Corsair announced its Void Surround headset this week, and we've got one in our labs for testing. This set of cans brings a dash of red-and-black styling to the Void lineup, along with 7.1 surround-sound emulation and universal compatibility for PCs and consoles.
While Corsair's Void Stereo works with PCs and consoles alike, it doesn't do surround sound. The more expensive Void USB offers integrated surround sound mojo, but its hardwired USB connection only works with PCs. The Void Surround bridges this gap with a wired 3.5-mm jack for broad compatibility and an included USB dongle that does Dolby Headphone processing for PCs.
We're putting the Void Surround through its paces now. Stay tuned for our full review soon.
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