Razer Surround is a program that creates a virtual surround sound environment in 7.1 format. You can emulate surround sound on almost any headphones (except the oldest or cheapest ones), but the best way to do so is with Razer headsets. And the latter usually applies to models with hardware support for surround sound format 7.1, and to headphones without it. A sound calibration wizard, which you will be asked to run immediately after starting the Razer Surround, will help you to set up the sound source emulation as precisely as possible.
In addition to emulating surround sound, the program also offers a host of other options to improve sound quality and help you get the most out of your headset. Options include dynamic range expansion, bass boost, volume reduction for stable sound levels and software speech clarity for conversations. The user also has an equalizer with ready-made settings profiles for various musical styles and support for saving user's own. Selected options and slider positions are stored and stored in the cloud. However, in order for the user to successfully save, they must create a Razer ID and install the Razer Synapse application (of which Razer Surround is a part).
This program will be especially useful for gamers. 7.1 sound (even if it's emulated) and enhanced bass noticeably improve the fun of the game, and in network shooters it also helps to determine which side of the enemy is sneaking up on you.
- emits 7.1 surround sound for all stereo headsets;
- allows you to calibrate the sound sources according to your own wishes;
- offers a number of other options to enhance sound quality;
- Includes an equalizer with ready-made settings profiles for different musical styles;
- saves the settings in the cloud storage.