Corsair HS70 Pro Wireless Gaming Headset - 7.1 Surround Sound Headphones for PC - Discord Certified - 50mm Drivers – Carbon
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- Adjustable ear cups fitted with plush memory foam provide exceptional comfort for hours of gameplay.
- High-quality, custom-tuned 50mm neodymium Audio drivers deliver superb sound quality with the range to hear everything you need to on the battlefield.
- An omnidirectional microphone picks up your voice with exceptional clarity, with a flip-up mute function and a built-in LED mute indicator.Headphone Frequency Response:20Hz - 20 kHz,Impedance:32 Ohms @ 1 kHz
- Connect wirelessly to your PC or PS4 using low-latency 2. 4Ghz wireless via the included USB adapter.
- A fully detachable, noise-cancelling Unidirectional microphone reduces ambient noise for excellent voice clarity.
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CRAFTED FOR COMFORT
Adjustable ear cups fitted with plush memory foam provide exceptional comfort for hours of gameplay.
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.
MAKE YOURSELF HEARD
A fully detachable unidirectional microphone reduces ambient noise so you are heard loud and clear, and is Discord-Certified for crystal-clear communication and outstanding sound.
Play with the freedom of up to 40ft of wireless range and up to 16 hours of battery life, compatible with PC and PS4.*
*7.1 Surround Sound only available on PC.
INTELLIGENT CONTROL. UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES.
CORSAIR iCUE software enables custom audio equalizer settings, sidetone control and immersive virtual surround audio.
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The Corsair HS70 Pro Wireless gaming headset delivers both comfort and quality with memory foam ear pads and custom-tuned 50mm neodymium audio drivers, built to last thanks to its lightweight and durable construction. Connect to your PC or PS4 with low-latency 2. 4GHz wireless, and make sure you’re heard with a fully detachable, noise-cancelling unidirectional microphone. Immerse yourself in 7. 1 surround sound on PC, with up to 16 hours of battery life and up to 40ft of wireless range. On-ear volume and mute controls make it easy to adjustment audio on-the-fly, while Corsair iCUE software lets you fine-tune all of your settings from a single intuitive interface. Tech Support # 1-888-222-4346 Opt #1
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It took awhile but i finally got my replacement set back from corsair. They required receipts, all the parts that came in the box, original packaging, pictures of the damage, You need to pay for shipping(i'm against paying for return shipping in situations like this, but whatevs), and provide shipping information. Once they do approve the replacement they ship it back using the slowest shipping method possible. If i could do it all over again, I would have gotten the Kingston Hyper X headset.
Edit* 12/14/2019 lowering to one star.
Headphones A: both Hinges broke again. Headphones B: The ear pads glue came undone and had to request ear pads from Corsair, which they sent out free of charge. Also, the battery will not charge. Will have to send both to Corsair to RMA again. At least Corsair has a 2 year warranty. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Warranty Denied after ticket was escalated. They stated that the hinge defect and battery failing of both of my headsets fell under "Wear and tear from normal use."
So definitely save your self possible future headache, time and money and skip these.
Construction: These headphone seem to be well made. I've had them for several weeks and they're pretty sturdy feeling so far. The have some heft in my hands without feeling heavy on my head.
Comfort: These headphones feel great on my big head. I'm the kind of person that gets headaches from wearing hats tight or loose. Gaming for hours at time in these hasn't been a problem for me. The earphones are big enough to fit completely around my ears as opposed to sitting on them. They feel a little warm sometimes, but that's more of a me problem. The removable microphone is also really nice.
Sound: I'm not an audiophile, but I also hate cheap, tinny sound. The audio quality is pretty decent to me. I didn't care for the default EQ, but I'm pretty happy with them after making a custom profile.
Surround: I personally don't care for it. It sounds like the "concert hall" effect on home audio receivers to me. I just leave them in stereo mode. Doesn't really bother me since I didn't buy them for the surround effect.
Controls: There's a power button on the bottom of the right headphone. It turns them on/off with a long press. A short press is used to prevent the auto shutdown when prompted after 5 minutes (customizable) of inactivity. The left headphone has mic on/off button that works via a short press. A long press turns on/off the mic feedback. The mic feedback is nice for checking how you sound or if the mic is picking up noise from something in your environment. There's an analog volume dial on the rear of the left headphone that works well, but it feels like a cheap potentiometer compared to the rest of the build quality.
Sound delay: There's no perceivable delay. That's something I worried about for gaming using a wireless headset.
Range: The range is decent. It's a little frustrating because it falls just short of reaching my kitchen on the first floor. My PC is in an upstairs bedroom in a normal wood-framed structure. It would be nice to be able keep talking while I run to the kitchen for a beverage. You can't have it all though.
