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Now we will conclude what we have found to be good and bad about the VOID Hybrid gaming headset by Corsair and if the value factor of the headset is worth you throwing your hard-earned money at. What we have here is a stereo/Dolby 7.1 capable, multi-platform headset for regular/mid/high-level gamers that are partially fixated on a sub £100 headset. With Corsair offering a high specification device and good performance all around, we will now elaborate some details on what you need to know about this headset.

To start, it was a pleasure to have such a comfortable and surprisingly light headset hug my head softly while I played hours upon hours of games. Through my good streaks and mild to OTT anger outbursts, the Hybrid headset kept on holding and performing to its expected level. Through the total testing time, not once have I felt uncomfortable wearing this headset or needed a few minute break to recover from the experience. With this said we are happy with the general set up on offer, the VOID Hybrid may be a little flash with all its cool features but when it comes down to the user experience I believe that Corsair has excelled.


Build quality and aesthetically, the headset was a little creaky in places but generally constructed well in most places. The only fault we could find would be that the 90-degree rotation of the headphones, although a cool feature and helpful for transporting a large headset like this, did mean that a snug fit was not achievable unless pushing both sides inwards. This could be because of me having a very weird shaped face, but numerous reports from other users have stated that this design isn’t the greatest as no human face is flat on either side.

We do feel that even with the great performance, acceptable build quality and cool additional on-board control features, it doesn’t seem to justify the price tag on offer. This may be due to the slightly cheap plastic used for the general structure and lack of a serious WOW factor but all the same, the VOID does perform extremely well in all aspects and tests it took part in.

Overall, we are very impressed with the functionality and performance of the Corsair VOID Hybrid. Offering a great platform for communications and audio, with a good balance of cool additional features with a great price. So because of this, we would like to award the VOID Hybrid with the Play3r Performance award for all around good performance as a gaming and everyday headset.


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