Razer Leviathan Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅22-07-15
Closer Look

The soundbar is fairly compact at around 500mm (a little wider than the width of fullsize keyboard) and has a front mesh facia featuring the Razer logo at the centre.

The control buttons are aligned at the top, with the power button facing forwards with the rest at the back. The controls include, volume up and down, audio profile (gaming, music and movie), mute, Dolby on/off, Bluetooth pairing and source.

Tucked at the back we find the Out for the subwoofer, power in, as well as input options of a 3.5mm aux jack and an optical input.

There are hanger holes at head end with rubberised backing should you wish to mount it on a wall.

The subwoofer looks sleek and ornamental in an almost pyramid shape with its tip cut off.

The subwoofer is a downfiring 5.25" driver with a range of 20-180Hz, there is also a large port to help that air move.

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