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Corsair VOID RGB Elite Wireless Premium Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound - Discord Certified - Works with PC, PS5 and PS4 - White (CA-9011202-NA)
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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
- Connect wirelessly to your PC or PS4 using low-latency 2.4GHz wireless with the included USB adapter
- 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
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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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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 ear pads provide lasting comfort Connect to your PC or PS4 with a low-latency 2.4GHz wireless connection with a range of up to 40ft and all-day battery life up to 16 hours An omnidirectional microphone with LED mute indicator ensures that you're heard with exceptional vocal clarity The void RGB Elite'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.
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- 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.
First off, I wear headphones 12-18 hours a day, 7 days a week. For work, recreation, and to help me fall asleep. I know headphones, and have a decent collection of a dozen or so.
1) HOLY DISTORTION, BATMAN! Listening to music at volumes any of my other headphones can handle (including the cheap-o $30 bluetooth units), these units produce massive amounts of distortion. I cannot believe how bad these are at volumes over 50%! Give it one tonal range to cover, and it seems to do okay, but toss in two or three (like bass guitar and a high-hat at the same time.... or, ya know, almost all music) and suddenly you can't make out what you're listening to anymore.
2) The volume roller is EXTREMELY easy to accidentally adjust. I mean, unbelievably easy. I am CONSTANTLY messing with the volume when adjusting the headphones or mic, and since it's so loose it's almost impossible to dial in "just the right" volume. Very very annoying!
3) There's no media controls on these. Why? A push-button volume button combination would easily solve the "too easy to adjust" volume, and allow media controls through long presses.
4) The ear pieces are EXTREMELY hot. I wear headphones quite a bit, but these burn my ears up in a matter of minutes, which makes me adjust or remove them temporarily. This also reiterates point #2 in that the volume knob is ALWAYS being adjusted by accident.
5) These block absolutely no out-side sound, and people often can hear what I am listening to or playing. This doesn't make sense since the ear-pads don't seem to allow ANY airflow.
6) The mic disable button turns ON a light........ What? So when your mic is on, there's no light. When you mic is OFF, such as when listening to music, hanging out, whatever, there's BRIGHT RED LED on 100% of the time....... Huh???? How does this make sense?
7) the audio volume is easily 1/3 of every other headphone I own. I crank every setting up to 100% just to be equal to 30% on any other headset... Why?
8) mic is garbage!!!! I can't imagine anyone with any sense of intelligence thinking this mic is anything other than painfully sub par. Everything either sounds tinny, or incredibly digital (like using one of those $5 voice oscillators that make you sound like a robot.
9) while the ear pads do go around your ears, the speaker mesh is too shallow and will contact your ears. This makes it unbearable by itself, but combined with every other issue.....
10) FINALLY the surround sound effect is negligable. Playing the same surround sound tests, I cannot tell a difference between regular 2.0 phones and these. At all. There's also a VERY VERY VERY specific place you HAVE to position these, or you'll only hear about 70% of what it's putting out. Unfortunately the VERY SPECIFIC spot these must be placed is absolutely HORRIBLE. You must bend and fold your ears to position them even remotely correctly.
11) I know I said 10 was the final number, but it brings me to another point. These are so uncomfortable in almost every way. After a short session your jaw will hurt, as the bottoms press right into the hinge of your jaw, your ears will hurt and be sweaty from the complete lack of ventilation (it's like putting your ears in a wool coat in July in Florida -- a swamp!)
From a company that specializes in headphones, these are full of awfully poor design choices! One of the worst overall headsets I've ever owned.
Do not recommend to anyone for any purpose!
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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The battery life is basically the 30% than my 6+ year old Corsair Vengeance headset, that was used for 6+ hours daily. This basically solved none of my problems. You can't even use the rgb because the 2 little rgb insignias actually drain the battery even worse. With rgb on, my old headset actually lasts longer.
