CLARITY MADE COMPACT
Big sounds can come in small packages. Meet the Razer Seiren Mini—an ultra-compact condenser mic that's the perfect fit for professional grade-audio with any streaming or video call setup.
ULTRA-PRECISE SUPERCARDIOID PICKUP PATTERN
Because this compact condenser mic is tuned with a tighter pickup angle, it can focus on your voice and has better ambient noise reduction—ensuring that background sounds like typing and mouse clicks are minimized.
Tighter pattern at the sides and back reduces background noise and focuses sound from the front.
More sound from the sides as a result of a larger pattern
PROFESSIONAL RECORDING QUALITY
A flatter frequency response curve means a more balanced and accurate sound
With its 14mm condenser capsule and flat frequency response, the mic can create a more accurate reproduction of your voice—broadcasting with stellar clarity that’s filled with crisp highs and deep lows. Hear it for yourself:
Razer Seiren Mini
The Razer Seiren Mini has a warmer, balanced sound and picks up less background noise compared to the identically priced Microphone S. Compared to the more expensive Microphone Y, the Razer Seiren Mini is comparable in sound quality with balanced amounts of highs and lows.
ULTRA-COMPACT AND PORTABLE
Made for minimalist or smaller setups, this compact condenser mic barely takes up any desk space and is discreet on camera so that the focus is always on you. It’s also easy to bring along if you need to take your streaming or work elsewhere.
The mic is attached to a stable support that can be angled to find the perfect sweetspot for your voice. It can also be detached and mounted on a boom arm or mic stand that uses a standard 5/8-inch thread.
When accidental knocks and bumps happen, the Razer Seiren Mini’s built-in shock mount dampens these vibrations to help protect your stream or colleagues’ ears against sound anomalies.
Within seconds of plugging it into a USB port, the Razer Seiren Mini is good to go. Simply set its volume level via the streaming or voice chat software you're using, and let your voice do the rest.