The Corsair HS75 XB Could Be Your Next Wireless Gaming Headset

Source: Kitguru The Corsair HS75 XB Could Be Your Next Wireless Gaming Headset

Dolby Atmos for Headphones License Included

Corsair’s HS75 XB is a high end wireless gaming headset, running you $150 with a Dolby license included.  You can expect up to 20 hours of lifetime, with a 40′ range over your choice of 2.4Ghz, 5.2Ghz or 5.8Ghz and at 330g you should be comfortable for the whole time.   They are powered by the ubiquitous 50mm neodymium magnets found in just about every modern headset and offer a response range of 20Hz – 20kHz with an impedance of 32 Ohms @ 1kHz.  The uni-directional mic is noise-cancelling, with a response of 100Hz – 10kHz and impedance of 2.0k Ohms.

This headset was designed specifically for XBox and requires an adapter to use on a PC, thankfully there area a variety of Xbox Wireless Adapters to choose from.  Once you have the hardware pairing is easy to manage and you can get to the action quickly.  Perhaps Kitguru’s favourite feature other than the great audio quality, is the USB-C charging cord.

Corsair is well known for its PC gaming peripherals but this week, we are taking a look at what they can offer in the console space. The HS75 XB Wireless headset is Corsair’s first headset designed for the Xbox Series X, Xbox One and of course, Windows 10 PCs.

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  1. razor512

    I don’t get why these gaming headsets are so expensive but they continue to use low end 100-10,000Hz mics. Consider this, electret mic capsules have gotten so cheap that you find modules in sub $100 smartphones that will go down to 50Hz, and handle up to 20,000Hz. And there are some rare exceptions, For example as a backup phone, I haze a cheap $80 ZTE smartphone where the stereo mics do 50-20,000Hz. How does that company manage to do that in a smartphone that is not subsidized by a carrier plan, but a gaming headset will still have such a limited microphone.

    • Jeremy Hellstrom

      Honestly it drives me nuts. It is almost impossible to find a headset with a decent mic. I guess part of that is because they don’t have to, slap in a cheap mic and you are as good as or better than your competition; so why bother using a better one and raising the price to cover it?

      We would notice but the vast majority of people would never hear the higher quality.


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