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Razer’s Leviathan V2 Pro with head-tracking AI is now available

Razer has announced that you can now pre-order its latest Leviathan V2 Pro soundbar, which features AI head-tracking technology. The speaker will run you $399.99 and start shipping February 3, so you won’t have to wait long if you buy it today.

Announced earlier this year at CES, the Razer Leviathan V2 Pro uses an infrared (IR) camera to track user position and can deliver directional audio to ensure the best possible listening experience, even as users move around the room. With beamforming sound, the soundbar can create a surround sound experience that works well wherever you are in the room. The speakers are certified for THX Spatial Audio, with a virtual headphone mode for 2.1 stereo sound and a virtual speaker mode for 7.1 surround sound stage simulation.

The sound itself is provided by five 2-inch full-range drivers built into the speakers themselves, and there’s even a separate subwoofer unit with a 5.25-inch driver. The end result should be an audio experience that can deliver powerful bass and clear treble. It should be noted that the subwoofer requires a connection to the amplifier in addition to its power adapter.

You can connect the speakers to your computer using the USB Type-C port, or pair it with a phone using Bluetooth. There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack for when you want to listen without disturbing the people around you. If you’re using it with your phone, you can also change audio settings using the Razer Audio app.

Of course, it’s a Razer product, and that means it supports Chroma RGB. Underneath the speakers are 30 RGB lighting zones, allowing you to create a variety of visual effects to match the rest of your setup.

As mentioned above, the Razer Leviathan is now available for purchase, though only from Razer directly. At $399.99, it’s not cheap, but it feels like a huge step up from previous models.

Razer Leviathan V2 Pro

The Razer Leviathan V2 Pro is a high-end PC speaker with infrared camera with head tracking, providing beamforming audio and virtual surround sound even while the user is on the move.

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