Explosions can sound really good with the G933 as the bass is quite powerful. You'll be able to experience a lot of rumble and punch from the lower frequencies. Also, the upper mids and the highs are quite boosted. This gives a nice thickness and warmth to the sound. Voices from game dialogue...
The G933 Artemis is praised for its extremely long wireless range, up to 30 feet indoors and even 40 feet outdoors. Stability is also excellent: the wireless functionality doesn't distort the audio quality at all.
This headset has adjustable lighting, so you can choose a RGB-color in the software suite of the headset. You can also adjust the equalizer, surround sound settings, and you can allocate shortcuts and macro's to programmable buttons on the left ear cup.
The included microphone of the headset isn't terrible, but it's definitely a bit disappointing for a wireless headset in this price range. Voices have a hollow touch when recorded, which makes it seem a bit unnatural.
Battery life is average at best. In most cases, the headset will last around 12 hours. However, actual battery life may vary depending on the adjustable lightning, in some cases a full charge will only last 8 hours. The battery is removable.
Audio from the mic is clear without too much distortion. Also, it doesn't sound tinny like most integrated mics do, so teammates will clearly hear your voice. The mic also has great noise cancelling properties, so button/keyboard presses or mouse clicks will be near-inaudible.
The highs are what make this headset sound good. They are slightly boosted yet are not harsh, which results in a lot of detail. Bass reproduction is okay. While there is not a lot of bass rumble and punch, the bass is present enough to prevent the sound from being too lean. The mids are slightly...
The ear cups are large and thick. The headband is also pretty large, and is comprised of a number of plastic pieces. This will look quite big on the head and will most certainly take a lot of space on your desk.
The Man O' War is made primarily of plastic parts. This can make the headset feel cheap and flimsy as the product, specifically the headband and ear cups, flex easily and make a lot of creaks when held or moved.
The wireless connectivity of the Corsair VOID Gaming is without a doubt its most important feature, and reviewers praise the wireless stability of the headset, with no distortion or loss of signal quality. The maximum range of the VOID is 20 feet, although ten feet is ideal.
The Virtual 7.1 Dolby Surround implemented in the Corsair VOID Wireless doesn't always work well and mostly depends on the game or media you're playing. It can prove to be a huge advantage, while sometimes it's actually preferable to use the standard stereo setting. Tweaking via the inc...
For those that have really good sound cards sadly their tech will not be able to be taken advantage of as these headphones use an inbuilt chip that will be limited in comparison to some of the better cards out there. Sadly there is no way around this.