Razer’s latest best gaming speakers soundbar is specifically aimed at gaming enthusiasts who are looking for room-filling sound and powerful bass in a compact format. The Leviathan V2 offers support for Razer THX Spatial Audio, RGB lighting, and low-latency Bluetooth 5.2.
The Razer Leviathan V2 is comparatively compact with a length of 50 centimeters, but Razer can still install four drivers – two full-range drivers measuring 48 x 95 millimeters and two tweeters with a diameter of 20 millimeters. There is also a cube-shaped subwoofer with an edge length of around 22 centimeters, which has a woofer with a diameter of 140 millimeters that radiates downwards.
With these best gaming speakers, Razer promises a room-filling sound in the frequency range from 45 Hz to 20 kHz. The Razer sound bar can be connected directly to the computer via a USB cable. Alternatively, Bluetooth 5.2 is also available, which on the one hand, allows music to be played from a smartphone, and on the other hand, the latency of 60 milliseconds is very low for Bluetooth standards, so the wireless connection is also suitable for gaming.
A special feature is the RGB lighting, which can be synchronized with other Razer products via Razer Chroma and which can be controlled in 18 zones. When paired with Windows 10 or Windows 11, the Razer Leviathan V2 Soundbar supports virtual surround sound via THX Spatial Audio. With the Razer Audio app, the sound can be adjusted to the user’s wishes using an equalizer.
Razer Leviathan V2 price and availability
Last month, Sony unveiled a new mid-range soundbar with a wireless subwoofer for the deepest possible bass. With support for surround sound, a total output power of 330 watts, Bluetooth, and an OLED display, the Sony HT-S400 has a lot to offer. It costs $299.99.