It’s kind of crazy to think but the last time I had a Razer desktop microphone in for review was back in 2015 when I took a look at the Razer Seiren Pro. That wasn’t Razer’s first desktop microphone but it was part of their first generation of Seiren microphones and Razer has continued to evolve their lineup in the last 9 years. Well, today they have updated that lineup with their new Seiren v3 models. That lineup consists of two different models, the Seiren v3 Chroma and the Seiren v3 Mini. The Seiren v3 Mini is their budget-friendly option and then the Seiren v3 Chroma is the larger flashier option. Today I'm going to check out both and see what they have to offer then put them to the test to see how they sound compared to the competition. I’m excited to see how their design has changed over the years and to see how these new microphones compare to the current competition like the Yeti Orb and Yeti GX that I took a look at last fall.

Product Name: Razer Seiren v3 Chroma and Mini

Review Samples Provided by: Razer

Written by: Wes Compton

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Razer Seiren v3 Chroma

Razer Seiren v3 Mini

 

Razer Seiren v3 Chroma Specifications

Hardware Controls

Multi-function Tap-to-mute Sensor
Multi-Function Dial

Lighting

Razer Chroma RGB

Capsule

16mm Condenser Capsule

Pickup Pattern

Supercardioid

Frequency Response

20 Hz – 20 kHz

Digital Output (Bit Rate)

24-bit

Sample Rate (kHz)

96 kHz

Sensitivity

-34 dB (1V / Pa at 1 kHz)

Max SPL

110 dB (THD <1% at 1 kHz)

Signal-To-Noise

96 dB

Power Required / Consumption

5V / 500 mA

Mic Monitoring

3.5 mm Headphone Port

Mounting Option

Built-in Shock Absorber Desktop Stand

Boom Mic Adapter

Connectivity

USB Type A to USB C Type Wired (2m Cable included)

Software

Razer Synapse Advanced Mixing Software

System Requirements

Operating System: Windows 10

Weight

407g / 0.89lbs

Warranty

1 Year

 

Razer Seiren v3 Mini Specifications

Hardware Controls

Multi-function Tap-to-mute Sensor

Lighting

LED Indicator (for Mute/Un-mute)

Capsule

14 mm condenser capsule

Pickup Pattern

Supercardioid

Frequency Response

20 Hz – 20 kHz

Digital Output (Bit Rate)

24-bit

Sample Rate (kHz)

96 kHz

Sensitivity

-36 dB (1V / Pa at 1 kHz)

Max SPL

110 dB (THD <1% at 1 kHz)

Signal-To-Noise

95 dB

Mounting Option

Built-in Shock Absorber Desktop Stand

Boom Mic Adapter

Connectivity

USB Type A to USB C Type Wired

Software

Razer Synapse (with on-board Stream Mixer)

Power Required

5V / 500 mA

System Requirements

Operating System: Windows 10

Dimensions

Diameter (Microphone): 56 mm / 2.2 in
Desk Stand Base: 91 mm / 3.58 in
Height: 162 mm / 3.58 in

Weight

269 g / 0.59 lbs

Warranty

1 Year

 

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