Video Review on the Corsair HS60 Headphones ~Beyond A Gaming Headphone

Video Review on the Corsair HS60 Headphones ~Beyond A Gaming Headphone


I love these Corsair HS60 Headphones. I’m personally someone who hates buds. They never feel comfortable and they tend
to hurt my ears after a while and when I’m editing for several hours I need something
that’s going to be comfortable and these are comfy! There’s lots of cushion on the top and on
the sides for the ears. But not too much where it makes my ears hot. There’s also audio adjustments here right
on the headphones, and you can also use this adaptor to plug your headphones into your
computer and using the Corsair IQ App you can adjust the lows, mids, highs and enable
it for 7.1 surround sound. You can also plug in this microphone so you
have a microphone speaker right in your headphones. However the sound is a bit weak for the most
part and I’m also using these just for editing so I personally don’t use this piece, I don’t
need this extra little bit in my face. But as you can see it just plugs in right
there. Also on the back where that audio adjustment
is a mute button. So if you were going to be using this speaker
and the headphones, then you’d be able to just mute it whenever you need to have it
muted. Keep in mind that this little rubber piece
covering the microphone jack does come completely off. I almost wish it hung on there like a lot
of camera jack covers do because I would totally lose this if I regularly plugged in this cord
and this speaker. And speaking of cords, this cord for the actual
headphones is of a decent length. I don’t feel like it’s too short where I’m
feeling too tight, it also doesn’t feel too long where I’m wrangling a lot of cords. I do wish it was detachable though so that
way if it did get damaged then I could just replace this cord versus replacing the entire
headphone set, however there is a 2 year warranty so if I did experience any issues the warranty
would hopefully take care of it. In all I’m extremely happy with these headphones. They are mostly used for gaming however I
use them for video editing and video watching. If you want to get your own pair please check
out the link in the description below and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate
to leave them in the comments below. Till next week, stay engaging!

Danny Hutson

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