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Decent mid-range and high notes.
Nice LED glow.
Battery lasts over 11 hours.
Easy to carry.
360 degree sound flow.
Charges via USB.
Battery Status LED.
Built-in rechargeable battery.
Bass is weak.
Requires 3.5mm audio input instead of USB.
No inline volume control.
Cracks on high volume.
Lack of bass coverage below 150 Hz limits the sound quality for lower frequencies.
No Bluetooth Connectivity.
Sound quality not suitable for music playback.
Sharp highs and muffled/muted bass.
Connecting speaker cable too short.
By PCAdvisor on April 09, 2013
With a compact and lightweight design the Razer Ferox speakers are very portable and multiple users can listen easily with the 360-degree soundscape. However, they're overpriced considering the relatively mediocre audio quality: they're only a minor upgrade to most laptop speakers.
By PCWorld New Zealand on January 05, 2012
Razer's Ferox speakers are simple but sexy, and Razer claims they’re “tiny but mighty”. Tiny they may be – they’re about as tall and wide as a tube of lipstick – but mighty they are not. The Ferox speakers had the...
By Tbreak.com on June 09, 2011
Razer is no stranger to high quality audio equipment, what with the number of high-end stereo and surround headsets over the past years. Their breakthrough hit, the Razer Mako 2.1 THX speakers were one of the best desktop audio speakers at the time,...
By Craving Tech on May 16, 2011
At the end of the day, don’t expect the Razer Ferox to completely replace your 5.1 desktop speakers or a high-end gaming headset like the Razer Megalodon.The lack of Bass reduces the gaming experience and excitement overall but the audio clarity...
By CIOL on April 28, 2011
It can produce sound at a frequency between 150Hz to 20kHz, which is almost equal to that of Genius SP-i160, a single speaker with good looks, and costs only 1k. In case you want a portable dual speaker you can try Altec Lansing BXR1220, priced at...
By LanOC Reviews on April 21, 2011
My experience with the Razer Ferox was considerably better than what I expected. Past experiences with portable speakers had left me jaded. Razer build a quality product that at-least “feels” like it will hold up over time. Little tricks...
By Bjorn3D on March 28, 2011
In our rating, factors like performance, value, quality, features and innovation are taken into consideration in order to assess the overall quality of the item. Performance of this item was fairly impressive in comparison to the size of the...
By Rbmods.com on March 22, 2011
You can pick them up from Newegg for about 50$ which is a reasonable price for mobile speakers of this quality. As I said earlier I have tested this kit with a iPad, iPhone, and a laptop and it really sounds good even at higher volume. The sound is...
By HardwareZone.com on March 14, 2011
As with everything Razer does, the Ferox is a well-thought out and well-executed mini-speaker. The design, look and feel are classic traits of Razer with the Ferox coming out looking extremely good . The form factor emphasizes portability while little...
By Real World Labs on March 09, 2011
Although the Razer Ferox portable stereo speaker system looks and performs great i can't forget and leave out the fact that it only comes with mini-jack connectivity. Normally this wouldn't be bad, quite the opposite actually since this type...
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