The Razer Opus is the gaming company’s first wireless ANC headphones and you might be shocked to discover that there is not a splash of Razer’s signature fluorescent green on it. What it does have is a small but quite noticeable THX trademark on the ear cans, signifying the Opus is THX-certified for audio clarity and in conjunction with a hybrid Active Noise Cancellation feature with 4 dedicated microphones works great to keep you tuned out of the noisy world as you work while the battery life with ANC is an excellent 25 hours. THX certification means that the Opus must be able to deliver clear vocals and deep bass with zero distortion, and they make a great pair of ANC headphones to use when you have to tune out your audio background to focus on work.
Poly Voyager 6200 UC
Poly was created in 2019 from the merger of Plantronics and Polycom, and the Voyager 6200 UC was previously a Plantronics product - a Bluetooth neckband headset that made the device comfortable to wear all day. Multipoint contact technology enables the Voyager 6200 UC to pair with up to eight devices simultaneously, so if there’s an incoming Zoom or Skype call to your PC, you can answer the call from your Voyager 6200 UC if you’re within range. The Poly Voyager 6200 UC has up to 9 hours of talk and 16 hours of listening, supports aptX and has ANC.
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