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Razer Seiren X Microphone Review: A Small, Compact & Great $99.99 Mic (Page 2)

Jak Connor | Nov 22, 2019 at 11:50 am CST - 1 min, 0 secs time to read this page
Rating: 93%Manufacturer: RazerModel: RZ19-02290400-R3M1

Razer Seiren X

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Opening the Razer Seiren X was just like opening any other Razer product, easy, straight forward and a pleasure. The packaging is made of thick foam material that is sturdy and holds everything in place.

Above, we have the shock mount and (no pun intended); it's shockingly heavy. The weight of this mount is considerable; this provides the microphone with a heavy base that absorbs vibrations from any bangs or object placements on your desk.

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Here we have the quick start guide that shows how you can quickly assemble the microphone and connect it to your PC.

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Following the assembly instruction, the microphone should look like this once pieced together. From this image, we can see the gorgeous reflective Razer writing on the side of the mic, the headphone volume control, and the microphone mute button.

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Here we get a much better look at the back of the microphone, showing off the headphone volume control and the microphone mute button. The microphone button glows a nice blue color when not activated, and when muted, it switches to a solid red.

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Last updated: Nov 23, 2019 at 06:11 am CST

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