Corsair has a lot of experience making gaming headsets and it shows with this one. The ear cups can rotate a full 180° and the left side features a microphone mute button and a dial that allows you to quickly adjust your audio. It’s also equipped with a wired Micro USB charging port and, though it might be hard to see, a series of LED indicators that communicates various sound modes, audio settings, Dolby and microphone mute status.
While the overall build quality is excellent, there are a few flaws that prevent the Void from being considered a premium set of headphones. The most notable is the mic’s inability to encapsulate your voice and pick up plosives, which makes it difficult to have a conversation with other players. It’s not nearly as bad as the issue with Turtle Beach’s Stealth 600 Gen 2, but it still leaves a bit to be desired.
The Void is also quite heavy, and it feels heavier than many wired headphones. The headband is padded, but it sits slightly forward on the head and is not comfortable to wear for long periods of time. It is also a little less portable than some of the competition, as it cannot fold up like the H1500s and only comes with a small wireless receiver and a 1.5m cable.
If you are willing to overlook some of the flaws with the Void, you will get a very solid pair of gaming headphones for under $100. It’s a great price for the Virtual Surround Sound and sound quality, but if you are looking for a better experience I would recommend going with the Kraken 7.1 V2s instead.