Razer Leviathan, auto off?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Jeremy Soo, Jun 19, 2016.

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  1. jerjergege

    jerjergege New Member

    Still no official fix to turn off auto off?
    Tried both NIRCMD (didn't work) and Snaptimer (annoying beeps).

    It's getting really annoying missing Skype calls and notifications.

    If there is an auto off feature there should be an auto on when it detects audio or NFC tap like my previous Sony XRS speaker.

    In love with the razer leviathan but the auto off feature is really bugging me.
    I'd like razer to just gave us a firmware file to put on a USB and put it in the service port of the leviathan or something, or even update razer synapse to connect to the leviathan via bluetooth and update it that way.

    Does anyone have other fixes they've tried that don't make an audible sound but still keeps the speakers on.
     
  2. Vector1

    Vector1 Member

    I feel your pain with this this but honestly for me it's not so much of a big issue. Having the option to remove auto off would be a nice touch.
     
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  3. vampyren

    vampyren New Member

    Agree, i should be able to decide when i want my speaker to turn off not the other way around. Same goes with Bluetooth. I get a feeling having it so close to my Logitech mouse sometimes makes my wireless mouse (MX) to work jittery.
     
  4. eMarrs

    eMarrs New Member

    For me, its a selling feature. I dont have to worry about it being left on. But as op said, for skype calls and random things like that I can see how it could be annoying.
     
  5. ShamX0

    ShamX0 Active Member

    Well there was sort of a ghetto fix thread quite long ago. Just search leviathan auto off, its one of the forum threads. Kinda interesting idea where it plays a silent beep every few secs or so. But for me im fine with the auto off as i tend to forget to switch off stuff.
     
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