Razer Leviathan V2: Razer Chroma soundbar launches with a subwoofer for US$249.99
Razer has unveiled the Leviathan V2, a compact soundbar that measures 500 x 91.3 x 84 mm and weighs 1.4 kg. Also, Razer has bundled a downward-firing subwoofer, unlike Denon with the DHT-S217. For reference, the subwoofer weighs 3.0 kg and measures 220 x 220 x 241.5 mm.
According to Razer's product page, the Leviathan V2 has six drivers, with two full-range drivers (48 x 95 mm), two tweeters (20 mm) and two passive radiator drivers (43 x 135 mm). Meanwhile, the subwoofer has a single 140 mm driver. Predictably, Razer has included Chroma RGB, which has 18 zones and can be controlled using the Chroma RGB app. Alternatively, you can customise the Leviathan V2 with Synapse 3 on PC.
Moreover, Razer promises that the Leviathan V2 will deliver room-filling sound thanks to its 45 Hz to 20 kHz frequency range. Razer states that the Leviathan V2 supports USB audio and Bluetooth 5.2, which operates at a latency of 60 ms. Furthermore, the Leviathan V2 is compatible with THX Spatial Audio and has a custom 10-band EQ. The Leviathan V2 is orderable in multiple markets, including the US, where it retails for US$249.99.