RAZER LEVIATHAN V2 | Illuminate Your Sound

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Dekades, Apr 21, 2022.

  1. Dekades

    Dekades Community Cowboy Staff Member

    Amp up your setup with the Razer Leviathan V2, an all-new PC soundbar packed with 2 full-range drivers, a downward-firing subwoofer, and more: https://rzr.to/leviathanv2

    Powered by THX Spatial Audio and Razer Chroma RGB, obtain a wide, true-to-life soundstage with dynamic lighting effects that makes your movies, games, and music truly come alive.
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  2. Bioacid

    Bioacid New Member

    Bummer they removed the Optical jack, and I am not even seeing an Aux jack. I love Razer products, but this is now just another BT speaker that can do RGB. Bum deal, not everything connects via bluetooth. I will just stick with my Leviathan V1.
  3. samuel2050

    samuel2050 Well-Known Member

    That looks quite interesting. But it makes me a question. Is it worthy? I can't make the answer.
  4. When I got notified of this on YouTube, it got me so hyped! I've had a Leviathan V1 for a while now, and it's been amazing to use, but looking at the specs for the V2, I can tell it's a winner for me, too.

    -It has better Bluetooth connectivity with 5.2, so I can make it connect to not just my PC wirelessly without losing quality or have stuttering, but even my phone now.
    -The extra speakers in the back are gonna help a ton with overall spatial audio profiles.
    -The switch from Dolby to THX is promising, as Razer has worked with THX on most of their audio devices recently, including my Blackshark headset, so I can imagine their synergy helped with the V2.
    -It's now compatible with Synapse 3, which is incredible, because my Razer peripherals all work with Synapse 3, except for my V1, so having them all controllable in one place is so much better.
    -The obviously most important feature: integrated RGB underglow, thanks to Chroma!

    All of that, plus being around the same price as the V1, makes the whole package worth it to me. When I get the chance to buy it, I'm definitely upgrading my V1 to the V2.
  5. GoGoGoSushi

    GoGoGoSushi Member

    It looks good specs seem pretty damn good so to Razer
  6. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    No HDMI or optical, that's a pity.
    Hoped to use it with TV - I don't like connection via BT, because of low sound quality.
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  7. sleekSandDune784

    sleekSandDune784 New Member

    I was wondering how it sounded being USB only I have the original and I am using optical and have tried other speakers but nothing sounds as good as it does. So now it's usb only and I have to use synapse? Think i will stick to original too.
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