling headphones sound amazing thanks to THX-certified sound quality and handy EQ presets. Plus, the ANC does a solid job of blocking out would-be distractions. Top that off with a lightweight and comfy fit and you’ve got a great option for $200.
- Stellar sound
- Comfy fit
- Solid ANC
- Good battery life
- Limited customization in the app
- No quick-charge feature
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- 84AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE10 ReviewsLaptop Magazine70Razer Opus wireless headphones reviewThe Razer Opus wireless headphones, the company’s first stab at general-use headphones, deliver good sound at a great price.TechHive80Solid midrange ANC headphonesThe Razer Opus is a mid-range active noise-cancelling headphone that nails sound and comfort, but falls short in terms of noise cancellation and overall feature set.SoundGuys80Razer Opus reviewThe Razer Opus strikes a compelling balance between its mid level price and high end aspirations. The design is a little derivative, but it nonetheless offers a great experience.Windows Central90The best $200 THX noise-canceling headphones right nowFor $200, the audio quality, features, and battery life make the Razer Opus a highly competitive over-the-ear headset with active-noise-canceling ability. They're also extremely comfortable.Android Central90Fantastic sound, amazing priceRazer's understated design hides a powerhouse of audio quality at a price point few are going to be able to compete with.The Verge80Razer Opus review: surprisingly competent wireless headphonesThese aren’t Razer’s magnum opus. But as its first set of noise-canceling headphones aimed at persuading people away from the Sonys and Boses of the world, the Opus is a solid, feature-loaded start.TechRadar90Razer Opus reviewThe Razer Opus is Razer's first foray into a non-gaming, noise-cancelling headset, and it pays off better than we could have expected. Design, sound quality and battery life are all there. Our only real complaint is the small size of the ear cups – and even that isn't really a bad thing.Digital Trends80A budget ANC champThe Razer Opus are not without their shortcomings — but they’re minor, and the affordable audio quality and active noise cancellation featured in these headphones far outweigh those issues.Techaeris90Razer Opus reviewWith great comfort, THX-certified sound, solid ANC, and excellent battery life, Razer’s first lifestyle wireless headset offers pretty decent value.9to5Toys90THX-certified wireless ANC headphones for $200Overall, for the $200 price point, Razer Opus is a great sounding, feature-packed pair of headphones. They’re comfortable, ANC works well, and they sound even more incredible when plugged in via the analog cable.
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