The RGB infamous PC gaming model Razer has simply introduced a brand new collection of headsets to affix its Barracuda line-up. The new headsets embrace the Barracuda Pro, Barracuda, and a refreshed model of the Barracuda X. The three new choices current a unified look, which feels a bit extra at house with avenue stylings. They’re smooth, black, and look like fully RGB free.

This is as a result of every of those wi-fi headsets is marketed as a hybrid resolution. They’re not only for connecting to your PC through the two.4GHz wi-fi dongle, in addition they work over Bluetooth. 

We’ve seen a rise in gamer headsets taking this route lately, and given how good the sound could be on them as of late it makes a tonne of sense. With these toned down model choices on the Barracuda collection, they actually appear like headsets that might be at house on the prepare in addition to in entrance of your gaming rig.

The priciest of the bunch is the Barracuda Pro which is obtainable for retail within the US for $249.99 USD and shall be out quickly in Australia for $439.95 AUD. It has extra options like lively noise cancellation in addition to THX’s premium Achromatic Audio Amplifier know-how, and leatherette reminiscence foam cushions. The Barracuda Pro seems as if it should compete with the likes of the wonderful Epos H3Pro Hybrid with regards to use circumstances and high quality.

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Razer's new hybrid headsets are RGB free

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The Barracuda Pro additionally boasts THX Spatial Audio, twin built-in noise-cancelling microphones, and a 40 hour battery life, all of which it shares with the center Barracuda mannequin. Considerably cheaper sitting at $159.99 USD or $279.95 AUD, the usual Barracuda nonetheless seems like a stable gaming headset, however with out a few of these additional fancy bells and whistles.

The most funds pleasant of the lot is the Barracuda X. This one feels much more like your commonplace PC gamer headset, which is sensible on the $99.99 USD/$169.95 AUD value level. The Barracuda X has a detachable mic and seven.1 encompass sound, but in addition gives an additional 10 hours of battery life over the opposite fashions.

Razer’s Blackshark V2 Pro is our favorite wi-fi gaming headset with regards to pure audio, so we’re looking forward to what this new Barracuda lineup can provide avid gamers from a hybrid perspective.