Costco has a bundle that includes the Corsair Void RGB Elite wireless headset and the Corsair ST100 RGB Premium stand on sale for $139.99. Individually you can find the Corsair Void headset for around $100 at retailers like Best Buy and the ST100 stand goes for $70 at Best Buy. Costco's deal basically takes $30 off the price by putting the two of them together.
The headphones have premium, custom-tuned 50mm high-density neodymium audio drivers with an expanded frequency range. What that means for you - high-quality audio with crystal clear mids and low, rumbling bass. You'll love the audio coming from this headset even while it immerses you in a virtual 7.1 surround sound audio experience. The headset actually creates multiple audio channels to simulate the function of surround sound. With powerful drivers, you'll hear every step of the enemy behind you and every boom of the action in front.
In addition to the great audio, you'll stay comfortable forever with these on your head. The Void Elite have breathable microfiber mesh fabric and memory foam earpads. The memory foam will fit to your head and give you the best possible fit every time you put them on, and the microfiber mesh fabric will keep you from sweating or feeling weighed down by the headset after gaming for a while.
The stand is made with a durable aluminum and uses an iconic display that helps show off your favorite headset. The bottom has dynamic RGB lighting with nine zones for unlimited color options. The side has a 3.5mm audio input that allows you to enable a full range Stereo or 7.1 Surround Sound multi-channel audio experience. There are also two USB 3.1 inputs to provide charging power and fast speeds for your headset, phone, and other devices.
Use Corsair's iCue software to customize the lights on both devices and adjust the audio equalizer settings.
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