Corsair VOID RGB Elite Wireless Premium Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound, Carbon

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Immerse yourself in the action with the Corsair void RGB Elite wireless, with custom-tuned 50mm neodymium audio drivers delivering 7.1 surround sound on PC. Microfiber mesh fabric and memory foam earpads provide lasting comfort. Connect to your PC or PS4 with a low-latency 2.4GHz wireless…

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  • $99.99 - August 11, 2020
  • $74.78 - June 29, 2020
  • $98.52 - April 1, 2020
Since: April 1, 2020
  • Highest Price: $99.99 - August 11, 2020
  • Lowest Price: $74.78 - June 29, 2020
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Corsair VOID RGB Elite Wireless Premium Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound, Carbon
Corsair VOID RGB Elite Wireless Premium Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound, Carbon

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Price history for Corsair VOID RGB Elite Wireless Premium Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound, Carbon
Latest updates:
  • $99.99 - August 11, 2020
  • $74.78 - June 29, 2020
  • $98.52 - April 1, 2020
Since: April 1, 2020
  • Highest Price: $99.99 - August 11, 2020
  • Lowest Price: $74.78 - June 29, 2020

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3 reviews for Corsair VOID RGB Elite Wireless Premium Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound, Carbon

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  1. Lilly B

    I really wish these were more adjustable.They’re huge on me, to the point that if I lean my head forward they start slipping off.They also sit on top of my ears and push my ears down a bit, because I can’t adjust the head piece tight enough. They’re also made of aluminum, so they’re way heavier than I’m used to.The mic is also made of rubber, not hard plastic, and is bendable (to a point I’m guessing, I only bent mine a little) so that’s awesome.But it’s also kinda finicky. I have to put it down and then back up again at least twice to get it to work properly. I’m guessing this is because I can’t put it all the way down, because the headset is too big for me. But it makes the mic on noise, so I’m really not sure what the issue is.If the sound, and voice quality wasn’t so amazing, I would return them.But as it is, I’ve never had headphones that blocked out that much noise, or sounded this good. The surround sound is spot on. And from what I’m told my audio output is crystal clear when I’m talking to my team mates on discord. It also doesn’t seem to pick up ambient noise, like if I have the TV on. It does pick up my dog barking though, but he’s big and loud lol.These were definitely made more for larger guys, because they fit my husband just fine. But that can also be said for a lot of gaming stuff…I’m giving it 3 stars because there are a few issues with the design of the headset. Specifically the size, and the mic.So if you have a bigger head, and don’t want to spend $200-300 on a similar quality bigger name brand, absolutely buy them.If you have a smaller head, be prepared for issues.

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  2. A. Bagley

    Overall this is a pretty good headset for the money. The industry has come a long way in the past 5 years. Wireless headsets (especially ones that had 5.1 or -gasp- 7.1 sound) used to be two or three hundred dollars for the nice stuff. Mass production and the popularity of pc gaming these days benefits us all with cheap products.PROS:- decent sound. Unless supported by your system and soundcard these will operate as normal stereo headphones (i.e. you’re not getting surround sound, and certainly not 7.1). For me stereo (2.1) sound is fine.- build quality seems pretty high. They feel good in the hands. There appears to be a metal frame inside the band, unlike some other plastic-only headsets. Good build quality. I like the feel of them.- design aesthetic is appealing. People love colored lights on gaming hardware, and these have colored lights. They are made of black plastic. Again, fairly appealing.- software generally supports the hardware well. Installation was quick and I was able to get them working in just a few minutes. volume control, mic settings, etc. are readily available.Now to the cons- top heavy (the headband will rest on the top of your skull). I’ve owned higher end wireless gaming headsets in the past, and also owned decent OTE (over the ear) headphones, and the weight of the headset should be distributed around your entire head. These just kind of hang, there’s no ‘clamping’ tension keeping them pressed to the sides of your head. For this reason, after about 20-30 minutes they are mildly uncomfortable. This also affects the next issue:- physically does not cover the ear completely as designed. Because they have zero “clamping” tension or force, and they just kind of hang off the top of your head, the lower portion of each earcup isn’t physically touching my head below the ear. So there’s a gap. Thus, sound quality suffers because it lets in outside noise.- Out of the box, the default configuration is to commence auto-shutdown after……5 minutes. Yes I’m serious. So during the first day or two gaming with these things, I’m gaming and then suddenly I’m frantically trying to click any button with my finger after the voice tells me they’re shutting down….like Aaarrgh wtf trying not to die in a game and my headset is trying it’s best to turn off. How does that make any sense? So I hunted through the settings and there is the ability to turn this feature off or extend the time. But 5 minutes guys, by default. It’s crazy.- Corsair’s iCue software will do things you don’t ask it to do. For example, I have a H80i liquid CPU cooler. I’ve had it for like three years. Never had a complaint, operated well. The minute I installed the iCue software and started to game, my H80 fans start blowing like jet engines. I checked the device settings within the iCue software, and wouldn’t you just know it “H80i has no settings”. So am I stuck with jet-engine cpu fans now? I guess only time will tell.Given there are plenty of manufacturers out there, I’d probably not buy these if I could go back in time. I don’t recommend this headset.

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  3. G. Borrego

     Material:10 / 10; great material to the metal/Aluminum construction to the soft and breathable pad that cover the ears and head areaSound Quality:8 / 10 using the 7.1 feature , 7.5 / 10 using no process sound ; my main problem with the sound is the bass it doesn’t have the “punch” so for gaming this may not be so bad but to listen music not the best optionFeatures:7.1 : to use it you need to install the software first this came on the includes transmitterthis is not a Bluetooth headphone as far as i investigate it need a quite bulky transmitterDial to volume up and down , also this set the 7.1 when software installed (not that bad)InVoice information : hate it it is so annoying at doesn’t regulate the volume, let said you are hearing a song or watching a video on your computer i don’t why if you just doesn’t focus in the app it thinks that you are doing nothing and told the auto shut down is enable but does not shut down gladly you can deactivate this via softwareAutoMute: this i like it the mic will mute when the Mic us Up and UnMute when is downCall Quality: Great i have very clearly call using Discord, Steam Chat and Skype for businessRange: Nice Range you can jump the next room without loss signalIt charge with Micro Usb Type B,with full charge i got 13 – 14 hours of continues musicThe cable is good there is a picture a on the length attachThere is also a mediocre sound video i hope you find usefulTrue rating will be 3.5/ 5 stars but as i cant give half star and this is a good product i will set my review to 4 / 5

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