Corsair HS50 Stereo Gaming Headset
Back to the roots
In this review, we check out the new Corsair HS50 Stereo Gaming Headset. A headset back to its basics, stereo, lacking RGB, lacking integrated USB soundcard. Nope Corsair went back to the basics, a proper stereo headset with proper drivers and (don’t freak out now) a 3.5mm headphone connector. You know, the plug port that is so close to the power button on your chassis, have a peek, yeah that’s the one.
Strip things away, and we end up with a 50 EUR/USD only costing headset, that is offering good wear and pretty terrific audio. Hey, it even comes with MIC functionality and the broad compatibility to use it on anything with a 3.5mm headphone connector. Corsair HS50 Stereo Gaming Headset Features:
- Warranty – Two years
- Frequency Response – 20Hz – 20 kHz
- Impedance – 32k Ohms @ 1 kHz
- Drivers – 50mm
- Connector – 3.5mm 4-pole w/ y-splitter included for PC use
- Type – Unidirectional noise canceling
- Impedance -2.0k Ohms
- Frequency Response -100Hz to 10kHz
- Sensitivity – -40dB (+/-3dB)
Have a peek at the above, video. Totally applicable for the HS50, as Corsair is going back to the roots of a headphone headset, a dance classic that actually sounds perfect on the HS50 as tested today. Head onward to the next page please, we’ll startup the review.