Corsair Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset Review

Audio/Others by stefan @ 2012-06-01

The Vengeance 2000 is another gaming headset from Corsair, this time wireless, with a catchy look and succeeds to deliver good quality sound in the games we play frequently, but not only. The product functionality can be customized by using the supplied driver + application, is able to operate for about 10 hours till the next recharge and can be used even during the charging period. Thanks to the materials used, the headset remains light, which is an important factor when engaging in lengthy gaming sessions.

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A Closer Look Part II

A good starting point is to consult the Quick Start Guide, because there we will find each product component explained, along with the setup procedure:




The charging cable can be used when the headset internal batteries are depleted and can be plugged in any spare port, even while the product is under operation:




Corsair uses to label the connectors so we’ll know what the function of each cable is:




The other side of the cable ends up with a semi-transparent micro-USB connector, which was designed in such a way for a reason:




The dock allows the user to position the WiFi dongle at a distance, for a more convenient plugging/unplugging operation:




The dock wire ends up with a distinctive blue USB connector:




A close-up photo of the dock shows that it is tiny and entirely made of plastic:




The WiFi dongle looks like a regular USB Flash Drive, with some exceptions; the dongle also has a small hole used for pairing with the headset:




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