Corsair HS80 RGB WIRELESS Premium Gaming Headset with Dolby Atmos Audio (Low-Latency, Omni-Directional Microphone, 60ft Range,

(10 customer reviews)


  • Live the game in a headset that merges iconic CORSAIR design, superb audio quality, industry-leading wireless technology, and durable build quality.
  • Connect with hyper-fast SLIPSTREAM WIRELESS for extremely low-latency, high-quality audio, so you hear every shot, step, and shout as it happens.
  • Immersive Dolby Atmos on PC places the sounds of the game all around you with three-dimensional precision, so you can react faster and more accurately.
  • From a faint whisper to a resonating blast, a pair of custom-tuned 50mm high-density neodymium audio drivers catch every sound in exquisite detail with an expanded frequency range of 20Hz-40,000Hz.
  • A broadcast-grade omni-directional microphone captures your voice with terrific clarity, with a flip-up mute function and a built-in LED mute indicator.
  • Enjoy hours of long-lasting, plush comfort thanks to memory foam earpads with breathable cloth fabric and a stress-free floating headband design.
  • Experience high-fidelity 24bit/96kHz sound when connected via USB wired.
  • Built to take the hits of years of competitive gaming thanks to durable construction reinforced with aluminum.
  • Play with the freedom of up to 60ft of wireless range and up to 20 hours of battery life. Never interrupt your gaming with the ability to plug in and charge while playing.
  • Dolby Atmos not available on macOS, PS5/PS4. Compatible with Tempest 3D audio on PS5
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The CORSAIR HS80 RGB WIRELESS Gaming Headset connects with hyper-fast SLIPSTREAM WIRELESS, delivering incredibly detailed sound through custom-tuned 50mm neodymium audio drivers. Immersive Dolby Atmos® on PC puts you into the game with three-dimensional precision, while a broadcast-grade omni-directional captures your voice with outstanding clarity.

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Additional information

Dimensions 9 × 4.7 cm



‎HS80 RGB Wireless

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Item Weight

‎12.9 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎9.7 x 9 x 4.7 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎9.7 x 9 x 4.7 inches




1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)



Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎November 29, 2022



10 reviews for Corsair HS80 RGB WIRELESS Premium Gaming Headset with Dolby Atmos Audio (Low-Latency, Omni-Directional Microphone, 60ft Range,

  1. Doc

    Best headset I have ever tried, and I have tried a LOT!First, let me say that I have tried a ton of headsets from every brand. Logitech, HyperX, Corsair, JBL, Astro, Steel Series, etc. I settled on the HyperX alphas and they were my daily drivers for over 2 years. I loved them and they still work great, but I really wanted to get a set of wireless headphones, and not break the bank. The wireless version of the Alphas were almost $200 and I didnt want to spend that much, so i tried the Steel Series Arctic 7’s. They sounded good, but were horribly uncomfortable. I returned, and saw the Corsair HS80’s on sale, and saw they were atmos certified, so I decided to give them a try. Needless to say, I was no disappointed. Let me tell you what I love:1. Comfort. So good. I have a big head (7 5/8″) so finding headphones that fit is hard. No problems at all with these, and I can wear them all day without issue.2. Mic – Ok, this is a surprise here. I love that you can flip it up to mute, that’s sweet. However, thats not what makes it great. Everyone that I play with can’t believe how incredibly good I sound now. The mic quality is amazing, and it’s ability to filter out background noise is second to none. I had two people behind me having a full conversation, and loudly, and my friends never heard a word. Incredibly impressed.3. Sound – Atmos is so nice. Music is so clean, and immersive. Games, especially COD Warzone, is just fantastic. Movies. Oh man. I am just blown away. This is my first pair of atmos headphones, so maybe I dont know really good atmos, but for me me, wow. I love it.4. You can use them with multiple computers with a nifty little trick. Plug the wireless dongle in one, and the usb cable in the other, and just hold the power button for 2 seconds and it swaps back and forth. Really nice.I have absolutely nothing bad to say about these and can’t recommend them enough.

