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Corsair Void Wireless Dolby 7.1 RGB

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  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    I have had my couple for 12 months
    Gave 1500 for mine

    + The headphones perform very well even without CUE and on mac or console
    Battery +
    + Quality
    + Extremely good sound
    + Good fit
    + Stylish RGB with strong lamps
    + price

    -Buggigt CUE had to reinstall the computer
    -You bluetooth so you can only use on computer, game console etc
    -CUE is only available for PC

    Good headphones recommended but hope that CUE will be better.
  • Terrible
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    funkat ok, poor battery life, and stopped working right after 11 months. Do not charge, tested several different cables.

    never more corsair.
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    The most comfortable headset I've ever worn. Not too tight. Not too loose. Even though they are heavy to hold (due to the premium materials used), you can almost forget you're wearing them.
    Corsair CUE software is good.
    Nice Bass.
    Windows detects them as a 7.1 Surround playback device so games can send 7.1 surround channels to the dongle which then creates Dolby virtual surround which sounds very good.
    Can assign specific settings to specific games and programs.
  • Decent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    + Ok comfort.
    + Ok sound quality to be wireless.
    + Good price.
    + Good build quality.

    -Blir Little warm during long sessions

    I gave about 800 of my September 2016

    Is not directly a few bigger things to complain about in terms of this headset, while there is also nothing that is super good with it.

    If you select between a wired gaming headset, and this will drive definitely on the wireless!
    Select contrast between eg an Audio-Technica ATH m50x and a corsair void so run the m50x though it is wired with separate mic.
    A gaming headset does not beat a couple of real kids simply.
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Kids are cruel personally if you like or not.
    These fit like a j ** la smack on the head!

    Be very skeptical of the design of the headband and the choice of material for the cushions, but they probably e f * n most comfortable headphones I've tried.

    7.1? Well, more like 4.1 / 2 .. but if you want to get real "surraaond" must buy fooling with more elements. Kids with a will never give the same experience. But these are so when you come. Or so I'm just picky. =)

    Well then. Good sound, good battery life, Cool Range (if you have very long arms and sits 10 m from the computer), monkey cool lights #lmao shame that miccen not going to take off.
  • Poor
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Bought them for 1-2 months ago and it roars / buzzing in the right högtalarn. They just happened to touch my keyboard a bit wtf breaks kind when you hold in them.

    Upate The problem disappeared after a while
  • Poor
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Having used my 5 days now and do not like it. Coming from a H2100 who sit a lot better and is more comfortable.

    I come from only a Vengeance 2000 I after a few years switched to H2100. Now I bought this to replace me up again when it passed a few years. Unfortunately headset worst purchase I ever made. They are made to sit far forward on the head and once they sit there, they are good. The problem is that the sliding of the right all the time.

    No, I return to my H2100 and put it in the box.
  • Barely acceptable
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Now I have taken this headset in 4 months.

    It took a while to get used to them in the beginning when the construction is so far up on
    head. I do not think their design of these headphones fit all. Micken right
    low and many friends complain that it is hard to hear. Mick has a light to indicate that it is on, but in principle, impossible to see. Battery life was good at first, but now in recent times it has become worse. Instead of charging after 2 days I now charge each night. The headset freezes and bugs in the software in the beginning. After updates of the appeal lies firmware, this will be better. Sorroundljudet is just a gimmick that sounds hopeless.

    In the beginning it was possible to set up such a voice warning that the battery is running low,
    it does not work anymore without headphones closed only by the middle of the game. To reinstall the software did not help. Otherwise, I think the wireless works well. Lying and stare at the television through your computer with a loud sound or listen to music while you are cooking and playing and talking with his friends at the same time is beautiful without wires.

    + Wireless gives more freedom
    + The fit is ok, after several hours, it may wane a bit over the ears
    + Range is ok as long as there is more than one wall in between and up to 10 meters away
    + Jumper is part of the metal which helps to keep the most likely better.

