For $200, you get an adjustable speaker bar with four drivers and a separate 5.25-inch subwoofer. Razer calls it the Levithan, and it’s designed to make good use of Dolby Virtual Speakers to fill in the audio gaps left by its 4-speaker system, meanwhile Dolby Digital processing will convert any incoming signal, be it analog stereo or multichannel from an optical cable, to surround sound.
The Levithan also sports Bluetooth 4.0 connectivty that goes all the way down to the 20Hz range. This is interesting, because most would agree that the human ear cannot hear anything below the 24Hz range, so technically the four less Hertz would create bass that you’d feel like a wave, rather than processing as sound. 30w for the sound bar and 30w RMS for the subwoofer, and from an electrical engineer’s standpoint, you wonder how such little power could do so much.
We’ll know the truth, eventually.