Razer Moray Gaming Headphones Review

Posted: Nov 7 2008, 12:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:26am CDT , in Gaming Gear


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Features & Specifications
The Razer Moray earphones use passive noise reduction technology and are designed for extended bass response. The headphones come with three different sizes of earplugs for a more customized fit. The Razer Moray will work with any device using a 3.5mm miniplug and includes a carry case and adapter for use in an airliner as headphones.

In Use
The Razer Moray are comfortable to wear for extended periods. Compatibility with any device using a 3.5mm headphone jack is assured, including the iPhone. The cable is long enough that you can move around without binding.

Razer designed the headphones for use in mobile and portable gaming. The bass response is good, but not quite as deep as the Radius headphones I reviewed recently. I would have liked to see Razer build a mic into the Moray.

With a mic, you could use the headset to make and receive calls. I often game with a small ear bud set of headphones on my gaming PC because they are more comfortable than the typical large over the ear style gaming headphones. A mic would allow the Moray to be used for VOIP applications in games as well.

The carry case is a nice feature and for those who travel by air frequently, an adapter is included that allows the headphones to be connected to an airline audio system. Moray headphones come in either black or white colors. Mac fans will find the white versions suitable Apple looking for iPods and Mac computers. The Razer Moray earphones are set to be available in December for $39.99.




  • Comfortable
  • Airline adapter
  • Good sound quality


  • No mic

The Razer Moray earphones are a nice option for mobile gaming fans and music fans looking for better audio performance while on the go. You can find more bass in other earphones, but the Moray offers a nice overall package.


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