Corsair HS70 Bluetooth Headset Review

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iCUE Software has been available on the market for some time. Overall, the control panel has a minimalist feel, and we like that. The software displays connected Corsair devices in the top section of the interface. The product is identified without any issues. It is easy to switch between devices by simply clicking on them. Once you have selected the headset (other Corsair components like coolers, mice and keyboards are controlled with this software). 




You can tell where Corsair is headed, one software suite for all your Corsair compatible components, and admittedly our test PC has got a few of them already. For the headset your home-base will be EQ. You can’t modify the pre-sets, but their values can be copied and saved as another variant. The control panel now has a more minimalist feel, and we like that. Basically, EQ on/off with presets and surround on / stereo with presets is what you get to play around with. The predefined EQ settings that you see, like Bass boost etc, are pretty bad IMHO. You'll quickly find yourself adding a self-designed EQ profile, which works well. You can download and try it out, iCUE software here. Of course, any compatible Corsair gear will show up in this unified single software suite for all components.

Please understand that iCUE will only work when connected over USB. With a Bluetooth connection, you'd need to tweak within the Windows preferences.



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