Razer has announced a refreshed version of its popular Nommo PC gaming speakers, with the Nommo V2, Nommo V2 X and Nommo Pro.
The flagship model, the Razer Nommo V2 Pro, boasts two speakers with 3″ full-range drivers, and is reportedly the world’s first PC gaming speaker system to feature a wireless, down-firing subwoofer. Each speaker features aluminium phase plugs for crystal-clear acoustics and also packs in rear-projection Razer Chroma RGB lighting to complete the look for those with a full suite of Razer gear.
“Today we’re redefining what gamers should expect from their desktop audio equipment,” Head of Razer’s PC Gaming Division, Barrie Ooi, said in an accompanying press release. “The Nommo V2 line isn’t just about listening—it’s about fully experiencing and immersing oneself in the game. Whether you’re tracking enemy footsteps in a first-person shooter or lost in the soundtrack of the latest RPG, these are the best PC gaming speakers to provide an incredibly engaging audio-visual experience.”
The entry-level Razer Nommo V2 X is a more simple, 2.0 speaker system with rear-facing bass ports at a more affordable price, while the Nommo V2 sports the same speakers with rear-projecting RGB as the Pro model albeit with a wired sub.
Also introduced is the Razer Wireless Control Pod, an optional accessory for the Nommo V2 and Nommo V2 X, and included with the Nommo Pro. The Wireless Control Pod is a rotatable, clickable dial and source button for easy navigation and intuitive control, allowing users to quickly control settings such as volume, play/pause, EQ and more. It connects to PC via Bluetooth, and Razer says the battery life lasts up to 8 months.
The new range will retail at the following prices, with the speakers coming to local retail “soon” and the Wireless Control Pod expected in August 2023.