These days, streamers are always looking for ways to get interesting content for their fans. Not infrequently, they choose to take their smartphones and do live streaming while walking outdoors.
However, one of the obstacles to live streaming outdoors using a smartphone is the poor audio quality. Seeing this problem, Razer announced the presence of a microphone made to be worn on the collar called the Seiren Bluetooth.
This device is an omnidirectional microphone with a clip-on design. Inside this microphone is AI-based noise canceling, and it was made specifically to help mobile streamers and vloggers who want good sound quality.
In the sales package, Razer includes a 3.5 mm audio jack for monitoring via headphones. Users can customize their sound via the Razer Streaming App to change noise-canceling levels, reduce latency for game streaming, and adjust sidetones for monitoring.
The battery of this device is claimed to last up to four hours with AI enabled and six hours with AI disabled. Users also get silencers that help reduce pop and wind noise, both indoors and outdoors.
The Seiren Bluetooth will retail for USD 100. Users can also use this device in various common streaming applications such as Streamlabs, Twitch, and YouTube on a PC or laptop in addition to supporting all types of smartphones.