  2. James

    Very Solid Wireless HeadsetUpdate 7/7/22: I bought this headset in November ’21 and it is still performing wonderfully. No issues whatsoever, build quality is holding up well with daily use of 4-8 hours and games, movies & music still sound excellent on this headset.First off, I want to say that this headset can get LOUD. I pretty much never have to turn the volume above 25/100 whereas with my previous headsets (Arctis Pro, HyperX Cloud Flight, Sony Platinum, TB Stealth 700 and a few others) I typically had no problem maxing out the volume and often needed to. The sound quality on these is excellent, they are high res capable, so they have a frequency range of 20-40,000hz, which is better than most headsets which are usually 20-20,000hz. They have 50mm drivers, 25% larger than a lot of similarly priced headsets. They come with a Dolby Atmos subscription which is great when watching movies in particular. For gaming, I prefer setting my own EQ on the Icue software, which is easy to use and feature-rich. The microphone on this headset really sets it apart from other wireless headsets though. It is by far the best sounding mic I’ve used on a headset, like it’s practically broadcast quality. My friends tell me that I sound like I’m speaking to them in person, there’s no compression or distortion, it’s really incredible for a wireless mic. Go watch Hardware Canucks review on YouTube if you want to hear it in action. The headset is very comfy as well, feels similar to an Arctis headset, what with the ski-goggle type band at the top and fabric ear cushions instead of leather. They are very well built and sturdy, with a solid plastic band and metal hinges. The earcups can rotate to lay flat on your chest as well. And because they use felt fabric instead of the typical PVC leather on the earcups, they are therefore much cooler and able to be worn for longer times because they don’t make your ears warm. They do a pretty good job of blocking outside noise, but they are not noise cancelling so you do get a little leakage, both coming in, and to a lesser extent, going out. The microphone flips up to mute and you can shut off or change the LED color on the mic to signify when it’s on or off. Again, the microphone quality is absolutely astounding for a wireless headset, don’t listen to the reviews claiming it’s too low, I’m pretty sure if that was an issue that a firmware update fixed it because both my best friend and I have never had that problem with our headsets. These really shine in FPS and other games where you need to pay attention to auditory details like footsteps. With the 10-band EQ, you can get things like footsteps sounding incredibly clear by adjusting the bass & treble. Dolby Atmos sounds great in movies and music and does well in games that decode Atmos sound, though I still prefer using the EQ for any competitive gaming. For single player games like God of War or Guardians of the Galaxy, the Atmos is a treat though. I really have only one complaint about this headset and that’s the battery life – it’s not really a complaint, just a nitpick, but I would’ve liked a few more hours of battery life. That being said, I still have never needed to charge it in a day, I can always get about 13-15hrs from it, so I just make sure to plug it in every night. You can also put a battery indicator in the notification area of your taskbar so you can always know what level the battery is at, which I think is a very useful feature. Also, the dongle has a pretty cool feature in that you can connect other Corsair devices to it – so if you have a wireless Corsair mouse, you can save a USB port and connect both the headset and mouse to the headset’s dongle. And speaking of, the range on these is pretty solid and about the same as other wireless headsets. Zero noticeable latency or lag too, thanks to the Slipstream wireless. I’m able to walk to my bathroom about 20ft away and I still get a signal even though it’s going thru 2 walls. It’ll occasionally drop out when going thru several walls, but it’s got a pretty solid connection and I’ve certainly never had any problems when I’m in the same room as the dongle – never any static, loss of connection or anything, sound is always crisp and clear when within 10-15ft of the receiver. There is also some RGB on the earcups and mic, but I personally shut it off to save battery life. I mean you can’t see the RGB while wearing the headset so the only reason to keep the RGB on is if you’re streaming and other people can see it – but if you’re alone, do yourself a favor and shut it off or at least turn the brightness down because it’ll get you an extra 1-2 hours of battery life. Overall, I can absolutely recommend this headset, it’s very well built, sounds great, it’s comfy, the mic is incredible, and it feels like it will last a long time.Tl;Dr – excellent headset, sounds great and microphone is incredible.

  3. Hunter Laughlin

    Best headset I’ve ever ownedFor reference, previous headset was the Corsair HS70 Wireless, this is an improvement in almost every way. Sound quality is great for gaming with an excellent in-app mixer to fine tune audio levels to your liking. Microphone is near perfect for wireless headphones, sounded like I was “in the room” according to friends online. Comfortable fit, but it did take some fiddling around with the strap to find a good position. The only complaint I have is the price. 100% worth upgrading if you can get a discount. If not for the price, this is a 5 star product.

