Corsair’s Void series isn’t exactly young. Two years ago the second generation called “Void Pro” was introduced. The first generation, “Void”, appeared well before that. Now the manufacturer dares the next step and presents with “Void Elite” the newest headsets of the Void series. These are supposed to outdo their predecessors in many respects: Better sound, better microphone, more comfortable fit. Of course, we wanted to find out whether these generous promises could actually be kept. That’s why we tested the “Void Elite RGB Wireless”, the new wireless top model of the Void series. The following report will give you an idea of the impression we gained and the extent to which the promises we made can be kept.
Scope of Delivery
The contents of the yellow and black box are quite sparse. In addition to the headset and the USB dongle, there is a user manual and a USB cable for charging the headset and operating it if necessary.
|Color||Carbon Black and White|
|Driver||50 mm, Neodymium|
|Frequency range||20 Hz up to 30 kHz|
|Battery runtime||up to 16 hours|
|Impedance||32 Ohm at 1 kHz|
|Microphone sensitivity||-42 dB|
|Dimensions||200 x 200 x 95 mm|
|Price||White: € 119.90, Black: € 119.90|