Razer presents the Seiren Mini, its new desktop microphone for your games and video calls
If you are one of those looking for a desktop microphone to capture sound in video calls, record videos, stories or simply communicate while you play, Razer just presented the Seiren Mini, your new retro-format desktop microphone.
With a height 16 cm and a adjustable bracket that can be tilted to the perfect angle to pick up the user’s voice. It can also be uncoupled and mounted to an articulated arm or foot that uses a standard 5/8-inch thread.
Connectivity is in charge of your USB port, not needing drivers or additional software to run your capsule with 14mm condenser capable of capturing sound using a supercardioid pattern with a tighter pickup angle so that it focuses on the front sound reducing pickup of ambient noise such as background sounds or mouse clicks.
Its frequency response ranges from 20 Hz to 20 KHz with a sensitivity of 17.8 mV / Pa (at 1 kHz) and a maximum sound pressure level of 110 dB (THD> 1% at 1 kHz).
Price and availability
The new Razer Seiren Mini is already on sale on the manufacturer’s website for an amount of 60 euros.
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