Package Contents:

  • ST100 RGB Premium Headset Stand
  • USB 3.1 (Gen 1) Micro B cable, 1.8m
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Warranty Card

Compatibility:

  • PC with USB port
  • Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7
  • Internet connection (for CUE software download)

Warranty

  • Two Years

I have had my ST100 stand for about a year now and I will tell you that it looks and works just like the day I purchased it. The ST100 features nice aluminum construction with a rubberized base that looks nice and premium as the price tag suggests. Its box contains a manual, as well as a USB 3.1 Micro B cable and a warranty guide. The product gets a two-year warranty. As soon as I unpacked the product I Immediately noticed the product felt very sturdy which took away any types of regrets I had. I was ultimately worried about spending a lot of money on a subpar product and as soon as I felt it those thoughts were immediately gone. The product has beautiful RGB lighting which can be seen from the base and the corsair logo up the neck of the stand that is configurable with its own CUE software. Since CUE needs to communicate, it has been fitted with a USB cable and links with corsair Utility Engine (CUE) software will allow you to control all RGB lit Corsair Gear and allows ST100 to sync up with your other Corsair devices. Sync and coordinate your keyboard, mouse, mousepad, headset, and headset stand into a symphony of color. The base of the stand offers Two USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A Ports that provide charging power and proper data speeds for your headset, phone, and other devices, as well as a 3.5mm audio jack. You may ask what is this 3.5mm audio jack for and think it’s for your headphones. Well, it is for your headphones, but also packs a little goody that took me 6 months of not caring and some time to research that this beautiful object packs its own sound card in it. A built-in 3.5mm analog jack creates a full-range stereo or 7.1 surround sound for an immersive, multi-channel audio experience and you can adjust the equalizer through the CUE software. Do not expect top of the line sound from the soundcard, it is just a small addition that has little to do with audiophile-grade audio quality. The audio overall sounded fine, clean and crisp really. Whether or not to choose Virtualized 7.1 audio is up-to you. Gaming seemed to sound better with using 7.1, but as far as the music it seemed better with just using the standard stereo output. The ST100 RGB Premium Headset Stand is rated for up to 2000mA of draw, so for the best compatibility and results, connect the ST100 RGB Premium Headset Stand to a proper USB 3.0 port. You can still use this stand Without CUE installed, the ST100 RGB Premium will still work as a headset stand and the USB pass-thru will still be active on devices such as the PS4 and the Xbox One, however, you get a default lighting mode and obviously cannot control stuff like the sound card equalizer and surround mode so Corsair won’t have those devices as compatible models on their website as all the functions aren’t compatible. at $59 USD price tag might seem steep, but having a premium build  and feel, RGB, included USB soundcard, easy access USB HUB with two ports, an aluminum finish and the sheer functionality of being a headset stand certainly make it something very unique and beautiful addition to any gamer that needs a stand.

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