Shorty after releasing the HS60 HAPTIC (reviewed here), Corsair followed up with another gaming headset positioned within the same product family. The Corsair HS75 XB Wireless is officially licensed for Xbox Series X and Xbox One gaming consoles. I don't own either, but since this headset is also compatible with Windows PCs, I've decided to take it for a spin to check out its features and sound and microphone quality.
On the outside, the HS75 XB Wireless looks pretty much like any other gaming headset from this product family, which is a good thing, and I've already praised the design and build quality of the HS lineup in the past. This headset is wireless and entirely dependent on the Xbox Wireless Adapter integrated into all Xbox consoles. If you own a PC, the Xbox Wireless Adapter is an $25 accessory you must buy separately; Corsair doesn't bundle it with the XB75 Wireless. Other than that, the headset comes with a detachable unidirectional microphone and built-in game-chat mix control dial. It boasts with custom-tuned 50-millimeter dynamic speaker drivers, a 20-hour battery life, and excellent surround sound immersion handled by Dolby Atmos. That's not to say you need this exact headset to experience Dolby Atmos as it will work with any pair of headphones because it's handled by software. The Corsair HS75 XB Wireless is $150/€160, which is a significant step up from the $100 HS70 Pro Wireless (reviewed here), but you do get a couple of Xbox-specific extras for your money.
- 50-mm dynamic drivers (neodymium magnet)
- 32 Ω impedance
- 20-20,000 Hz frequency response (specified by the manufacturer)
- Closed-back, over-ear design
- Removable unidirectional noise-canceling microphone
- Up to 20 hours of battery life
- Dolby Atmos license
- USB-C charging port (1.9-meter charging cable supplied)
- Platform support: Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC
- Weight: 378 g