Corsair Vengeance 2000 wireless headset review -
Over the years Corsair has moved from being a memory company towards a much more diverse entity, targeted at gamers. Memory, SSDs, power supplies, chassis', keyboards, mouses, cooling and sure, audio products as well. On the audio front we have reviewed the SP2500 speakers for example which was their first attempt in the audio market, with good success.
Long story short, most of the gear that Corsair produces these days seems to be an excellent fit for you, the PC gamer. And in that mindset they decided to start a line of gaming headsets as well -- which of course have been and are a success as well. The HS1, 1100 and 1500 headsets we have already reviewed but recently Corsair added a new model, 100% wireless. The new model name is the Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset which proclaims to be a 7.1 surround wireless gaming headset that brings in realistic multi-channel-like gaming audio while a battery charge can bring you the comfort of 10 hours of usage. Next to that, the drivers used in combination with a software suite produce audio at a level that makes the V2000 breathtaking to listen to.
The Vengeance 2000 works through a USB transmitter powered surround-sound ogre headset and comes with nice big 50mm drivers and revised USB drivers that include surround sound, capable of offering 16-bit/48 KHz playback.
Being tied to USB means you'll be tied to a chip that is supported, Corsair uses a C-Media chip (likely CM6302) which has support for Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP. We expect Windows 8 support as well. The product will carry a 2 year warranty ensuring that the Vengeance will love you long time.
Anyway, let's read onwards and find out how the new wireless Corsair Vengeance headset works and plays.
We review the Corsair Vengeance K95 mechanical keyboard with cherry red switches. The K95 is the flagship successor in the popular Vengeance keyboard series and while it uses the same basis and conc...
Corsair Carbide 330R review
We review and test the Corsair Carbide 330R, also known as hero. The new model is aimed at a more audiophile tense segment as it has sound dampening materials all over the place.
Corsair Force LS 240GB SSD Review
Corsair has released the Force LS series SSD, and we review it. This is the arrival of the new 19nm Toggle NAND based LS series for consumers is aimed to be a more affordable product series within Corsair's extensive SSD range. And though not the fastest kid on the block it definitely knows how to impress. Let's check out the review.
Corsair Obsidian 750D review
We test and review the all new Corsair Obsidian 750D chassis. The chassis is of course based of its bigger brother the 900D which was recently released and embraced by the PC enthusiast community.