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I have an HS 70 Pro that I have been using with my Mac Pro as a wired USB device without difficulty for about a year. I am now trying to pair it with my Mac Book Pro as a wireless device. Bluetooth shows a BDP-S6700 (? code for the headset). If the code is correct, then it has paired. Still the iCue software will not identify the headset so I can use it. So either the code is incorrect or I am screwing up something. Note that I have also tried this as a wired USB device on the Mac Book Pro. Any ideas, suggestion, or other help appreciated. Thanks.
I just purchased a Void RGB Elite Wireless headset. I already had iCue installed on my computer, as I use a Corsair keyboard, but the headset will not show up in iCue. As a result, I am unable to change the lighting on the headset, or modify a number of settings, having to rely on the insufficient settings native to Windows 10. Additionally, the volume of my microphone is insufficient, even when moved very close to my mouth and turned all the way up, likely for the same reason. I have attempted to do a clean wipe/install of iCue several times, and this did not fix the problem. I have also verified that the corsair audio drivers have installed. Thank you in advance for any assistance.