Razer has officially put its THX Spatial Audio app up on the market for gamers. The app is virtual audio solution that both enables and provides gamers with the ability to transform their audio experience with a virtual Surround Sound system.
Specifically, the THX Spatial Audio app is capable of outputting 7.1 virtual Surround Sound environment with whatever audio device gamers have on-hand. In addition, the audio app is also accurate to the point that it can pinpoint the exact location of sounds. Based solely on the noise produced by an enemy in-game.
On top of that, THX Spatial Audio is also highly customisable and provides the users the ability to choose from a range of THX-tuned presets, as well as modify, create, or store their own EQ settings, based on their personal preference.
Razer officially acquired THX Studios back in 2016, but kept it operating as a separate entity and away from Razer’s primary business of gaming laptops and peripherals. That said, the gaming peripheral brand launched its Kraken Ultimate Gaming headset that came with support for THX Spatial Audio.
At the time of writing, the Razer THX Spatial Audio App is only available for both desktop PC and laptop gamers and only on Windows 10. The app has will also come with an accompanying widget. Accessible via the Windows Game Bar. Further, the app will work with all types and brands of headphones and earbuds.
Price-wise, gamers who are already on the trial version of the THX Spatial Audio app are required to pay US$9.99 (~RM 43) in order to upgrade to the full version with 7.1 Surround. If you’re buying the full version straight, though, the app costs US$19.99 (~RM85). At the time of writing, there is no local pricing.