|Item Model Number||CA-9011214-AP|
|Hardware Platform||Gaming Console, PC|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 10 x 20.5 cm; 320 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||16 x 10 x 20.5 centimetres|
|Item Weight||320 g|
|Manufacturer||Leader Computers Pty Ltd|
|Date First Available||21 September 2019|
Corsair HS60 Pro – 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound PC Gaming Headset w/USB DAC - Discord Certified Headphones – Compatible with Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch – Yellow
- Adjustable ear cups fitted with plush memory foam provide exceptional comfort for hours of gameplay
- High-quality, custom-tuned 50mm neodymium audio drivers
- Light weight and durable construction with aluminium yokes give it years of longevity
- A fully detachable, noise-cancelling unidirectional microphone reduces ambient noise for excellent voice clarity
- Multi-platform compatible with PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices via a gold plated 3.5mm connector
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The Corsair HS60 PRO SURROUND yellow Gaming Headset delivers both comfort and quality with memory foam earpads and custom-tuned 50mm neodymium audio drivers, built to last thanks to its lightweight and durable construction. A detachable noise-cancelling unidirectional microphone helps your voice come through loud and clear and a gold-plated 3.5mm audio connector ensures compatibility with PC, Xbox One, PS4, Switch and more. Experience immersive 7.1 surround sound on PC with the included USB adapter, powered by CORSAIR iCUE software. Complete with on-ear volume and mute controls for convenient audio adjustments, the HS60 PRO is crafted for comfort and built for battle. On-ear volume and mute controls enable on-the-fly adjustments without distracting you from your game. Discord-certified for crystal-clear communication and outstanding sound. Specification: Headphones - Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20 kHz, Impedance: 32 Ohms @ 1 kHz, Sensitivity: 111 dB ( 3 dB), Drivers: 50mm. Microphone - Type: Unidirectional noise cancelling, Impedance: 2.0k Ohms, Frequency Response: 100Hz – 10kHz, Sensitivity: -40 dB ( 3 dB).
From the manufacturer
Make Yourself Heard
A fully detachable unidirectional microphone reduces ambient noise so you are heard loud and clear, and for crystal-clear communication and outstanding sound.
High-quality, custom-tuned 50mm neodymium audio drivers deliver the range to hear everything you need to on the battlefield. Immerse yourself in 7.1 surround sound, creating a multi-channel audio experience that puts you right in the middle of your game.
Crafted for Comfort
Adjustable ear cups fitted with plush memory foam provide exceptional comfort for hours of gameplay.
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If you're looking for a pair of budget, over ear headphones that sound good, are comfortable and work on all platforms, look no further
The mic quality is okay for comms but I personally don't use it because I have a studio mic with an arm stand so I have no use for it. If you're using it for a console it'll be just fine.
Just be very careful of what you do... there have been incidences where the headphones stop working and no one knows why. I recently got this problem when trying to update the headphone's firmware in the corsair's iCUE.
After an absolutely frustratingly long time and hard work uninstalling drivers and all of that, I fixed it by doing the same thing that caused the problem in the first place.
The weight is a bit heavy but just fine because after all, it is a wireless headset.
The cups swivel, but only a fraction. If you are to have them around your neck it's not constricting at all... (for me at least)
I would have liked to have a function that lets me change the EQ presets or 7.1 surround sound by pressing the power button once.
Just a quick something if you already own the headphones is that you can soft reset them by turning the headphones off and holding the microphone mute button for 15-20 seconds.
Overall it's a nice wireless headset.
The new memory foam pads feel very comfortable and provide a good seal for the sound. I was worried about sweat because I usually prefer cloth pads but these have been good so far, my ears don't feel hot and the pads breath well for pleather.
Build quality is excellent, very solid feel and nice metal frame, nice understated looks too.
My only complaints are due to the cable, it's quite a thick cable and not braided, so it doesn't bend easy. Also the cable length is too short for using rear audio outputs on your PC, I had to use an extension to get it to work in my desk setup. It would be nice if they included a 1m splitter run for PC, the splitter provided doesn't extend range.
I find that they're a little snug on my ears (mind you, I have big ears...), but it's not to an extent that makes them noticeably uncomfortable to the extent where you really feel the need to take them off.
Audio quality is crisp and bass is good. I'm really happy with these.
Top reviews from other countries
Headset broke above the left ear cup. Corsair cheaped out on build quality. I had assumed that the metal headband runs all the way from one end to the other but I was mistaken. The top part of the headset is made of hollow plastic which is disappointing. I used these headphones almost everyday for around 3 months and a half months. These headphones were not strong or flexible enough and broke while removing them from my head. Hopefully glue and cellotape will hold it together now.
This is my 2nd gaming headset after the Razer Electra (1st gen) and I have to say that I'm impressed that Corsair delivered such quality at a low cost. Got the headphones for Rs.1999 during diwali sale and it's a really good deal at that price. Following are my thoughts on few aspects of the headphones.
The headphones are made almost entirely of plastic with aluminium headband. The plastic used feels sturdy and not cheap in any way. I don't see these headphones breaking easily unless you actually throw it on the floor or something. The headphones are also lightweight thanks to the mostly plastic build.
These headphones have pretty large earcups that should enclose most ears comfortable. The padding is soft and comfortable and breathable so your ears won't sweat even after extended use. However, it doesn't provide great sound isolation so you will hear a bit of background noise and small amount of sound may leak out. The padding at the top is decent but not as soft as I would have liked. It is not an issue though as you won't feel any discomfort after a minute or 2.
These headphones provide surprisingly balanced sound compared to other headphones I've used. The bass is good and punchy but not overpowering and clarity is good. However, these headphones are not for bassheads who want overpowering bass. These headphones actually sound better than my previous Razer Electra, Sony MDR XB 150 and Sennheiser PX 80 headphones. At this discounted price, I don't expect any other headphones to match the quality of the Corsair HS35.
The headphones come with a volume scroll button on the left side which is easy to adjust but also easy to change by accident. The headphones are best used with the volume dialed up to full and using your pc/mobile settings to adjust volume. Below the volume scroll button is the mic mute button which can be pressed to mute/unmute your mic.
The Corsair HS35 comes with detachable microphone and splitter cable (only in black model) for connecting the headphone to desktop PCs which have separate 3.5mm ports for audio out and microphone. The mic works well and voice is heard clearly without background noise like fan being heard.
Mic quality 5/10 it's bad but it's ok, because I don't use mic for recording.
Comfort 10/10, very light weight
Build quality 10/10, very good quality plastic.
Overall it's bang for your buck if you are paying only ₹2000/-.
There's too much bass and less treble. Had to get used to it. Other than that really great.
Can easily use it for multiple hours without removing it. No pain to the ears and no sweat either. Only problem is that the cushion is not all smooth. It's like a net so somewhere a little bit rough but not a concern at all.
Pretty much flexible and durable. The build is plastic but you won't feel it as a negative as its light weight. I had razer headphones before this and those didn't last me even an year. Using this for 3 months and no signs of wear and tear so far.
Easily my best recommendation for headphones.
Also the mic is detachable, which makes the headphones very comfortable to use while eating.
Had to contact the Corsair India support, and they sent a replacement USB adapter and everything is working fine.
Brand new headphones, only one side of the headphones work when I use the USB adapter. Both sides work on 3.5mm, and both sides work on USB after adjusting the jack a lot.
ICUE doesn't detect this device, so I cannot turn on 7.1 surround. After reading stuff online, seems like an issue with Corsair headsets on Windows with build number equal to or greater than 1903.
EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED. Have written to Corsair India support, let's see if there is a solution. Need a replacement at least.