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Hardware Corsair Vengeance 1300 Review

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by brumgrunt, 23 Feb 2012.

  1. brumgrunt

    brumgrunt New Member

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    Could a photo of the plugs on headset reviews be shown? The article mentions it doesn't feature a USB sound card connector but does that mean a standard 3.5mm jack is on the end? Is there more than 1 connector to account for the microphone? If either a photo could be added in future reviews or please always list the connector types and amounts for headsets I would greatly appreciate it.
     
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    Yes, it's regular 3.5mm jacks - one for the mic (output), one for the headphones (input)
     
  4. Eiffie

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    Thank you.
     
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    Nice review, I'm looking for a headset at the moment. I liked the 'sound' of the Vulcan but I use Freetrack for flight sims and racing games. These seem to be close in quality but the shape of the headband (on the corsiar) looks a bit easier to build a clip for.
     
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    65dos. Nice.
     
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    "we don’t hand them out as regular as some.."

    Pretty sure i know who you're implying here. And i agree, when awards are handed out to nearly every product they just lose their meaning.
     
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    Increasing the volume of headphones to get rid of external noise is one of the most common ways people permanently damage their hearing.
     
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    I have the 1500 versions and can tell you there is certainly no problem with lack of volume, I found that I had to tweak the EQ so that the highs didn't deafen me! Overall I am happy with them, they are certainly better than the creatives ones I had before. They are very comfortable, they seem to produce accurate rather than overblown bass.
     
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    I've just picked up one of these and its fab. Comfy, easy to use, good long cables, good audio/mic quality.

    My only slight niggle is that the top volume level could do with being just a notch higher. It's not punchy enough when you try to listen to music. Otherwise, much recommended.
     
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    Nice long cables and very comfy. Mic is a bit close to the face and can be very sensitive. Biggest complaint is the cables are prone to fraying inside the left ear, losing sound out of one side.
     
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