Take your enjoyment and immersion to levels you’ve never heard of, with cutting-edge audio engineering that packs the power of 3 drivers in 1. Designed to tune high, mid and low audio frequencies individually, explore how Razer™ TriForce 50mm Drivers can amplify your gaming experience.
Upgraded with titanium-coated diaphragms, this variant gives added clarity to any vocals you hear. It’s stiffer and stronger for better resonance, while being light enough to ensure ultra-fast response times and accurate sound reproduction.
Because the drivers are able to focus on bass, midrange and treble separately, they aren’t restricted to a single range unlike traditional designs. This means the sound qualities of each frequency band is enhanced and doesn’t muddy.
The focused tuning of frequency bands also ensures a lower deviation in sound levels, so you can enjoy more consistent audio that doesn’t dip or spike, which can cause tones to become duller or more exaggerated.
Note the sharper dip between 400Hz–1KHz for other drivers (red line) against the Razer™ TriForce 50mm Drivers (green line)—a smoother curve illustrating more consistent vocal and midrange performance.
Note the sharper dip between 3KHz–5KHz for other drivers (red line) against the Razer™ TriForce 50mm Drivers (green line)—a smoother curve illustrating more consistent treble and high frequency performance.
By mitigating the distortion between the left and right chambers, what you hear in-game is accurately placed and will never sound lopsided—a noticeable difference when compared to the industry average of over 5dB.
Between 200Hz–2.2KHz, note how the other driver’s performance (red line) strays further from the 0dB line as compared to the Razer™ TriForce 50mm Drivers (green line)—a flatter line representing lower distortion levels.
Between 4.5KHz–7.5KHz and beyond 10KHz, note how the other driver’s performance (red line) has more than 5dB of distortion, while the Razer™ TriForce 50mm Drivers (green line) remains below 5dB.
These drivers are supported by Razer Synapse 3, giving you access to settings that can be customized to further enhance your audio experience:
Amplifies low audio frequencies to give you a deeper, more solid feel from sounds such as explosions or drumbeats.
Turns up softer sounds without overpowering louder sources, like picking up footsteps amongst gunfire in FPS games.
Improve how you sound with a mix of vocal filtering and normalization, emphasizing important parts of speech without applying an overall volume increase to speech signal.
Select a desirable equalizer that suits your listening, and fine-tune the frequency components to get it sounding just the way you want.