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6 Jan, 2023
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The Leviathan V2 Pro, which costs $400, is equipped with a built-in IR camera that can adjust sound according to the location of the listener.

Razer has released a new soundbar specifically designed for PC gamers who want a compact audio system without the hassle of headsets or complicated surround sound setups. The Leviathan V2 Pro was unveiled at CES 2023 and is the latest addition to the company's range of soundbars.

Created in collaboration with THX and Audioscenic, the Leviathan V2 Pro uses beamforming surround sound and head-tracking AI technology to create a 3D audio experience for the user. The soundbar also features an IR camera that can track the user's position and adjust the audio beams in real-time for optimal sound.


The Razer Leviathan V2 Pro is a 3D audio soundbar that offers two modes for enhanced listening experiences: THX Spatial Audio Virtual Headset for simulated positional audio in stereo content, and THX Spatial Audio Virtual Speakers for multi-channel audio that fills a room like a home theater system. It also boasts customizable Chroma RGB lighting effects across 30 different zones, a dedicated subwoofer input, and a 3.5mm port for headphones.

In addition, the soundbar supports Bluetooth 5.0 for wireless connections and has a USB-C port for PC connectivity. However, it lacks an HDMI input and output/ARC port. The Leviathan V2 Pro will be released on February 2023 and will retail for $399.99, making it more expensive than the standard Leviathan V2 ($249.99) and Leviathan V2 X ($99.99).