Razer Adaro DJ Review

Razer Adaro DJ


Razer has once again ignored the green ascent on the packaging and let an all-black theme bring the charm. Adaro DJ comes in a rather large box with the headset name printed on the top left side and company logo on the right. The front is completely covered with a full-size image of the Adaro Dj in all its glory.

The top side is not that happening either with a small textured area along with the headset and company name. At the end of the top side a slogan which says “The Art of Sound” is also printed. The bottom of the box includes technical specifications of the headset along with some barcodes for serial numbers and stuff and lastly logos of certifications and trademarks.

On either side of the box, Adaro DJ headset’s left and right side images are printed with the product name. Razer has highlighted the chrome accents on the ear cups on both the sides. And finally at the back of the box, there is an image of the Adaro DJ showing off the left ear cup and the headband. Also at the back, features of Adaro DJ are printed in differently languages for your convenience.

Razer Adaro DJ

Opening up the box, the first thing our eyes will see are the manuals and guides of Adaro DJ. Apparently there are of no use but the included Razer stickers are always a treat. Before heading down to take out the carrying case which contains the headset, we have to read some inspiring information about Razer’s Adaro series printed on the left side.

Razer Adaro DJ

Taking out the manuals, we glance over another small box which contains the cables. Both are 1.3 m long, one of them is the standard cable which features a 3.5 mm jack to connect the Adaro DJ with your smartphones or PC. The other cable is coiled for more flexibility and has a ¼ inch audio adapter at the end. Both cables feature the signature Razer green color.

Finally we head towards the carrying case which is identical to one that comes with Kraken Forged Edition headset. The case has a matte finish and opening it reveals the headset in its compact form resting comfortably inside. On the other side, there is a small detachable pouch for the cables. The carrying case is an ideal companion for travelling.

Razer Adaro DJ


  • Razer Adaro DJ headset
  • 1.3 m cable with 3.5 mm jack
  • 1.3 m coiled cable with ¼ inch adapter
  • Carrying Case
  • Manuals and Guides
  • Razer Stickers

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