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Review: Corsair HS75 XB Wireless

by Parm Mann on 4 March 2021, 14:01

Tags: Corsair

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...lays down a solid marker for immersive audio on Xbox games consoles.

Amid an overwhelming number of gaming headsets, Corsair's HS75 XB Wireless lays down a solid marker for immersive audio on Xbox games consoles.

Well-built and less gaudy than most gaming solutions, the HS75s are comfortable to wear and deliver a core set of ingredients that offer genuine appeal to the target audience. These include immersive Dolby Atmos audio, direct Xbox Wireless connectivity, a decent noise-cancelling microphone and 20-hour battery life.

There are limitations, however. Corsair's onboard controls aren't the most intuitive, connectivity is limited to one protocol, and the £170 price tag has been brought into sharper focus by the release of Microsoft's own Xbox Wireless Headset, which includes Bluetooth for the relatively small sum of £90.

Bottom line: Corsair's HS75 XB Wireless looks the part and sounds impressive, but a few tweaks to the controls are needed to elevate this headset from good to great.

The Good
The Bad
Immersive Dolby Atmos audio
Stylish and comfortable design
No dongles required
Decent microphone
USB-C charging
Controls not the most intuitive
Limited connectivity
Pricey at £170

Corsair HS75 XB Wireless


The Corsair HS75 XB Wireless gaming headset is available to purchase from Scan Computers.


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Sennheiser PXC 550-II Wireless Headphones FTW.
Immersive Dolby Atmos audio

Does this come with a licence key included for the app?

Overall seems dead in the water in comparison to MS' own Xbox headset that is coming.