This is the comparison between the Logitech G433 and the Corsair HS60 headset. Both the headsets company are very competitive and good in the headset world. For gaming, both the headset is good and mid range level headset.
|Logitech G433||Corsair HS60|
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|Attractive design. |
PC, console and mobile compatibility.
|Good audio. |
Solid and sturdy build. Surprisingly good microphone. Plush memory foam.
|Not that comfortable. |
Middling sound quality.
Tons of cables.
Big price increase compared to the HS50.
|MODEL||LOGITECH G433||CORSAIR HS60|
|Series||Logitech Gaming Headset|
|HEADPHONES||LOGITECH G433||CORSAIR HS60|
|Headphones Form Factor||Circumaural||Full size|
|Sound Output Mode||Surround Sound||stereo|
|Frequency Response||40 – 10000 Hz||20Hz-20KHz|
|Sensitivity||107dB S.P.L. at 1KHz||111dB +/- 3dB|
|Impedance||32 ohm||32 Ohms at 1 kHz|
|Diaphragm||1.6 in||2 in|
|MICROPHONE||LOGITECH G433||CORSAIR HS60|
|Microphone Technology||electret condenser|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT||LOGITECH G433||CORSAIR HS60|
|Weight||9.12 oz||11.25 oz|
|FEATURES||LOGITECH G433||CORSAIR HS60|
|Features||DTS Headphone: X.|
PRO-G Advanced Audio driver.
Console Compatible – Every game needs great audio.
Detachable, Transformable – Detachable boom mic and swapped cables.
|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.
Expert Reviews of Logitech G433:
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While the G433’s sound is not the most robust – voices coming through it bear a slightly hollow tone – its range and directional positioning make it a passable gaming headset. Now, if only it had worked all the…
By Gadget Guy Australia
The Logitech G433 Surround Gaming Headset achieves the various aims Logitech had: it provides very good sound quality, is practical, can be used out and about and even does a respectable job on surround sound. All at a very good price.Tags gaming…
Expert Reviews of Corsair HS60:
The big question, then, must be whether the extra 25-30 USD on the HS60’s over the HS50’s, and are they cheap enough to warrant a look over the Void series? Well, to my mind, it’s a very easy ‘yes.’ Admittedly, the extra money spent on gaming…
By Gear Diary
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Although we never got our hands on the HS50 we know that it’s basically the same headset as the HS60 minus the USB 7.1 surround sound card/adapter and so we know for a fact that CORSAIR released both models as more “affordable” alternatives to their…
By LanOC Reviews
So overall what do I think of the Corsair HS60? Well, I’m really digging the classic styling, this is a lot more like the Corsair audio products that I know like their original speakers. Dropping the focus on being flashy looking and just focusing…
Where could you go wrong with this purchase? The HS60 is a nice upgrade over the HS50 “With an MSRP of just $49.99 (at the time of this review), the HS60 STEREO redefines what is possible in an entry level gaming headset by offering comfort, audio…
The design of the headset is simple and stylish and you can also use this as a regular pair of headphones. The comfort is also good enough. The sound of the mic and headset audio is also good enough for the price.
This headset has nice and stylish design. The design is not too extra things are added, it looks very ordinary and simple. The comfort is also good with the leatherette ear pads. The sound of the mic and the headset is also good.
The headset itself is available in four colors royal blue, fire red, triple black, and the limited edition camo blue and all base the same slick design aesthetic and construction quality.
The design is simple and also pretty stylish. You can also these headset as your regular headset without the mic. This headset is lightweight and you can use this one anywhere easily.
For being a more budget-friendly headset the corsair HS 60 have a really great aesthetic to them. The diamond stitching on the inside of the headband, the corsair branding on the top of the headband and then of course, you have those nice metal grills on the outside of the ear cups.
There’s two color variants the carbon version and then also there’s a white version which pretty much looks exactly the same but the diamond stitching on the inside of the headband is white and there is a little bit of a white highlight on the ear cup as well.
The fully adjustable headband has a fine matte finish while the ear cups are covered in a tactile hydrophobic stain resistant fabric. It’s weighing just 259 grams. The G433 is also comfortable to wear hour after hour and the breathable sports mesh ear pads help you keep cool. They’re also removable for easy cleaning and each headset comes with a matching set of microfiber pads. So, you can choose the finish you find most comfortable.
As far as fitting goes these are inlaid with the memory foam ear cups which fit around your ears rather than on your ears and I think this is really key to a quality headset that you have this type of fitment. So that when you’re using them for a long gaming session or maybe for productivity reasons, you don’t get that irritation on the top of your ears.
As far as the construction of the headband itself, it has a nice metal core and then it’s wrapped in those nice quality materials. The ear cups don’t fully rotate to the sides but they do have a little bit of adjustment and stretch. So, you’re able to comfortably fit the headset.
The headset comes with a 3.5 mm jack at mobile phone cable, a cable to connect to the console or PC and a USB digital sound card with DTS headphone X 7.1 surround sound support.
The headset also has the software to set the different settings of sound. You can get the sound equalizer, side tone, mic sound and also use your own presets.
Controls on the HS 60 are pretty basic. There is a volume dial as well as a mute button on the ear cup. The HS60 has a discord certified stamp on the box.
The included USB 7.1 adapter allows you to basically plug into a USB type A connector and then plug your 3.5 millimeter headset connection into that adapter. You’ll be able to recognize the headset in Corsairs cue application and make minor audio adjustments changing from either 7.1 to just stereo or making adjustments to how the audio sounds specifically.
Each headset also comes with a flexible detachable boom mic which is easy slot in and out depending on where you are which delivers superb comms clarity. The real thing for its clarity is micro pop filter and the connection cables interference shielding.
The mic sound good enough for the use in gaming, web chat with your friends, and chat with your team-mates. This mic will be goof for any casual use.
The microphone is removable on the HS60. There’s a small rubber cap that kind of covers that slot where you would plug in the mic. For me, it would have been nice if there was some type of a slide system that you could just open maybe like a little door because that small little rubber grommet works great when it’s attached but as soon as you take it off. It is something that is gonna get easily lost.
The audio of the mic does seem a little bit tinny but it is also crystal clear and doesn’t sound too like Basie or too deep. It’s just made for a really nice and clean communication.
The G433 is also just as expertly engineered on the inside with Logitech G433 owns 40 millimeter pro G audio drivers delivering clean and sharp highs and deep rich lows, regardless of individuals.
When it’s combined with the Logitech gaming software, you can even adjust the volume of each channel independently. You can also set your own presets.
Corsairs using the precision tuned 50 millimeter drivers for speakers in the headset. They seem to be pretty good quality, they’re great for gaming as far as the quality of like bass. It’s not superb bassy over the top but it has a good amount of bass.
The headset sound good enough by considering the price. You can easily hear all the sounds in gaming. The surround also works good.
Overall, the design and comfort is good and something same as like the older models. The sound of the mic and also the headset is good enough. Also, it has software to set the sound settings. So, the headset is worth the price.
The main difference between the HS50 and HS60 is going to be that USB 7.1 adapter. If you guys already picked up a set of the HS50, there’s not really any point in doing any type of trade-in or upgrade to the HS60. You’re getting exactly the same headset, you’re just getting that USB adapter. I think that they’re still worth the price. I think this is kind of just a middle ground, the quality is still really good. It still has a really great quality sound and the materials are really nice as well.