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Just picked a pair of these up recently and I love mine. Not the lowest price they've been but not everyone has a Frys to shop at either.

Simulated 7.1 surround sound, on-headset controls, flexible (but not removable) mic (that I've been told sounds nice and clear, has LED ring that lights up red when you're muted so you know). The mic at it's lowest point sits directly in front of your mouth, great for speech, not so great if you're used to having your mic lower like I am to stay out of your vision.

These have super comfortable ACTUALLY OVER EAR memory foam pads. Super sturdy construction and decent noise isolation. The headband padding is exceptional as well.

USB cable isn't very long, however so I needed to use a(n?) USB extender to get the cable long enough to run behind my monitor to my PC.

My only major gripe is they are fairly loose on your head. Lean forward or backward and they WILL slide. I'm still looking around to see if theres any ways to tighten them or add some kind of grips to the headband but haven't found anything so far.

From the site -

"Locate your enemy easily with this Corsair Void Pro headset. The genuine Dolby 7.1 surround sound and 50mm neodymium speaker drivers let you detect every sound, and the unidirectional microphone helps cancel out surrounding noises. This Corsair Void Pro headset has an LED mute indicator, so you know at a glance when you're live."

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I enjoy using this headset so much. I have tried headsets up to $150 and none have performed as well as these. They are the most comfortable headsets I have used. For regular conversational and in-game chatting, they're perfect; that said, I would recommend these for recording purposes because the audio isn't the best.

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How is this versus hyper cloud 2?
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Need true 7.1 (or even 5.1). Good deal tho.

Edit: would these be much better than my non gaming Sony MDR-XB500 for hearing and locating enemy footsteps in cod?
Buy a set of Phillips s9500's
I think they're on sale right now anyway.

Get any set of open cans and let software help with the footsteps
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Buy a set of Phillips s9500's
I think they're on sale right now anyway.

Get any set of open cans and let software help with the footsteps
Can u link plz
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Buy a set of Phillips s9500's
I think they're on sale right now anyway.

Get any set of open cans and let software help with the footsteps
Open backed headsets seem odd to me. Then again I've never used a pair, but I generally try to suppress fan/background noise from my house (not my PC) WITH the headset so maybe that's why the concept is odd. It's like the sound is "in the room" with open backs, as opposed to "in your head", right?

As for Sir David, locational audio is great with these for me. I've been playing Fortnite and I can tell exactly where someone is when I'm using these.
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I enjoy using this headset so much. I have tried headsets up to $150 and none have performed as well as these. They are the most comfortable headsets I have used. For regular conversational and in-game chatting, they're perfect; that said, I would recommend these for recording purposes because the audio isn't the best.

Tofu Vic
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Philips SHP9500S Over-Ear Headphone Exclusive - Black http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...26-138-190

Not sure if this is the lowest they've ever been but these are well worth the money
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Open backed headsets seem odd to me. Then again I've never used a pair, but I generally try to suppress fan/background noise from my house (not my PC) WITH the headset so maybe that's why the concept is odd. It's like the sound is "in the room" with open backs, as opposed to "in your head", right?

As for Sir David, locational audio is great with these for me. I've been playing Fortnite and I can tell exactly where someone is when I'm using these.
I agree with you about that concept. They aren't for loud environments. You hear everyone, they all hear what you hear. But they do create a wider soundstage (same thing as your in the room / in your ear concept)
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Buy a set of Phillips s9500's
I think they're on sale right now anyway.

Get any set of open cans and let software help with the footsteps
I have open headphones. What software are you referring to? I play MW3, btw.
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I have open headphones. What software are you referring to? I play MW3, btw.
There are tons. If it's a PC, then your board maker will likely always have software that coordinates with whatever codec is installed to the board. All the major gaming headset manufactures all have a software suite as well
I honestly have no idea for console lol I don't play on those things
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There are tons. If it's a PC, then your board maker will likely always have software that coordinates with whatever codec is installed to the board. All the major gaming headset manufactures all have a software suite as well
I honestly have no idea for console lol I don't play on those things
Yeah, that's too bad. I play on PS3 until I have enough money saved up for a $1.5k gaming build for PUBG and such.
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Yeah, that's too bad. I play on PS3 until I have enough money saved up for a $1.5k gaming build for PUBG and such.
Then get these for sure m8. I use a set of refurbished Astro A40's that we're on sale here for like $70 a few weeks back. I assume both headsets would be nearly the same. Amazing unit. I use them more than my Beyer's
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Yeah, that's too bad. I play on PS3 until I have enough money saved up for a $1.5k gaming build for PUBG and such.
You don't need to spend that much for a PC. Prices have been coming down on RAM and GPUs.

I could build you one for around $1k that would do 1080p at 60fps at max settings in most games. Look up Tech Hippies IT Shack on FB if you want. Even offer pay-as-you-go plans.
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