Ah, I see.

Well, the only one of the current VOID products I’ve used is the wireless one.

The USB version retains the RGB lighting and the Dolby Headphone support, and just connects to your PC over the USB cable instead of wirelessly. It is otherwise the same headset, so all of the positives and negatives from my above review still apply.

The USB connection doesn’t really do anything on its own to improve your game experience, other than bypass your PC’s sound card if you don’t like the way it works/sounds. Also, with a USB headset you’re limited to only ever connecting through USB, so you couldn’t use it with a console or your phone.

Just something to think about.

I like the Void, but honestly I’d still probably rather have the A10 for its better mic, less funky design, and more flexible connection options..but it’s not a huge gap in quality.

Since it sounds like you’re on a PC, you can already get surround sound for free through either Windows Sonic (if you’re on Windows 10) or using the free version of Razer surround…so the 7.1 processing software that comes with the VOID isn’t a big factor. The VOID doesn’t have 7.1 drivers, it’s just a standard stereo headset outside that software…just like 99 percent of gaming headsets.

Hope that helps you out! Thanks for pointing out the sale, that’s not a bad deal.

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