Razer launches Moray, its first in-ear monitor for gamers and streamers

The IEMs feature a hybrid dual-driver acoustic design.

Razer has announced its first in-ear monitor (IEM), the Razer Moray. The Moray is designed for gamers and streamers who want to enjoy high-fidelity audio and comfort over long sessions.

The Moray features a hybrid dual-driver acoustic design that combines a balanced armature driver and a dynamic driver. The result is a wide and immersive soundstage that delivers accurate and non-fatiguing audio, according to Razer. It is also THS certified.

The IEM boasts passive noise isolation, blocking up to -36 dB of ambient noise and allowing users to focus on their content creation or gaming without distractions.

Razer Moray package

The Moray has a low-profile ergonomic shape with soft silicone and memory foam ear tip options in various sizes to suit different preferences and ear shapes. It also comes with a detachable braided over-ear MMCX cable with an L-shaped plug, a splash-resistant carrying case, and a built-in cable management system to prevent tangling.

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The Razer Moray is priced at $129.99 (around P7,200). For more information, visit

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