What you need to know
- Razer announced three new streaming products today: The Seiren BT microphone, Razer Audio Mixer, and Razer Key Light Chroma.
- The Audio Mixer and Key Light Chroma are designed for desktop streamers, while the Seiren BT microphone is made to work with smartphones.
- The Razer Siren BT ($100), Razer Key Light Chroma ($300), and Razer Audio Mixer ($250) are all available starting today, March 10, 2022.
The Seiren BT connects to smartphones and other devices through Bluetooth, which makes it easier to stream using a tripod, selfie stick, or other mounts. The microphone has a clip for attaching to clothes and other items.
The Razer Streaming Mobile app can be used to customize streaming audio, such as using high or low suppression to deal with background noise. Indoor and outdoor windsocks come with the Seiren BT as well, providing a physical way to block pops and wind noise.
The Razer Audio Mixer supports four channels, which lets streamers control multiple audio sources at once. It works with hybrid-XLR, TRS Line In and Out, Optical TOS, and other forms of microphone connections. Audio levels, vocal effects, and other options can be controlled from the Razer Audio Mixer while live streaming.
The Razer Audio Mixer integrates with Razer Synapse 3 and works with digital output sources as well, such as game sound, chat, and music. Support for Synapse 3 means the mixer can be used for EQ functions and voice changers.
Razer's Key Light Chroma delivers variable lighting for streamers, thanks to it working with Razer Chroma RGB. The Razer Streaming App or Razer Synapse 3 can be used to control lights. The Key Light Chroma supports presets, syncing lights to other Chroma RGB-compatible devices, and syncing with stream notifications. For example, you could have lights go off when something exciting happens during your stream.
You can also use the Key Light Chroma for standard lighting. It can reach up to 2800 Lumens and has a white temperature range of 3000k to 7000k.
The Key Light Chroma can attach via a desk clamp-mounted pole that has a quarter-inch screwball joint. The pole extends up to 1.3 meters (around 51 inches) and can be dropped down to only 55 cm (around 22 inches).
The Razer Siren BT ($100), Razer Key Light Chroma ($300), and Razer Audio Mixer ($250) are all available starting today, March 10, 2022.
Sean Endicott is the news writer for Windows Central. If it runs Windows, is made by Microsoft, or has anything to do with either, he's on it. Sean's been with Windows Central since 2017 and is also our resident app expert. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Am I the only one that finds it hilarious that in the email they sent out they had the Seiren BT connected to the Razer Phone 2? A phone they pretty much dropped support for rather quickly. I mean, if it wasn't for the total lack of updates (I think it's still on Android 9) it's actually a decent phone.
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