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Corsair Void RGB Elite USB Premium Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound, Carbon
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- Hear everything from the lightest footstep to the most thundering explosion thanks to premium, custom-tuned 50mm high-density neodymium Audio drivers with an expanded frequency range of 20hz-30, 000Hz.
- Constructed for enduring comfort through long gaming sessions with breathable microfiber mesh fabric and plush memory foam earpads.
- An omnidirectional microphone picks up your voice with exceptional clarity, with a flip-up mute function and a built-in LED mute indicator.
- Built to last through years of gaming with durable construction and aluminum Yokes.
- Immerse yourself in 7. 1 surround sound on PC, creating a multi-channel Audio experience that puts you right in the middle of your game.
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Immerse yourself in the action with the CORSAIR VOID RGB ELITE USB, equipped with custom-tuned 50mm neodymium audio drivers delivering 7.1 surround sound on PC. Microfiber mesh fabric and memory foam earpads provide lasting comfort. An omnidirectional microphone with LED mute indicator ensures that you’re heard with exceptional vocal clarity, thoroughly tested and Discord-certified for clear communication and outstanding sound. The VOID RGB ELITE USB’s distinctive design and durable construction are complemented by fully customizable RGB lighting on each ear cup. Powerful CORSAIR iCUE software ties everything together, enabling full control over equalizer settings, 7.1 surround sound, RGB lighting and more.
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Hear everything in 7.1 surround sound from the lightest footstep to the most thundering explosion thanks to premium, custom-tuned 50mm high-density neodymium audio drivers with an expanded frequency range of 20Hz-30,000Hz.
Constructed for enduring comfort through long gaming sessions with breathable microfiber mesh fabric and plush memory foam earpads.
PREPARE FOR BATTLE
Durable Construction with Aluminum Yokes built to last through years of gaming.
ON-EAR VOLUME AND MUTE
Make on-the-fly adjustments without distracting you from your game.
Picks up your voice with exceptional clarity, with a convenient flip-up mute function.
DYNAMIC RGB LIGHTING
Customize your look with RGB lighting on each ear cup allowing for a near limitless array of colors and effects.
CALL THE SHOTS
iCUE software enables precise control over your headset, with pre-tuned audio profiles, custom equalizer settings, immersive 7.1 surround sound, and sidetone control. Customize your RGB lighting.
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I was devastated and confused because all I did was flip the mic down and it was like the cheap plastic keeping the mic attached crumbled (The mic still worked, it was was just hanging lifelessly). I told myself it's okay, you have a warranty, you bought the insurance (don't buy the insurance btw, they will do nothing for you, they will ignore every message, they don't care about you).
I contacted Corsair directly and they said: "Okay, we will send you a new pair." I was happy. I get the new pair, they're working great. I treat this pair like the fine china they apparently are. A couple of months pass and disaster strikes again. The cord on these is very long, extremely long, unnecessarily long. The cord twists incessantly, it's annoying.
One day I notice there's a slight tear in the cord, which I assume is from the stress of the cord always being twisted around. The mic is now having a hard time, my voice is always cutting out. The slightest jostle is enough to cause the sound to not work. Having to hear the computer woman say "Mic On" 20,000 times a day whenever I have to manipulate the headphones into working is the most annoying thing about this experience.
Speaking of the computer woman, the Corsair app or program (whatever) is such a joke. Half the time the program won't open and keep your settings but I could deal with it if the headphones could spend 1 (1) week intact. I'm not bothering to send Corsair another email. I'm not going to spend more money to send these headphones back just so they can send me another pair that will break in a month? No thanks.
Don't buy these PLEASE. At least get wireless ones or ones where you can actually replace the cord if something goes wrong with it, trust me.
I tested the mic out on that game and my brother said it sounded more clear than my last pair, which were Turtle Beach P11, and he said it sounded like thats all he could hear was me and no noise in the background.
The headset is very comfortable as well and blocks out sounds around you very well. Some people reported the headset being too loose, but unless you are turning your head fast enough to get whiplash, rocking out to head banging metal music or have the head the size of a peanut this is not a problem at all. I would say though because the memory foam is so good at keeping sound out, it does take a bit of getting used to talking into the mic. What I mean by that is it gives you the feeling as if you need to talk louder cause you can't hear yourself talk, but when gaming you usually stop thinking about it and talk at normal volume anyways.
Long story short this is a great headset to buy and handily beats any "gaming" headsets on the market. I have owned Turtle Beach in the past and Razer gaming headsets and these have beaten them all handily.
The only real negative on this headset is it tends to beep a lot when you're not playing music through it if you're on an unsupported operating system. I plugged it in to my Pixel 2 with a USB C adapter to make a call and it was really crisp and clear, as always, but the beeping was very annoying. I would recommend only using this headset with a supported OS. I'm weird, I know.
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But lets be honest, not many people are going to do that with it. This is a gaming headset mean't for playing games, and no one is going to play a game while throwing their head around.
This is one of the most comfortable headsets I've ever worn. Because of my glasses, headsets start hurting my head as they push my glasses into the skin too hard, roughly after 3-4 hours of wear, but this one cups over my ears perfectly and BECAUSE of the fact that it doesn't press too hard. That problem I had originally is gone and i'm able to wear them all day. I've gone 2 weeks only wearing these headsets at the computer to test them out, and they are amazing.
If you need glasses, and you have the same problem as me where after long periods of time headsets start hurting because of your glasses, then these solve that problem.
I have an average + head size and therefore didn't suffer with slippage. If you have a small head as there is no tighten adjustment then you might well find that these could slip.
Sound quality wise I think they reflect the price, sure you can get better but only for significantly more pennies and then we aren't talking like for like. As a general everyday headset the quality is great, especially for gaming which its designed for. Dolby 7.1 doesn't work with every game but to be fair I found it worked great with most games. However that's subjective to my ears and not yours so you will have to experiment. Overall would I buy these again yes - top product for a sensible price.
All of my peripherals are Corsair. So when I was looking to buy a new headset, I figured I'd buy a brand I love.
It was even better that an updated version of the Void was just released a few weeks ago.
I unboxed and tried on the headset. I was impressed by the quality and comfortable fit. The sound is exactly what I'd expect from a product at this price.
Then I tried the microphone...
With a claim of Discord Certified, the mic should be nice and clear. My voice was barely picked up by Windows or any of the 5 voice chats applications I use, including Discord. I tweaked Windows settings and reinstalled drivers/ iCue software as per Corsair Support pages for more than 24 hours. I basically had to eat the mic to be heard at a whisper.
I have 2 SteelSeries headsets and even a Cisco Jabber headset from work that function perfectly well with my system.
A quick Google search for "corsair mic too low" returns 1 million results from as early as 2015.
This is a known issue that requires an open-source 3rd party application to resolve.
I am returning this headset for a refund. Time to find a 3rd SteelSeries...