Razer Nommo Chroma Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅22-03-18
The Razer Nommo Chroma, priced at £169.99, offers incredible gaming performance which we felt added a competitive edge, purely because of the directional awareness.

The bass was punchy considering the lack of a subwoofer and the mids/highs were great, giving real life to the music we listened to. Definitely a massive improvement over anything your monitor or laptop could ever manage!

RGB lighting has moved into the world of audio, but Razer have found a genuine use for the lighting, even if that use is brief; lighting the right and left speakers with specific colours to signal the current bass and volume levels.

Overall, we’re more than happy with the performance of the Razer Nommo Chroma, they added some real depth to our games and improved music a whole heap! The RGB lighting lacked the proper punch that we’re used to from Razer but it adds to the overall lighting on our system. We also loved the design, being completely different to anything else we’ve seen – it moves away from the standard, square appearance most speakers use.

If you’re buying a set of speakers primarily for gaming, we can 100% recommend the Nommo Chroma.

+ Easy to set up
+ Excellent sound quality
+ Beautiful design
+ USB + 3.5mm audio inputs
+ Has RGB lighting
+ Volume and bass adjustment on the speaker

- Bass lacked a proper punch
- RGB lighting was dim and badly diffused
- A little pricey for 2.0

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