Above we have an image of the front of the Razer Seiren Emote box, here's where we can see the mic has an 8-Bit Emoticon LED Display, Stream Reactive Emoticons and Hypercardioid polar pattern. All of which we will get to later on in this review.
Here we have the back of the box, and as you can see, it shows off all of the features the Seiren Emote comes with.
Next, we have an image of the side of the box. This image is just another list of all of the microphone features.
The next image showcases the inside of the box. Razer uses a shiny foam that glistens when it's hit with white light, which is why the foam appears extremely shiny. This isn't the case under normal lighting. The unboxing experience was mediocre, nothing too special and not hard at all.
Next, we have all of the Emote parts next to each other. From left to right are the Emote microphone, gooseneck extension, support rod, and shock mount.
Here's the underside of the Emote microphone. The Emote rocks a micro-USB port and a 3.5 mm headphone port. It also has a thread mount that can be attached to a boom arm.
Lastly, we have an image of the Razer Seiren X and the Razer Seiren Emote next to each other. The purpose of this image is so you can see just how much taller the Emote is with its gooseneck extender. For reference, the Razer Seiren X measures in at only 18cm, and the Emote pushes close to 28cm (with the gooseneck attached).
The above image was taken from Razer's FAQ page, a link to that can be found here.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 12:34 pm CDT
- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [Razer Seiren Emote Specification Details and Close-up]
- Page 3 [Use Case and Software]
- Page 4 [Design and Performance]
- Page 5 [What's Hot, What's Not, and Final Thoughts]