Razer has unveiled its new Razer Nommo V2 speakers that provide a range of 2.0 and 2.1 desktop speaker options for gamers, with prices ranging from $149.99 up to $449.99. Also available is a new Wireless Control Pod that can be used in conjunction with the new speakers to control volume, EQ, and more.
Topping the PC speaker range is the Razer Nommo V2 Pro (pictured at the top of this page), which is a 2.1 speaker system with a pair of 3-inch driver-equipped speakers and a wireless down-firing subwoofer – no size is given for the sub’s driver size.
Like the company’s previous Nommo speakers, the main units sit on stalks to raise them from your desk, although the new design has the driver sitting lower but facing upward, increasing the chance they’ll be facing toward you. RGB lighting also adorns the V2 Pro, with it shining out the backside of each speaker.
Also included with the V2 Pro is the Wireless Control Pod, which is a small rotatable and clickable puck that can be used to control volume and EQ, play/pause your media, and more. It connects via Bluetooth and the battery can last up to eight months. The Razer Nommo V2 Pro price is $449.99 / £399.99.
Next on the hit list is the Razer Nommo V2, which uses the same main speakers as the Nommo V2 Pro but switches to a wired subwoofer. You also no longer get the Wireless Control Pod included in the price, though it can be bought separately. The Razer Nommo V2 price is $299.99 / £249.99 while the Razer Wireless Control Pod price is $49.99 / £49.99.
Bottom of the rung is the Razer Nommo V2 X, which is a pair of 2.0 speakers that doesn’t include any subwoofer and also does away with the RGB of the other speakers. The Razer Nommo V2 X price is $149.99 / £149.99.
All three speaker options are equipped with THX Spatial Audio, via Razer’s providing a wide, true-to-life soundstage. Also available for the first time in Razer’s software. We’ve been impressed by company’s implementation of THX Spatial Audio for headphones so are intrigued to see how well it works for speakers.
The software also includes specially tuned EQs for delivering optimal sound for specific title, such as Cyberpunk 2077 and Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. We saw a similar thing with the Razer BlackShark V2 Pro (2023) that includes esports game EQ settings for optimizing the sound profile for games such as Apex Legends, CSGO, and Valorant.