Razer’s first ever soundbar was released back in 2014. Since then the market has largely shifted to headphones with an increase in gaming and people’s preference for portability. Razer had stayed quiet on this huge market shift and we were left to wonder if it would release another soundbar that would fit the requirements of the current consumer. Finally, after all this wait, Razer has unveiled its Leviathan V2. This will be the company’s second PC soundbar, but it is the first of its kind which will come with THX Spatial Audio support.
Do you wonder how Razer so easily became the first mover in the market with certain types of technologies? Well, that’s because they made the smart choice of acquiring THX many years ago for which they are reaping the benefits.
This Spatial Audio support is one of a kind; it uses a software technique to create a virtual surround sound stage leaving no need to actually surround oneself with speakers. It can play tricks on your brain making you believe that you are hearing the sound from behind you while sitting in front of the soundbar.
As of date, no other soundbar in the market has the THX Spatial Audio support. Having this feature sets apart Razer’s soundbar from the rest.