The Corsair Void USB 7.1 RGB Headset is available from Overclockers UK for just £79.99. This is £10 cheaper than the Wireless headset which is £89.99, I prefer the wireless and think it’s not much more to pay for the extra tech, but you’re own preferences will obviously determine which model you prefer.
Corsair has blown me away this last few weeks, the Void range is quite simply the headset range to buy, with the only things that are in my opinion better than this costing significantly more money. Sure there is some great competition on the market for the same value, some offering great looks, excellent comfort, stunning sound, but Corsair mixes all aspects with laser-like precision and you’ll struggle to find a more rounded headset.
As I was saying, this is one of the best sounding headsets on the market, as is the wireless version, which is pretty amazing considering their different approaches to connectivity. The drivers are a little bass heavy on their default setting, which is great for heavy rock and a few movies, but you can dial in your own settings in the desktop software with ease to tailor it to your liking.
I’m not particularly interested in the current RGB trend, but it’s still nice to have that level of customisation regardless. It’s obviously good news for Corsair fans, as the headset should blend well with the new range of Corsair keyboards and mice. The overall design is what I like the most, it’s understated, yet still looks sleek and modern, without compromising on comfort or practicality.
- Exceptional sound quality
- Dolby 7.1 Surround
- RGB lighting
- Info Mic
- Extremely comfortable
- Competitive price
- Excellent build quality
- Stylish design
“The Corsair VOID Dolby 7.1 USB Headset is one of the best headsets we’ve ever tested. If you want a headset that offers excellent performance and comfort for movies, music, gaming or voice chat, you’ll want this, or the Wireless model, right at the top of your shopping list.”
Thank you Corsair for providing us with this sample.