Razer has recently added even more gear to its list of peripherals which are designed specially for live streaming. New to the bunch is the Audio Mixer soundboard, Key Light Chroma lighting, and the Bluetooth-enabled Seiren BT lapel microphone.
The Razer Audio Mixer is described as an easy-to-use, all-in-one analogue sound mixer, providing you with total control over your audio via a single compact-sized console. It features direct input support for commonly used audio connections such as hybrid-XLR, TRS Line In and Out, Optical TOS and more.
On the software front, the mixer is handled by the company’s Razer Synapse 3 app, which provides users with a range of audio adjustment options ranging from software-based noise gate and EQ functions to reverb and voice changers. According to the gaming firm, audio settings and processing are offloaded to the Audio Mixer’s onboard processor, therefore freeing up your PC’s system resources to improve performance.
Next up is the Razer Key Light Chroma, which provides streamers with a fully customisable lighting system that can be controlled via the brand’s Synapse 3 app on desktop or wirelessly through the Razer Streaming app for mobile devices. With this, users are given access to a range of lighting presets, sync the lights to other Chroma RGB compatible devices, and even assign lighting effects to live notifications.
The Key Light Chroma is able to push out up to 2800 Lumens and comces with a white temperature range of 3000k to 7000k. Furthermore, it is also supplied with a desk clamp mounted pole that stands at 55cm and is also extendable up to 1.3m. According to Razer, mounting holes on each side of the panel allow the Key Light Chroma to be positioned in both landscape and portrait. Also included is a 52.5W power adapter.
Last but not least is the latest entry to Razer’s microphone line, the all-new Seiren BT. Unlike its desktop-only siblings, this particular model is a portable lapel mic that can be attached to the user’s attire through a clip. It is omnidirectional, features AI-based noise suppression, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, and even has a 3.5mm jack for monitoring through headphones.
When connected to the Razer Streaming mobile app, users are able to tweak the lapel mic’s noise suppression levels, reduce latency, and adjust sidetone for monitoring. The firm claims that the Seiren BT is capable of lasting up to four hours on a single charge, and could further push up to six hours with its onboard AI features disabled. Also included together with the device are a variety of socks that can help reduce popping and wind noise.
All three of Razer’s newest live streaming gear is available now via its official website. The Razer Audio Mixer is retailing at RM 1,209, the Key Light Chroma at RM 1,399, and the Seiren BT at RM 479. Keep in mind that all of the prices listed excludes shipping costs.