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Corsair - VOID 7.1 Channel Headset

( 3.8 Average / 13 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Corsair

Model

VOID

Part #

CA-9011132-NA
(or) CA-9011132-EU

Color

Black

Type

Circumaural

Enclosure Type

Closed

Channels

7.1

Microphone

Yes

Impedance

32 Ω

Active Noise Cancelling

No

Frequency Response

20 Hz - 20 kHz

Connection

Features

2.4GHz Wireless freedom up to 40ft
Genuine Dolby 7.1 Surround
RGB lighting - 16.8 million colors
InfoMic - LED audio status indicator
CUE Control - digital command dial

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Prices

Merchant Base Promo Shipping Tax Availability Total
Corsair $99.99 In stock $99.99+

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Reviews

2ool 15 points 40 months ago
from completed build 2ool box

Pros . light & comfy headset (not for long time +4 hrs), battery, range.

Cons. echos & mixed music sound when turn on Dolby 7.1, no deep bass (sub-woofer level), noise at high pitch sound, driver (no 7.1 channel test, new driver make windows recognized it as 7.1), mic noise, unchangeable ear cups, no USB base or extended cable, slips when moving face down, Annoying beep sound when battery is low (cannot be disabled).

Bordin 5 points 26 months ago
from completed build Blue Dragon

Sound is really good but drivers might screw you a bit... considering everything, ok price for really good product.

PigeonLord 6 points 24 months ago
from completed build My Multi-purpose PC

Sound is great, mic is great for Skype and what not. Only issue are that it cant overcharge, or it starts to decrease the battery life. But it is wireless so I can use it from basically anywhere in the house with few to no connection problems

Bembi 7 points 20 months ago
from completed build Red Panda 1.0

This is a great budget wireless gaming headset! Corsair so it can sync with my other corsair devices and 7.1 for that COD style sound whoring :D

Bembi 4 points 20 months ago
from completed build Red Panda 1.1

This is a great budget wireless gaming headset! Corsair so it can sync with my other corsair devices and 7.1 for that Call of Duty style sound whoring :D

matt44271 7 points 20 months ago

Love 'em great sound but the mic could be a bit better but fine by me

danelite 16 points 20 months ago
from completed build My first Gaming PC

got them refurbished from corsair site they sound really good with a lot of bass no interference at all the battery last about 2 days for me just the charging LED on the headset is buged other then that its worth getting.

jonathiqq 8 points 19 months ago
from completed build First Build Ever

Comfortable, good sound for a gaming mic, pretty cheap, and mic quality is good for the price as well. I like the on-ear controls for volume/mic and the LED on the mic telling you battery life and mic on/of status is super useful.

I wish RGB was not part of this headphone though. The RBG drains the battery SO fast it's almost useless. I'm talking like maybe an hour or two with RGB on. Off it lasts a while which is how i have it now, but the RGB did not seem to be thought through. Without the RGB this would be an awesome set.

Works with a USB wireless connector that is about the size of a standard usb stick. Havent had any connection issues

Teldarian 32 points 19 months ago
from completed build Teldarian's i9 1080ti sli

Is it the best headset I've ever used? Besides the fact its wireless and is part of the corsair ecosystem, there are a few things I think are lackluster or cause issues. Now, with it's price point, its very well done and the reason it's 4 stars instead of 3. I would purchase this over a Kraken for sure, but a few things irritate me with it.

You cannot adjust the microphone's position in terms of distance it extends out towards your mouth. You can either rest it on your chin, or above your mouth. I'm a "loud breather" or you can just say I'm a swimmer and a smoker and I move more air than my case. If I could adjust it out, I wouldn't have the issue. Not the case, so everyone complains, I go to PTT, and we start losing. The depth of bass is a little lacking, but the 7.1 makes up for it, which is a by and large far beyond Razer's performance in that regard. If I could adjust the position of the microphone with distance from my mouth, rather than attempting to do so via the headband, I would give it 5/5.

TL;DR: Better headsets out there? Yes. Better headsets out there for this price: No. Still, make the mic flexible, and I'd gladly spend the extra 20 dollars.

MysticGoat 11 points 18 months ago
from completed build The Decimator

dolby 7.1 wireless and its black? sounds good to me only bad thing is the mic quality is pretty bad and there is a 1 second delay for the mic