Razer tends to take a lot of flak for focusing on marketing and the packaging for their products. While I may not completely agree with all of it, I do think the way a product is packaged can add a little to the experience. It is similar to buying a game vs buying the limited edition. A cool experience when getting into a product improves your impression and user experience. With the Seiren Pro the box there was a surprising lack of the bright green that Razer normally uses. The front of the box has a large photo of the microphone on it. It has a white Razer logo, icons that show you both of the connection options, and a few notes down at the bottom about the microphone. I was surprised that they went out of their way to try to show the difference between this and the normal Seiren. On the side they had write-ups on it, the high-pass filter, and a list of the features shared and not shared between the two microphones.

On the back the box has another large photo of the microphone but this time it is of the back of the microphone. There are photos of all of the other not visible features as well and each feature has a number that goes with a short explanation over on the side. On the last side they even had a breakdown of the microphones four different recording field settings to show how each would be used.

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The box opens with a large flap and is held closed with Velcro. When you open it up they great you with a welcome to the cult of the Razer quote on the pull out tray. Under it you get a note from their CEO and a small manual. Up under the documentation is the microphone itself sitting in a formed foam bed to keep it from bouncing around

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The tray that we pulled off the top of the microphone actually holds all of the included accessories and cables. While I will actually cover those a little more in the next section I do love that each cable has a spot and has a label printed on it as well.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #36803 08 Jul 2015 20:36
Today I take a look at Razer's new Seiren Pro microphone to see if going with a high end microphone is the right decision for everyone
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L0rdG1gabyt3 replied the topic: #36890 29 Jul 2015 13:22
I use the regular Yeti at home, and it does play sound through the headphone port. You just have to change your default audio output to the microphone.
Its a shame that the razor does not do this.

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