Corsair has recently released their new headset from their Gaming Audio Series line, the HS1A. The HS1A is a newer version of the HS1, with the “A” symbolizing the change from USB-only to analog audio connectors. The analog HS1A headset will leave a lot up to whatever sound card the user employs in conjunction with it. The 50mm drivers should help reproduce high-quality audio with the mids and highs inside the full-cover ear cups. The HS1A includes two types of ear cups that are easily interchangeable, those being microfiber and synthetic leather. The rotatable boom on the left ear cup also has a bendable section to further customize the microphone’s position. With most of the niceties out of the way, let’s get on to the reason everyone is here and see how well the HS1A headset performs in our testing.
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