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Corsair VOID RGB Elite Wireless Premium Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound [White]

Hear everything in 7.1 surround sound from the lightest footstep to the most thundering explosion thanks to premium, custom-tuned 50mm high-density neodymium audio drivers with an expanded frequency range of 20Hz-30,000Hz.

Total Comfort 

Constructed for enduring comfort through long gaming sessions with breathable microfiber mesh fabric and plush memory foam earpads.

Low-Latency 2.4GHz Wireless 

Play with the freedom of up to 40ft of wireless range and up to 16 hours of battery life.

  • Durable Construction with Aluminum Yokes built to last through years of gaming.
  • Make on-the-fly adjustments without distracting you from your game.
  • Picks up your voice with exceptional clarity, while a flip-up mute function and a built-in LED mute indicator ensure you know when you'll be heard, and when you won't.
  • Customize your look with RGB lighting on each ear cup allowing for a near limitless array of colors and effects.

CORSAIR iCUE software enables precise control over your headset, with pre-tuned audio profiles, custom equalizer settings, immersive 7.1 surround sound, and sidetone control.

Customize your RGB lighting on each ear cup with virtually unlimited color options and dynamic effects. Synchronize your lighting with compatible CORSAIR peripherals.


Corsair Void RGB Dolby 7.1 USB vs Corsair Void Wireless Dolby 7.1 RGB

Corsair Void RGB Dolby 7.1 USB

Corsair Void Wireless Dolby 7.1 RGB


27 facts in comparison

Corsair Void RGB Dolby 7.1 USB

Corsair Void Wireless Dolby 7.1 RGB

Why is Corsair Void RGB Dolby 7.1 USB better than Corsair Void Wireless Dolby 7.1 RGB?

  • Has a straight plug?
  • Can be folded?

Why is Corsair Void Wireless Dolby 7.1 RGB better than Corsair Void RGB Dolby 7.1 USB?

  • Has passive noise reduction?
  • 1dBV/Pa higher microphone sensitivity?
  • Has a detachable cable?
  • Can be used wirelessly?
  • Compatible with PlayStation?
  • Has a rechargeable battery?
  • 1 more microphone(s)?
  • Has a battery level indicator?


Devices with stereo speakers deliver sound from independent channels on both left and right sides, creating a richer sound and a better experience.

Comfortable full-size form with earcups that fully enclose your ears. This model is loved for its increased sound isolation and the fact that it won't leak sound to your neighbors. It offers potential for maximum bass and loudness levels.

With a detachable cable you can use alternative cables, and if the cable is pulled it will pop out instead of breaking.

RGB lighting allows you to choose between millions of colors and customize the look of your PC components.

A straight plug is better when the jack is on the top or bottom of your player.

6.can be folded

✔Corsair Void RGB Dolby 7.1 USB

✖Corsair Void Wireless Dolby 7.1 RGB

Foldable devices are easier to transport and take up less storage space.

Sound quality

The device sits tightly in place, creating an acoustic seal which reduces background noise and prevents your music from leaking out.

The highest frequency at which device produces audio. The higher the high-frequency response, the clearer and crispier the treble.

The lowest frequency at which the device produces audio. The lower the low-frequency response, the stronger and juicier the bass.

Devices with neodymium magnets are lighter and more powerful than those which use ferrite magnets. They also have more bass and clear high notes.

The driver unit is the component that produces sound in the device. Bigger drivers are more powerful and can produce better bass.

Impedance is the device’s electrical resistance to the current being pushed through it. The lower the impedance, the easier it is to get higher volume and requires less power.

Devices with a higher sound pressure level are generally louder when supplied with any given audio source.


These microphones are designed to filter out background noise from the desired sound. Especially useful in noisy environments.

It's the 'loudness' of the sound that the microphone can pick up.

More microphones result in better sound quality and enable the device to filter out background noise.


The battery can be recharged and used over again.


Wireless devices allow users more freedom of movement.

The headset can be used for playing games on PlayStation video game consoles.


The device has an option to mute/unmute a conversation directly from the device.

A headset is one headphone or pair with a built-in microphone. Headsets can be used for apps that require communication i.e. Skype, games with voice chat, mobile phones, etc.

When covered under the manufacturer’s warranty it is possible to get a replacement in the case of a malfunction.

There is a control panel on the device body, so you can easily access the volume control or remote without having to interact with a cable or another device it's connected to.


If the device supports Dolby Digital it can deliver up to six different audio channels (sides) for a much better sound quality.

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CORSAIR Void RGB Elite 7.1 Gaming Headset - Carbon Grey

You won’t get it cheaper. Full Stop.

