Razer Nommo Chroma Speakers Overview
The Razer Nommo Chroma speakers have a very unique design. They sort of remind me of older surveillance cameras with their long tube-like shape. The speakers themselves are all black, which should make these speakers fit in on pretty much any setup.
The main side of the speakers that face you have a centered 3-inch tweeter. Razer is making use of a custom glass fiber design for clear and accurate sounds. On the side of the speakers is a small Razer logo, which you can actually barely see.
Flipping around to the back you have a few connections. On the right speaker you have an AUX in, power, and headphone (3.5mm) connection and on the left speaker there is a simple connection to connect the two speakers. Also connected to the right speaker is a USB cable and the connection cable to connect both speakers together. These are hard-wired and cannot be removed. Also one the rear of each speaker you’ll find the bass ports.
The speakers sit on stands, which appear to be pretty heavy duty and have a circular base. The speakers sit at 220 mm tall at their highest point. On the right speaker you have bass and volume knobs. I actually like physical buttons as they are very easy to access compared to just Windows volume control.
On the bottom of each base is a large circular rubber pad, which will make sure these speakers stay in place on your desk. There is also small text letting you know which speaker is left or right. There is an RGB ring around the bottom of the base, which has 24 RGB LEDs.