Corsair VOID Wireless PRO RGB Review

Published by Luca Rocchi on 04.09.17
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In order to really convince a headset doesn’t just have to be comfortable, what’s most important is how it sounds. To test the VOID Wireless Dolby 7.1 RGB we’ve been listening to music, playing games and watching movies. Since Corsair equipped this headset with big, enclosing and microfiber padded ear cups there is some passive noise cancelling but you can still hear ambient noise or other people talking next to you pretty well. If you’re looking for a headset with more effective passive noise cancelling, we’d recommend ones, which ship with leatherette ear pads.

The VOID Pro RGB headset was a rather pleasant surprise and the sound is, in our opinion, well balanced. While testing this headset we found it has great reproduction of highs, mids and bass. Overall Corsair did a good job from this point of view. Listening to very high volume we hear some distortion in the audio signal. If you love deep and strong bass, we recommend using an equalizer. Compared to other gaming headsets we've had for testing the overall quality is excellent, which is something we've come to expect from Corsair's gaming headsets. 

  • VOID Wireless Pro RGB
  • VOID Wireless Pro RGB
  • VOID Wireless Pro RGB
  • VOID Wireless Pro RGB


The microphone on this headset is good and so is the design. As you can see from the pictures there is a small button on the left ear cup, which is easily accessible and allows you to mute the microphone. The VOID is capable of making your voice sound clear and well understandable talking over Discord or Skype. We also like the fact that the microphone arm is bendable.

Page 1 - Introduction Page 5 - Wearing comfort / Ergonomics / Features
Page 2 - Preview Page 6 - Acoustics
Page 3 - Specifications Page 7 - Software
Page 4 - Test conditions Page 8 - Conclusion

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