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Important update on our delivery service for small items

Our courier partners (DPD, Royal Mail and On the Dot) have all updated their delivery processes to take extra precautions due to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Please follow the below advice:

1. Customers can use the DPD app to nominate a ‘safe place’ for their delivery to be left if they do not want close contact.

For customers unable to use the DPD app, DPD is still able to offer a contact-free delivery and will take a picture of the property and capture a proof of delivery name instead of capturing a customer signature.

2. Royal Mail is an unsigned service. Where Royal Mail needs to deliver a parcel, its teams will place the parcel at the customer’s door. Having knocked on the door, the delivery teams will step aside to a safe distance while the item is retrieved. If the delivery cannot take place, Royal Mail will take the parcel to the local depot for collection by the customer.  The parcel will be held for 18 days as per normal process.

3. For On the Dot, where a standard signature delivery is not possible, On the Dot will attempt to leave the parcel in a safe place and inform the customer of where the parcel has been placed.

To see the courier partner for your delivery, please check your dispatch confirmation email (which will also include your tracking reference).

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Returns and refunds

Whether an item you’ve bought is faulty or damaged, or you’ve changed your mind, it’s easy to get a refund.

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Within 21 days of receiving an item you paid for online, on the phone, or in store you can return it for a full refund – provided your purchase is still in its original and unopened packaging. This promise is in addition to your statutory rights.

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Within 14 days of receiving an item you paid for online or on the phone, you can return it, even if you’ve opened it. To receive a refund, you must:

  • Let us know you plan to return the item within 14 days of delivery/collection
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The item must be returned in ‘as new condition’ – not used or installed, and in its original packaging. More on returns and refunds.

Order online and collect in store

Order & Collect ­­– The majority of our stores are now open and offering a collection service, allowing you to safely order online and collect from store contact-free.

Our stores with parking available can offer a Drive Thru collection experience using the parking bays clearly marked outside the store. Here’s how it works;

  • Once you’ve had confirmation your order is ready to collect, drive to the store.
  • When you’ve arrived, click on the link in your confirmation email to let our team know.
  • One of our colleagues will put your order in your car boot.

Stores, including those which DO NOT have parking outside, can still offer a safe Walk Up service. We have safety measures in place to keep you and our staff protected whilst you queue. Here’s how it works;

  • Once you’ve had confirmation your order is ready to collect, walk to store and head to the collection point.
  • When you’ve arrived, click on the link in your confirmation email to let our team know.
  • You’ll get a text when our colleague is preparing your order for collection.
  • Please remember to keep 2 metres away from our colleagues and other customers.

If the store already has stock of your item, you may be able to collect on the same day. If your store doesn’t have stock, we can get some in, but it may take a little longer. Don’t forget to wait for your ready to collect email and check store opening hours and whether the store can offer Drive Thru, Walk Up or both collection options before heading out.

We strongly recommend that you check whether you will be able to carry the item, or whether it will fit in your vehicle before placing your order.

Care services

Instant Replacement, exactly what it sounds like. Never go without the tech you love. If it breaks down, we'll replace it there and then in-store, with nothing more to pay. Instant replacement Plans are available for items under £150.

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  • Breakdown support when you need it
  • No limits

You're entitled to as many new replacement products as necessary during the three years of your plan, and your plan continues even if your product is replaced. Just return the item to store with your receipt

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  • Accidental Damage
  • Cosmetic Damage

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Corsair VOID Pro RGB Wireless Gaming Headset Review!

Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless review

The fanciest product in the Void Elite line, the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless gaming headset is yet another entry into the extremely crowded market for gaming headsets around $100. This segment of the market has a few standouts and an enormous swath of extremely average products. The Void RGB Elite Wireless brings the features it’s named after—wireless audio and colored LED lights—and adds 7.1 surround to the mix.

Editor’s note: this review was updated on June 9, 2021, with a contents menu and links to relevant content.

Who’s the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless for?

  • Gamers looking for something comfortable and wireless that works on PC and console.
  • At-home workers who don’t want to take off their headphones when they get up to refill their coffee during a conference call.

See also: Corsair gaming headset buyers guide

What’s the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless like?

If you don’t install Corsair’s app, the RGB lights will cycle through a spectrum of color automatically.