    - Battery life is getting worse rather quickly
    - Lights that shine and similar pull down the battery life considerably so this has never
    - Buggy software from Corsair and updating is required right of appeal lies firmware
    - Mick is poor and heard by others very low this after it is maximum in the windows / Curse / Skype
    - The bracket can be changed more or less depending on the size of your head but the problem is that the tracks are too poor and the setting does not stick allowing headphones sits loosely on the head and may fall off.
  • Excellent
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Would turn to a pair of wireless headphones for the first time. Stood between them and g933.
    I bought these after I found no direct negative with them and they are cheaper
    From personal experience, now I find not a negative thing.
    tubes me free in the apartment without sound interruption.
    -vännerna hear me very attractive
    The sound fits for the most part, however, after the EQ tweaks
    -batteritiden is good in my opinion, tend to sit around 4 hours per session, sometimes longer, and usually download them after 3rd session. (No lights on)
    -good construction quality even if the mute button on the left hook rattles if I shake the headset

    That said you will get in negative at all, not yet anyway, after 3 months
  • Very good
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Bought it about a week ago and love it!
    Really beautiful kids, good software and really nice battery time.
    Had a couple G930 before but they Paja so struck with them here and am really pleased. The connection kit works well, easy willow is a bit worse than the G930, but take me atleast around 10 meters from the transmitter. Biggest drawbacks I noticed is that it is quite loose and can easily fall off when I bow down and to "mute" light at the mic is totally weird, you can not see it when you are wearing the headset. Otherwise, it feels like a rugged headset with good sound quality.

    + Magic battery
    + Extremely Comfortable
    + Fast connection
    + Good software
    + Cool Design

    Headset is a little loose
    -Mic lamp
  • Good
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    I have now had these kids for about 3 months and used them in some different situations.

    Overall, I think clear that these kids are performing really well in a home environment, unfortunately, can not say the same about the larger LAN parties where I tested these during DreamHack, there are simply too many other devices that use the same frequency and disturbs during use.

    I've also tested these on both PC and Mac and it works fine on both platforms, even despite the fact that Corsair has only software for the PC side.

    The software is needed, however, on PC (at least in my case), but on the Mac jumped all started right after selecting the wireless dongle in the Speakers menu ...

    The materials Corsair has chosen to use both plastic and metal. Despite the plastic so is the feeling of quality high and the headset feels solid.

    + Good sound in games, movies and music
    + Unique design
    + Good audio recording of the microphone
    + Good range of wireless transmission.
    + Good angle of microphone boom.

    - Can not be used as "wired" laddsladden headset plugged in to the computer.
    - Sitting little too loosely on the head

    Overall this is a good wireless headset with a really good range, could not move around freely in the apartment and out on the balcony with no problem, then with a concrete and drywall between the computer and me.
    But for me, you lose the little that one can not use the Corsair Void as a wired headset, then it means that you need to have two different headsets depending on whether you are sitting at home or at Lan ...

    So my advice is that you think through how you want to use your headset, but if you want a wireless to avoid cables at home so this is a really good choice.

    // ByBl00m
  • Very good
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Had the void: late now for about 3 months, the previously run V2100.

    Void is really comfortable and Trock little early as the lurking anywhere. The design is a little different, which is a plus for me, they look really acrimonious out =)
    Mic: one is really good and plus it is a small LED that indicates if MIC is a mutead or not.
    And then you see a little more of aluminum in handsets than previously lurking from Corsair causing a more robust and well made sense on headphones in everything.

    The base may seem a bit high compared to other kids, but like fairly good base, it's perfect, not as loud and messy, such as the Razer Kraken.


    As gaming-oriented headphones so they sweep the carpet with most competitors in the market such as Siberia and the Kraken. But falls a little short against QPAD-QH90, but if you want more bass than what's on QPADs lurking, so I would recommend them.

    - Comfortable and light
    - Good microphone in the gaming range
    - Stylish design
    - Good price
    - Mute button and volume control on the headphones

    - The base is too high sometimes
    - Tygkuddar
  • Very good
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Have used Corsair Void Wireless now for about a week and are overall very positive about this headset.

    + Looks good.
    + It sits nicely on my head. Very adjustable.
    + Collapsible microphone.
    + Feels sturdy although most of it is plastic.
    + Well balanced sound with a little keyed up base. (More beautiful music according to me)
    + Approved Range. Can take me around in my big one without losing contact.
    + Microphone is offset by better segment when it comes to the "Gaming Headset" .Låter clearly Skype / TS and not capture as much background noise.
    + The battery is kept as promised in my headphones. Sat in a longer play session for 14 hours without having to recharge the battery.
    + Nice with volume control and mute button directly on the headset so you do not have the trailing box around the legs.

