Corsair HS70 Wireless Headset
Corsair is known for a great variety of PC components and peripherals. They have a wide portfolio of headphones, including budget-oriented HS running upwards to a very high-end Void series. In this review, we check out the all new Corsair HS70 Stereo Gaming Headset.
The headset might look similar to the Corsair HS50, which we already reviewed before (you can read about it here: read here). But doesn’t have RGB, however it is wireless and comes with an integrated USB 7.1 Surround soundcard. It’s a headset that supports surround sound, but sure, usually disabling that feature makes it sound better overall. Being Wireless (2.4 GHz) it offers more freedom with up to 40 feet of range and up to 16 hours of gameplay on a single charge seems a big upside. During the test, the battery actually lasted about 12 hours, which is not too far off from Corsair’s claims. The drivers used are 50 mm Neodymium magnets, which should help deliver immersive 7.1 virtual surround sound on PC, and full stereo on Playstation 4. The new headset is capable of 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response. Available in 2 colors – carbon and white, the sturdy yet lightweight design features slim-profile oval ear cups with on-ear controls and internal-memory foam. A fully detachable Discord Certified noise-cancelling microphone guarantees clear and accurate communication. When used on PC, CORSAIR’s exclusive iCUE software provides additional audio EQ control, sound field pre-sets and sidetone adjustment.
Corsair HS70 Stereo Gaming Headset Features:
- Frequency Response – 20Hz – 20 kHz
- Impedance – 32 Ohms @ 1 kHz
- Drivers – 50 mm Neodymium
- Type – Unidirectional noise canceling
- Impedance –2.0k Ohms
- Frequency Response -100Hz to 10kHz
- Sensitivity – -40dB (+/-3dB)
This is a headset priced at 89.99 USD, and should be comfortable to wear and provide a great audio experience. The product will carry a 2 year warranty, which ensures that the Corsair HS70 Stereo Gaming Headset is going to receive the right amount of product support. The look might be modest but will definitely attract the PC gaming audience. Well, lets hit the next page, please.