Razer Audio Mixer Review | KitGuru

This audio mixer is Razer’s latest foray into the world of streaming gear. Priced at £249.99, it gives streamers a way to channel their audio, change their mic settings and more. But at £100 more than the popular GoXLR Mini, is this audio mixer worth buying or should you save the money? Let’s find out…

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00:00 Introduction
01:03 Unboxing
01:46 Dimensions and weights
02:09 RGB and fingerprints
03:13 Fades
04:02 Mute and BEEP buttons
05:25 Connections
07:34 Presentation of the Synapse software
18:12 Jack’s final thoughts


  • Dimensions: 155mm x 115mm x 55.3mm
  • Weight: 468 g (without cable), 526 g (with cable)
  • Hardware control features: 4 channel volume faders, 4 channel mute buttons, 1 microphone mute button, 1 beep button, 1 48V phantom power button
  • Analog Connections: XLR and 6.35mm hybrid port, 3.5mm line in port, 3.5mm line out port, 3.5mm headphone out port. 3.5mm microphone input port
  • Digital connections: 1 x USB-C, 1 x optical audio cable
  • Audio Effects: Noise Gate, Compressor, EQ, Echo Reverb, Presets, Voice Changer, Key Shifter, Vocal Fading
  • Frequency response: 10Hz to 20kHz
  • Dynamic range: > 110 Db
  • System requirements: Microsoft Windows 10

The Razer Audio Mixer has a retail price of £249.99 and is available direct from Razer HERE.

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  • Good manufacturing quality.
  • The faders have a good level of resistance.
  • XLR and 6.35mm support.
  • Dedicated mute button for each channel.
  • Microphone input and headphone output on the front.
  • XLR on the back for a tidier workspace.
  • Low noise input.

The inconvenients:

  • Non-motorized sliders.
  • RGB cannot be synchronized with other devices.
  • Shiny areas pick up dust and fingerprints too easily.
  • Most, if not all, of the key features depend on Synapse.
  • Almost £100 more than the Go XLR mini for essentially the same features.

KitGuru says: While the Razer Audio Mixer doesn’t offer much over the GoXLR Mini, it does give Razer fans a way to streamline their aesthetic. In my testing it performed well, but I’m not convinced it’s worth £100 over the popular GoXLR mini. However, in terms of performance and operation, I can recommend it.

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