Reviews by Topic

Our analysis shows how reviewers feel about different topics. Please note these are not full reviews.

Bluetooth Connectivity

Corsair Void RGB Elite

(1/1)

) Hold down the power button on the headset until you hear verbal confirmation that the headset is linked. If this review helped in any way, please mark it as helpful.

Positive
J
2 years ago

Fit

Corsair Void RGB Elite

(1/2)

Comfortable headset for larger head, falls off of smaller heads. The ear cuffs rotate so you can lay the headset flat on the table. The ear cuffs are comfortable and not hot. Decent quality audio and mic

Positive
J
2 years ago

Hifiman Ananda Headphones

(1/3)

Most of the well known stuff under $2000 and I landed on the Ananda. Price was not an issue, I would have kept the double-expensive Arya if I preferred it, but I didn't. The sound signature of the Ananda is superior for me. Keep in mind I am very open to EQ, as proven by my choice of the RME ADI-2 DAC

Positive
Janine W.
10 months ago

Comfort

Corsair Void RGB Elite

(1/1)

Comfortable headset for larger head, falls off of smaller heads. The ear cuffs rotate so you can lay the headset flat on the table. The ear cuffs are comfortable and not hot. Decent quality audio and mic

Positive
J
2 years ago

Hifiman Ananda Headphones

(1/2)

The headband fit is secure and also quite comfortable, with a thin leather strap that rests atop your head while the matte black band rises over the top, never making contact with you.

Positive
Tim Gideon
2 months ago

Sound Quality

Corsair Void RGB Elite

(1/2)

I am returning these and going for the Sennheiser set and hopefully the sound quality, setup and design will be better with those, even though the reviews are kind of terrible too. Also, they took forever to get here. I ordered them on the 9th and they got here on the 14th. Not as quick as advertised when buying

Negative
LIATA
2 years ago

Hifiman Ananda Headphones

(1/3)

Before you get too excited about the rating at the top of the page, however, keep in mind the HiFiMan Ananda headphones reviewed here cost $999. That's no typo—three 9s. Their planar magnetic drivers and open design provide a superb sense of space and detail throughout the frequency range. In my testing, it felt like I was hearing some tracks I've listened to for years for the very first time

Positive
Tim Gideon
2 months ago

Price Point

Corsair Void RGB Elite

(1/1)

These are not worth the price at all. I typically buy headphones that I can switch between gaming and recording audio on, and I can already tell that trying to record music with these is going to be useless. I am returning these and going for the Sennheiser set and hopefully the sound quality, setup and design will be better with those, even though the reviews are kind of terrible too. Also, they took forever to get here

Negative
LIATA
2 years ago

Durability

Corsair Void RGB Elite

(1/1)

I can unplug them in the morning and be absolutely certain they will get me through a full work day. If I forget to charge them at night, they will still be fine for at least a few hours the next morning. Their connectivity has been rock solid - never disconnected unless I disconnect them by walking too far away, and then reconnecting instantly. I also love the flip-up micr acting as a mute switch not visible to others on a Zoom call

Positive
Jeffrey Peterman
1 year ago

Hifiman Ananda Headphones

(1/1)

Anyway, this isn't a streaming review. Point is you absolutely have to drive these with good quality sources. I read a ton of reviews before buying these and saw people saying you could drive these with a phone. Well, you can, I guess, but probably shouldn't

Negative
Chris W.
2 years ago