  4. Anthony S.

    Almost Perfect! Major Software Bugs do Exist!Got The Product and was very happy! Plugged it in and noticed that the default sound settings is muffy/stuffy. This isn’t a big deal since the iCUE Software comes with an Equilizer to clear up and better the audio. However This is where problems Begin! Trying to turn on 7.1 Surround sound in the iCUE software I noticed it will not turn on at all! On my older Corsair Headset which was the Void RGB headset it would switch from the stereo button to 7.1 Surround sound! Maybe it’s me and the headset doesn’t have it? I really cannot tell. If not Dolby Atmos will have to do for now. Another issue there is that I know for sure is an issue is when you restart your Computer or turn it on from a shut down the iCUE software that you use to change the RGB on the headset and Equalizer will NOT detect the headset and the USB dongle. You would have to disconnect from the USB Dongle and connect it again. It doesn’t sound like a big deal but it WILL get annoying doing it constantly when restarting your PC or just turning it on. A problem I didn’t have on my Void RGB Headset. Corsair has done nothing so far to fix it. If they do I will try and add an edit. Another Huge problem is that when charging the headset it has to STAY ON… Why Corsair WHY! What is this Product Thinking Consideration??? Most people like me charge our headsets at night we DO NOT want it on! Why is it on the older Void RGB headset you can turn it off and the headset will charge…? Now on this more modern headset you have to leave it on just so it can charge? Doesn’t make any sense to me. One thing for sure if these things are not fixed this WILL be my last corsair Headset Product ever! My older Corsair Void RGB headset kept bass boosting outrageously randomly for no reason which is why I bought a different Corsair headset to give them a second chance. However turns out this seems to have more bugs than that… Now you all know. But other than the bugs it does have a chance for redemption with a pretty cool design and feels good wearing it and when tuned for your needs it sounds good! With hopeful future bug fixes I would love to see these issues fixed that I found within a Month and a half. That will be my true deciding factor on my next headset after the HS80s is the will for Corsair to fix these issues that I’ve also seen others have.

  5. Luis A. Nataniel

    Great Sound Bad ComfortThese headphones have phenomenal sound quality and even mic quality. Simplicity of use is amazing too… Just plug in the usb transmitter and your good to go! The only thing about these headphones that kept it from getting a 5/5 stars is the comfort level. This can vary based on different people but me personally think the way they fit is was too tight. When i first put them on they are fine a little snug especially cause the top frame is so stiff and doesnt have that much flexibility, but after 1 or 2 games I find myself constantly adjusting them because the spot around my ears are starting to ache. They aren’t that adjustable… the little strap you use to make it higher or lower on your head is kinda pointless to me because when i loosen it, it completely eliminates the suspended feeling and it would end up creating a sore spot on the top of my head and if I tightened it it wouldn’t sit right on my ears. The fact that they are “suspended” Style at all is ridiculous (sorry if i sound like a hater) it was just false advertisement to me because i love the weightlessness real suspended headphones provide, and these dont even scratch the surface. The band doesn’t even have that much slack. Im just ranting at this point. Long story long, these headphones have unmatched sound and mic quality for its price, I just personally hate how i cant wear them for longer than 30 minutes without them hurting my ears or the top of my head. This isnt going to effect everyone for everyone has different size heads and ears yet i consider my cranium close to average lol im going to either return these or give them to a friend, either way looking at them reminds me of the pain and disappointment I feel.

