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Wednesday, 11 August 2010 12:49

Razer outs green Orca headphones

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Won't go unnoticed at LAN parties

Razer has rolled out a new addition to its Gaming Audio lineup, the quite green Orca headphones. The new Razer Orca is practically identical to the Razer Carcharias headset, except for the fact that Orca doesn't feature a microphone and has a slightly different frequency response.

The full specifications of the Orca headset include a 40mm drivers with neodymium magnets, frequency response of 15 to 21,000 Hz, impedance of 32 Ohms at 1kHz, input power of 200mW, 3.5mm headphone jack connected to 1.2m braided fiber cable with additional 2m extension cable.

The green color, on the other hand, is something that you either like or simply don't as it is simply a matter of personal taste. In any case, these can be ordered directly from Razer with a US $59.99 and €59.99 price tag.

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