Razer Kraken Pro prices in Singapore

You’ve got a powerful gaming rig, a great responsive keyboard, and a hyper-accurate gaming mouse – why not up your gaming audio with a fantastic gaming headphone as well? The Razer Kraken Pro has all of the great features every gamer needs when it comes to audio: Fantastic sound quality with rich bass, a crystal-clear microphone, and superior comfort. Read more below!

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Razer Kraken Pro Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelKraken Pro
DateOct 2012
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired
3.5 mm connector
Cable length1.3 m
Ear couplingCircumaural
Headphone frequency20 - 20000 Hz
Impedance32 Ω
Headphone sensitivity110 dB
Magnet typeNeodymium
Driver unit4 cm
Headset typeBinaural
Wearing styleHead-band
Colour of productBlack

Razer Kraken Pro Singapore

The eSports Headset

The Razer Kraken Pro is first and foremost a gaming headset – designed to provide superior gaming audio to gamers, professionals and casuals alike. The Razer Kraken Pro is the perfect blend of form and function in a single headset. It packs a punch in the sound department, especially accented by its low rumbling bass (a Razer sound-signature).

The Razer Kraken Pro is also commonly used by eSports athletes as they take on the many world stages in their lifetime. The Kraken Pro is optimized for prolonged wear during intense gaming sessions, allowing gamers to be properly focused in-game for many hours. The Kraken Pro gaming headset is also available in white, black, or Razer’s iconic neon green colour to match your gaming setup.

Fully-Retractable Microphone

The Kraken Pro features a fully-retractable microphone that stays hidden in the left earcup when it is not in use. The retractable feature of the microphone keeps things clean and out of the way when not in use, reducing distractions when it is not needed. The microphone is also very flexible when it is extended, making it easy to be positioned exactly where you want it to be.

The microphone of the Kraken Pro headset is also accompanied by an in-line control pod that lets you adjust the volume of the headset and mute the microphone. The in-line placement makes it convenient and quick to adjust settings, without having to take your hand far off from your keyboard or controller.

Feel the Rumble

The Razer Kraken Pro headset is equipped with powerful 40mm neodymium magnet drivers that are specifically tuned. The drivers deliver impressive high- and mid-ranges, letting you hear the crystal-clear sounds of glass shattering and ammo shells bouncing off surfaces in-game. The headset also gives off a deep low rumble of bass when the explosions happen.

The tuned drivers are accompanied by thick headphone cushions which form a proper seal around the ears; creating superior sound isolation so that gamers can be fully immersed in their game with zero-noise distractions.

Razer Kraken Pro Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-08-17
Cracking, Handy extension cable; fourCracked, Poor sound quality; no memoryfoam padding; garish typeface design, flaky microphone
Cracking Handy extension cable; four-pole adapter; retractable mic. (-) Cracked Poor sound quality; no memory-foam padding; garish typeface design; flaky microphone.This article was published in the December 2015 issue of Maximum PC . For more trusted...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-11
Class leading comfort, Excellent base response, Convenient retractile microphone, Solid build qualityCan lose some quality in high frequencies, especially for music
I'm a bit of a geek when it comes to sound. It's a tragically expensive habit to be stuck in the middle of too with speakers and amplifiers quickly reaching hundreds if not thousands of pounds. Fortunately there's what I consider a bit of a cheat that hel...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-26
Handy extension cable, fourpole adapter, retractable mic.Poor sound quality, no memoryfoam padding, garish typeface design, flakey microphone
Headsets have come a long way over the last decade. And even though this variant of Razer's prestigious Kraken series is priced competitively, at around $80, it just doesn't hold its own when compared to solutions from competitors such as QPad, Steelserie...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-11
Switching to a selection of games, which is of course what the Kraken Pro is really built for, and things do improve. Naturally, it's action scenes that benefit the most from the bassheavy soundscape; fans of shooters and high octane racers, for example...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-15
Very lightweight, White/black color scheme a nice change for Razer, Solid soundNo in-line or on-the-fly controls, Circular instead of elliptical earcups—a bit small for some
The Razer Kraken Pro isn't new, per se, but this iteration of it certainly is. Like the special version of the Razer Taipan released earlier this year, the Razer Kraken Pro now comes in a glossy white. Sure, Razer's strict neon green/black color scheme ha...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-01
As with most Razer products, the Kraken Pro headset's over-the-top aesthetics and unique features, like foldable ear cups, a retractable microphone and iPhone compatibility, are designed to set it apart from the crowd...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-22
Surface calibration helps stop liftoff jitter, Cloudbased settings and game profiles, Ambidextrous designNothing of consequence
If you like to game on your Mac, you probably want any extra edge you can find to improve your gaming performance. A good headset and a precision mouse are key to a good gaming experience, which is why I've been using Razer's Kraken headset and Taipan gam...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-20
Gaming sound characteristics, Noise isolation, WeightMuted highs in music, Microphone, Tight fit
Gaming headphones are a challenge to get right, for a long list of reasons that are unique to the consumer buying them. Some shoppers want a universal set of headphones, some weigh the difference in the configuration, while others just want something with...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-18
Razer's gaming headsets have always stood out thanks to their iconic Ouroboros logo, but the Kraken Pro is absolutely unmistakable. You could recognise its luminous green design from across a crowded room.Although it’s predominantly made of plastic, the K...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-30
Listening to music is fun, but trying to listen with cruddy headphones is majorly irritating and takes away from the enjoyment of music. Talking to friends in game is great, but having to take your headphones off so your ears stop hurting is not to a game...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-30
Sometimes simplicity works. Gaming headsets with bells and whistles like surround sound, USB audio processors, and wireless functionality are great, but when you get down to it, the most important thing is to be able to plug in a headset and be able to he...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-28
Comfortable. Good bass response. Easy setup.Slightly weak high end. Microphone design could be better
Sometimes simplicity works. Gaming headsets with bells and whistles like surround sound, USB audio processors, and wireless functionality are great, but when you get down to it, the most important thing is to be able to plug in a headset and be able to he...
Reviewed on 2013-02-05
Built to last, Hidden Mic, Very LoudUncomfortable (relative)
This item can be found at the following stores: I know every review out there is going to say the same cheesy line but I refuse to do it. I REFUSE! The moment I received word that I was going to review the “most comfortable gaming headset ever” an...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-30
Razer has released their Kraken Pro gaming headset and been kind enough to shoot one over to us for review. The headset we received is clad mostly in Razer's signature neon green color, with tons of softness and foam pieces to boot. This is because Razer...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-26
Choosing a headset can prove to be mighty difficult in today's era. There's a ton of options whether it's comfort level, sound quality, or functionality. Usually headsets tend to favor one factor over the other, leaving you fairly dissatisfied in the long...
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