Design & Build QualityCorsair's Virtuoso RGB Wireless gaming headset features an aluminium frame, memory foam ear pads and headband and Neodymium drivers, all these measures mean the headset is fairly light and looks great.
One thing that hasn't suffered due to weight saving measures is the build quality which is superb, the headset feels extremely well built and comfortable, the scroll wheel offers plenty of resistance so you won't accidentally adjust the volume too much and the ear cups do rotate but they are rather firm which means that you get a great seal which helps noise isolation a great deal
The only things letting it down in our eyes are the RGB, which we don't view as useful on a headset, and the fact that our ears touch the inside of the ear cup, while this is okay for a little while it can lead to irritation in longer gaming sessions.
Audio QualityNext up we put the Virtuoso wireless gaming headset through it's paces in a multitude of settings, including PC Gaming & media consumption (both in the house and in public).
The Virtuoso RGB wireless gaming headset shines in gaming especially, from the booming of explosions to the whistle of bullets flying past your head this headset does extremely well in getting you into the zone when you're playing a game.
In terms of music consumption we did have to do some minor tweaking with the 10 band EQ in the iCUE software but that is something we'd recommend for everyone to do no matter what headset you're purchasing
Microphone TestDuring testing the Virtuoso RGB wireless gaming headset we used it for both Skype meetings and for talking to our team mates through Discord, the microphone performed well in both situations, the video below contains a demonstration of the microphone and the iCUE software as well, take a listen!