The Razer’s New Kaira Pro Headset Will Bring the Bass to Ps5. Even after releasing a fleet of gaming products geared toward Xbox and PC, Razer is finally giving the PS5 a little love with two new Kaira wireless headsets at a good and affordable price.
They aren’t just like other carbon copies of the Xbox versions, either. Razer made a color palette swap to a white/black colorway, and there’s leatherette covering the ear cups, as opposed to a piece of breathable mesh fabric. But that’s not the end.
Razer’s New Kaira Pro Headset Will Bring the Bass to Ps5
The more expensive Kaira Pro is, then the only one of the two models to have HyperSense haptics, which will help deliver jolts of vibration to make your games and other content more immersive.
According to the verge, Razer has recently announced that this feature’s coming to the new (and similarly priced) Kraken V3 Pro that is also made to support PlayStation consoles, in addition to PC and the Nintendo Switch dock.
Many people like me are yet to experience the HyperSense haptics myself, but it will likely make for an alluring feature stacked on Sony’s 3D Audio tech on the PS5.
Razer also lays claims to having dipped the TriForce 50mm drivers in titanium to help to enhance the audio qualities in the Kaira Pro. Regarding the microphone, you will get a HyperClear super-cardioid mic that is combined with the Kaira Pro when compared to a cardioid mic with the standard Kaira.
Aside from the perks that come with paying more for the Kaira Pro, these headsets is said to have several traits in common, which include a SmartSwitch wireless feature that allows them to connect to a 2.4GHz dongle or low-latency Bluetooth and a 3.5mm jack for wired mode.
They both include the USB-C HyperSpeed audio transmitter and a USB-A adapter for broader compatibility. I like what Razer’s done with its new USB-C transmitter; it shifted the jack from the middle, nearly all the way to one side, so you can utilize the PS5’s other front-facing USB-A port for a different accessory.
PlayStation Market Heating Up
I know a lot of us anticipate testing these soon, and we want to see if they give Sony’s $100 Pulse 3D headset a run for its money. The market for made-for-PlayStation headsets is finally heating up, as SteelSeries recently launched its Arctis 7P Plus with USB-C charging and better battery life.
Though, this Kaira line might get the edge over both of those if you want dual wireless connectivity via 2.4GHz and Bluetooth. The Kaira is available now. As for the Kaira Pro, Razer will begin taking preorders on November 30th and is aiming to ship them in December.