This is the comparison between the Corsair HS60 and the HS60 Pro hedaests and difference between them. Both are almost the same one but there are some differences and the HS60 Pro is the upgraded version of the HS60. Check out which one better to use.
|Corsair HS60||Corsair HS60 Pro|
|BUY NOW||BUY NOW|
|Good audio. |
Solid and sturdy build.
Surprisingly good microphone.
Plush memory foam.
|Great construction materials.|
Won’t budge once it’s on.
Solid audio quality.
Big price increase compared to the HS50.
|Many similar Corsair models are at this price. |
Virtual surround still isn’t a selling point.
May be too snug for larger heads.
|MODEL||CORSAIR HS60||CORSAIR HS60 PRO|
|Model||HS60||HS60 PRO SURROUND|
|HEADPHONES||CORSAIR HS60||CORSAIR HS60 PRO|
|Headphones Form Factor||Full size||Full size|
|Sound Output Mode||stereo|
|Sensitivity||111dB +/- 3dB||111dB (+/- 3dB)|
|Impedance||32 ohm||32 ohm @ 1KHz|
|Diaphragm||2 in||2 in|
|MICROPHONE||CORSAIR HS60||CORSAIR HS60 PRO|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT||CORSAIR HS60||CORSAIR HS60 PRO|
|Width||6.3 in||6.3 in|
|Depth||3.9 in||3.9 in|
|Height||8.1 in||8.1 in|
|Weight||11.25 oz||11.25 oz|
|FEATURES||CORSAIR HS60||CORSAIR HS60 PRO|
|Features||Ultimate Comfort: Plush memory foam and adjustable ear cups provide exceptional comfort.|
Premium Build Quality: Legendary CORSAIR build quality featuring rugged metal structural components ensure long term durability.
Precision Gaming Audio: Specially tuned 50mm neodymium speaker drivers bring superior sound quality with wide range and accuracy.
Crystal Clear Microphone: Optimized unidirectional microphone reduces ambient noise for enhanced voice quality and is easily detached for use on the go.
Epic Surround Sound: The included USB adapter unlocks virtual 7.1 surround sound on PC delivering immersive multi-channel positional audio that puts you in the middle of the action.
On-Ear Control: Easy access on ear volume and mute controls for adjustments on the fly. Multi-Platform.
Compatibility: Use on PC, Xbox One*, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.
Discord Certified: Play with the confidence that your microphone and audio drivers have been tested and evaluated for crystal clear communication and outstanding sound.
CUE Control: CORSAIR Utility Engine (CUE) software gives you full control over your headset’s features through an intuitive and simple to use interface.
|Crafted for Comfort: Adjustable ear cups fitted with plush memory foam provide exceptional comfort for hours of gameplay.|
Superb Sound Quality: High-quality, custom-tuned 50mm neodymium audio drivers deliver the range to hear everything you need to on the battlefield.
Immersive 7.1 Surround Sound: Create a multi-channel audio experience on PC that puts you right in the middle of your game.
Noise-Cancelling Unidirectional Microphone: A fully detachable microphone reduces ambient noise for excellent voice clarity.
Multi-Platform Compatible*: Play on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and mobile devices via a gold-plated 3.5mm connector.
Lightweight and Durable: The HS60 PRO’s lightweight and durable construction, with aluminum yokes and a braided audio cable, give it years of longevity.
On-Ear Volume and Mute Controls: On-ear volume and mute controls enable on-the-fly adjustments without distracting you from your game.
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The design of the headset and the comfort is good and stylish and also very simple. The functions and features and the rest of everything is good enough for the price. The sound of the headset is also pretty good but the mic is not that much nice.
Corsair HS60 Pro
The design and the comfort of the headset is not very different from the HS60 headset but it has little bit difference. I think the HS60 Pro is way better. The sound is also good enough.
I like about these headsets, they are strictly just straight-up black headset, there’s no RGB lighting on it. I don’t like anything flashy in the headset. It looks really nice.
Corsair HS60 Pro
This headset is actually very well built. Considering the price point, it comes with this metal yoke that keeps the ear cups in and it just feels nice and solid. The rest of the construction is a mixture of plastic and pleather but it’s high-quality plastic and pleather.
The headphones actually look very nice, they’re very well designed and they seem quite premium for what they are.
Now, the comfort is so good like I could have these on my ears for so long for comfort that they are so good like I don’t have any ear fatigue, no sweating in my ears at all. It doesn’t squeeze on top of my head but the headband at all just sits nice and comfortable. So, you can use these for really long periods of times like I’ve played like games for hours and this headset doesn’t hurt my head.
They are super comfortable and they look really good too just plain black. They are over the ear headphones or headsets, so it will be comfortable around your ears.
Corsair HS60 Pro
On the actual headband, there is pleather with the Corsair logo and underneath it’s got stitched pleather padding which is fairly firm but it’s still very comfortable. The earpads are also pleather but they’ve got memory foam in and they’ve actually got quite a good depth to them. So, it means that when you put them on that actually your ears don’t touch the driver and they’re actually very comfortable.
They have a decent clamping force and it does mean that they push down on your glasses a little bit if you are a glasses wearer but honestly it takes like four or five hours for that to become properly fatiguing. I didn’t have any kind of overheating issues around my ears.
Out of the box, you get the headset itself. The headset is with the leather ear pads and it looks nice. You also get the 7.1 virtual surround sound USB dongle. On the left side of the ear cups, you’ll have all your controls. You got the scroll wheel for volume up and down, you also got the mic button to mute it or to unmute it and you got your microphone input where you can take it out in and out. The only drawback of that is it also has a cover on it which you can easily lose. You also have your long cable to use which is long enough. You can use this on PC, Xbox One, PS4, Switch, so you have a different kind of ways you can use.
