Razer Blackshark V2 Hyperspeed, helmets for dedicated gamers

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The Razer Blackshark V2 Hyperspeed They are mid-range wireless headphones designed to offer the best performance in competitive games while delivering a comfortable user experience with minimal weight. Notably, these headphones are equipped with 1.97-inch Triforce Titan drivers, allowing them to produce clear sound with rich highs, bright mids, and deep bass. To close their offer with a flourish, they boast an autonomy of up to 70 hours with a single charge of their battery.

Alternatively, the Razer Blackshark V2X They are another great option if you prefer wired headphones without any sacrifice to performance.

Technical characteristics of the Razer Blackshark V2 Hyperspeed

Razer Blackshark V2 Hyperspeed
Weight 280 grams
Colors black and green
Cable length
Wireless connectivity Yes, Bluetooth 5.2 and HyperSpeed ​​Wireless Technology (2.4 GHz)
Composition Razer TriForce Titanium 50mm Diaphragms
Sound system THX Spatial Audio
Microphone Yes, Razer™ HyperClear Super Wideband Mic
Frequency response 12Hz – 28kHz
Sensitivity 100dBSPL/mW, 1KHz
Impedance 32 Ω at 1 KHz
PC connection USB
Microphone response frequency 100Hz–10kHz
Microphone signal-to-noise ratio 60dB
Microphone sensitivity -42 ± 3 dBV/PA, 1 kHz
Microphone Pickup Pattern Unidirectional
Official site Razer

Layout and controls

The BlackShark V2 HyperSpeed ​​shares the same design as the BlackShark V2 Pro and V2 Getting down to business, they look the same pilot style frame with oval cupsthin steel adjustment spokes that run from the main headband to the cup itself and a prominent volume dial that protrudes on the left side.

However, instead of a breathable micro-textured fabric for the cups, they use Synthetic leather, a material that, in the long run, has less durability. Additionally, the cups do not block external noise as well as the V2 Pro model and They are made of a lower quality plasticthis is noticeable in the weight, as they are 40 grams lighter than their older brothers, which curiously has a positive effect on the comfort of use.

Razer Blackshark V2 Hyperspeed - Design

Leaving the comparison aside, They are pretty solid headphones in their respective price range.. They’re comfortable to wear for hours and sit solidly on your head without putting too much pressure on them, plus the steel sliders are sturdier than their slim design might suggest.

When it comes to controls, They consist of a useful button for changing audio sources on the right earcupas well as a button to mute the microphone on the left along with a textured volume wheel.

Razer Blackshark V2 Hyperspeed How is the sound?

The Razer Blackshark V2 Hyperspeed inherits the 50mm Razer TriForce Titanium drivers present in the Pro model, so we can expect audio quality almost on par with the flagship version. Going into details, these headphones surprise with the clarity in the mid-range, a segment where many mid-range headphones generally make cuts. This translates into audio rich in details where the environmental sounds of games are well defined, so that we can locate our opponents in FPS titles by listening to their footsteps. They also provide a solid sense of space and the vocals are well balanced in relation to wider effects.

Razer Blackshark V2 Hyperspeed - Sound

On the other hand, bass precision is okay, but could be better. For some reason the response is reduced, so some effects have no impact. There is an overemphasis on the high bass that attempts to act as a counterbalance, adding warmth and boom to the mix to compensate. The consolation is that we can take advantage of the sound equalizer to improve bass response, so all is not lost.

Speaking of the sound equalizer, changes can be made using the Razer Synapse app, which is not the most complete app we have seen, but at least it offers a 10-band graphic equalizer that allows us to make quite specific adjustments. It’s also possible to save EQ settings for individual games and fine-tune certain microphone options, including voice clarity and tone. Additionally, there is THX spatial audio control and options to customize the headphone controls.

Razer Blackshark V2 Hyperspeed - Sound


The quality of the microphone is very important in gaming headsets, since we all know that communication in online games is vital to achieve victory, as well as to insult our teammates when the game goes to hell. In this sense, we are pleased to inform that 9.9mm condenser microphone with 32kHz sampling rate captures vocals very clearlyPlus, it does a solid job of capturing balanced tones while eliminating background noise.


The disadvantage that this microphone has compared to the Pro model is that it lacks the internal pop filter. Likewise, this microphone is not removable either.


These headphones can be used both wirelessly and wired. If we choose the first option, obviously the connection is made via Bluetoothalthough it should be noted that they include a wireless dongle which is useful for connecting them to consoles or devices without Bluetooth. On the other hand, the wired connection is established by a USB-C to USB-A cable.


The battery performance of the Razer BlackShark V2 HyperSpeed ​​is excellent. The manufacturer advertises up to 70 hours of playback time and the headphones not only fulfill that promise to the letter, but they can last a little longer if we are conservative with the volume level. With that in mind, they charge via USB-C and the process itself takes about 4 hours, so it takes its toll. Fortunately, they can be used while charging, but keep in mind that if we use them this way you can only obtain audio via USB.

Razer Blackshark V2 Hyperspeed - Autonomy

Availability and price of the Razer Blackshark V2 Hyperspeed

Those interested in the Razer Blackshark V2 Hyperspeed can purchase them through the reliable Amazon.es store, but they can also be found available at PC Componentes, Fnac or Media Markt.

  • Comfortable and light
  • Audio quality is on par with the Pro model
  • Good microphone
  • Graphic equalizer
  • Long autonomy
  • Mediocre construction and materials for the price
  • Poor passive soundstage performance
  • The microphone is not removable
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