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Crazy Deal: Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless only in $69.99 at Amazon

by Carmelia Derby
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The Corsair Void RGB gaming headset is an interesting proposition for those looking for a decent pair of headphones with 7.1 surround sound and a microphone. These days there are plenty of options for those looking for a pair of cheap gaming headphones, but if you’re looking for a trusted name behind your audio, this Corsair set certainly has a few tricks up its sleeve to pique your interest. In addition to a USB version and a set geared toward surround sound, make sure you’re really into wireless audio, as Corsair seems to have split its latest lineup by feature.

The result is a fair audio experience for the price, but without the flexibility that some take for granted from Corsair’s premium offerings. The first thing you might notice about the Corsair Void headset isn’t the smooth, matte finish or the sheer width of the headband, but the depth of the ear cups. If your head is a bit larger than most, you’ll be grateful to finally find a pair of affordable headphones that are a bit wider and give your ears more room to nestle in.

However, such a design also leaves those with a smaller or even average head a bit wary of the extra space. While the large ear cups make for an incredibly comfortable fit without squeezing the ears during long sessions, they also leave a bit too much space between the set and the head. The result is a slightly wobbly overall feel without the firm clip that holds the ear cups in place. You don’t have to worry about them flying off your head during particularly dramatic movements, but you still feel like they’re a bit larger than necessary. The hook design that attaches the cups to the headband keeps them firmly in place, but at the expense of a little more flexibility in shape.

Some sacrifices have been made with the latest edition of the Void Elite headphones. While you get a set of 7.1 surround sound wireless headphones at an incredible price, you have to sacrifice some of the functional flexibility that others take for granted in lesser sets. When the packaging says “wireless,” it means it. There are no USB or 3.5mm ports, so you’re limited to PC and PS4 use. Still, these headphones are equipped with a 50mm neodymium driver for maximum performance and deliver on the promise of high quality audio. They are also advertised with a battery life of 16 hours.

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