Corsair Announces Release Of The New Void Elite And HS Pro Gaming Headsets, And They All Have Upgraded Audio

Corsair Announces Release Of The New Void Elite And HS Pro Gaming Headsets, And They All Have Upgraded Audio
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American hardware company, Corsair, just announced a new line of Void and HS Pro gaming headset with better audio capacity. Both models will be sporting the new custom-tuned 50mm neodymium driver with an enhanced frequency range.

The Corsair Void Elite wireless series has been in the market since 2015 and also uses the 50mm drivers. These newly released headsets, however, will be equipped with tuned-in drivers, which increases the frequency range rating from 20Hz to a max of 30,000Hz.

This can also be boosted to a mid-level capacity of 20,000Hz. The expanded range of the new Corsair Void headset is expected to top gaming headset lists because of its higher frequency capacity.

Corsair will be releasing three models from its Void Elite Series, and this can be dependent on your preferred connection type. The Void RGB Elite Wireless includes a 2.4Hz dongle able to function for up to a maximum of 40 feet. Corsair’s Void RGB Elite USB features with a USB cable. And the Void Elite Surround will be powered by a USB adapter and the universal 3.5mm connector.

All Void Elite models will have a virtual 7.1 surround sound capacity and include the upgraded drivers. The Void Series was also redesigned with an omnidirectional microphone certified by Discord. This certification is a market guarantee for quality headsets and gaming peripherals.

The prices for the new Corsair Void Elite Series is from $79.99 for both the Elite Surround and the RGB Elite Wireless, and the RGB Elite will be priced at $99.99.

Also, Corsair is announcing the release of the HS Pro Series, which comes in with four different variants. All the models will be sporting the same 50mm neodymium drivers except with a lower frequency range.

The frequency rating of the HS Pro Series comes from 20Hz to 20,000Hz. The headsets will also have an updated version for its detachable microphones. And unlike the Void Series with RGB lighting and swivel cups, the HS Series will come with a traditional design.

Pricing for the HS Pro Series will be $49.99 for the HS45 Surround and the HS50 Pro Studio. The Corsair HS70 Pro Wireless will be available at $99.99. The Corsair HS60 Pro is valued at $69.99; however, it is on sale for only $49.99.

Corsair Components is known to create some of the most durable gaming accessories, and this new line increases its portfolio of highly reliable products.