Designed and engineered with gaming in mind, the Nommo Pro includes some nifty tech to help gamers get an edge. The Nommo Pro delivers full-range audio, customisable Dolby Virtual and THX certification.
The Razer Nommo Pro doesn’t come cheap, but for those serious about the sound in their games, they might be what you’re looking for.
Razer Nommo Pro
According to Razer, the Nommo Pro features;
Two independent silk dome tweeters mounted atop Dupont Kevlar coated speakers with 3-inch drivers and an independent 7-inch cylindrical downward firing subwoofer.
Equipped with an easy to use control dial, audio customisation, EQ and lighting controlled by Razer Synapse, the Nommo Pro will fit right in with an existing Razer users’ PC. New users will also easily find a home for the Nommo Pro.
The full tech specs for the Nommo Pro are as follows;
- THX Certified full range 2.1 gaming speakers
- Dolby Virtual Surround Sound technology
- Illuminated control pod with easy quick access functions
- Downward firing sub-woofer
- Powered by Razer Chroma
- 2 x 0.8-inch silk dome tweeters (1 x per speaker)
- 2 x 3-inch full range drivers (1 x per speaker)
- 1 x downward firing subwoofer
- Frequency response: 35 – 20,000hz
- USB connection
- Bluetooth 4.2 connection
- Optical connection
- 3.5mm connection
- Control pod featuring power, volume, mute, pairing and source control functions
- Razer Chroma enabled
Priced at AU$849.95 / NZ$949.95 the Razer Nommo Pro isn’t a cheap audio solution, however, the price seems to be justified by the features and functions.
The Razer Nommo Pro is available now. Look for our review soon.