Now, when you’re using this on PC though they do have the cue software, the IQ software that you can use to turn on your mic. You can also use it to turn on your surround sound, use the equalizer that they have on there to actually change bass, treble or anything that you want is down more clearly. I personally don’t use it though that much but then again, if you want that you can do.
Corsair HS60 Pro
This is a wired headset that is fairly well built and I actually think is quite a good option in that price category. I think they come very well packaged and it is quite a nice initial presentation of the headphones.
It does have a volume wheel on the back which I didn’t find very useful because it’s quite far to move from the keyboard to your headset and then back to your keyboard. So, while gaming that’s not the best move but it is there if you like that kind of thing. It also has a mute button for the actual microphone.
Now, the cable is braided and it feels quite nice. However, it’s not detachable which really does feel like a point of failure to me and I think they should have differentiated the pro model from the non-pro model with a detachable cable. I think that would have been great. Although, it does have a two-year warranty, so if something does go wrong with this Corsair would help you out with that and then it also has a detachable microphone.
The microphone itself is quite flexible, it means it’s easy to put where you want it. However, it doesn’t have that kind of lift to mute function. now with the actual cable, it is quite a nice feeling and then it’s also got the silicon little cable tie thing which is useful. It terminates to a 3.5-millimeter jack and then it also comes with like a USB soundcard thing. I really like the fact that they didn’t make it just purely USB that they give you the jack as an option.
Although, I do want to point out that you need that USB sound card for this to function as a headset. I couldn’t get the microphone working with headphones just using the 3.5-millimeter jack and then another function that the little sound card adds is virtual 7.1 surround sound.
As far as software features go, when you have IQ installed, you don’t have a huge amount of options. You basically just get to switch between stereo and 7.1 virtualization and there’s also like an EQ function. The actual drivers in this headset are 250-millimeter stereo drivers, I’m really glad that they didn’t do that like a bunch of small surround sound drivers.
The mic is detachable from the headset and it has mic mute button on the headset itself. The sound of the mic is neither good nor bad, I mean it is in between. The mic sounds decent and also we can’t expect at the high-level mic in the gaming headset and in this price range. The good thing is that the mic is detachable and you can use it without mic and this feature will be useful.
Corsair HS60 Pro
The mic sounds very thin, there’s no bass in my voice. However, in this price range, I don’t know of one that has a good microphone and it is functional like your teammates are gonna be able to understand what you’re saying. Although I wouldn’t really recommend streaming with this. This is not gonna be best for like streaming. You shouldn’t be using the microphone on a headset the stream with anyway.
The sound doesn’t lead out of these, so other people like around you can’t hear what you’re playing. For example, if you’re playing a video game really super loud, it’ll obviously bleed out. Also, if you’re listening to any music or watching any movies or anything like that as well, it will play out the sound no matter how much your volume that you have. So, that’s another thing that you want to consider when getting these two at the same time too. Sound does bleed out of these but they are super comfortable.
The surround sounds are really good. The overall sound of the headset is good. So, I really like that a sound is really good. When playing just regular console games too as well, it sounds really good on just regular stereo settings and since obviously the 7.1 surround sound can only be used for the PC. The surround sound is really good, you can still hear all of the gameplay that you’re doing enemies shooting, shooting around you, your friends talking, and stuff like that. It sounds really clear, you have no distortions.
There has been like a couple of times where I’m playing where the music or the gameplay does sound way greater than the actual voice chats that I’m having with my friends. So, sometimes I would have to dive into the settings and adjust those things but those are just little minor things. They sound super clear, super vibrant, super great.
Now with the PC it’s a lot different. When you have the 7.1 surround sound, it sounds so good like you’re kind of immersed in the game. You can hear enemies like around you, you can figure out where enemies shooting, so it sounds way better. I use it on the PC, majority of the time just to get the 7.1 surround sound but I also play on the ps4 and things like that, so it still works out.
Corsair HS60 Pro
Everybody prefers different sound signatures and people hear differently. So, I do recommend if you are very interested in this headset, try once before you buy them. Corsair is a huge brand and a lot of people stock them, so you should be able to find a demo pair somewhere. They sound a lot better than I thought they were going to.
As far as a gaming headset goes, they sound really good for gaming. They’ve got a nice wide soundstage even in stereo mode. So, it means that you can easily place people in relation to where you are which makes it very good for counter-strike go and apex and PUBG and that kind of thing. It does have a fairly weighty sound as well. So, it can really reproduce proper explosions which make them really immersive for gaming. I would definitely recommend using this headset in stereo mode as opposed to the kind of virtual 7.1 surround sound mode. The surround sound modes sound way too thin and artificially spread out in my opinion. The normal stereo mode just sounds more realistic and it still has a very good soundstage with good positioning.
As far as the treble on these headphones, they’ve got a decent treble reproduction and it’s not too bright which means that it doesn’t become fatiguing over time. Now, when it comes to listening to music and watching movies just like general media consumption on this headset, it’s pretty good like it’s not amazing and it really isn’t gonna blow your mind but it’s much better than I thought it was gonna be.
WHICH TO BUY?
In this competition, I will recommend the HS60 Pro by considering the price and its upgraded version. Both the headset’s price is almost the same. There is some difference in between them and as per that I think the HS60 Pro is better than the HS60 headset.