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RAZER LEVIATHAN V2 PRO
THE WORLD’S FIRST BEAMFORMING SOUNDBAR WITH HEAD-TRACKING AI WINNER OF 12 "BEST OF CES 2023" AWARDS
Experience the next innovation in 3D audio with the Razer Leviathan V2 Pro – the world’s first PC soundbar with head-tracking AI and adaptive beamforming, powered by THX® Spatial Audio. Directing sound to your ears through intelligent on-the-fly tracking, enjoy ultra-personalized audio with untold accuracy and immersion.
Text appears: Razer Leviathan V2 Pro We open on the Razer Leviathan V2 Pro soundbar and subwoofer in a dimly lit environment—its Razer Chroma RGB underglow cutting through the darkness. A blaring sound effect emanates from the audio system. This causes the entire room to light up, revealing a minimalist laboratory lined with neon lights. The camera zooms in to the top of the soundbar for a closer look at its technology. Text appears: The World’s First Beamforming Soundbar with Head-tracking AI Nestled between a dial and an array of buttons, we see a front-facing IR camera that scans its immediate area, casting a green light. The camera cuts to the opposite angle, as a green holographic head is detected. Text appears: State of the art head-tracking AI through IR camera As the head shifts position, the IR camera continues tracking. The soundbar begins directing its audio towards the subject’s ears. Text appears: Game-changing, user-adaptive audio beamforming The subject’s head shifts left and right once again, as the audio from the soundbar intelligent adapts to each new position. The green head morphs into different head profiles, illustrating an audio experience that caters to every user. Text appears: Immersive 3D audio personalized for your ears The camera zooms into the soundbar as we enter another dimension—the Razer Leviathan V2 Pro floating at the center of a dark void. The soundbar pulses with green rings of energy, causing a massive virtual city to blink into existence. Text appears: THX Spatial Audio The camera swoops down a main street of this newly generated city, dropping in on an intense, high-speed car chase with a lifelike soundscape. Text appears: Revolutionary soundstaging with extreme precision and realism From the furious revving of engines to the whirring rotor blades of a police helicopter overhead, every audio detail in this action-packed sequence is brought to life. The camera cuts back to the green holographic head, as a virtual headset starts to form around it. Text appears: THX Spatial Audio, Virtual Headset Mode for binaural audio In the background, a lurking Tyrannosaurus Rex growls menacingly, moving from left to right of the green head for a terrifyingly immersive experience. The camera cuts wider as the T-Rex lets out a fearsome roar, before glitching to show the green head in a different virtual environment: a chaotic modern-day battlefield. Text appears: THX Spatial Audio, Virtual Speakers Mode for multi-channel audio Several virtual speakers form around the green head, as the camera pans around the head to illustrate a 360-degree audio experience, picking up bursts of gunfire, the boom of a tank cannon, and the scream of a jet fighter squadron. The camera zooms into the soundbar at the center of the battlefield, as we’re transported back into the minimalist laboratory. A spotlight moves across the exposed soundbar, highlighting the hardware within—the source of its potent audio performance. Text appears: Multi-driver PC soundbar and subwoofer We cut to close-ups of the drivers and subwoofer rumbling with power. Text appears: For crisp, clear treble and deep, punchy bass We cut to the top of the soundbar to revisit its IR camera. Text appears: The World’s First Beamforming Soundbar with Head-tracking AI The shot cuts wider to reveal the full glory of the Razer Leviathan V2 Pro, its Razer Chroma RGB underglow pulsing with anticipation. Text appears: Razer Leviathan V2 Pro Razer logo appears. Razer Chroma RGB logo appears.
BEAMFORMING SURROUND SOUND WITH HEAD-TRACKING POWERED BY AI
IMMERSIVE 3D AUDIO THROUGH AI HEAD-TRACKING
Powered by Audioscenic technology, the soundbar intelligently tracks your head via an integrated IR camera to beam sound directly to your ears, creating a dynamic sweet spot for ultra-personalized audio.
Experience full RGB customization and deeper immersion with 30 lighting zones and dynamic in-game lighting effects.
BLUETOOTH 5.0 & 3.5 mm headset jack
Play audio from your Bluetooth devices or get plugged in for hardcore gaming.
RAZER AUDIO APP
Adjust audio and chroma settings conveniently through the one app.
A. Audio Equalizer Button B. 3D Audio Mode Button C. Power button/Volume Button D. Source Button E. Chroma Mode Button
F. IR camera G. Power Port H. Subwoofer Output Port I. 3.5mm Headset Port J. USB Type C Port
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THE RAZER LEVIATHAN LINE
Attain a new level of audio and visual enjoyment with a lineup of next-gen multi-driver PC soundbars powered by Razer Chroma™ RGB. Experience cutting-edge performance that takes your immersion into overdrive.
Which devices are compatible with the Razer Leviathan V2 Pro?
The Razer Leviathan V2 Pro can be connected to a PC via USB and supports Bluetooth devices such as mobile phones, tablets, and the Nintendo Switch. Additionally, it also supports headsets that use a 3.5mm jack.
How do I toggle audio between the Razer Leviathan V2 Pro and another device?
On the Toggle PC Audio Devices panel within Razer Synapse, you will be able to set a secondary playback device that you can immediately switch audio with by pressing and holding the Source button on the Razer Leviathan V2 Pro. Learn more at Razer Support.
How many different modes are there for 3D audio?
There are two modes available for 3D audio: THX® Spatial Audio Virtual Headset and THX® Spatial Audio Virtual Speakers. Virtual Headset mode is suitable for stereo or binaural audio, while Virtual Speakers mode is suitable for multi-channel audio streams.
What settings are adjustable through the Razer Audio app?
Settings such as volume slider, mute on/off, EQ, play/pause, previous and next track can all be controlled on the Razer Audio app. Furthermore, Chroma control settings such as Chroma effects, on/off and brightness control are also available through the Razer Audio app.