Corsair HS80 RGB Wireless Review 1
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Corsair’s HS series, although technically a family of purebred player works, stands in a slightly different place and we can say that they have created a different fan base for themselves with their argumentless but stylish designs so far. Earlier HS35, HS60 PRO and HS70

As you know, we like our guest family very much with models. Here, the choice of players who do not like things like exaggerated colors and light shows, the series now has a new top model.

Corsair HS80 RGB Wireless

The difference of starts with its name; RGB lighting has been used for the first time in an HS series work, but don’t worry, this lighting has been kept quite finite, with only the logo, that’s what the series is all about. stylish like piano” atmosphere has not been compromised. Although the HS80 is a completely new work in terms of design, it carries the general atmosphere of the series; it is understated, stylish and has a very high quality share. While plastic is used in the head bridge, the parts that connect the drivers that can turn 90 degrees inwards to the bridge are metal and very high quality. durable. 367 grams the headset on the scale feels its “weight” from every angle. Corsair

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Corsair HS80 is the company’s first headband model and there is no random aperture adjustment on the head bridge. You can adjust the headband instead, but the first time it took me a while to adjust it compared to my head, no bullshit. if only headband

instead of putting extra setting mechanism for Plantronics RIG500 would have preferred an easy system that adjusts its own tension, as in the series. Apart from that, the piece is extremely comfortable, when you adjust it according to your head, you feel comfortable for hours. Work 20 hours of battery life. loud Discord conversations, lots of action games and lots of Sabaton

What did we say, 367 grams. Neither heavy nor light. As expected of a piece of this material quality. One small criticism, the outer cover of the drivers is too much keeps fingerprints and difficult to clean. It doesn’t boil with that many buttons or anything on it. On the left side, there is the power button, the volume up button and the working light (green-orange-red) that also shows the charging status. Artifact warns you audibly in on/off, connecting and charging statuses. One-to-one warning microphone

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Didn’t choose a detachable microphone on the HS80 Corsair. It didn’t bother us. When the microphone is folded up, it goes out of your field of view and turns itself on and off at the top/bottom points. Although it is quite flexible, you can’t put it in your mouth that much, in fact, don’t. Microphone omnidirectional, it can miss the environmental sounds to some extent, but its performance and clarity are extremely successful. Only the level of the sound it gave across was a little lower than we are used to, and our friends in the playset did not detect any abnormality.

Let’s move on to the performance side. used in HS80 50mm neodymium magnet drivers It gives a frequency response of 20Hz-40KHz, which can be considered unusual for gaming headphones. As you know 20Khz is the upper limit that our mortal body can perceive, but as the extent of the distortion can increase as we get closer to this limit, the features that HS80 puts on the table are extremely attractive. The work can be used as wired (24K 96KHz with USB-C) and wireless (24K 48KHz). of Corsair Wi-Fi adapter is a little big, but there’s a reason for that. If the other Corsair

If you are using artifacts (eg mouse, keyboard, headset) you can solve them all with a single adapter (multipoint), which means saving on USB slot. Corsair’s Slipstream Wireless technology Up to 20 meters promises to provide contact, as you know, this is somewhat dependent on the state of your house. It is customary here that the range and quality of your Wi-Fi contact come into play. Anyway, there is no need to go into it much here, you know the subject.

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Another point is, Dolby Atmos. Many headphones we’ve tested so far have had trouble displaying Dolby Atmos, so I finally went and bought the app. HS80

if Dolby Access was the easiest work to agree with the application. Thanks to Dolby Atmos, whatever you are doing at that moment (movie-game-music), you can achieve a virtualization performance that suits your taste.

Virtualization performance in games is in Dolby Atmos quality that we are used to, and in music, I iCUE‘s standard Flat settings did not suit my taste. After spending some time, he managed to impress us with his stage and the wonderful stability it offered from treble to bass. Money For Nothing

How many gaming headsets are there that can do justice to ?

Another nice thing is that in the work PS5 and PS4 supplement, available wirelessly. All you have to do is plug the Wi-Fi adapter into your console and you can connect in a few seconds. This much. Finally, in order to get the most out of the work, you need to install Dolby Access as well as iCUE. In other words, we do not have a very portable work in front of us, this is normal.

Result

As a result, friends who became HS80, even though they have little idiosyncrasies and little wishes, received Editors’ Choice from me with peace of mind. Overseas price 149$ and its price in our country is not obvious now, but it is obvious that it will not be very cheap. If your budget allows and you are looking for a high-end headset for both console and gaming, it will make you enjoyable.

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CHIP Online Rating: 90%

+ Top-notch material quality
+ Comes with Dolby Atmos boost
+ Successful music performance
+ Comfortable
+ Long battery endurance
+ Headband nice selection
– If you have a big head, you may not be comfortable

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