Creative Sound Blaster Roar Pro Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅16-04-16
Closer Look

The front face of the Roar Pro is a wall of black mesh with the Creative badge in the middle.

The input output ports include a mains power in, a 3.5mm AUX-in, USB power out (for charging your mobile device), a microUSB in that will connect to your PC/Mac/PS4, a slot for a microSD card of up to 32GB. On the right hand side we see some new features, including a switch to choose between USB/microSD. Then we see the Tera Bass button make a reappearance, a feature that will boost bass levels for a more balanced listening experience at low volumes. Another new feature is the audio profile switch, that instantly allows you to swap between 3 built in audio EQ profiles 'warm, neutral and energetic'. There are then dedicated controls for the mass storage (microSD), being play/pause button, skip, shuffle/loop. Finally there is the recording controls where you will find a record button, play/pause button and a microphone on/mute switch.

The top left area gives us battery information as well as the NFC spot.

The top right section is home to some more buttons, including the power on, ROAR button, master volume controls and the pairing/answer call button.

The side features a metal mesh protecting the side radiators and a reflective metal trim.

The underside is a solid metal plate with a strip of rubberised non-slip feet.

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