A new line of gaming headphones is arriving with new consoles, which is great news for all of us, as it ensures we now have a lot more choices when it comes to having excellent gaming audio introducing Corsair HS75.
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The HX75 XB Wireless from Corsair is basically a wireless Xbox headset, however, if you have an Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows, it works with it as well.
If you’d like a device that can perform dual tasks with your PC and Xbox Series X, the HS75 XB Wireless is an ideal choice.
How to pair your Corsair HS75 XB Wireless
It’s easily compatible with both your PC and Xbox console of choice, and it follows precisely the same process that you use for pairing controllers.
The wireless headset links via Xbox Wireless, so you can pair it with your console without even a dongle. The headset will instantly link once it’s on, whenever you switch it on.
Corsair HS75 XB Wireless review: Design
With a stainless-steel headband in a leatherette pillow and brush metal hinges, this wireless gaming headset is mainly made of metal. The ear cups are made of sturdy plastic and feel fairly substantial, honestly. The memory foam earpads, which are very big, made of leatherette. This ensures that the headset can suit most head shapes perfectly in combination with the fairly generous tilt range of the hinges.
There are a power knob and a game/chat controller dial on the left earcup. There’s a volume dial on the right of the earcup and a mic mute button. Unfortunately, there’s no 3.5mm audio jack; only Xbox devices can link to this wireless headset. It can theoretically link to your PC, but you do need an Xbox Wireless Adapter.
Corsair HS75 XB Wireless review: Comfort
Although the leatherette earcups of the Corsair HS75 XB Wireless are not gigantic, they still feel very soft and comfortable. The adjustable notches in the headband are clearly marked, so the configuration that feels most comfortable is simple to find and recall.
Corsair HS75 XB Wireless review: Performance
In line with other gaming headsets on the market, the Corsair HS75 XB Wireless provides audio quality pretty well. It sounds perfect for almost every game that you can throw at it.
The Corsair HS75 XB Wireless is a good entry into the headset line of the HS, and it mostly is doing all the stuff it ought to do very well. It sounds good, it’s comfortable, and it’s simple for using. It also performs great on a PC compared to rival products, although Bluetooth compatibility is not available.
Gaming with the Corsair HS75 XB Wireless
Gaming is pretty easy with the Corsair HS75 XB Wireless, and it’s a pretty great experience altogether. For multi-hour sessions, the headset is convenient enough, and it has the battery efficiency to back that statement up.
Corsair HS75 XB Wireless review: Features
Unless you already have an Xbox Wireless Adapter, you probably won’t listen to a lot of music except in the game, but besides that, the Corsair HS75 XB Wireless delivers well-rounded audio output. Compatibility with Dolby Atmos is the biggest selling point of the Corsair HS75 XB Wireless. You can customize the audio to your taste inside the Xbox Dolby Atmos application.
It provides three personalized presets as well as three EQ options for additional user presets. The three presets are, movie, game and music for competitive gaming, the Game Preset has a separate setting the Performance Mode, which emphasizes positional accuracy for gaming.
If you play games mostly on an Xbox and sometimes on a PC, the Corsair HS75 XB Wireless should be considered. But If you are looking for a gaming headset to offer the beautiful sound provided by Dolby Atmos, then your best option is the Corsair HS75 XB Wireless.