Corsair VOID RGB Elite Wireless Premium Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound – Discord Certified – Works with PC, PS5 and PS4 – White…

(8 customer reviews)


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  • Maximum Operating Distance :40 Feet.Headphones fit type:On-Ear.Headset Frequency Response 20Hz – 30 kHz
  • Hear everything 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
  • Constructed for enduring comfort through long gaming sessions with breathable microfiber mesh fabric and plush memory foam earpads
  • Connect wirelessly to your PC or PS4/PS5 using low-latency 2.4GHz wireless with the included USB adapter
  • An omnidirectional microphone picks up your voice with exceptional clarity with a flip-up mute function and a built-in LED mute indicator
  • Built to last through years of gaming with durable construction and aluminum Yokes
  • 7.1 surround sound not supported with Apple M1 Chip devices.
Product Dimensions

7.87 x 3.74 x 7.87 inches

Item Weight

14.1 ounces

Item model number



1 A batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

November 27, 2022



Country of Origin


8 reviews for Corsair VOID RGB Elite Wireless Premium Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound – Discord Certified – Works with PC, PS5 and PS4 – White…

  1. Douglas

    The headphones are very comfortable, sound is great and battery life is amazing, even for someone who uses them for around 12 hours a day. They are very good all around, and they are the best headphones I’ve ever had. They would be perfect, but there’s a few things weighing it down.

    The main problem for me is Corsair’s GOD AWFUL software. You’ll need iCUE in order to monitor battery, change the lightning pattern or color, as well as change any other settings like disabling voice prompts or auto-shutdowns. The problem is, iCUE is quite possibly one of the worst pieces of software I’ve ever used.

    I’ll try and list some of the software issues I’ve had while using iCUE:

    – I try to turn on the headphones, and they light up but this isn’t registered on my computer. Nothing happens for around 15-30seconds until I finally get the voice prompt for it powering on. I would say this happens 1 out of every 5 times, and sometimes this also causes audio delay issues until my computer is restarted.

    – For some reason you can’t check your battery level while the headphones are charging. You’ll need to unplug the headphones in order to check the battery level. Sometimes, the software glitches and the battery status fails to change from Charging to show the battery level, so you just have to guess.

    – I’d say 9 out of every 10 times whenever I charge the headphones, the battery level won’t go past 93%. Perhaps this is because I’m using them while they are charging, but no matter how long I charge them for they just won’t go past 93%. The first few weeks of owning these headphones I thought this was just how it is, until one day I unplugged and it was at 100%. Next day it was back to not charging past 93%, so now it’s a little mini-game every time I unplug it to guess where it’s charged to 100, or 93%.

    – The voice prompts are LOUD. And there is NO WAY to turn their volume down. They are quite useful, so you won’t want to disable them, but every time you disable your mic you’ll get this lady shouting at your ear.

    Overall, they are great headphones, and I’d recommend them to anyone who doesn’t mind dealing with Corsair’s poor software.

  2. Christopher Saraiva

    Turns out i was able to just swap them. Thank goodness. I prefer the old foam as it was more open backed. less seal which is all just preference.

    Upgraded from the first edition of these headphones.

    Pros: Light on the mic is much clearer.
    Automutes on up/down motion.
    Sound quality
    Software compatible

    Cons: The foam that they use in this version provides more of a seal.
    The fabric is very Crinkly when you move your head around.
    The foam squishes a lot which results in ear slightly touching inside. (previous version didnt have this problem.)
    Mic is too flexible/rippable.

    my previous headset had the mic rip off after 1.5 years. lived another 3-4 months with tape/glue. Only reason I upgraded is the battery life sucks.

  3. Portly Man

    As a portly man, I understand the importance of a quality gaming headset. This chicken and rice inspired omelette of closeted questionable camaraderie arrived via decommissioned XRT ChristStrike military drone directly onto my favourite doorstep within the agreed upon delivery terms. Once I plugged these muffs in, they transported me to another galaxy of wonder and bliss. I found myself questioning some of the very foundations of life itself. After using these, I began to question the quality of the sound that surrounds us in it’s most unrestrained, rawest and freest form. Everybody knows I love my George Foreman grill, and now that I have my head phones, I won’t have to hear my wife tell me to stop playing Assassins Creed 2 because I “haven’t slept in three days” or whatever. This lamp gets my seal of approval

