Corsair Vengeance 1400 & 2100 Review

Editor: Tony Le Bourne  Date: 05-01-14   2 Comment(s) - Join the discussion here
Introduction


Product on review: Corsair Vengence 1400 & 2100
Manufacturer & Sponsor: Corsair
Street Price: £65 inc VAT & £130 inc VAT respectively

Corsair's entry into the audio sector was very well received and raised the bar for build quality and performance in regards to what people are looking for in gaming audio products. The latest revisions of the Vengeance stable will bring an abundance of gunmetal coloured brushed aluminium, 50mm drivers housed inside large, closed-back earcups, that will allow Corsair to make a lasting impression that lives up to their product reputation.

The Vengence 1400, direct successor to the 1300, is priced in the mid range, using 3.5mm analogue jacks, while the 2100 directly replaces the 2000, sports 2.4GHz wireless, Dolby 7.1 virtual surround and improved 50mm drivers.



Overview by Corsair
The new Vengeance series headsets are updates to the existing 2000, 1500, and 1300. The new Vengeance 2100 is the top-end model with wireless connectivity on the 2.4GHz band, Dolby 7.1 surround sound over new 50mm drivers, a noise cancelling microphone, microfiber covered memory foam over-the-ear padded ear cups and a padded headband. It has a rated battery life of 10 hours and wireless range of 40 feet.

The final addition to the Vengeance lineup is the Vengeance 1400. The successor to the Vengeance 1300, the 1400 gaming headset is an analog model with 50mm drivers, padded headband and microfiber covered around-the-ear ear cups, a noise cancelling microphone, and a long cloth-covered braided cable with inline remote. The Vengeance 1400 is stated to be an improvement over the 1300, and if so that should mean that the Vengeance 1400 delivers good stereo sound for the price when paired with a dedicated sound card.



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