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Corsair launches new HS80 Max wireless headset with SoundID

Featuring a similar design to that of the original HS80, the HS80 Max is an upgraded version of Corsair's previous flagship HS-series headset. Available in black and white, the new headset comes with enhanced battery life and construction at the cost of increased weight.

The HS80 MAX is a multi-platform gaming headset with support for Bluetooth and 2.4G wireless, allowing for adaptable networking on a variety of platforms and consoles. With the push of a button, you can connect to all of your devices while easily switching between 2.4GHz and Bluetooth-connected devices. When connected to a device via Bluetooth, the battery can last up to 130 hours (no RGB), reducing to 65 hours (no RGB) when using the 2.4GHz wireless dongle. A full charge takes less than three hours.

Along with expanded connection possibilities, the HS80 Max range retains all of its greatest features, including an omnidirectional microphone, 50mm audio drivers, a comfortable floating headband, iCUE support, and aluminium-strengthened construction. Play PC, PlayStation 4/5, and Mac games with Dolby Atmos spatial audio, customised for you by Sonarworks SoundID, which detects your individual hearing preferences and creates a personalised audio profile.

The HS80 MAX gaming headset comes with a two-year warranty and access to Corsair's global customer care and technical support network. The HS80 MAX has an MSRP of £169.99/$179.99.

KitGuru says: What do you think about the new Corsair HS80 Max? Would you consider buying it?

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