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Plenty of options with configurable software.
Gave clear and accurate positioning of enemies in game.
Cord is super long.
Oversized 50mm drivers.
Replaceable memory foam ear pads.
Dolby 7.1 surround sound technology.
Needs frequent settings adjustments to get optimal experience.
Low mic volume.
No control over anything but volume/ mic mute without alttabbing out of game.
Sound control panel difficult to use for beginners.
Adjustable boom for mic a bit bulky.
No ability to change from stereo to virtual surround sound except via software.
Voice changer options are gimmicky.
No travel case included.
By Benchmark Reviews on February 08, 2011
It may be pure coincidence or genuine quality, but somehow the Corsair HS1NA USB Gaming Headset hit a sweet spot. It is instantly my favorite headset for listening to music, watching movies, and gaming. Much of it can be attributed to the fine-tuned...
By Pureoverclock on January 06, 2011
Since audio is such an intimate personal experience, and highly subject to individual preferences, it's not an easy market to tackle. However, as we've seen Corsair make careful jumps into new component markets, they've shown a willingness...
By DigitalVersus on December 22, 2010
For a first headset, Corsair has done a decent job with the HS1. It has been designed and manufactured with care and...
By Hardware Secrets on December 06, 2010
Below you can see a summary of our impressions about the Corsair HS1 Headset.Strong PointsEasy to transportGood sound isolationComfortable headrestBack-lit volume controlLong cableUSB connection makes it independent of the quality of the sound...
By ThinkComputers on November 30, 2010
The Corsair HS1 USB Gaming Headset is one of the best all-around packages I’ve seen to date. Its software fully compliments the hardware without causing problems or interrupts in gameplay. The Corsair HS1 is affordably priced for the gaming...
By PCPer on November 24, 2010
After more than four weeks of grueling FPS gaming, movies, and music listening, I can confidently say the Corsair HS1 headphones have the right combination of comfort, style, and functionality that gamers are looking for in a multi-purpose gaming...
By Maximum PC on November 19, 2010
Company's first headset makes good first impression Now, the first thing you’re going to notice about the HS1 USB gaming headset is that it isn’t the best looking set out there. It’s bulky, the color choice is uninspired, and the...
By Tech2 on November 17, 2010
At a price of Rs. 4,999, you might say it’s a wee bit expensive, but the quality that it delivers is worth every single penny you’ve spent on it. Right from the moment you wear it, till the instant you take it off, you’re left with a...
By Neoseeker on November 08, 2010
The Corsair HS1 exceeded my expectations when it came to sound quality. Although it's far from reaching the level of higher-end headphones, it is surprisingly good for a $100 headset using the USB interface. The majority of high-end headsets...
By TechRadar on October 25, 2010
If you're familiar with Corsair, it'll be because you're the type of person that likes to open up their PC and fiddle. A well-respected brand for memory, power supplies, solid state hard drives and USB keys, Corsair isn't a name that...
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