Razer, the global lifestyle brand that is basically the Monster Energy drink of the gaming world, has unveiled the Nommo V2 line – a fleet of next-level PC speakers – designed to redefine what gamers should expect from their desktop audio. Think peak performance, immersive RGB lighting, and seamless connectivity. These are no ordinary tinny throwaways; this is the Kobe Wagyu of sound machines. Designed on three pillars – performance, immersion, and connectivity – the flagship Razer Nommo V2 Pro is like the high-roller suite of speakers.
Picture this: a fully-loaded, full-range speaker and wireless subwoofer combo amplified by THX Spatial Audio for an all-encompassing sound as satisfying as a perfectly timed headshot. The sound is further complimented by rear-projection Razer Chroma RGB lighting because why not make it a visual feast as well?
The Nommo V2 Pro boasts industry-leading features, including three-inch full-range drivers with aluminium phase plugs for crystal-clear acoustics. And get this; it’s the first PC gaming speaker system to flaunt a wireless down-firing subwoofer for that deep, room-thumping bass. All this without a cluttered mess of cables.
“We’re redefining what gamers should expect from their desktop audio equipment,” says Barrie Ooi, the head honcho of Razer’s PC Gaming Division. He’s convinced the Nommo V2 line isn’t just about listening—it’s about sinking into the game.
Whether tracking enemy footsteps in a first-person shooter or getting swept up in the latest RPG soundtrack, Razer claims the Nommo V2 Pro THX Spatial Audio will serve up a comprehensive, true-to-life soundstage. By all accounts, the THX Game Profiles could very well deliver optimally tuned surround sound in popular games like Cyberpunk 2077 and Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak.
Want control at your fingertips? No worries, Razer’s got you covered. Meet the Razer Wireless Control Pod – a rotatable, clickable dial and source button that can be connected via Bluetooth, with a battery life of up to eight months. It’s like having your very own Jarvis to manage your volume, EQ, and more.
The Nommo V2 line also introduces the new Nommo V2 and Nommo V2 X. Both speakers pack two three-inch full-range drivers and THX Spatial Audio. The Nommo V2 also has a wired subwoofer, while the Nommo V2 X offers a minimalist design for those seeking simplicity without skimping sound quality. And let’s not forget about compatibility. These bad boys can sync up with your PC, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices.
As for prices, the Razer Nommo V2 Pro is set at USD$449.99, the Nommo V2 at USD$299.99, the Nommo V2X at USD$149.99 and the Razer Wireless Control Pod at USD$49.99. Availability starts from June 2023 at Razer.com, RazerStores and authorised resellers. So, if you’re ready to take your gaming up a notch, it might be time to consider the Nommo V2 line. Sound good?