Overall and FV
When Corsair puts their minds to something, they stop at nothing to make it the best in the industry. I think the Vengeance 2000 is another great example of this. Our first experience with a Corsair headset was good but lacked the bass that some of today’s music, movies, and games demand. The Vengeance 2000’s are a world apart when it comes to bass; we have never had a headset in the office that rattles our heads so easily. This made our in game, in movie, and music listening experiences great in all but a few cases. On top of that, I was very impressed with both its battery life and wireless range. The ability to control your volume right on the side of the headset was also a great addition. My only other complaint was with the power button, I hope in the future they consider something with a little more feedback like a switch. But that complaint is small compared to the Vengeance 2000’s pro’s. To top it all off, they are packed in a slick looking, aluminum design that is very eye catching. Of course you are paying for all of these features at almost $150 bucks. Of course, after ruining a few wired headsets just by running over the cord one to many times, it would have been a lot cheaper to go with this in the first place.