With the HS35 stereo gaming headset, Corsair wants to address newcomers in particular and thus offer a device that is as inexpensive as possible while still offering good quality and good sound. For a price of € 57.94* the HS35 is not the cheapest headset, so the headset has to show its strengths in quality and sound. We have tested whether Corsair succeeded in this for you.
Design and Workmaship
The design of the Corsair HS35 is quite simple. Corsair applies the logo to the auricle without large decorative elements. The whole thing is framed with a small groove, which gives the whole a little polish. Otherwise, Corsair remains at a minimum with decorative elements. However, the lettering is still on the temple. The processing of the HS35 Stereo is good. The whole headset is shaky, but that’s all in the green. The headset also needs some play so that you can put it on properly.
The HS35 is available in carbon, green, blue and red. Please note, however, that only the carbon version comes with a 3.5 mm Y splitter cable. So if you don’t have a combined plug on your PC, you have to buy one or the carbon version. The price remains the same, by the way.
Price: € 36.99
|Frequency||20 Hz – 20 kHz|
|Weight (with microphone)||260 g|
|Compatibility||PC, PS4 (Pro), Xbox One (S and X)|
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