Not only will these headphones pierce your ears, but rather they feature haptic motors produced by Taction Technology with low noise; In other words, it is as if there were 2.1 headphones with a built-in subwoofer, something on the headphones near the ears that greatly enhances the immersion feeling, creating a much stronger and deeper sound, especially as seen on the floor sounds.
Corsair HS60 Haptic technology features
|Corsair HS60 Haptic|
|Headphone jack||Circular cerrado|
|Diadem type||Adjustable adjustable|
|Type of Earmuffs||Synthetic leather|
|Connection||It has a cable, USB|
|Standard answer||20 Hz – 20 KHz|
|Sensitivity||111dB (+/- 3dB)|
|Impedance||32k Ohms @ 1 kHz|
|Frequency response (microphone)||100 Hz – 10 KHz|
|Sensitivity (microphone)||-40dB (+/- 3dB)|
|Controls||No, for software only|
In terms of technical specifications, the HS60 Haptic is “standard” to play headset, with a frequency response of 20 Hz – 20 KHz standard and in this case only with stereo sound, other than ambient sound, something unusual given that they have a digital USB connection and not analog with minijack.
Another oddity is that Corsair did not provide controls on their headphones or cable, and this will only be available with software, the Corsair CUE, to take advantage of the fact that the Haptic HS60 connectivity is via USB. They have control, in the ear itself, of the volume and intensity of the haptic motor.
Fortunately, the microphone is removed with a small USB connector. It has a unidirectional pattern and has noise erase, with an impedance of 2000 Ohms, so in this case we can say that the microphone has better features than the headphones themselves, frankly.
For one thing, the only thing that really stands out about these sports headphones is, of course, the haptic motors that they attach to each ear. With this the low-pitched sounds become more intense and deep, making explosions, jumping and shooting sound better than ever. According to Corsair, this is most noticeable at low (between 20 and 40 Hz) and medium frequency (40 to 80 Hz), where the haptic engine makes a real difference.
In terms of design, these headphones benefit exactly the same as the rest of Corsair’s HS headphones, which include a closed radio design with synthetic leather earrings that separate the external immersion sound, as well as the head system. it is prepared by hand by wrapping it over comfort even if it is used for long hours at a time.
Price and availability
The Corsair HS60 Haptic can now be purchased through the Corsair website as well as a product network of stores and general distributors, such as Amazon, where they are already available. The recommended price is $129 and it is the same price they have sold, although as usual it may not take long to see the initial offer at a fixed price.