Razer Reveals New “Seiren Elite” Streaming Microphone

This morning, Razer announced the latest in their ever-expanding series of desktop gaming and streaming peripherals. With an eye firmly cast at streamers, the lifestyle company revealed the Seiren Elite, a follow-up to 2014’s Seiren and Seiren Pro. The microphone is clearly a refinement of the prior versions, reworking some of the features on-hand.

The biggest change seems to be the move to a single condenser capsule microphone for dedicated cardioid recording. The prior included three to offer multiple recording modes; however, it was an expense most streamers never took advantage of. Instead of invest in wasted capsules, Razer has instead included a built-in high-pass filter to cut of background noise, like the fans on your PC, and a vocal limiter to prevent distortion when cheering after a mighty win. The recording resolution has also been reduced from the prior 192kHz to a more standard 16-bit/48kHz format. The Seiren Elite is keeping USB connectivity, however, so you won’t need to worry about investing in a high-end audio interface to start streaming.

Product features:

  • Single Dynamic Capsule – For rich and warm vocal quality
  • Inbuilt High-Pass Filter – For ultra-clean recording signals
  • Digital/Analog Vocal Limiter – For zero distortion
  • 16-bit/48kHz Resolution – To optimize your stream
  • Zero Latency Monitoring – For zero audio lag
  • Flat Frequency Response Monitoring – For accurately reproduced sound

Microphone Specifications

  • Sample Rate: min 44.1kHz / max 48kHz
  • Bit Rate: 16bit
  • Capsule: Single Dynamic Capsule
  • Polar patterns: Cardioid
  • Frequency response: 50Hz-20kHz
  • Connectivity: USB only
  • Max SPL: 120dB

Headphone amplifier

  • Impedance: ≥ 16Ω
  • Power output (RMS): 85mW (at 16 Ω)
  • Flat Frequency Response: Yes
  • Zero-Latency Monitoring: Yes

The Razer Seiren Elite will retail for $199/€219.99 and will be available at the Razerzone store now.

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Chris cut his teeth on games with the original NES. Since then, games and technology have become a passion. He currently acts as the Hardware Editor for MMORPG.com and GameSpace.com.

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