Razer Nommo Chroma

Razer Nommo Chroma: Custom Woven 3″ Glass Fiber Drivers – Rear-Facing Bass Ports – Bass Knob w/ Automatic Gain Control – Razer Chroma Enabled – Full Range 2.0 PC Gaming Speakers

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  • FULL RANGE 2.0 GAMING SPEAKERS: Optimized drivers built for full range sound and extreme clarity
  • CUSTOM 3″ WOVEN GLASS FIBER DRIVERS: Producting a tighter sound with higher frequencies, allowing you to hear disinct layers and audio details
  • REAR-FACING BASS PORTS: Deliver increased bass output for a fuller, richer range of audio
  • BASS KNOB WITH AUTOMATIC GAIN CONTROL: Fine-tune the output perfectly—from ground-shaking bass to a low hum for late night sessions
  • SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: PC/Mac with a free USB port, Razer Synapse requirements: Windows7/Mac OS X 10.9 (or higher), internet connection: 100 MB of free hard disk space.

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Specification: Razer Nommo Chroma

Brand Name

Item model number

RZ05-02460100-R3U1

Item Weight (pounds)

4.41

Product Dimensions

5.5 x 6.7 x 8.7 inches

Item Dimensions L x W x H

5.52 x 6.7 x 8.67 inches

color

Nommo Chroma

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  1. Hana

    Do you want a pretty looking speaker that will make your friends jealous??Say NOMMO! Get this speaker.It’s so pretty even Unicorns are getting jealous of the speaker’s LED. Sound quality is decent but for the price tag you can get better options honestly. I’m a Razer fan and I had money to spare. If you’re serious on sound quality do more research. Also this one doesn’t have a separate bass, just 2 speakers.EDIT 2/12/18: Speakers are running good so far…I know someone complained about the RGB not being the same or not as strong as the other Razer products but that is not true. They are exactly the same. I have attached a video so you can see them in action. I have the Razer mouse pad and the Razer Headset stand all with the Wave LED motion. Now do you understand why the Unicorns are not happy with me?

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  2. Hana

    Do you want a pretty looking speaker that will make your friends jealous??Say NOMMO! Get this speaker.It’s so pretty even Unicorns are getting jealous of the speaker’s LED. Sound quality is decent but for the price tag you can get better options honestly. I’m a Razer fan and I had money to spare. If you’re serious on sound quality do more research. Also this one doesn’t have a separate bass, just 2 speakers.EDIT 2/12/18: Speakers are running good so far…I know someone complained about the RGB not being the same or not as strong as the other Razer products but that is not true. They are exactly the same. I have attached a video so you can see them in action. I have the Razer mouse pad and the Razer Headset stand all with the Wave LED motion. Now do you understand why the Unicorns are not happy with me?

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  3. Todd Doiron

    As far as all the other reviews saying they don’t work and they arn’t loud and this and that. I just think to myself if people did a little research before buying, like reading reviews, they would know most of this stuff they find out after buying them before. So here’s my honest review.Speakers, they are 2.0 speakers and have a volume loud enough for me to keep them at less then half and enjoy them. If they arnt loud enough for someone then either they need a hearing aid and have hearing problems unrelated to the speakers or just like to be blown off their seat listening to their lvl 60 Holy Paladin chain casting their best heal spell. So like I said, they are 2.0 speakers. Meaning 2 as in 2 speakers, Right and Left, and 0 as in NO SUB. So that’s your 2.0, if it was 2.1 or 5.1 or 7.1 or 5.2 and so on then I would be very upset with the performance. They are a nice clear crisp sounding speaker. Don’t expect this super surround experience.Lighting, the whole reason we spent the extra $50 and got these and not the non-lighted ones. Well get ready to be disappointed. The lighting program is Razers Synapse 3.0 Beta. Software is ok to control as I have 7 items that use the Chroma app for light control. They look nice and cool…….in the dark. The light is very dim compared to other Razer products that are similar, like say the headphone stand. On the headphone stand the light is bright and there’s enough of the LED’s bulb (let’s call it that) exposed to where it can be seen in a light room, however the speakers seem like they should be raised up about an 1/8th of an inch and the LEDS lens made twice as thick. I actually added thick felt pads to raise my speakers up, which helped the light alittle to throw the light out farther from the base. But having them sit right next to my headphone stand they are helplessly out shined and even overlooked by friends checking out my light setup in the normally light room. So that’s the reason for the 3 stars.In the end, I am happy with the sound, after my little mod to help with the light I am satisfied only. Sorry to say I really didn’t even give much thought that this dim light would be a problem when I paid for them. I guess I had sub-consciously assumed it would match the headphone stand I had, and I didn’t read anything in any review about this problem. Hope this helps. Enjoy!

