Corsair Releases HS35 v2 Headsets For Console & PC Gaming

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Now Available In North America!

[Press Release] Corsair has just introduced two new headsets. The HS35v2 is perfect for console gaming, thanks to tuned 50nm neodymium drivers. It also supports 3.5mm connectivity for compatibility across multiple consoles and devices.

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Meanwhile, the HS35 Surround v2 brings the same feature set with an included USB receiver. This leads to 7.1 surround sound support on PC, offering crisp, directional audio in competitive games and an immersive experience in single-player games.

In terms of comfort, Corsair offers an adjustable suspended headband for pressure-free usage. Cushioned soft ear pads further add to the comfort, and easy-to-access mute/volume buttons enable convenient adjustments on the fly.

Both headsets are available in three colors for the starting price of $50. These can be immediately bought in North America from Corsair or authorized resellers in black, blue, and red options.

The manufacturer will also launch this line of headsets in Europe by the end of April, so those looking to add a brand-new headset to their gaming setup should stay tuned to Corsair’s official website.

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