The Razer Ifrit has a low-profile dual earset design with a professional-grade, adjustable condenser microphone and flat frequency response in-ear headphones.
The adjustable arm of the unidirectional condenser microphone delivers continuous voice audio equal to a traditional desktop or boom mounted microphone, but giving broadcasters even more freedom of movement.
The Razer Ifrit is especially suitable for mobile broadcasters with a low profile, easily transportable design and simple, single-wire connection. The Razer Ifrit is also compatible with both Xbox One and PS4 through the connection on the joypad or via the Razer Audio Enhancer on the PS4.
The Razer Ifrit is complemented by the Razer USB Audio Enhancer ($19.99), a USB-to-analogue converter that focuses on improving the quality of the microphone and allows two Razer Ifrit headsets to be connected to one PC, for dual streaming with two broadcasters at once.
The Razer USB Audio Enhancer works with any analogue headset fitted with a 3.5mm jack and is available separately, or as part of the Razer Ifrit package.
The Razer Ifrit is the latest addition to the Razer Broadcaster range, which includes the Razer Kiyo, a streaming camera with built-in ring light .
Razer Ifrit retails for $99.99.
- Impedance: 32 ± 5% Ω
- Type: Dynamic speaker
- Diameter: 10 mm
- Nominal/Max Input Power: 10 mW / 20 mW
- SPL: 102 ± 3 dB at 1KHz, 1mW, IEC-318
- Frequency Response: F0 ~ 20 KHz
- Type: 9.7mm, ECM unidirectional
- Polar Pattern: Cardioid
- Frequency Response: 100 ~ 10 KHz
- Sensitivity: -41 ± 3 dB (9 mV/Pa) (at 1 KHz)
- Max SPL: 110 dB
Razer USB Sound Enhancer
- Sample Rate: 44.1 KHz/48 KHz selectable via PC setting
- Bit Rate: 16-bit
- Frequency Response: 20 Hz to ~ 20kHz
- Max SPL: 120 dB
- Windows 7,8, 10
- Mac OS 10.8 onwards
Compatible with Streamlabs OBS, OBS, and XSplit