Date: Tuesday , June 26, 2012
launched its line of PC audio products in October of 2010 with a single product, the HS1 USB Gaming headset.
In the last eighteen months, the company has expanded its audio line to include two sets of PC speakers and five more gaming headsets. This is an impressive feat to say the least.
With its newest audio product, the Vengeanceآ® 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset, Corsair brings a very practical feature that many PC gamers look for in a gaming headset just as much as comfort or sound quality: wireless connectivity.
We spent a few weeks with this wireless headset and today we will tell you what to expect if you decide to "cut that audio cable" with the Vengeance 2000 .
We used our office location in Texas to calculate shipping costs, so your final price may vary based on your location.
The Vengeance 2000 comes in a red and black retail box. The front panel's display of the headset's USB receiver and the word "wireless" should tell you this is not a traditional cabled stereo or USB headset. The product's specifications and features are printed on the side and back panels in four languages.
If you have never used a wireless gaming headset like this one before, then you should know that this product has its own sound processing chipset. This fact is not implicitly listed anywhere on the packaging and is a bit of a missed opportunity on Corsair's part. The Vengeance 2000 does not require audio input from the user's onboard or dedicated sound card like many other wireless headphones and headsets do.
Corsair includes a USB charging cable, a USB range extension cable, safety guide, warranty statement, and a very thorough user guide.
The Vengeance 2000 carries a two year manufacturer's warranty.