If you pride yourself in being an avid gamer, Corsair is a name you must have come across. It cuts across the gaming industry with high-grade performance and innovative gaming products that appeal to different masses. With an emphasis on headsets, Corsair brags some of the top gaming headphones with incredible features for exceptional listening and gaming experiences.
Equipped with a digital thermostat and controls, the Lasko 755320 tower heater allows you to dial in your preferred temperature to the exact degree. To make it even more convenient, a wireless remote control is also included. More than just convenient, we think this remote solves our only complaint about this heater: the loose and flimsy feeling buttons. With the remote, the buttons become a backup so they’re not as important.
From this, you get an affordable headset with the enhanced sound quality compared to earlier Void Pro models. The build feels high-quality and sturdy though having plastic bits. Irritably, it isn’t snug fit enough to accommodate all users; by particularly lacking sufficient clamp force. Still, it is well-padded.
The 7.1 Pc Surround sound is excellent while the mic outputs both game sounds and chats. The cord is long enough, the volume controls and mic mute work but can at times be fussy. Besides, the headset requires a different USB adapter for Xbox consoles. That said, this is a great multipurpose headset for average use but you will get superior sound by investing more.
Packed with adequate specs, this headset has a headband and ear cups made of plastic-aluminum yoke construction. The ear cups also have breathable microfiber mesh featuring memory foam ear pads. Interestingly, both ear cups are fully customizable via RGB lighting.
Technically, the headset is driven by 50mm audio drivers that deliver 7.1 Surround sound. Also, it has an omnidirectional microphone with an inbuilt LED flip-up mute function for excellent vocal lucidity.
An upgrade from its earlier sibling the Void RGB Elite wired, this headset boasts a couple of impressive features with some takeaways. The headset isn’t what we would call affordable nor is it expensive. It is robust with easy adjustments, versatile and superbly comfortable although comfortability is largely undermined by its loose fit on some people.
It further offers low-latency 2.4GHz wireless connection with a 40ft maximum range, a 16-hour battery life, and, volume and mute controls on the left-ear cup. The headset also supports Corsair’s iCUE software for customized cruise control over the headset settings.
These wired headphones come with a sleek plastic frame design featuring headband paddings and adjustable ear cups with plush memory foam cushions. Onto sound, they are powered by 50mm neodymium speaker drivers for excellent stereo sound quality with a wide range and reliable accuracy.
More so, it has a unidirectional microphone with the ability to reduce ambient noises for high-quality sound and voice clarity. It also incorporates an on-ear volume control and mute button. The headset also has a cross-platform ability; compatible with PCs, PS4, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices via the 3.5mm headphone connector.
If you are hunting for a gaming headset under the $50 bracket, this is an eligible recipient of your money. The headset remarkably tries to integrate designs and features of more premium headsets. The built quality though somewhat giving a cheap feeling is commendable and robust.
Outside of this, it is light and comfortable to firmly and easily rest on your head. Still, it can be uncomfortable for those with large ears and noggins. Otherwise, the drivers have a muted sound but the sound quality is solid whereas the adjustable microphone outputs clear audio and can be removed when on the go.
The Virtuoso sports an all-aluminum machined chassis, fine memory foam earpads alongside a lightweight cushioned headband. It boasts 7.1 Surround sound, 50mm dynamic speaker drivers, RGB lighting, and a broadcast-grade 9.5mm high-bandwidth 0mnidirectional mic.
It has wireless connectivity via Corsair’s Slipstream technology for lag-free communication and playback as well as a duo of wired connections via digital USB and the 3.5-mm analog cable. The left ear cup holds the charging port, a 3.5-mm audio port, and mic together with the mute button having an LED indicator. Over on, the right ear cup holds the volume wheel and switches between wired and wireless control.
Right out of the box, the Virtuoso gives you a premium-feeling. This is an extremely versatile pair of headset that offers a slightly heavy, comfortable-fit design, courtesy its built, well-padded ear cups and headband. It offers excellent hi-res audio and Surround sound with the mic particularly shining in dynamic range and vocal clarity.
Additionally, it offers flawless 60 range wireless connectivity and wired connectivity to nearly all gaming pcs and consoles. The controls work effectively while iCUE works decently to adjust the audio and other preferences. As if not enough, it has a Sleep Mode feature, which detects movement to decide when to put the headset to sleep, and back on.
With 50mm neodymium audio drivers plus a noise-canceling unidirectional mic with a flip-up mute function, this headphone has a lot to admire. It features the famed 7.1 surround sound exclusive to PCs and a battery span of 16 hours.
Additionally, it has a lightweight and durable structure with aluminum yokes, flexible ear cups fitted with swish memory foam. The earcups host a volume wheel, power button, and mute controller with an LED mute display.
This is genuinely a top headset for gaming fanatics. This pair provides great sound; not so different from its predecessor the HS70. The removable microphone is a plus to its coziness and the sound output is dependable.
Over and above, it is sturdy, and will securely fit on typically all heads while offering adjustability. The earcups completely fit around the ears and provide maximum comfort especially under heavy use. The controls deliver functionalities easily while it has a great wireless capacity.
Corsair has made huge steps in the headset line and as it stands, there’s more to come. While there are various Corsair headset options with even more being made, their headsets rarely disappoint on all fronts. We hope this review serves to help you find your perfect Corsair gaming headset.