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Say No More, Nommo is probably Razer’s Best Desktop Gaming Speakers

Nommo Chroma Desktop speakers

Excuse the pun, but Razer’s newest desktop speakers, Nommo, may well be the best desktop speakers Razer has to date after the Leviathan (check out our Razer Leviathan Review).

The new speaker line up is for PCs and available in 3 different models: Razer Nommo, Nommo Chroma, and Nommo Pro.

Nommo Chroma

Razer Nommo is the standard model, a 2.0 speaker system for your desk. Nommo Chroma, as you may have guessed, is Nommo with the Razer Chroma lighting system. Nommo Pro is definitely what you should get if you have the money. It’s a 2.1 speaker system (with dedicated downward firing subwoofer) powered by Dolby Virtual Speaker technology to simulate 5.1 surround sound and THX certified. The Pro also supports Razer Chroma lighting. It’s the best audio experience to deliver from the Nommo range both in terms of entertainment and gaming.

Nommo Pro

The Nommo design may look like a hair dryer at a glance (and Razer’s promo video even makes fun of this) but it’s engineered to ensure accurate audio positioing, audio quality, and of course, aesthetic factor (if you like the design).

The Nommo Pro features independent tweeters for enhanced highs, its drivers are coated with Dupont Kevlar (yeah, that same material used for the Kevlar armour), and supports USB/Optical/Bluetooth/3.5mm/headphone jack. A handy control pod controls the volume and source.

Razer Nommo Specifications

  • 2 x 3 in. full range drivers (1 x per speaker)
  • Frequency response: 50-20,000 Hz
  • 1 x 3.5 mm audio input jack
  • 1 x 3.5 mm headphone output jack
  • 1 x 3.5 mm aux input jack
  • Bass and volume control
  • Hardware requirements:
    • Devices with 3.5 mm audio ports

Razer Nommo Chroma Specifications

  • 2 x 3 inch full range drivers (1 x per speaker)
  • Frequency response: 50-20,000 Hz
  • Digital USB audio input
  • 1 x 3.5 mm aux input jack
  • 1 x 3.5 mm headphone output jack
  • Bass and volume control
  • Razer Chroma enabled

Razer Nommo Pro Specification

  • 2 x 0.8 in. silk dome tweeters (1 x per speaker)
  • 2 x 3 in. full range drivers (1 x per speaker)
  • 1 x 6 in. down-firing subwoofer
  • Frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz
  • USB connection
  • Optical connection
  • 3.5 mm connection
  • Control pod featuring power, volume, mute, pairing and source control functions with a headphone jack
  • Razer Chroma enabled

Razer Nommo and Nommo Chroma are available now with AUD$169.95 RRP for the Nommo and AUD$249.99 for Nommo Chroma. Nommo Pro availability is to be confirmed later this year with an RRP of USD$499.99.

Razer Nommo Official Promo Video:

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