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The significant contrast between the £100 Nommo and the £150 Nommo Chroma is – you got it – the RGB lighting. This comes politeness of Razer’s Chroma innovation, and that implies the lighting on the speakers can be synchronized with other Razer items – so on the off chance that you have a full arrangement of Chroma peripherals, you might need to pay more to finish the look with the Nommo Chroma speakers.
That being stated, whatever remains of the equipment is the same – the two models utilize a similar 3-inch custom woven glass fiber drivers, in a similar plastic lodging with a similar bass and volume control handles. That implies in the event that you like the look of the Nommo Chroma however ,couldn’t care less for the RGB lighting, you can spare yourself £50 straight away.
In any case, there is one more thought while picking between the two – the £100 Nommo associates by means of 3.5mm jack, while the Nommo Chroma interfaces over USB (to enable you to control the lighting through Synapse). Alongside the capacity to control the lighting, however, this likewise implies the Nommo Chroma utilizes its own particular DAC, so you sidestep your motherboard’s sound preparing. For those with more established motherboards – which may have poor on-board sound – this could be another motivation to think about spending more on the Nommo Chroma.
General sound quality is great thinking of it as is a £150 item. You don’t get a rich, nitty gritty sound that you would from something that costs significantly more, yet for a 2.0 work area speaker set, I am very content with the sound created by the Nommo Chroma. I would exhort that you keep the bass handle turned down (i.e have less bass in the blend) similarly as with the handle wrenched up, the bass gets very enlarged and overpowering.
With a lower bass setting, however, despite everything you get enough low-end nearness to compliment the mids and highs and keep the general sound from feeling level. Talking about mids, these are stunningly clear considering the cost of the speakers – the mid-go introduction isn’t excessively warm or lavish, however, it is perfectly and very fresh so vocals – especially talked word/general discourse – come through plainly. This makes the Nommo Chroma a decent decision for general YouTube watching or notwithstanding to game, on the off chance that you like to game with speakers as opposed to a headset.
Finally, the treble. This is very smooth and not tremendously conspicuous in the blend – you don’t get as much detail you would from a decent combine of earphones, for example – however there is sufficient top of the line vitality to keep the sound from feeling hidden or sloppy.
By and large, the Razer Nommo Chroma is a strong 2.0 work area speaker framework. At the £150 cost point, it gives a decent, clear stable that doesn’t have any glaring issues. I wouldn’t state I am overwhelmed by the sound execution, however, in the event that you need a minimized and gorgeous speaker set this will carry out the activity pleasantly.
- 2 x 3 inch full range drivers (1 x per speaker)
- Frequency response: 50-20,000hz
- Digital USB audio input
- 1 x 3.5mm aux input jack
- 1 x 3.5mm headphone output jack
- Bass and volume control
- Razer Chroma enabled