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CORSAIR VOID PRO RGB Wireless SE Premium Gaming Headset Review

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   There seems to be no end to our continuous quest for the world’s best gaming peripherals and in a way we welcome it since it keeps us up to date with all the latest game titles for the PC. For example in order to test all the gaming peripherals we have here currently for the past month we've been playing Star Citizen, Dreadnought, World Of Warships, Planetside II, Total War WARHAMMER II, Middle Earth Shadow Of War and the beta of Star Wars Battlefront II. This of course means we have to spend quite a bit of time when testing gaming peripherals (certainly more compared to when testing storage devices and/or other system components) but we think the end result is well worth it (plus we do get to "rest" for a while in the process). Among those peripherals is the latest Void Pro RGB Wireless SE Premium Gaming Headset with Dolby Headphone 7.1 by our friends over at CORSAIR.


   Founded in 1994, CORSAIR supplies high-performance products purchased primarily by PC gaming enthusiasts who build their own PCs or buy pre-assembled customized systems. The company's award-winning products include DDR3 and DDR4 memory upgrades, computer cases, PC cooling products, gaming headsets, gaming keyboards, gaming mice, power supply units, USB flash drives, solid-state drives and system monitoring and control devices.


   The Void Pro RGB Wireless SE gaming headset follows the same design as the entire Void Pro line (BMW's Designworks is behind it) but in order to stand out from the rest CORSAIR has given it a rather unique yellow and black color theme and has included a base station USB extender in the bundle. Beneath the yellow and black painted plastic parts the Void Pro RGB Wireless SE gaming headset features an durable aluminum frame, custom tuned 50mm large neodymium magnet drivers (frequency response of 20Hz-20KHz with 32k Ohms impedance), 2.4GHz wireless receiver (40ft/12m range), rechargeable battery pack (16 hours of life), unidirectional noise-cancelling microphone (frequency response of 100Hz-10KHz with 2k Ohm impedance and -38dB sensitivity) and RGB LED lights. Just like with pretty much every other 7.1 virtual surround headset in the market the Void Pro RGB Wireless SE comes ready with a built-in sound card that features Dolby's headphone certification which according to them "uses powerful digital signal processing (DSP) technology to create the sensation of multiple loudspeakers in a room". Once again on paper everything seems great so let's check and see just how good the CORSAIR Void Pro RGB Wireless SE really is.