Razer has released its brand new gaming soundbar, the Leviathan V2complete with two full-range speakers, a down-firing subwoofer, THX Spatial Audio and the company’s signature Chroma RGB lights.
As its name suggests, it is a sequel to the Leviathan sound bar which was released in 2014 to critical acclaim. Since then, Razer has made a number of improvements in performance and Razer features.
Leviathan V2 Specifications
The Leviathan V2 has a wider output range than its predecessor, with multiple speaker types, while being lighter. Along with two full-range speakers, you’ll get two tweeters for high-frequency sound and two passive radiators for enhanced sound.
It’s called “passive” because these types of speakers don’t take electricity directly. Instead, they function as a loudspeaker for a smaller driver behind him and increase that output.
It’s worth pointing out that the subwoofer aims for the floor for deeper bass.
The Leviathan V2 soundbar weighs just over three pounds, while the subwoofer weighs a heftier 6.61 pounds. This new soundbar is slightly larger than the first Leviathan, at 19.7 x 3.6 x 3.3 inches (W x H x D).
On the back there is a USB Type-C port for a PC connection and a subwoofer output. The V2 also has Bluetooth 5.2 capability to connect wirelessly to other devices.
Spatial audio and rainbow lights
Features are pretty stacked. THX Spatial Audio is 7.1 surround sound that can deliver accurate sound for a realistic gaming session. With its high level of positional accuracy, you’ll feel like in-game enemies are sneaking up behind you.
As mentioned above, the V2 supports Razer Chroma RGB, so you can customize the rainbow lights that shine under the soundbar. You can change the light settings to shine the lights in a Wave pattern or a static spectrum cycle through the Chroma Studio app.
And you can change settings from your phone via the official Razer app or remotely via the cloud using Razer Synapse.
The Leviathan V2 is currently available for purchase at $249.99.