Software: This is where things go south quickly. The bottom line is that the software is unacceptably slow for what it does. The functionality is great, but the delays are unbelievable. I'm using a decent computer with a solid state drive. I can't comprehend what this app is doing when it takes 10 to 15 seconds for the client to come to the foreground from the system tray. That's when it doesn't crash. Oh, and they have the nerve to show ads for games in the management program. It's only useful for products that Corsair sells for money. What were they thinking? It's a shame that such a well-made product is hamstrung by terrible software. Corsair, please fix this problem! I would love to upgrade my review to 5 stars.
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- Excelente sonido y además puedes configurar diferentes perfiles de ecualización desde el software iCue.
- Se nota de buena calidad a pesar de ser de plástico en general se ve muy bien ensamblado.
- Tiene alertas de voz al prender y apagar los audífonos y micrófono.
- Tiene un modo de apagado automático a los 5min (Si no percibe que estás reproduciendo sonido) para ahorrar batería
- Son algo pesados (por ser inalámbricos y tener la batería incluida), después de un tiempo me dio un poco de dolor en el cuello.
- El micrófono no es muy bueno, sobre todo yo lo iba a utilizar para el trabajo y en algunas ocasiones se quejaron de que no me escuchaban con tanta claridad.
- La parte interna no está acolchada por lo que si tienes orejas grandes como yo, terminarán tocando esa parte interna y después de un rato hasta rojo te queda el oído de la presión que se ejercen sobre ellos.
- Tienen muy poco ajuste por lo que no puedes dejarlos recargados sobre el cuello mientras no los utilizas.
1. Great build. There's metal, matte plastic, comfortable cups + head band
2. Removable microphone when it's not needed
3. Great sound and isolation
5. Very decent mic
6. Physical buttons/controls on headset
7. Very sturdy adjustable mic
1. Terrible software/Drivers (I'll explain below)
2. Average battery life. About 8 hours continuous use (without surround)
3. Hissing/noise from right cup (extremely common issue. Interference?)
4. No AUX out for mobile.
5. Poor range.
Lets talk about the cons. The software issue I mentioned, displays incorrect battery life. It'll never give you 100% battery (despite green light). Usually suggests between 85-94%, although I truly believe it's the software, not defective batteries. One time it said 44%, and sat there for 4ish hours, until it finally reached that level, and started dropping. Also, the software is annoying to display your battery life. You have to open the software, go to settings, click on your headset, and it'll tell you. It feels a bit cumbersome to keep doing. I wish this was integrated better. Also takes a solid 30 seconds to connect. So turning it off to go do something can be a bit frustrating when you're still sitting in a game lobby, and you're waiting for it to connect.
Software out of the way, the battery life is pretty average (a con in my opinion). If you do a marathon gaming session for one day, you'll definitely need to plug it in at the end of it. 2-3 days would be nice, but it's fine, the wireless factor makes up for it.
The range is also pretty poor. It's probably 20% worse than my regular bluetooth headphones, constantly disconnecting when I go downstairs, and sometimes just a room over.
There's also a constant hissing in the right cup. I say it's a con and not a defect because it seems nearly everyone gets this. I feel like it's interference due to the fact the volume changes of it when moving your head around. Also increases when you physically touch the mic (however removing the mic doesn't change anything).
And last, it just kind of sucks there isn't an aux out. The fact I can remove the mic makes me really want to be able to plug this into my phone when I'm out, so I can use them as headphones, since they truly do look great.
lets talks about the pros - It's got beautiful design, feels incredibly sturdy, and when it comes down to it, it's primary functions are all amazing (sound, mic, being wireless). The controls on the headset itself are easy to use, and nothing's in a weird place. Day 1, you'll be able to adjust volume, muting without thought. I also love that the mic is removable. It's a nice feature you don't see too often. I also have a desktop mic with (obviously) much better quality. So at times when I want to use that, I don't need to have this thing sitting in front of my face all the time. The mic itself is great, it basically morphs into any position you want it to (honestly the best of all headsets I've had).
Summary - This headset offers incredible value. It looks great, feels great, sounds great, and lets you not worry about cables. Yes, the software is extremely tedious, battery is barely 'okay', and the range can be a bit frustrating, but what you get is more than what you paid for, and for this I definitely recommend this headset.
Overall not a good product, wouldn't recommend for anything. The sound and mic are awful, nothing good about it other than the build of the headset feel somewhat decent.
My main gripe is that the driver isn't smart enough to tell windows to change default audio device when you turn the headset on and off, you will need to manually go into windows' audio settings and change output device.
1.The Icue Software is not great, the EQ and 7.1 doesn't do anything. firmware update issues as well for many so im not sure I want to update the firmware which has no release notes as well.
