Summary: This headset is to tight it's not even funny. I don't have an excessively large head either, it is a bit bigger than average but this headset is like a vice. I was told it's ear cuffs were made of memory foam, not true. Overall, very dissapointed and definitely returning
Summary: I gave these 2 stars because they do have a couple of good qualities. The cord is wonderful. It is long, supple and tough. The sound quality is quite good at least in 2 speaker emulation. All the other emulations were way too reverberant for me, but that is my opinion only. That's the Good! 1.
Summary: I Bought these on May 31 and everything was great, fast-forward to Halloween and I find myself unable to hear anything out of the right side of my headphones unless I mess around with the cord.
Great for gaming, not so great for music, BAD QUALITY CONTROL!!!!
Mad Pistol, Amazon
14 October 2012
Summary: I'll try and give the goods and bads of this head set and explain why I rated it the way I did. First, Corsair's biggest marketing on this head set is that it uses 50mm drivers. That's great... if they're used properly.
Summary: The headphones were quite nice, they had great sound and build quality. However, the the band is very tight! I have a slightly larger than average head, and it was very uncomfortable, I couldn't use it more than 30 mins per period because it was just squeezing my head so hard.
Sound is very good. Not great constuction around the volume control.
D. McAllister, Amazon
3 December 2013
Summary: The sound is very good from these headphones. However after just a year , sound started cutting out from one side. When i moved the wire at the volume control. (which is halfway up the full length of the wire) the sound would come and go.
Summary: After using the Corsair HS1 USB model for a good year and a half, it finally started presenting issues and I figured it was time for an upgrade. I wanted to get another USB headset and saw Corsair had released a new product, the V1500.