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Razer Leviathan V2 Review: Sounds Great, Less Ports, More Expensive

Now it’s definitely not often that I review audio products on this channel but not too long ago, Razer launched a new gaming soundbar, the Leviathan V2. As someone who bought the original Leviathan as a gift for a friend, I was certainly looking forward to a revision to a product that was kind of neglected for quite some time now. So here it is, and we’ve had it for almost a month now. For those of you who don’t want to watch the rest of the review, here’s a short quick summary. It performs and looks great, but you’re going to lose quite a bit of ports and you’re going to be paying more. With that said, let’s talk about this.

We start off with the design and simplicity is the name of the game here. The soundbar doesn’t look that much different compared to the original, it has simply been refined. Overall, it’s still going to be primarily made out of plastic in their signature black color and it’s more boxy all around. In terms of logo placement, if you’re concerned about that kind of stuff, all you get is a silver Razer logo right in the middle and a small little THX logo on the far right.

Honestly, really simplistic and it would definitely fit almost any kind of setup without much issues. Just like before, Razer has also included a pair of additional feet that are interchangeable. This allows you to angle the soundbar to provide a better audio experience from a standard sitting or standard position at your desk.

In terms of buttons, you get a total of 5. From the left to right, you have your source button which toggles between PC or Bluetooth, a Bluetooth pairing