Pros: Great sound quality, strong wireless signal, improved overall construction and durability compared to previous generation Corsair headsets
Cons: A bit bulky
I had my doubts about wireless gaming headsets based on previous experiences with other wireless headsets and headphones. Corsair has been able to do right in just about every aspect. The microphone (although I do not use it) is a high quality noise cancelling mic. Overall sound quality from the microphone is quite decent and is comparable to their other and previous generation headsets.
The sound quality is also exceptional. The wireless signal is never lost as long as you're within the same room as the receiver. I listen to music, played movies and games. The sound is just about as good as any other "PC Gaming" headset, perhaps even better when you use certain presets within their driver software. Overall the audio reproduction from the Vengeance 2000 is on the high end when it comes to PC Gaming. It may not satisfy the uber audiophiles out there but if you're looking for something for gaming and general usage this will be the perfect solution.
Corsair claims the wireless signal can support up to 40 feet away. This seems to be in a "best case scenario" in which there are no walls or surfaces between the wireless USB receiver and the headset itself. I was able to walk around my room without any signal loss. Quality of the sound stayed consistent up until there are too many walls between you and the receiver. Once I stepped downstairs the signal was intruded by some static but you can still hear sound. It was not until I went to the basement the signal was lost completely. Overall the wireless works quite well, so far the best I have experienced so far.
The Vengeance 2000 headset may be considered fairly bulky to some users. It is definitely a large piece of equipment but Corsair has done a great job in making it stand out with the silver and blue on black accents. The headset is surprisingly light considering its size but don't expect them to weigh as light as a feather. It is definitely something that you will feel over your head but definitely wont cause any discomfort over long usage periods thanks to the thick padding on the headband and the microfibre padding over the very large earcups.
All in all the Vengeance 2000 is a solid buy for anyone who is in the market for a wireless headset for gaming, skype, and day to day usage. The MSRP is $149, you can try to grab one when they go on sale at some retailers but even for $149 it is well worth it. Corsair pretty much took their previous products and made it 400% better in every way. If you're looking for something similar but you don't buy into the wireless scene then you can check out their Vengeance 1500 version.
Hope my short review has helped.