Razer recently revealed the second version of its iconic soundbar designed for PC gamers, The Leviathan V2.
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Razer Leviathan

Razer recently released its roadmap for all gaming accessories in the coming quarter. It’s safe to say we’re thrilled.
However, one of the most intriguing announcements was that Razer is finally upgrading its Leviathan range of soundbars that is a favorite among PC gamers and works to provide your TV with a nice audio boost.


Leviathan V2 Leviathan V2 features THX Spatial Audio, which will enhance the stereo sound and surround sound to create a more powerful 3D sound that can enhance your gaming experience and give an immersive experience.


It features customizable lighting, powered by Razer Chroma RGB. It can be found on different Razer products, like this Razer Kraken V3 HyperSense gaming headset.
The adjustable lighting can be customized to provide more flexibility for personalization for those who own several Razer products can join with the RGB settings.


Razer states that its users can choose between a wireless and wired connection to provide continuous low-latency sound. The 65W soundbar features one subwoofer, which will boost the lower frequencies of music and games.
Its single-speaker design looks elegant, and just like its predecessor Leviathan V2 is sleek. Predecessor Leviathan V2 should be able to be placed under the monitor of your PC or even on your desk without difficulty. The monochrome colors mean that they won’t attract the attention of others.
Leviathan V2 Leviathan V2 comes with support for Razer mobile applications and Razer Synapse Support. This allows users to connect the RGB lighting to different Razer products to make a custom-designed appearance.
The Razer Leviathan soundbar will be launching officially on 21 April this year and is priced at $249.99/PS229.99/EUR249.99. We’ll keep this post updated when we learn of the UK price.