When Corsair released their Void Pro gaming headset lineup earlier this year, two of its representatives came with a price tag of under $100. They were - and still are - the $80 Void Pro Surround and Void Pro RGB USB. The main difference between them has to do with connectivity. While the Void Pro Surround comes with a USB sound card, but can also be used in analogue mode, the Void Pro RGB USB only has a USB connector. As such, it can be plugged into the PC and nothing else - console gamers should stick with the Void Pro Surround.
In case you missed my Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless review, the most concise way to describe the Void Pro RGB USB would be: remove the power button and ability to mute the microphone by pivoting it upward, add two meters of rubberized wire, and that's pretty much it. The design language, materials used, build quality, ear cushions, RGB effects and acoustic performance are identical. That's not a bad thing, though. The Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless won our "Editor's Choice" award, which means that by the end of this review, we could be crowning the new king of sub-$100 USB headsets.
- 50-mm dynamic drivers (neodymium magnet)
- 32 Ω impedance
- 20-20,000 Hz frequency response (specified by the manufacturer)
- DTS Headphone:X 7.1 Surround Sound
- Closed-back, over-ear design
- Pivotable uni-directional microphone
- 2.1 m rubberized cable
- Available in black and white
- Weight: 390 g