I'm a big Corsair fan, really enjoy their products typically, but this one feels below their par.
Other than that, it is fairly comfortable and sound quality is pretty good. Microphone also seems to be v
That being said this headset IS however, very comfortable and the sound / microphone quality is just as nice as my old headset (may she rest in peace). I don't really care for lights on the headset, it's nice and all, but really not necessary IMHO, as I don't like these additional bells and whistles that suck battery life. On that subject, the battery is ok, however my old headset far outlasted this one for battery life longevity. This one will give you about 6 hours, my old logitech was 10. All in all I would cautiously recommend this headset, but hindsight being what it now is, next one will NOT be a Corsair, unless they get their act together and fix these connection issues. OH, by the way, the software kind of sucks for me as well. Too many bells and whistles. JUST KEEP IT SIMPLE!!!
Edit Nov 24, 2019. I've decided to return these. I spent 30 minutes trying to get these to work when in a Steam game, so while my buddy's playing and waiting I'm fiddling around with settings. 30 minutes is too much. It's not just in Steam, for some reason (on occasion), the headset freezes up my windows media player to the point where it just simply won't play music. This whole experience actually made me do a fresh Windows 7 install, and the problem is still there. The frustration of the constant fiddling around to get them to do what I want simply, is too much for me. Therefore I cannot really recommend these, unless of course you don't mind fiddling around with settings 99% of the time. I'm reducing my rating from 3 to 2
Turns out i was able to just swap them. Thank goodness. I prefer the old foam as it was more open backed. less seal which is all just preference.
Upgraded from the first edition of these headphones.
Pros: Light on the mic is much clearer.
Automutes on up/down motion.
Cons: The foam that they use in this version provides more of a seal.
The fabric is very Crinkly when you move your head around.
The foam squishes a lot which results in ear slightly touching inside. (previous version didnt have this problem.)
Mic is too flexible/rippable.
my previous headset had the mic rip off after 1.5 years. lived another 3-4 months with tape/glue. Only reason I upgraded is the battery life sucks.
Sound Quality - More than adequate for my needs as a gamer. I'm told voice transmission sounds great.
Solid Microphone boom(with lift to mute) - Feels solid, interior design looks more durable than the headset I bought this to replace, an Astro A50(because their mic design literally tears itself apart over extended usage)
Comfortable Cups - They're surprisingly comfortable, but the shape takes some getting used to.
Rotating Cups - another feature my busted A50 had, you can rotate the cups 90 degrees to hang them on your neck and lay the cups on your shoulders.
Muffling - While this is a feature aswell, some may find it a con, it muffles most exterior sounds which can reduce your ability to hear things around you considerably.
Also the Rotating Cups - This one gets listed as a Con aswell because they rotate INWARD( as opposed to the A50s, which widened when you rotated the cups), maybe I just have a big neck, but the front edge of the cups angle down to press against the sides of my throat when these are resting on my shoulders.
THE LIGHTS! - I have no idea why everything these days needs vanity LEDs, but wow are these bright and they don't seem to like to save my settings in the corsair application. I feel kind of like an emergency vehicle when I walk around my house at night because they will light up a room with strobing colours.
Sound Bleed - Weird that it muffles exterior sounds so well, yet even at very low settings these seem to be clearly audible to people around you. Not useful for privacy, if that's a concern. At medium sound settings the microphone can even pick up some of the more intense outputs, according to people on voice comms. Combine with above con regarding lighting and play siren sounds when you walk around the house with these I guess for comedic effect?
Connection issues at end of range - If you frequently walk out of range of your headset, or behind refrigerators or other dense, metal objects, you may find that you have to reboot it a couple of times for it to reconnect to its tranciever when walking back in range/Line of sight.
Bottom line: Lots of weird/annoying cons, but for the price you won't find a more comfortable or solid headset. A good choice if you don't feel like shelling out $400 for a pair of Astro A50s and can live without dual channel balance.