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HS60 HAPTIC: Corsair’s first gaming headset with Haptic Bass technology under test

Looks, interior and stability of the new gaming headset from Corsair screams shooter enthusiasts. That means that compared to its predecessors, the HS60 HAPTIC not only focuses on comfort and quality, but also on new technology. As a result, the new member of the Corsair headset family could now also play in the high-end segment. We took a close look at the latest headset from Corsair and hope to see another representative of the US manufacturer on the top list of gaming headsets.

Technical data

Design On-ear
Connection cable
Weight 420 g
Diaphragm diameter 50 mm
Impedance 32 Ohm
Frequency range 20 Hz – 20,000 Hz
Impedance (microphone) 2,000 Ohm
Sensitivity (microphone) -40 dB
Frequency range (microphone) 100 Hz – 10,000 Hz
Price 129,99 € (current:€ 172.22)

Good camouflaged

Corsair has really come up with something new in terms of appearance. The HS60 HAPTIC comes with a grey-white camouflage paint on the ear cups. The typical Corsair metal grilles – including logo – are retained, as already known from the HS series from the 50s Stereo and Pro Stereo as well as the 60s PRO SURROUND. Together, they give the headset’s look a gaming look without RGB.

Just by taking the HS60 HAPTIC in your hands before you put it on, you will notice the high quality workmanship of the materials. It is made of aluminum reinforced metal, which provides the necessary robustness, and memory foam in the ear pads, for long-term comfort. Long gambling sessions are thereby always given – maximally the weight of 420 gram can show effect after a time.

If you want to adjust settings such as volume or the intensity of the haptic sound effects, the HS60 HAPTIC does not need to be removed. These can be easily adjusted with controls located on the outside of the left and right handset. This way the audio quality can be optimally adjusted to suit the owner – without having to switch to the virtual equalizer. While the volume wheel has a small grid, the intensity control is stepless. A small LED shows the status of the current haptic effect.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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