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CORSAIR - VOID Surround Hybrid Wired Stereo Gaming Headset for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One - Carbon $44.99 @ Bestbuy

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CORSAIR - VOID Surround Hybrid Wired Stereo Gaming Headset for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One - Carbon [bestbuy.com]

Experience immersive sound with this CORSAIR gaming headset. The 50mm neodymium drivers deliver impressive bass and full dynamic range, and the Dolby USB adapter provides high-detail sounds on a PC. The memory foam ear pads ensure comfort for extended gaming sessions, and the mobile connector of this CORSAIR gaming headset works with Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and mobile devices.

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Nice headphones good audio, mid-range in the line up. Larger heads will find it too snug and not comfortable for more then a few hours. Microphone ergonomics and audio are poor. I would skip this at this price as there are better options for less.
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I would skip this at this price as there are better options for less.
Off-topic (sorry OP) but would you mind suggesting a better option at or below this price point? I've slowly been accumulating cheap gaming headsets ($25 or less) over the past year or so, and they're all crap. At this point, I'd gladly spend a bit more on something I don't hate.
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Off-topic (sorry OP) but would you mind suggesting a better option at or below this price point? I've slowly been accumulating cheap gaming headsets ($25 or less) over the past year or so, and they're all crap. At this point, I'd gladly spend a bit more on something I don't hate.
He may be referring to the YMMV that keep popping up. Right now for Console Gaming I have purchased a few Turtle Beach, PDP, Logitech and others in the Price Range, but I haven't had a single issue with the Corsairs or their build/quality. I use the Void RGB Wireless right now and love em, I bought a pair of these to use with a second PC and PS4, but haven't heard anything bad in the price range compared to the Turtle Beach and others and the same argument keeps coming up about the "If you have a big head it's gonna hurt" Well, these things aren't exactly made for folks with big heads... none of them are. lol
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HyperX Cloud Stinger is the go to priced at $50. Unless you can spend about $100 or more. If you are on a tight budget the Emotion Each G1000 are hard to beat at $25ish. My 7yo and 9yo use these and they are so good for the price, I got myself a pair for gaming while traveling. Search Tom's Guide for a review.

I have exactly 9 headsets and most are very comfortable for larger heads (maybe not ginormous ones). it's two must have, comfortable for multiple hours and not too snug.
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HyperX Cloud Stinger is the go to priced at $50. Unless you can spend about $100 or more. If you are on a tight budget the Emotion Each G1000 are hard to beat at $25ish. My 7yo and 9yo use these and they are so good for the price, I got myself a pair for gaming while traveling. Search Tom's Guide for a review.

I have exactly 9 headsets and most are very comfortable for larger heads (maybe not ginormous ones). it's two must have, comfortable for multiple hours and not too snug.
For $25 you'd be better off trying your hand at Walmart for a Turtle Beach Clearance Deal, Getting the Logitech G230 or saving it. The Kotion G1000's and the G2000's I've had and sit awkward and are just as likely to break as work right. Never had the HyperX, but I've had the Corsair brand and they work fine on PC and PS4, but if you were buying for Xbox you'd want to stay away from those cheap ones anyway.
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HyperX Cloud Stinger is the go to priced at $50. Unless you can spend about $100 or more. If you are on a tight budget the Emotion Each G1000 are hard to beat at $25ish. My 7yo and 9yo use these and they are so good for the price, I got myself a pair for gaming while traveling. Search Tom's Guide for a review.

I have exactly 9 headsets and most are very comfortable for larger heads (maybe not ginormous ones). it's two must have, comfortable for multiple hours and not too snug.
Thanks for the HyperX suggestion, that one wasn't on my radar. I see a few on Amazon Warehouse Deals with an additional 20% discount...not sure how I feel about a used headset, and AWD is always a huge crapshoot - but the price seems pretty reasonable ($32 after discount).

The headsets I've tried most recently are wireless (i.e. TB 520 from a Target clearance deal, and the cheap Plantronics on SD a couple weeks ago) and I just find myself struggling to get them working consistently. Comfort isn't the issue; I simply can't seem to configure them correctly. I should just give up and go with a solid wired set, so the HyperX option sounds like a good one.
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So many Corsair headsets now. What's the difference between these and the Pro RGB?
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Just thought I'd add here that this is the old version of the Corsair Pro. Fry's had the newer Pro model for $39.99 after coupon a few days ago and I'm waiting for that deal again.
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