Razer Barracuda Pro wireless gaming headset review

Finally, a gaming headset you won’t be ashamed to wear outside

The Razer Barracuda Pro is the latest and greatest addition to Razer’s gaming headset lineup, and like other manufacturers, they are having a go with integrated beamforming microphones.

Integrated microphones allow headsets to shed their typical gaming silhouette in favor of a more multifunctional and portable shape akin to the Sony WH-1000 noise-canceling headphones.

This is all well and good, as it makes for a more minimalist attractive design, but Razer has made a name for itself with high-performance, tournament-ready gaming peripherals, and we’ve had bad experiences with beamforming mics in the past.

Most notably, the Asus ROG Deltas S Wireless was a great headset, unfortunately marred by integrated microphones that simply weren’t suitable for gaming. So, let’s see if Razer has done a better job with the Razer Barracuda Pro.

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Razer Barracuda Pro specs

Razer Barracuda Pro Wireless Gaming Mobile Headset

Razer Barracuda Pro Wireless Gaming & Mobile Headset


USB Type-C, 2.4GHz wireless, Bluetooth 5.2

Frequency response

20 Hz – 20 kHz


Dual Integrated Beamforming Noise-Cancelling with omnidirectional pickup


PC, Mac, PS4/5, Mobile