Razer Leviathan Sound Bar raises the bar for surround sound
It goes without saying that a company like Razer tends to be on the forefront of technology where all things gaming are concerned. In fact, their latest release happens to be the Razer Leviathan Sound Bar which intends to deliver a whole new level of performance when it comes to surround sound – regardless of whether you are going to experience surround sound while gaming, watching a movie, or involved in wireless music streaming.
The Razer Leviathan basically delivers 5.1 channel Dolby surround sound as well as offers Bluetooth 4.0 aptX connectivity for high-quality wireless music streaming, not to mention boasting of a dedicated subwoofer for deep bass. The Razer Leviathan elite gaming and music sound bar is said to be able to deliver deep, powerful bass tones thanks to the aforementioned dedicated subwoofer, which would be its distinguishing mark compared to the different kinds of sound bars that are in the market. Other models that are in its range are unable to produce lower frequencies as accurately as the Razer Leviathan, truly making this a standout device on its own.
Not only that, the Razer Leviathan has been specially engineered for versatility, allowing it to be repositioned in a jiffy regardless of the situation. You can opt to place it under a desktop monitor, or perhaps to send it right into the middle of a living room console setup – it does not matter. What matters is, you can have it positioned at wherever your ears would like to enjoy high-fidelity sound.
The Razer Leviathan is said to feature a quartet of finely tuned drivers that comprise of a pair of 2.5” full-range drivers and a pair of 0.74” tweeters, and these have been specially optimized for surround sound gaming. It does not matter just what kind of source type it uses, Dolby Digital will be able to convert audio from a sound card, console or set-top box into a virtual surround sound stage. Expect to pick up the Razer Leviathan later this November at $199/€199 a pop.