Corsair HS1A Pro Reviews
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Corsair HS1A Reviews3
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"Featuring large 50mm speakers, interchangeable earpads and a built-in microphone, it has all the goodies one will need for a good audio experience without all the flashiness or high pricing."
"The HS1A is certainly a high quality headset and certainly worthy of a little more money than something from Labtec or even Ozone, but, it's not worth as much money is it is, especially when the HS1 is available for very little more. Even without Dolby Headphone, if the HS1A was priced at $50, I would heartily recommend it, because it is much better than cheaper headsets. However, because it lacks Dolby Headphone and is only $15 cheaper than the HS1, the HS1A just isn't a good value. So, if you want to buy the HS1A, don't: buy the HS1."
"For comfort and balanced sound, the HS1A is a must-have headset. With a little EQ tuning to bring back the bass, these would be perfect for gaming and movies too. They can be worn for hours at a time with minimal discomfort. If you have a dedicated audio card, but don't want to bust the bank on premium headphones, these are an excellent choice. If you have an integrated audio card such as a Realtek HD solution, then go with the USB based HS1. In either case, Corsair's headsets are a fine choice and easily worth our Editor's Choice."