The sound signature of the Hyper X Cloud II is fun, with boosted bass and highs, while the mids are slightly recessed. This results in game or movie sound effects getting a lot of detail and oomph. However, dialogue and more midrange-centric sounds may sound a bit softer in comparison.
This headset's included dongle features a button to enable virtual 7.1 surround sound. This gives the headset's sound a much wider sound stage, with enhanced positional audio. This should help make it much easier for you to identify and determine where objects or other players are in the ga...
The 3.5mm cable on the headset is non removable so should it get damaged, it will be very hard to replace, and may involve RMA or extensive DIY repairs. This also means that the headset is not ideal for mobile use as you will have to deal with the cable when traveling.
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.
If the audio quality from the mic is of prime concern for you then this may not be the best option. While the sound is audible and has some clarity to it, it may also come off as quite tinny and compressed, as if you are speaking through a phone.
The bass-focused sound tuning of this headset results in powerful, fast and punchy bass that definitely adds a lot of excitement to gaming or movie audio. The highs are fairly clear and presents some good detail, while the mids take a bit of a back seat.