The Razer Moray+ mobile gaming communicator is designed for gamers who prefer to travel light and without bulky headsets. While retaining a sleek, lightweight architecture, the Razer Moray+ comes packed with a passive noise isolating in-ear earphone along with an omnidirectional inline microphone. Its powerful bass-driven stereo sound and mid/high range clarity along with 3 adapters for the PC/laptop, as well as support for the Sony® PSP® 2000 / 3000, Nintendo DS® Lite / DSi and the Apple® iPhone™, makes it your all-in-one companion for top-notch audio and voice communication on the road. Be it synchronized ambushes or coordinated assaults, take your game to a new level of gameplay with the Razer Moray+.
Omnidirectional Inline Microphone
The omnidirectional microphone pickup pattern delivers clear vocal detection in a sleek, compact design at almost no additional weight or bulk.
Passive Noise Isolation With Extended Bass
Noise isolating ear-bud design creates an optimum fit, sealing off distracting ambient noise. Coupled with powerful bass-driven stereo sound, the Razer Moray+ delivers an intense gaming or music experience.
Multiple Gaming Device Adapters
Supports audio and voice communications with PCs, laptops; and for use with the Sony® PSP® 2000 / 3000, Nintendo DS® Lite / DSi and the Apple® iPhone™.
- Technical Specifications
- Frequency response: 20Hz to 22kHz
- Sound pressure level: 110dB
- Impedance: 17Ω
- Max rated input: 20mW
- Connector: 3.5mm miniplug
- Cable Length: 1.3 m / 4.27 ft
- Approximate Weight: 12.5 g / 0.03 lbs
For stereo audio:
- Frequency response : 300 to 3000Hz
- Output level: -46dB
- Pick-up pattern: Omnidirectional
- Output impedance: 2.2KΩ
- Signal to noise ratio : 55dB min
PC/laptop with 3.5mm minijack
Compatible with the Apple® iPhone™
Any audio device with 3.5mm stereo output minijack
For stereo audio and voice communication (using provided adapters):
Any device with 3.5 mm minijack X2 (stereo output and mic input)
Sony® PSP® 2000 / 3000
Nintendo DS® Lite / DSi
- Customer Testimonials
|1. thejdubb02 on 1/31/10 rated this product: |
I play 2 games mainly... World Of Warcraft, and Quake Live. When I first for these headphones I was really impressed with the quality when listening to music on my iPhone. When I got home, I was super excited to try it in my gaming... awesome. I can hear everything SUPER clear.
All of the people I play with use Ventrilo, and they all said I sounded great over the mic and were wondering what I was using. Well done RAZER... you did it again.
|2. Owen on 9/3/09 rated this product: |
Two words, 'Kick Ass'.
They are lightweight and when I first used them my expression was, "Wow!"
Great sound and compact.
|3. Bryan on 8/23/09 rated this product: |
Just don't expect it to be a great companion for music. It's decent though. Bought primarily for the versatility, the pouch is an excellent companion. I fit another pair of earpiece in there too. Buy the moray+ if you move around a lot. Oh and, as they said, the omni directional mic works good. Roughly 3-4 feet away, sound is still clear and still is very audible with no background interference.
|4. Izumi on 8/20/09 rated this product: |
I got a pair of Razer Moray+ a few weeks ago from a local reseller. When I plug it into my mp3 phone (Nokia 5730 XpressMusic) the bass is kinda weak. I haven't had the opportunity to test it on other mp3 players, but when I plug it into my PSP and my PC, it works GREAT! Great job, Razer!
|5. DeTeRMiNaTioN on 8/18/09 rated this product: |
Alright, So today I got my Black Razer Moray+ Mobile Gaming Communicator and I was completely blown away. I bought these at Amazon and they came within a Day from a Free 2 Day shipping I got with them. These are so amazing! The sound is wonderful and Pure. The String is perfect length, the design is wonderful. The noice cancellation isnt the best but it works. Another negative is the Price. I bought mine for $50, the Moray without Mic is $40. Thats a 10-20$ difference just for a Mic. Which in my opinion is extremely High. Apples ear phones are 20-25 without Mic and 27 with mic. Thats a 5-7$ difference. If you have the money, then get these. Defeintly Worth it. Thanks for a great product Razer!