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Razer’s New Gaming Soundbar Adds THX Spatial Audio to Your PC

The Razer Leviathan V2 soundbar at a desk.

Your PC gaming setup is incomplete without high-quality audio. And I’m not talking about a pair of headphones—you need immersive sound from a real speaker with deep, bone-rattling bass. That’s the idea behind Razer’s new Leviathan V2 soundbar, a killer desktop speaker and subwoofer set for PC gamers.

The Leviathan V2 packs two full-range drivers, two passive radiators, and two tweeters into a slim speaker. It uses THX Spatial Audio to deliver a surround-sound experience, and it comes with a separate downward-firing wired subwoofer to unlock the deep bass of your music, games, or movies.

Of course, this is a Razer soundbar, so it comes with a ton of gamer-focused features. There’s Chroma RGB lighting (with 18 zones) that you can customize or sync with other Razer products, and the speaker’s removable feet let you adjust its angle for any setup.

The Leviathan V2 connects to your PC over USB, though it also supports low-latency Bluetooth 5.2 audio. Notably, it features a “source audio button,” so you can quickly toggle between different audio devices or inputs on the fly.

While the $250 Razer Leviathan V2 is a bit more expensive than the average PC soundbar, it still seems pretty reasonably priced. After all, it’s a high-quality soundbar and subwoofer kit with unique features like THX Spatial Audio and RGB lighting.

Razer Leviathan V2

The Razer Leviathan V2 soundbar and subwoofer set feature THX Spatial Audio, Chroma RGB lighting, and multiple connectivity options. Get it now for $250.

Source: Razer

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