If you want to kick your streaming or vlogging up a notch, Razer has a trio of new products designed to help you look and sound better to your online audience.
On Friday, the gaming peripherals company rolled out the Razer Key Light Chroma, the Razer Seiren BT lapel microphone and the Razer Audio Mixer.
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Razer Key Light Chroma: Better lighting for streamers
The Razer Key Light Chroma resembles Elgato’s popular Key Light and Key Light Air but adds Razer’s well-known RGB colored lighting to it.
Razer said it’s an “all-in-one stream lighting” setup and offer a “complete studio experience.” You can tune the white spectrum from 3000K to 7000K, and pick from 16.8 million RGB colors.
You can program the Key Light Chroma to react to stream events, such as subs, donations and more. The light works with both Razer Synapse as well as the Razer Streaming App for iOS to change brightness, color and other features.
You can score the Razer Key Light Chroma for $299.99.
Where to buy: Razer
Razer Seiren BT lapel microphone
The Razer Seiren BT lapel microphone clips on to your lapel or collar, lavalier-style, for use on the go. It features a built-in battery alongside Bluetooth connectivity.
The mic connects to your iPhone with the Razer Streaming App for iOS (or via a PC or an Android phone). It offers “crisp, natural vocals at any angle” thanks to its omnidirectional pickup pattern. Noise-suppression and audio-customization options are available, too.
You can purchase the Razer Seiren BT lapel mic for $99.99.
Razer Audio Mixer
Lastly, there’s the Razer Audio Mixer, which does not work with macOS or iOS. It works with PCs and Windows 10 or above, and it works with gaming consoles. But it’s in the mix for streamers as part of Razer’s wave or products. It offers “combined audio control” for your setup to make mixing audio easy.
The four-channel mixer has XLR inputs for a microphone plus line input and output, optical input, and +48V phantom power. It connects to a computer over USB-C. Each channel has mute and “bleep” buttons, plus built-in voice settings. The mixer works with Razer Synapse.
You can pick up the Razer Audio Mixer for $249.99.