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  4. Todd Doiron

    As far as all the other reviews saying they don’t work and they arn’t loud and this and that. I just think to myself if people did a little research before buying, like reading reviews, they would know most of this stuff they find out after buying them before. So here’s my honest review.Speakers, they are 2.0 speakers and have a volume loud enough for me to keep them at less then half and enjoy them. If they arnt loud enough for someone then either they need a hearing aid and have hearing problems unrelated to the speakers or just like to be blown off their seat listening to their lvl 60 Holy Paladin chain casting their best heal spell. So like I said, they are 2.0 speakers. Meaning 2 as in 2 speakers, Right and Left, and 0 as in NO SUB. So that’s your 2.0, if it was 2.1 or 5.1 or 7.1 or 5.2 and so on then I would be very upset with the performance. They are a nice clear crisp sounding speaker. Don’t expect this super surround experience.Lighting, the whole reason we spent the extra $50 and got these and not the non-lighted ones. Well get ready to be disappointed. The lighting program is Razers Synapse 3.0 Beta. Software is ok to control as I have 7 items that use the Chroma app for light control. They look nice and cool…….in the dark. The light is very dim compared to other Razer products that are similar, like say the headphone stand. On the headphone stand the light is bright and there’s enough of the LED’s bulb (let’s call it that) exposed to where it can be seen in a light room, however the speakers seem like they should be raised up about an 1/8th of an inch and the LEDS lens made twice as thick. I actually added thick felt pads to raise my speakers up, which helped the light alittle to throw the light out farther from the base. But having them sit right next to my headphone stand they are helplessly out shined and even overlooked by friends checking out my light setup in the normally light room. So that’s the reason for the 3 stars.In the end, I am happy with the sound, after my little mod to help with the light I am satisfied only. Sorry to say I really didn’t even give much thought that this dim light would be a problem when I paid for them. I guess I had sub-consciously assumed it would match the headphone stand I had, and I didn’t read anything in any review about this problem. Hope this helps. Enjoy!

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  5. CP80

    Buyer beware- the way Razer packages these they arrive with the tweeter cones pressed in!It’s due to a horrible packaging oversight by them. You can see in the picture how the bubble wrap presses up against the tweeters. With the normal wear and tear a package will go through during its shipment I’m not surprised by this result.I ordered a replacement unit and the left speaker had the same exact issue as the first one! The right speaker was fine with the first unit, but both were damaged on the second.For $500 speakers this is a disgrace. The speakers should have a magnetic grill or a hard plastic cover over them for shipping To avoid this problem. Otherwise it’s a nicely packaged with a cool presentation. The design looks great imo for razer fans and gamers etc. The subwoofer is huge -About 2 ft tall.I can’t comment on the sound unless I get a unit that is not damaged so I can actually use it. If that ever happens I will be fair and post a folllw up.UPDATE:I went through three units the first time. The Third only one tweeter had a SlIGHT push so I settled.Everything was fine for months until the speakers just died, no idea why. The power resides in the subwoofer. It’s concerning obviously, but to Razers credit the RMA process was smooth and they sent me a brand new system.I added the photo to show the speakers now come with different packaging! No bubble wrap and a hard plastic cover to protect those cones. They are mint. It’s great to see they listened and acted on this.Now I can actually comment on the sound and these are simply phenomenal. They are certainly intended for a desk and aimed at one user, but these things get LOUD and more importantly no matter how loud they remain crystal CLEAR. Warning, the subwoofer is huge.I do not like the default THX eq. I set it to custom and either use the game (smiley) or music eq setting. It sounds way better than the THX or Dolby presets imo. I don’t use this for movies, only gaming and music. I have the sub around 30% and it’s perfect for my room. I love to relax while at my desk and listen to music on these. Games are intense and you hear things you never used to because of the clarity and depth. You can easily argue these should be cheaper, but I have not heard anything better for a pc, nor sleeker in style.

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  6. CP80

    Buyer beware- the way Razer packages these they arrive with the tweeter cones pressed in!It’s due to a horrible packaging oversight by them. You can see in the picture how the bubble wrap presses up against the tweeters. With the normal wear and tear a package will go through during its shipment I’m not surprised by this result.I ordered a replacement unit and the left speaker had the same exact issue as the first one! The right speaker was fine with the first unit, but both were damaged on the second.For $500 speakers this is a disgrace. The speakers should have a magnetic grill or a hard plastic cover over them for shipping To avoid this problem. Otherwise it’s a nicely packaged with a cool presentation. The design looks great imo for razer fans and gamers etc. The subwoofer is huge -About 2 ft tall.I can’t comment on the sound unless I get a unit that is not damaged so I can actually use it. If that ever happens I will be fair and post a folllw up.UPDATE:I went through three units the first time. The Third only one tweeter had a SlIGHT push so I settled.Everything was fine for months until the speakers just died, no idea why. The power resides in the subwoofer. It’s concerning obviously, but to Razers credit the RMA process was smooth and they sent me a brand new system.I added the photo to show the speakers now come with different packaging! No bubble wrap and a hard plastic cover to protect those cones. They are mint. It’s great to see they listened and acted on this.Now I can actually comment on the sound and these are simply phenomenal. They are certainly intended for a desk and aimed at one user, but these things get LOUD and more importantly no matter how loud they remain crystal CLEAR. Warning, the subwoofer is huge.I do not like the default THX eq. I set it to custom and either use the game (smiley) or music eq setting. It sounds way better than the THX or Dolby presets imo. I don’t use this for movies, only gaming and music. I have the sub around 30% and it’s perfect for my room. I love to relax while at my desk and listen to music on these. Games are intense and you hear things you never used to because of the clarity and depth. You can easily argue these should be cheaper, but I have not heard anything better for a pc, nor sleeker in style.

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