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Corsair Vengeance 1500

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Hello Everyone,


I managed to install OSX (Mountain Lion) very cleanly, but the only thing that gives me trouble is my USB headset:

- Playing music or videos sounds great

- Using VOIP application like TeamSpeak work perfectly



- Volume is extremely loud (Set to 1% and still painful)


I realise that Corsair doesn't have OSX drivers, but being a USB device and having great sound means it must be working right?

So why the extreme volume output? is there a way to reduce this outrageous volume?


I don't want to worry about damaging my ears :-O!


Thanks in advance, I appreciate any feedback!

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You are saying the audio controls on the headset are giving just 2 adjustments an extremly loud sound or no sound at all? Have you tested with another computer?

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Hello Thanks for your reply!


I'm not actually using the volume controls, I'm using the volume slider in OSX, I need to set that slider to 1% in order for the volume to be bearable.

I have tried this on a real MBP and on a PC and the headset functions fine on those.

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