2. You must have the USB dongle plugged in to use the headset wired (for charging) which takes up an extra USB port.
3. I asked Corsair for the release notes of the 0.64 firmware update and no reply.
4. They Hurt my ears after a couple of hours because the pads are not thick enough to keep ears from hitting the inside of the speakers. (I have average ears)
5. Range is more like 10-15 ft in a normal house.
6. Volume button in rear turns too easily and can be turned mistakenly while laying down.
1.They sound great.
2.Battery life is Excellent.
3. The price is good.
Overall these are pretty good and i am happy with them.
The quality of the headset is solid and definitely feels more high end because of the weight of it. However, it does start to get incredibly uncomfortable to wear after about 3-4 hours of continuous wear. It sometimes feels like my ear is suffocated. Hopefully, that discomfort will ease when I break in the headset more.
Sound is as good as the price of this headset can get. My boyfriend has the Arctis 7's and even though his is at a higher price tag, the sound quality isn't to far from theirs. I can hear footsteps more clearly and it has a fantastic treble to bass ratio.
Battery life is not bad, though I wish it would last more than 2 8 hour days.
The one major negative is the range. It is definitely not the greatest since I would walk approximately 8-10 meters and it would disconnect. I have some wireless earphones with better range than that.
+ Long battery life.
+ Above average range (I can walk all over my house without losing the signal)
+ Works instantly on PC and PS4
+ Solid construction
- Volume control feels a bit dated. It's a flimsy control wheel straight from a 80s cassette player. If you lean on a soft couch or cushion while watching a movie, it's very easy to unintentionally move the wheel which is located at the back of the headphones, exactly where the soft material wraps around your head.
-Build and sound quality is amazing for the price.
-Made out of good materials (metal, comfy fabric), doesn’t feel cheap at all.
-Battery life is super good also, usually last me throughout the day.
-Corsair provides their own EQ system that also allows you to access all your other Corsair products connected to the PC which is convenient.
-Surround Sound is also fairly good.
-Tight fit on head. Hard to wear glasses with it for +3-4 hours.
Overall it’s a super good headset.
Además pensando en el problema que tuve con los VOID alámbricos opté por estos HS70 por ser inalámbricos y no me puedo quejar pues suenan excelente (prácticamente no siento diferencia con respecto a los VOID que tengo).
La comodidad púes no es como la de los VOID pues en mi caso me quedaron justos (prácticamente perfectos, creo que soy muy cabezón XD) y siento que tuve suerte en ese aspecto, considero que son un poco más pesados pero no es muy notable.
Recomiendo mucho esta opción pues aunque la batería esta agotada puedes emplearlos mientras se cargan y si de plano te acabas la batería ¡¡¡se puede comprar nueva!!!! .
03/23/2020 Actualización de mi estado empleando estos headset
Resulta que luego de usarlos me pasan dos cosas:
1.- Tengo Windows 10 en mi laptop y windows 7 en mi pc de escritorio, emplear los headset en la laptop generó problemas de uso del programa en la pc porlo que me vi obligado a dejar mi pc sin el software (aunque solo siento que perdí el indicador de nivel de batería pues la calidad del audio me parece la misma)
2.- Tras usarlos continuamente (como unas 6 horas) la parte acolchada superior, al ser más rígida que en el caso de los VOID esta comienza a molestar y terminó generándome dolor de cabeza por un momento =/ (quizá es por que soy muy cabezón =( )
Comodidad: 7/10 (porque me generaron molestias a largo plazo =/, deberían hacer una fusión entre la línea HS70 y los VOID: sería solo pasar lo acolchado del los VOID a los HS70, serían los headset ideales a mi parecer.
Sonido: 9/10 (son 7.1, no he sabido de mejor calidad para gaming =) )
Utilidad: 10/10 (emplearlos inalámbricamente es un gozo =) )
So to summarize, this headset has a few issues, and I'd have a hard time recommending it to anyone - but I do enjoy it when it's working properly.
The problems begin when you raise the volume a little above half way, there's a constant buzzing static, and every now and again at any volume, there's an inexplicable chirping or clicking noise. I avoid using it while charging, but the odd time I run it while it charges, there's a tinny humming noise. Then, regardless of battery level, it very frequently cuts out, or even more annoyingly, cuts in and out for about 20 seconds at a time. A generous estimate is that it will happen around 3 time every 4-5 hours.
I really wanted to get into wireless headsets for the freedom of moving to and fro while listening to whatever, or not having to take them off while gaming while I busy myself during downtime so I can keep chatting with friends, but I may just return to a reliable wired set for another few years and set up some small formfactor desk speakers if I want to hear anything from afar.
I'd suggest against purchasing these, as I'm not the only one to have experienced the above problems. Apparently the issues I outlined are very common for this set.