  4. Bert

    Let’s get the ugly out of the way first. This headset is possibly the WORSE I’ve ever owned in respect to connect-ability. For it to connect and stay connected you constantly have to go to sound settings and select it as default & default communication device…not a problem usually, but for some reason. When I try to connect to steam chat, I’m forever having to do this and unplug and re plug the dongle for it to connect. I was ok with it at first, but NOW it’s just annoying the hell out of me. Not to mention whenever I plug the dongle in the USB port, I ALWAYS get a “searching for device driver” window pop up and once again search for the driver that’s been downloaded at least a dozen times over. VERY VERY FRUSTRATING AND MADDENING. I fail to understand this. My old Logitech wireless NEVER EVER had this issue, I’d simply plug the dongle in and a small headset beep then I was good to go….ALWAYS.

    That being said this headset IS however, very comfortable and the sound / microphone quality is just as nice as my old headset (may she rest in peace). I don’t really care for lights on the headset, it’s nice and all, but really not necessary IMHO, as I don’t like these additional bells and whistles that suck battery life. On that subject, the battery is ok, however my old headset far outlasted this one for battery life longevity. This one will give you about 6 hours, my old logitech was 10. All in all I would cautiously recommend this headset, but hindsight being what it now is, next one will NOT be a Corsair, unless they get their act together and fix these connection issues. OH, by the way, the software kind of sucks for me as well. Too many bells and whistles. JUST KEEP IT SIMPLE!!!

    Edit Nov 24, 2019. I’ve decided to return these. I spent 30 minutes trying to get these to work when in a Steam game, so while my buddy’s playing and waiting I’m fiddling around with settings. 30 minutes is too much. It’s not just in Steam, for some reason (on occasion), the headset freezes up my windows media player to the point where it just simply won’t play music. This whole experience actually made me do a fresh Windows 7 install, and the problem is still there. The frustration of the constant fiddling around to get them to do what I want simply, is too much for me. Therefore I cannot really recommend these, unless of course you don’t mind fiddling around with settings 99% of the time. I’m reducing my rating from 3 to 2

  5. Aaron Anthony Willhite

    We have all had really terrible headset mics. Either the headset itself is uncomfortable, tinny, or breaks if you look at it funny, or the mic has you sounding like a WW2 dispatch officer. This is not those headphones.

    If you call yourself an audiophile, or need something with studio quality noise, I do not recommend this, and for that it loses a star in sound quality. Its certainly far from awful, and frankly I feel most people will experience nothing but good things coming from this headset. You should NOT be expecting audiophile quality at this price point, so this is not why I chose 4 out of five stars overall.

    First off, these headphones are pretty balanced as far as low to high frequencies, while not being extremely good at either. This DOES mean it gives you better sound quality, and so long as you mix correctly on your end, you will experience the details of whatever you are trying to listen to. At its maximum, its definitely not as loud as some headsets I have had, but I have never struggled to get a louder sound from these during normal use (gaming, movies, or music)

    These are not active noise canceling headphones, but the ear cushions are a comfortable and snug size that don’t fit extremely tight (more on that in a bit) so it does about what I’d expect from a standard over-ear headset would insofar as noise canceling goes. You’re not gonna shut off the world with these, but you will turn it far enough down to enjoy whatever you need to enjoy.

    The advertised 7.1 surround sound capability is a virtual one (so it doesn’t have those special quad drivers or whatever) and it works pretty well when configured correctly, certainly enough to pinpoint directions of noise in games. For people who struggle to test virtual surround sound, try turning your headphones backwards for a bit. You’d be surprised how you can sort of reset your senses this way. Be sure to turn them the right way though or you’ll be having a very confused time lol.

    The input quality (mic) is pretty good, and unlike with other headsets I have had, it filters out white noises and extraneous noises pretty well (as well as breathing and typing noises, the bane of headset mics the world over) which probably has a lot to do with both the windscreen that comes with it and my first complaint about the product.

    The mic is rigid and only folds up from a joint connected to your left ear speaker. This seemed fine, at first, until my own voice sometimes was too quiet in game chats or didn’t always pick up when I have “detect voice” settings on. This can likely be fixed if I tune everything correctly individually and I have made an effort, but since this is not always the case with headsets and removing the windscreen only made it pick up more external noises, I’m including it in my complaints. Either its too far from my mouth hole or not sensitive enough, but its an occasional hassle to be wary of. At least I’m not blowing out my friend’s ears when the game gets intense.

