Corsair’s newest HS60 Haptic takes the vibrations from online game controllers and places them in a somewhat odd place: your head.
The brand new HS60 Haptic headset, attainable due to bass processing by means of Taction Technology, makes use of a sort of rumble that you simply may expertise throughout a very gnarly in-game explosion or whereas gunning down enemies in a Call of Duty recreation.
“Listening to the deep, low rumble of explosions or the reverberating hum of close by equipment is a richer, extra participating expertise with the HS60 Haptic,” Corsair says of its headset.
When the headset is positioned in your head, you will really feel rumbling sensations due to the tactile transducers from Taction positioned on the HS60’s earcups. The producer describes them as “200 kilos of subwoofer in a 1-ounce module,” so it appears they pack a punch, relying on what you are listening to.
So whether or not you are zipping across the race observe or in search of out a Victory Royale in Fortnite, the HS60 is supposed to generate a modicum of tactile suggestions triggered by actions connected to low-end frequencies. This may very well be bass-heavy music, an explosion, or something that dips into the decrease, bassy spectrum in your ears. Corsair notes that that is meant to assist wearers “understand sounds whereas gaming that different headsets miss.”
Along with this intriguing utilization of haptic suggestions, the HS60 headset additionally features a pair of customized 50mm neodymium drivers, a braided cable, adjustable reminiscence foam earcups, a noise-cancelling microphone, and a horny exterior. Do not count on wi-fi efficiency or RGB lighting, however for the value, its gimmickry and audio specs needs to be sufficient to get audiophiles serious about no less than taking the HS60 for a spin.
You’ll be able to decide up the headset via Corsair for $129.99 proper now.