[PCGH-Ratgeber]: Razer Leviathan V2 Pro review – first PC soundbar with headtracking

[PCGH-Ratgeber]: Razer Leviathan V2 Pro review - first PC soundbar with headtracking

from Veronica Maucher
Razer’s latest achievement in gaming peripherals is the all-new Leviathan V2 Pro PC soundbar. Equipped with beamforming sound, RGB lighting and headtracking AI, the soundbar not only provides great sound, it is also a world first in its field. We present the Leviathan V2 Pro in the PCGH guide.

With the Leviathan V2 Pro, Razer takes audio products for PC gamers to a new level. The soundbar, which houses an infrared camera to detect seating position, was developed in cooperation with THX and uses head tracking AI to ensure that the sound is optimally sent to the player’s ears. How exactly this works and what it is good for, we explain in detail in our PCGH guide test Razer Leviathan V2 Pro.

The Leviathan V2 Pro is a soundbar that was specially created for use with the PC. Of course, it has an RGB LED strip that can be individually illuminated via Razer Chroma. In addition, Razer has thought of almost every user when operating the Leviathan V2 Pro. Because it is important for many PC games that the gamer hears where a sound is coming from, Razer has teamed up with THX to develop the world’s first PC soundbar with head tracking, which provides the desired precision of sound origin similar to a gaming headset. How exactly and well this works and what else the Razer Leviathan V2 Pro can do, you can find out in our Review.

Do you prefer a gaming headset or standard PC speakers? in the PCGH Guide we have a variety of tests and guides on the subject of PC audio. Here you will find gaming headsets and speakers, but also soundbars for the TV or normal headphones for listening to music. Just stop by and let our tests and guides inspire you.

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