Razer’s new Opus headphones offer noise cancellation for $200

Razer Opus laying sideways

Photography by Cameron Faulkner / The Verge

Razer is usually known for its PC gaming accessories, but it’s sidestepping expectations with today’s announcement of the Opus wireless noise-canceling headphones. For $200, the Opus come awfully close to matching the features I’ve come to expect from headphones that cost nearly twice as much, like Sony’s WH-1000XM3s or the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700. In addition to having noise cancellation, these can automatically pause your music when they’ve been removed.

They’re also THX-certified, and as such, you can rely on them for a balanced reference-style profile that puts forward an accurate, neutral sound. Frankly, the default settings might not be to everyone’s taste as they lack much in the way of bass or full-bodied mids, but…

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