The Nommo Pro speakers are THX-certified and come with Dolby virtual 5.1 surround sound. According to Razer, the main drivers are covered with Kevlar and its tweeters are woven with silk for solid mids and smooth, balanced highs, while there are a nice bottom end thanks to the cylindrical subwoofer moves air down. There is support for USB, optical, Bluetooth and standard audio connections with separate control pod. There is an EQ that can be customized via the mobile app, and the Chroma lights can be set using the Synapse 3 PC app. The Nommo pro will set you back $500 when it goes on sale sometime soon.
There is also a cheaper version of the Nommo speaker, which offers a more basic experience, with two three-inch “woven glass fiber” drivers with bass ports in the back. Then there is the Nommo Chroma, which is the same as the cheaper Nommo speaker, but with the Chroma lights enabled.
The Nommo and Nommo Chroma will be available this month, while the Nommo Pro has yet to be scheduled for a release date.
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