|Item model number||CA-9011128-NA|
|Item Weight||1.45 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 3.5 x 9.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||9 x 3.5 x 9.5 inches|
Corsair Gaming H1500 Dolby 7.1 USB Gaming Headset
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- Oversized 50mm neodymium drivers bring the action to life with brilliant range and precision
- Dolby 7.1 surround delivers lethally accurate positional audio
- Comfortable microfiber-wrapped memory foam ear pads enable extended play
- Advanced unidirectional noise-cancelling microphone
- 2 year warranty
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Powered by oversized 50mm neodymium drivers, the Corsair Gaming H1500 USB Headset wraps relentless audio in comfort and style with microfiber-cushioned memory foam ear pads. Genuine Dolby 7.1 surround delivers lethally accurate positional audio and immersive, cinematic sound. Take command and be heard loud and clear with the advanced unidirectional noise-cancelling microphone.
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Over all quality -- Built really well. Seems sturdy. I recently swapped from another brand headset because of the old one broke after a year. (I bough two they both broke). The old brand was Turtle Beach. These Corsair ones seems as if they will last longer and not break.
Sound -- I think the sound could use a little more bass. Other than that the sound is great. As soon as I turned them on and played Battlefield and Diablo 3 I noticed sounds I had never heard before.
Look -- They look pretty cool. They look pretty ridiculous on my head. They are a bit bulky. I mean really who are we trying to impress.
Battery life -- Battery life is good. It works for about ten hours like describe. I play games about 3-5 hours a night. I have to charge it every other night. Happy with it.
Urmmm SIGNAL -- the signal will not go through a wall. So when I go into the kitchen to get a drink or something like 15 foot away the headset cuts out. The signal advertised is 40 foot. Honestly this inst a big deal to me either. I just want to make people aware that it does cut out through walls.
Comfort -- Really comfy headset. I dont mind wearing it at all.
Set up -- My only negative thing to say here. I got it connected, but it took about an hours to get it synced for some reason.
I said I will keep this short haha I guess I didnt. Over all I am happy. 5/5
This may be par for the course with these larger drivers, but these headphones are UNBELIEVABLY loud. I like my computer volume a little lower than I like, say, my earbud volume on my phone, but i'm talking I keep these at 16% in Windows and I play at .35 volume in CSGO. I turn Metal Gear Solid V to 4% in the volume mixer. They're that loud. I could honestly turn these on 100% and use them as speakers. There doesn't appear to be any fix for this.
Overall, these are good all rounder headphones. They don't sound great for music, but my mic quality is much better compared to my G390s and I have no complaints about how they sound while playing games and music at the same time. They are not audiophile headphones, but putting music or podcasts on in the background while playing Elite Dangerous sounds perfect by my standards.
The drivers for the H1500 are repulsive. The headset will stop working constantly. Open a game, it stops working. Adjust the volume more than 10%, it stops working. Adjust any audio properties in Windows, it stops working. Each time this happens, you must unplug and replug it repeatedly until it behaves properly.
Calling these headphones "surround" is literally just a lie. They have no surround properties whatsoever. They are indistinguishable from stereo headphones. Go ahead, open up your game of choice and flip between 2 channel and 7.1 channel. Can you hear any difference? No, because there isn't any. Turning the Dolby effects on does add some seriously artificial-sounding reverb, but it doesn't make them surround headphones.
There is one exception to this point: if you are playing Heroes of the Storm with 7.1 surround enabled and the Dolby filter on, it sounds godly. This is the reason I bought this headset in the first place, HOTS tricked me into thinking these were the greatest headset of all time. The first time I played HOTS with the 1500, I consistently couldn't tell whether sounds I was hearing were coming from the game or from my surroundings, because everything sounded utterly lifelike. So if Heroes of the Storm is your life, this is the headset for you. Otherwise, they're not worth the extra cost compared to, say, the Rosewill RHTS-8206, which actually has 6 speakers in each earpiece and ACTUALLY produces surround-sound (they also vibrate, which is like sex for your ears).
One complaint is that you have to pair this device with the corsair dongle and have found some usb ports don't have enough juice to get it working. If you plug in the dongle and don't have light, try a different usb port or a powered hub.
You cannot pair this with a device that doesn't support bluetooth dongles (i.e. cellphones), although you may be able to get this working with a female microusb to male usb converter . Didn't have any luck with my PS4 but still working on this.
Additionally the resetting of the bt dongle seems unnecessary. Not sure why the did this. I have not used any other usb dongle that requires this.