CORSAIR VOID RGB ELITE Wireless Stereo Gaming Headset

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CORSAIR VOID RGB ELITE Wireless Stereo Gaming Headset
CORSAIR VOID RGB ELITE Wireless Stereo Gaming Headset

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Price history for Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless Premium Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound, Carbon
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  • $98.94 - March 31, 2020
  • $94.94 - March 30, 2020
  • $74.99 - March 17, 2020
  • $78.99 - February 25, 2020
  • $79.99 - February 10, 2020
  • $99.19 - February 9, 2020
  • $99.44 - February 7, 2020
  • $99.60 - February 6, 2020
Since: November 17, 2019
  • Highest Price: $99.99 - November 17, 2019
  • Lowest Price: $70.73 - January 22, 2020
Last Amazon price update was: March 31, 2020 10:18 pm
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The first thing I noticed about the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless headset is that it has some weight to it! It’s not overly heavy, but enough that your neck may get fatigued after wearing it for a couple hours. I also felt like it might fall off my head if I leaned too far forward, but it doesn’t unless I start shaking my head violently in a fit of rage.

The small Corsair logo on both sides of the earphones light up and cycle through a rainbow of LED colors, but other than that, there are not many lighting effects to be seen. If you don’t like the rainbow pattern, you can use the iCue software to set a single color or a different effect (such as pulse).

CORSAIR VOID RGB ELITE Wireless Stereo Gaming Headset with USB dongle

The microphone flips up (and automatically mutes) and down (to automatically unmute) and can be adjusted as it has some bend to it. A small red LED on the end lets you know when it is muted, as well as a tone or voice prompt (also configurable via the iCue software).

There are two buttons on the headphones: the power button and a mute button. There is also a job dial for adjusting the volume as well as a Micro USB charging port.

Sound Quality

The headset has great sound quality with strong bass so you can really feel those in-game explosions! There are several EQs that can be set via the iCue software, although I found the default settings to be fine.

Microphone performance also seems great as I hear my voice comes through crystal clear, although it could be a smidge louder.


Wireless: The Wireless USB dongle seems to have decent range as I can walk into another room with just a little bit of breakup. Connecting the dongle to my Windows 10 computer automatically detected and installed the basic drivers without needing to install the iCue software (although, you get more customization options with iCue). I tried plugging the dongle into the Nintendo Switch’s dock, but unfortunately it was not detected (nor is it advertised to work with the Switch).

iCue Software: Although the headphones will work without the software, iCue allows you to adjust the lighting effects as well as adjust the EQ settings and update the firmware.

Battery Life

If you turn off the LED lighting with the iCue software, you can get up to 16 hours between charges. Since the battery has no “memory effect,” you can charge the headphones between gaming sessions (before the batteries are completed depleted).

8.9 Total Score

The sound quality and microphone performance are great, but the weight of the headphones may not be comfortable for all gamers.

Sound Quality
Battery Life
  • Great sound quality
  • Good microphone performance
  • Great wireless performance
  • Somewhat heavy
  • Minimal LED lighting

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