From the get-go, it’s impossible to mistake the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless for any other kind of product: This is a gaming headset through and through. With RGB LED lights that cycle through a spectrum of colors, an attached boom mic, and an unsubtle angular design that screams for attention. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

The Corsair Void RGB Elite wireless gaming headset features a rather heavy metal frame, soft fabric cushions on the earcups, and a band that adjusts to fit even very wide heads comfortably. Everything about its design feels solidly constructed. And despite all that, from the moment I put it on, it felt like it was hanging by a thread. Even mildly abrupt head turns made it feel an inch away from careening onto my desk. Apart from keeping me slightly on edge the whole time I used the headset, this also impacted its ability to maintain a consistent seal, which isn’t great for isolation. Luckily, this is a gaming headset, so even that much movement doesn’t happen all that much.

This headset may be sturdy, but it could definitely be tighter.

When it doesn’t feel so precariously perched on your head, this is a really comfortable headset. The ear pads are covered with a flexible fabric that’ll be great for people with glasses. The headset is a little on the heavy side, but there’s enough cushioning in the right places that it’s easy to get used to. The hinges on the headphones don’t allow for much vertical tilt, which can make the weight feel a little oddly distributed (and contributes to the overall sense of looseness), but adjusting the band to compensate is pretty easy.

The Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless offers on-ear controls, with a mic mute button, as well as a volume dial on the left headphone. Oddly enough, the mic already mutes itself when flipped up—it’s nice to have more than one option, I guess.

Pressing in the volume dial on the bottom of the headphone allows you to cycle through the preloaded EQ presets, but you won’t know which one you’re without the iCUE app.

Of course, this is also a wireless headset, relying on a 2.4GHz RF USB dongle, which means it’s compatible with PC, as well as Playstation 4 (Xbox One doesn’t support most USB audio connections, and the Nintendo Switch is slowly adding it). Setting it up is as easy as plugging in the dongle and turning on the headset. According to the box, Corsair claims a 40-foot connection range, and I ran into nothing challenging that—I never had any issues walking around my apartment with my headset plugged into the PC in my bedroom.

The Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless comes with the standard accouterments you’d expect of a wireless gaming headset. There’s a micro-USB charging cord, 2.4GHz RF wireless dongle, a little foam tip for the attached microphone, and that’s about it.

The iCUE app

A lot of this software’s features are oddly laid out.

Unfortunately, Corsair ties a number of the Void RGB Elite Wireless’ features to proprietary software. The iCUE app offers largely the same features as Razer Synapse or Logitech G HUB, in just as a mediocre a fashion. Using the app, you can customize and coordinate the colored LEDs of the Void Elite, as well as whatever other Corsair peripherals you use.

If that was all there was to the app, it would be kind of lame, but at least completely ignorable. However, iCUE is also tied into the some of the actual functionality of the headset. If you want to use the headset’s surround sound, it’s done through the app. Additionally, and perhaps most oddly, the only way to know the charge level of the headset is through app. When you charge the Void RGB Elite Wireless, an amber light on the bottom of the left headphone will turn on. When that light turns green, it means the headset is 90-100% charged—it never gives any more specific information. The only way to actually get an accurate charge reading is through iCUE.

In short, the app is a little slow, oddly laid out, and unfortunately necessary for using the headset’s full feature set.

How good is the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless’ battery?

On the headset’s box, Corsair claims 16 hours of playback time on a single charge and in our testing it actually did a little better. With the RGB lighting turned off, the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless lasted just shy of 17 hours and 25 minutes of consistent playback. You might get a little better than that, as our testing is done at a slightly higher volume than people often listen at (~75dB). However, if you decide to turn on the LED lighting, expect worse battery life—I found the battery drained considerably faster with it on.

How do you connect the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless?

The Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless is a wireless gaming headset that employs a 2.4 GHz USB RF dongle to connect to devices. That’s the only way it method it supports. There’s no backup 3.5mm cord option, as is common with wireless gaming headsets, and the headset’s micro-USB port is only for charging—there’s no wired option, short of occupying two USB ports for the dongle and charging cord.

Gaming with the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless gaming headset

Currently, the PlayStation 4 is the only console that supports this headset, but if the Switch and Xbox One expand their compatibility, that could change.

Despite the obnoxious integration with the iCUE app, gaming with the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless is generally a pretty positive experience. On PC, surround sound is available, and games like Overwatch and Fortnite work like a charm with it. Oddly, it’s not immediately apparent what standard of surround sound is being used here, whether it’s Dolby, DTS, or something else, but that hardly matters.

Playing on both Playstation 4 games like Dauntless and The Outer Worlds sound great. However, the USB dongle is actually too large to fit into the front of a PS4 Pro, which means you have to plug it into the back of the console, right next to the exhaust port—I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t uncomfortable with how much heat gets blown at it.