    -Öronkopparna Is made in fabric and not leather, which is not to my taste.

    End-wise, I can recommend this to anyone who really must have a wireless headset with much features and great quality for the price.
  • Excellent
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    I got home my Void Wireless other day, previously held Logitech wireless and Corsair V2100.

    Void is much more comfortable on your head, do not push as hard as could have me them very long. In the beginning they were a little strange when they are a little unusual design of the headphones, you have to have the headband quite far forward on the head, but when you have the so-seated caps perfect.

    Build The quality of the headphones feel completely okay with the arms that hold the covers are made of aluminum which makes them feels quite robust.

    I have not had any major problems with the microphone again, I charge home software from Corsair, you can of course where to set the bit for the microphone, and then there's a perfectly fine where EQ plus a host of settings for the RGB lighting. However, I have a little hard to see the LEDs on the so-called InfoMIC, however, they were no function I is directly dependent on either.

    + Comfort.
    + Good sound quality to be wireless.
    + Good price.
    + Good build quality.

    - Difficult to see LEDs on InfoMIC.
  • Barely acceptable
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    This is my first wireless headset after having grown tired of looseness in the cables and connectors on too many corded headsets through the years.

    The sound is OK, but neither better nor worse than other corded headset I have used, such as the Asus Vulcan Pro or Logitech G35. I Uses the them to both gaming, music and movies, and the all-round headphones so they are completely approved.

    Unfortunately, the sound of the microphone is not good at all. The voice loses depth and sounds rather hollow, but if you do not care how it sounds, so I feel that the quality is sufficient for communication in gaming.

    As for the fit, so Corsair says that they tried to adjust and tilt the covers for the ear usually looks, but unfortunately they have failed miserably. The adjustment of the shackle size is not in the length of the head (normally on headsets and headphones), but relatively obliquely from the head. The result is that the caps tilted completely wrong in relation to the shape of the head. In me squeeze earcup top of the head while I have the gap between the lower and the head. Earcup bracket does not allow the tilted sufficiently to compensate. Despite earcup slant "according to the ear looks" so are the covers for small and uncomfortable. After extended use, I get pain in the ears.

    Battery life has far exceeded expectations and I have not come close to discharge them on the day of use. However, I have not had any real gaming / movie marathon with them, so maybe other users can have a different opinion here.

    Finally, one wonders what purpose RGB lighting in the cup comes. I'm probably too old to appreciate it, and I wonder how much of the cost that could be placed on any of the actual value instead ...

    + Good battery life
    + Absolutely fine sound in the headphones to be a gaming headset
    + Hyfsat affordable compared with other similar headsets (1299: - on the Inet when they came out)

    -Mic Sound is nothing to cheer about, but as I understand it is common for wireless headsets
    -Usel Fit
    -RGB LEDs on the skull? Why!?!?!

    If you have a head Corsair adapted, and are not yet in ishing, so maybe the fit and the microphone does not interfere so much. Otherwise, there are hopefully better option.

    The rating is barely accepted when I think fit is important, and Mike after all, is half the product of a gaming headset.
  • Barely acceptable
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Bought these hoping to have found a replacement for my Logitech G930 that shuts off every few minutes.

    After looking on various youtube videos as I had been out a couple of good purchase incentives.

    * Light diodes on the mic as one, just like the G930, you could see when the mic was bribed. Even a mic that could indicate which mode you had activated.
    * Really well made control panel where there were a lot of settings

    When I got home product and packed up and would start running, I noticed immediately that the placement of the LEDs on the mic was far too much to the left, so for me it meant that I did not see the LED at all. I had to either turn on the mic to see if the lamp is loose, or hold the hand and thus ensure that the hand dissolve little red. Not okay.

    Sonically, I thought it was much worse than mine G930.
    Is / was also a bug that made so that if you raised / lowered sound and then pressed the "mute" on the mic, so raised and lowered the volume depending on what you last bright conditioned. This happened even when I bribed the software, not only physically on the headset, it must be software-related.

    I have chosen to send back this headset.