  6. Andrew G

    Premium audio hardware plagued by sub-par software, an expensive own-goalUPDATE SEPTEMBER 13 2022– iCUE now remembers sidetone settings. Good job Corsair, have a star back.———–My PC is a “Corsair” build, with iCUE handling my audio, my mouse and keyboard, my CPU cooler, and my case fans. After picking up the HS80 my loyalty to Corsair has been rewarded with frequent crashes, audio delays and distortion, and constant maintenance of software that’s supposed to – by design – not need constant maintenance.I’m impressed with the build quality. The earcups and elastic suspension headstrap feel substantial and do a good job isolating outside sound. The boom mic is comfortable and microphone quality is the best Corsair has offered to date.Past Corsair headsets have had surround audio built-in to iCUE. The HS80 comes stereo out of the box and “supports surround audio” through external tools: either Windows Sonic or Dolby Atomos from the Windows Store. Dolby Atomos is Corsair-recommended, but iCUE does not handle this integration gracefully. Windows struggles to negotiate audio processing between iCUE and Dolby Atomos, resulting in delayed pre-caching and extended load times of 30-45 seconds per instance. Opening a dozen YouTube tabs and waiting a minute for each one to play nice with Dolby and iCUE, freezing my whole PC during the wait, makes listening to music or watching videos painful. Corsair’s “recommended feature” – and part of the premium expense of this product – is better off completely ignored.The HS80’s volume wheel has a click-in button that lets you switch between Equalizer presets. This only toggles iCUE’s built in stereo equalizer – which gets disabled if you utilize Windows Sonic or Dolby Atomos. This click-in button can’t be remapped in iCUE. Another premium feature that is totally worthless in practice.Microphone sidetone settings constantly reset because iCUE can’t remember an on/off binary state. iCUE has never handled sidetone correctly in the past 3 years I’ve used multiple Corsair headsets so this is not a surprise. If you prefer sidetone, you’ll never forget to constantly re-enable it with the HS80, because iCUE can’t be bothered to do it right.iCUE does not handle wandering gracefully – you are “wireless” but not totally untethered from your desk. Walking out of wireless dongle range causes problems. The headset will reconnect, but sometimes audio processing will become corrupted, or your microphone output will sound higher or lower pitched to listeners. Your friends will tell you your mic is broken after they’re done laughing or complaining in VC.Plugging power into the headset to recharge it midway through a gaming session causes the entire headset to turn off and on again, which can cause iCUE to crash. Turning the headset off and plugging it in to charge while still using the computer can cause iCUE to crash. Exiting wireless range can cause iCUE to crash. Troubleshooting surround audio can cause iCUE to crash. Nothing about the premium features justifying this headset’s price are supported by the software responsible for making it all work.If you don’t mind troubleshooting your own PC this is a great headset. If you want something that just works, buy a wired Corsair headset, or go for a different non-Corsair wireless brand.

  7. B. Barrows

    Wish it had better range.The sound quality is pretty good, and the noise cancellation is almost too good. Battery life is average but plenty to last an extended gaming session on a full charge.I just wish it had better range as it starts to stutter and cut out towards the other side of my 1bdrm appartment.

  8. Benjamin

    Amazing mic, good sound, okay batteryThese headphones are probably the best bang you can get for your buck. It has pretty great sound, and one of the best mics I’ve heard on a headset- especially in the $150 range. The only complaint I have is battery life. I get around 8 hours of continuous use on a full charge. Which still lasts all day, but far from the advertised battery life. The good news is, it can be used while charging, so it’s less of an issue. But overall, I love them!

  9. izenbice

    Great headsetI used to have a corsair void headset and was looking for an upgrade. These feel much nicer due to having a band at the top instead of the headset directly pressing on your head. Build quality is great and battery life as well, noise quality is good and iCUE software works as it should. Bluetooth range is pretty poor, disconnects if I walk ~15 feet from my PC. Not an issue if you only use it at your desk though.

  10. Corey Clark

    Great Headset for Overall UseThe headset, even though it looks bulky and heavy, is surprisingly relatively lightweight and comfortable. I have worn this for over 10+ hours of gaming/streaming sessions, and at all times, it has been relaxing and also like you aren’t even wearing a headset. The range I have been able to get out of it has been pretty impressive compared to other wireless headsets. One of the best things is also the battery life, having hardly needed to charge it with the included cable. I am glad the headset uses USB C, allowing you to use any USB C cable if you misplace the line that comes with it. Also, allowing you to be able to use the headset while it’s charging via cable connection is fantastic as well. Its sound is crisp and clear when using it to communicate with people.Now for some cons; with this headset, there is only one con, but it can vary depending on opinion as everyone’s different; however at times sounds, certain sounds can sound kind of hollow and void of life though sometimes it does a great job at reproducing sounds.

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