The wireless dongle is very convenient when playing across a room from your console.

Additionally, as surround sound is tied to the iCUE app, it’s unavailable on console, which sucks, but it’s not too big of an issue, as there’s very little support for it in console games anyway. And really, if you’re not playing shooters, it’s unlikely surround sound would make any experience tangibly better. Even if you are playing shooters, it’s rarely makes that big of a difference.

How does the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless sound?

The Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless features pretty ordinary audio output, with

The Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless offers pretty average sound for a gaming headset. There’s a notable de-emphasis in the bass range below 100Hz, and a little bit of an over emphasis in the mids. Otherwise, this is pretty standard frequency response for a gaming headset, with the same characteristic slight drop in the high range as many products in the same price range.

Lows, mids, and highs

In music, this means the sounds of voices will come through a little louder than they should; potentially drowning out the subtler sounds of strings and cymbals in the background. Even with this de-emphasis, you probably won’t have much trouble discerning bassy sounds, but if they’re meant to completely dominate a song—as in many EDM tracks—they likely won’t on this headset.

Voices stand out from sub-bass notes, which can be good for gaming.

Partway through Lady of Light by Magic Sword, an interlude led by a pretty dominant slap-bass line plays. Normally, the bass sits at the forefront of that part of the song, which is largely otherwise led by synth-y string sounds, yet it’s still quieter than most of the other parts of the song on the Void RGB Elite Wireless.

Is the sound quality good for gaming?

In games, this kind of sound profile isn’t quite so problematic. Games rarely layer sounds in the same way as music, so you won’t run into any issues with explosions being too quiet, for example. If anything it means, really loud noises will have less opportunity to drown out dialogue or voice chat audio. The increased emphasis on mids also means that sounds like footsteps in games like Fortnite might actually be ever so slightly easier to hear, which could be pretty meaningful.

The iCUE app can mitigate some of these output issues, as it lets you set custom EQ profiles, but there’s only so much that will do—and it won’t have any effect during console-based gaming sessions.

A noisy roommate in another room shouldn’t trouble you much with this headset.

Similarly to its rather average audio output, the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless offers pretty average isolation for a gaming headset. It won’t keep out much more than the sounds of TV playing in another room or the fridge whirring down the hall. Outside the home, this will struggle, but it’s not really designed for that anyway. Even ignoring how loose this headset is, with an RF USB dongle, it’s hardly a portable option.

How does the microphone sound?

The Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless actually offers remarkably accurate microphone audio for a gaming headset. You won’t be recording podcasts with it anytime soon, but short of a slight de-emphasis in the bass range, this will output accurate audio pretty much across the sound spectrum. The low bass response means that some deeper voices might sound a little distorted, but everyone else shouldn’t run into any issues.

In a program like Discord, you might want to boost your audio output a little, as the mic is a little on the quiet side, but nothing that can’t be easily adjusted for. Listen for yourself:

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Should you buy the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless gaming headset?

The Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless may be worth it, but you certainly have better options.

The microphone is muted when flipped up.

When it’s not on sale, the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless runs for about $80. If surround sound is really important to you, this is a good option for the price. However, for only a little more money, the SteelSeries Arctis 7 offers all the same features, without feeling like it’s constantly on the verge of falling to the floor. The Arctis 7 often goes on sale, so the jump in price might not even be all that severe. Additionally, if wireless audio is less important to you, the Razer BlackShark V2 is a fantastic gaming headset with a very comfortable design, great isolation, and all sorts of features for under $100.

Ultimately, the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless is a rather average offering in an already very crowded market. It doesn’t have any glaring issues while gaming, nor does anything it offers particularly stand out. In short, you could do far worse than this, but if you slightly narrow your focus to the features you actually want, you could do far better, too.

Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless
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What should you get instead of the Corsair RGB Elite Wireless?

If surround sound isn’t actually all that important, this becomes a harder decision. Headsets like the SteelSeries Arctis 1 Wireless and the HyperX Cloud Alpha are both cheaper, sound better, and fit securely on your head. The Arctis 1 Wireless also brings wireless audio to the Nintendo Switch in addition to PC and Playstation 4, both when docked and undocked.

Finally, if you’re an Xbox One owner, this headset doesn’t have much for you. Microsoft only allows wireless gaming headsets to work with its consoles when made exclusively for them. And unfortunately, many run at quite a premium compared to the Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless. That said, spending a decent amount of money on audio often pays off, so if you don’t mind the added expense, you may find something you love. Headsets like the Razer Nari Ultimate have specific Xbox One versions that seamlessly with the console.

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