Razer unveils three Nommo V2 speaker sets with THX Spatial audio — here's how they compare

Razer Nommo V2 Pro
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What you need to know

  • Razer just announced a lineup of speakers featuring THX Spatial Audio.
  • The Nommo V2 Pro features a wireless subwoofer while the Nommo V2 uses a wired connection.
  • The Nommo V2 X is the most affordable of the bunch, but it does not have a subwoofer or Chroma lighting.
  • The Nommo V2 Pro is available for preorder for $450 while the Nommo V2 ($300) and Nommo V2 X ($150) can be purchased today.

Razer just unveiled three new sets of speakers to enhance your PC setup. The Nommo V2 lineup includes the Nommo V2 Pro, Nommo V2, and Nommo V2 X.

While the names of the products are similar, Razer did a good job distinguishing them from each other. The Nommo V2 Pro is the flagship set of speakers from the family. It includes a pair of 3-inch full-range drivers and a down-firing subwoofer that connects wirelessly. It also has rear projection Chroma lighting and comes with a wireless control pod. The Nommo V2 Pro costs $450 and can be preordered now. It will start shipping on June 2, 2023.

The Nommo V2 has a pair of 3-inch full-range speakers, rear projection Chroma lighting, and a down-firing subwoofer. The key difference is that the subwoofer of the Nommo V2 uses a wired connection. Additionally, the Nommo V2 does not include a wireless control pod, though it supports the accessory which you can add on later. The Nommo V2 is available now for $300.

The Nommo V2 X has the two 3-inch full-range drivers like its higher-end siblings, but it does not come with a subwoofer. It also lacks chroma lighting. Some other specs are lower on the Nommo V2 X as well, including Bluetooth 5 rather than Bluetooth 5.3.

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Header Cell - Column 0 Nommo V2 ProNommo V2Nommo V2 X
Drivers2 x 3" Full-Range Drivers1 x 5.5" Down-Firing Subwoofer Driver2 x 3" Full-Range Drivers1 x 5.5" Down-Firing Subwoofer Driver2 x 3" Full-Range Drivers
Max SPL99 dB98 dB96 dB
Frequency response40 Hz – 20 KHz40 Hz – 20 KHz75 Hz – 20 KHz
Surround soundTHX Spatial AudioTHX Spatial AudioTHX Spatial Audio
ChromaRear ProjectionRear Projection-
Wireless control podSuppliedOptional AccessoryOptional Accessory
CompatibilityPC, Mobile Devices, PS5, PS4, Nintendo SwitchPC, Mobile Devices, PS5, PS4, Nintendo SwitchPC, Mobile Devices, PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch

We have a full Razer Nommo V2 Pro review coming soon. The original Razer Nommo speakers launched in 2018 and earned praise from our Editor-in-Chief Daniel Rubino. Razer has improved the specs of its speakers in several key areas, so they should score well.


Razer Nommo V2 lineup

Razer has a range of Nommo V2 speakers that just launched. The V2 Pro is the top-of-the-line, featuring wireless connectivity, a subwoofer, and Chroma lighting. You can save some money by going for the wired Nommo V2 or a pair of Nommo V2 X speakers.

No matter which one you choose, you'll get THX Spatial Audio and cross-platform compatibility.

Nommo V2 Pro ($450) | Nommo V2 ($300) | Nommo V2 X ($150)

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