Question Which gaming headset is better, the CORSAIR VOID PRO RGB WIRELESS, or the SteelSeries Arctis 5?

Dizahsin (Dion)

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Hello, Forum! ? ?

I’ve recently been needing a pair of gaming headphones to use. I use a wired SONY headset with no mic, volume or features. I play a lot of different games, and a pair of stable, comfortable, and great-audio headphones with a mic is the way to go.

So I’ve looked up different reviews, and I found the top 2 headphones under $100 to be: the CORSAIR VOID PRO RGB WIRELESS GAMING HEADSET, and the SteelSeries Arctis 5 2019 Edition. I read many different reviews on the Arctis 5, Cloud Alpha, and some reviews on Corsair’s headset. I removed the Cloud Alpha because of its lack of comfortability, USB support, RGB, and computer software, but I found the VOID PRO easygoing and simple to use. ✔

So, which headset is better in:

-Audio
-Software
-Mic
-Comfortability


(P.S. In some cases, the Arctis 5 ? May outwin the VOID PRO, but who knows?)

Thank you and if you’re still reading this may your day be blessed! ✝??? ?
 

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Comparison:

CORSAIR VOID PRO RGB WIRELESS GAMING HEADSET


Bluetooth:
No, wireless via USB

RGB:
Yes

Max Hz:
20kHz

Min Hz:
20Hz

Microphone:
Yes

Microphone Frequency Response:
100Hz to 10kHz

Release date:
August 22, 2017

Price:
$99

Weight:
1.8 pounds

Surround:
Yes

Detachable Microphone:
No

Battery Life:
16hrs

Sensitivity:
107dB (+/-3dB)

Wireless Range:
Up to 40 feet (12m)

Discord Certified:
Yes

SteelSeries Arctis 5 2019 Edition

Bluetooth:
No, wireless adapter USB and detachable wire

RGB:
Yes

Max Hz:
22kHz

Min Hz:
20Hz

Microphone:
Yes

Microphone Frequency Response:
100Hz – 10kHz

Release date:
2019

Price:
$99

Weight:
9.9 ounces

Surround:
Yes

Detachable Microphone:
No, retractable

Battery Life:
?

Sensitivity:
98 db

Wireless Range:
?

Discord Certified:
Yes
 

Dizahsin (Dion)

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Hello, Forum! ?

I’ve received my pocket money and now I’m in a hunt for Gaming Headsets.


I have $50, and I’ve looked up good Gaming Headsets that’ll do the job. I found the Razer Electra v2 for $39.99, the Astro A10, the Turtle Beach Recon 50, and then I have the HyperX Cloud Stinger.

Here’s some information about the headset:

Min Frequency: 18Hz
Max Frequency: 23kHz
Active Noise-Cancelling: No
Microphone: Yes, swivel-to-mute
Inline Headset Control: Yes, Volume Slider
Comfortable: Extremely
Audio: Excellent at Mid-Range, Bass/Low-Range & High-Range needs tuning - 50mm drivers, Perfect Stereo
Cost: $49.99
Design: Jet Black, Red HyperX Logo on each earcup.
Build: All Plastic, except metal slider
Warranty: 2
Connectivity: 3.5mm Analog Jack
Detachable Cable: No

I’m wondering, is this the right headset for me?
I would like at least a uni-directional mic that is clear enough so that my voice can be heard clearly
I wouldn’t NEED Surround sound, but a headset that has good audio and I can at least play games on, like Paladins, and Apex Legends.
I would want a headset comfortable that I can wear it for hours on end without having hot or sweaty ears.


What do you think? Should I get this? Or should I stick to another headset under $50?
 
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im new to this website but i have recently purchased the stingers, (did not meet my standards aka no surround, so they are going back for me) but i can answer most your questions saying yes, this would be a good fit for you. does have swivel to mute,volume slider, comfortable, good audio (not perfect), build is all plastic, you could get a warranty, and is 3.5mm jack
 

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