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Hey everyone, Today, we’ve got a big update to our HS headset family! If you’re looking for a Discord-Certified headset with a flip-up microphone that conveys your calls and commands in crystal-clear clarity, you’re going to want to check these out! Here’s a few quick highlights: HS65 SURROUND You’ll be able to comfortably game all-day without any issues with leatherette memory foam ear cups rimmed with soft, breathable fabric, adjustable headband, and measly weight of 260g. With SoundID Technology, the HS65 SURROUND is capable of having its EQ specifically tailor to your ears without the hassle of dials through an easy setup process via iCUE. Get a scope of how it works on both videos below! When in the middle of action, Dolby® Audio 7.1 Surround Sound allows you to accurately hear the direction of enemy fire, or the encroaching footsteps of a potential foe. HS55 STEREO & HS55 SURROUND Enjoy hours of comfy gaming with leatherette memory foam ear cups, adjustable headband, and light weight of 273g. Equipped with high-quality, custom-tuned 50mm neodymium audio drivers that will deliver the audio punch you need to hear everything going on. Click the following for more information: HS55 STEREO, HS55 SURROUND, HS65 SURROUND. We’ve put together a quick FAQ and comparison chart below. Q: Can I use these headsets with my console? A: Yep! These headsets are widely compatible with PlayStation 4/5, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and even mobile devices via either wired USB or 3.5mm connection. It is worth noting that these headsets’ cable length is 1.8 m/~6 ft long. Q: Will I get Dolby Audio 7.1 Surround Sound on console? A: Dolby Audio 7.1 Surround Sound is available on PC and Mac, and enabled via iCUE. There is no console support with Dolby Audio. There may be other alternatives – for example the PlayStation 5’s Tempest 3D Audio, which these headsets are compatible with.
Hi I'm fairly new here, so sorry if I am not that "correct" from the very beginning. When I updated Windows 10 to 1803, my Void headset stopped being surround. Checking in CUE if it was activated, enabling/disabling, rebooting, reinstalling drivers, reinstalling CUE, installing iCue instead, nothing does. Even the device manager is useless at this point. Windows sees it as an 8 channel 16bit 48000hz device, but I get no surround and even Windows Spatial sound is grayed out. I've seen however that there was a workaround for the wireless Void, but I could not find anything for the USB version. What can I do?
The Corsair Gaming VOID gaming headsets is the newest addition to our gaming headset peripherals. When paired with CUE – you can craft your own dynamic lighting configurations as well as create and program EQ settings. VOID is designed for gamers with game-enhancing sound, a modern ultra-comfortable design, and on-headset-controls that provide instant one-hand adjustment to key audio settings. Features Dolby 7.1 Dolby Pro Logic llx will enable multi-channel surround for accurate positional audio. RGB Lighting Each ear cup is equipped with RGB LEDs for individual customization or synchronization with other Corsair RGB devices using CUE LINK. CUE Control There was a conscious effort to bring controls up to the left side of the headset, enabling quick changes without having to find a cord-based volume/mute control or button, so players could keep their finger on the trigger – or their mouse in most cases. InfoMic InfoMic is a new feature for our headsets, it provides a visual indicator providing mic status, Dolby status, battery levels, and connectivity status. Unidirectional noise-cancelling microphone makes gamers’ voices loud and clear. Microfiber-wrapped memory foam ear pads VOID was intended for long gaming sessions and the memory foam ear pads add extra comfort. 2.4 GHz wireless and battery We have improved our wireless chipset which uses less power (up to a battery life of 16 hours) and still provides cordless freedom up to 40 feet. Efficient 50mm neodymium drivers VOID is using new custom 50mm neodymium drivers to deliver immersive audio. USB extension dock for wireless receiver VOID Yellowjacket comes with a USB extension dock and could be used as a phone cradle as well. Corsair Utility Engine The VOID gaming headset can be programmed and controlled with CUE (Corsair Utility Engine), the same software used for Corsair’s RGB keyboards and mice. CUE allows users to configure the ear cup lighting, InfoMic LED notifications for mic status and battery status, and create up to 5 different EQ profiles. Gamers can also use our newest feature “CUE Link” which allows lighting effects to synchronize over all Corsair RGB devices. CUE customization will be available meaning you’ll be able to adjust the RGB back-lighting on the ear cups to Solid, Pulses, Flashing, and color shifts similar to our mice. When you first install CUE, you’ll be able to select pre-set lighting patterns such as Rainbow Pulse (ear cups will “breathe” different colors of the rainbow). Users will also be able to adjust the speeds and color of each lighting effects. In addition to lighting, Void uses CUE or Corsair Utility Engine to adjust mic levels, Dolby on/off, sidetone on/off, and EQ. CUE comes 5 EQ profiles (Pure Direct, Bass Boost, FPS Competition Mode, Clear Chat, Movie Theater). Advance Users can customize their own EQ profile and set up to 5 on the fly profiles that can be controlled through CUE control. CUE Control functions CUE Control allows users to make adjustments to CUE without having to leave the game and enter the software. Adjust Volume - Turn dial upwards to increase volume. Turn dial downward to decrease volume. Change EQ Profile - A quick press will cycle through 5 EQ profiles. EQ profiles can be changed in the CUE software. Toggle Dolby 7.1 - Pressing and holding the dial will toggle Dolby on and off.We’re very excited to add VOID to the RGB family. VOID represents our attempts to create the most advanced gaming headset with a focus on sound, comfort, and ease-of-use. We are constantly improving CUE, and there may be additional features that were not covered in this guide. We encourage all of our reviewers to spend some time using the various headset settings, especially the lighting and EQ profiles, to get a thorough sense of the near-limitless capabilities of this product. Also, try to get familiar with our CUE ecosystem since this version of the software will allow profiles and lighting options across all platforms (headset, mouse, and keyboard). Specifications: Model Void Wireless SE Void Wireless Void USB Type 2.4 GHz Wireless (USB 2.0 receiver) 2.4 GHz Wireless (USB 2.0 receiver) Wired USB 2.0 Available Colors Yellow Jacket Carbon Carbon Backlight Ear cups (RGB) Ear cups (RGB) Ear cups (RGB) Audio Dolby 7.1 Dolby 7.1 Dolby 7.1 Driver 50mm Neodymium 50mm Neodymium 50mm Neodymium Frequency Response 20Hz – 20kHz 20Hz – 20kHz 20Hz – 20kHz Impedance 32 Ohms @ 1kHz 32 Ohms @ 1kHz 32 Ohms @ 1kHz Mic Type Unidirectional noise cancelling Unidirectional noise cancelling Unidirectional noise cancelling Mic Impedance 2.2k Ohms 2.2k Ohms 2.2k Ohms Mic Frequency Response 100Hz – 10kHz 100Hz – 10kHz 100Hz – 10kHz Mic Sensitivity -37 dB (± 3 dB) -37 dB (± 3 dB) -37 dB (± 3 dB) Dimensions 228mm(L) x 242mm(W) x 108mm(H) 228mm(L) x 242mm(W) x 108mm(H) 228mm(L) x 242mm(W) x 108mm(H) Product Weight 388g / 0.85lb 388g / 0.85lb 388g / 0.85lb Warranty 2 years 2 years 2 years MSRP $149.99 $129.99 $99.99