    Beyond that, I have some friends using Yeti and other stand mics who sound far worse than I do, which is likely because that havent spent the few hours needed to tweak and test their own settings. You will likely not have to do that for this, outside of quick adjustments for your own output volume.

    My second and final complaint is that these are definitely made for bigger heads. I don’t have a small head by any means, so take me at my word that these will fit over hats, big hair, or just a big old noggin. I often feel it getting loose and try to tighten it (which is easy enough, btw) only to find that at its tightest it angles the ear pieces slightly, while not fitting as snug as I would like. I am likely used to headphones with higher tension in the band than these, but it should be noted. As implied before, these can also struggle to keep the size you set it at, but considering how little labor is required to fix it, its not a huge complaint.

    Its managing software is pretty unobtrusive and easy to use, and its much better than Razer and other accessory softwares I’ve been forced to deal with.

    Its Corsair, so the quality is pretty good and its taken a decent amount of stress since I’ve gotten it, as I can be reckless with my accessories. It also has a good looking design that isn’t blasted with Gamer lights so if you appreciate sleek appliances with a touch of flair then these are perfect. The have adjustable lights with the corsair logo that you can turn off, flash, change colors, or keep on. The standard light options.

    tl;dr at this price point this is the best pair of headphones I have had for casual use. With only minor complaints I would happily buy this model again rather than taking a risk on another pair of similar price. If you want extremely high sound quality, you’re going to have to spend more than this, but for most people this will be high tier.

  6. Talyson Garcia

    Estou usando a mais de um mês e pra você que está pensando em comprar recomendo atentar-se aos seguintes pontos.
    1 – A bateria dura exatamente 12 horas de uso.
    2 – Não consegui usar o driver de áudio “High Definition” no Windows 11 (Pra quem joga FPS pode sentir um pouco de falta).
    3 – Ele não tem tanta pressão na cabeça (Pra uns pode ser bom e para outros não. Vi vários vídeos de pessoas reclamando)

    1 – A qualidade de som é EXCELENTE (Uso diariamente pra trabalhar home office).
    2 – O programa dele (iCue) é completo e tem um excelente equalizador e editor de perfis.
    3 – O fato de microfone silenciar ao levantar a aste é de muita utilidade, principalmente pra quem trabalha home office.

  7. Pato

    Al principio dudaba mucho si comprarlos o no, pero me decidí a pesar de que fueran importados, llegaron muchísimo antes y en serio que mi arrepentimiento se borro en cuanto me los puse, están de woow ya que puedo estar horas con ellos y son comodisimos (anteriormente tenia unos audífonos de PS4 platino y se volvían incómodos a las dos horas), casi ni los sientes, el audio es muy bueno y ayuda mucho que sean inalambricos ya que puedo moverme con libertad sin preocuparme por el cable. La pila es muy duradera, procuren cargarlos totalmente antes de usarlos por primera vez.

    El único “pero” que pongo es que el micrófono no se puede quitar, pero se puede mover hacia arriba para que no te estorbe (cuando lo haces se mutea automáticamente) y el hecho de que no se ponen como audífonos normales (El arco no es paralelo a las bocinas, va un poco mas inclinado) pero de ahí en mas, estoy contentísimo, excelente servicio.


    It is a great product that is worth every dollar spent on it! In order for it to work correctly you must fully charge this headset via a USB Charging Cable for an hour or more before its usage and it requires that you download the ICue Driver Device Software from This wireless headset will become the primary or default audio device within the windows 10 or 11 Operating System on your computer and it will disable any onboard or offboard soundcard devices until you choose to change your audio device back to its enabled setting within the Windows Control Pannel. The ICue software will locate any device updates for connected devices…. There’s also a firmware/software update available for the headset. “Please use extreme caution before doing or using firmware updates for the first time if you’re unsure or never done this before and get someone to help you that knows what they’re doing and has updated the same make and model headset. Please be advised “Do Not Use a USB Hub\Splitter Device if you’re going to update the headsets firmware because it will damage or cause the device to no longer work “Bricking It”… and others whom have used this headset to follow these steps: “With using the firmware/software updates for this product you must have the headset connected to its USB Cable via a single USB Port on the computer during the entire firmware update process or cycle to complete because it takes several minutes to do so, following any and all of the onscreen instructions…”

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