Gaming Review: Logitech G Pro X vs Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless

First look at the G Pro X next to the Void RGB
First look at the G Pro X next to the Void RGB

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Wired versus wireless is no longer up for debate, with this headset sweeping the board against the competition.

We bought the Logitech G Pro X and Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless for this review comparison.

Logitech and Corsair are two industry-leading gaming headphone manufacturers. Both aim to provide the highest quality standards, and the G Pro X and Void RGB Elite reflect this ambition.

However, in this comparison, one headset is far superior in almost every aspect. But that doesn’t answer if the wired G Pro X can compete with the Void RGB Elite Bluetooth functionality.

Is wireless the deciding factor in this contest? Which headset swept the board against their competitor? Read on to find out.

Want to know how we rated each of these headsets? Check the individual reviews for the Logitech G Pro X and Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless.

Technical Specifications

Technical SpecificationLogitech G Pro XCorsair Void RGB Elite Wireless
FormClosed-back, Over-ear, wiredClosed-back, Over-ear, wireless
DriversHybrid mesh PRO-G 50mm dynamic drivers50mm high-density neodymium audio driver
Impedance35 Ohms32 Ohms @ 1kHz
Sensitivity91.7 dB116DBb (±3dB)
Frequency Response20Hz - 20kHz20Hz - 30kHz
Removable CableYesYes
Connector3.5mm plug and USBUSB Type A
MicYesYes
Weight320g390g
CompatibilityPC, PS4/PS5, Xbox 360/One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, Mobile devicesPC, PS4/PS5, Xbox One

Packaging and Accessories

Both headphones use cardboard for their packaging, but the G Pro X is more organized.
Both headphones use cardboard for their packaging, but the G Pro X is more organized.

The first impression I get from a headset is its packaging, and the packaging quality tends to reflect its overall stature. We’ll see if that holds true because one package is far better than the other.

Logitech G Pro X

In the box:

  • Logitech G Pro X headset
  • Cloth and leatherette ear pads
  • USB external sound card
  • Detachable mic
  • 2m cable with inline volume control and mute
  • Mobile cable with mute button
  • Y-split for separate mic and headset ports
  • Travel bag
The additional cloth ear pads and travel bag made the G Pro X unboxing stand out.
The additional cloth ear pads and travel bag made the G Pro X unboxing stand out.

The G Pro X come in cardboard packaging. This isn’t my favorite packaging, but it is well-organized. The extra accessories, like the cloth ear pads and travel bag, highlight my G Pro X unboxing experience. That’s because they give the impression that I’m getting far more than I paid for – and I am.

Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless

In the box:

  • Corsair RGB Elite wireless headphone
  • Wireless USB Bluetooth connector
  • Micro USB charging cable
  • Microphone foam windscreen
The Void RGB come with no additional accessories.
The Void RGB come with no additional accessories.

The Void RGB also use cardboard, but not as effectively as the G Pro X. The headset rests in the cardboard with no added protection. There are no additional accessories other than the Bluetooth connector and charging cable, which are standard for wireless headsets.

Winner: [Logitech G Pro X]

Packaging and Accessories Verdict

Although both headphones are packaged in cardboard, the G Pro X’s layout is more organized. More importantly, the Void RGB lack many additional accessories, making the latter an easy choice.

Design and Functionality

Logitech G Pro X

The G Pro X Limited League of Legends edition has to be one of the most visually appealing headsets on the market. I like the blue and gold color scheme that extends all the way down to the stitching. The ear cups have a Logitech and League of Legends stamp on each outer shell.

Close look at the blue and gold color pattern that even goes down to embroidered gold stitching.
Close look at the blue and gold color pattern that even goes down to embroidered gold stitching.

The functionality of the G Pro X is limited to a mute and volume dial on the main connective cord. The mobile cable has a mute button but no volume dial. Other than that, there’s nothing else to discuss regarding the headset’s functionality.

Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless

The Void RGB Elite Wireless design is unusual. The earcups are nearly triangular, and the headband sits further forward than most headphones. I find the black, white, and grey color scheme rather bland.

You can see the design of the Void RGB ear cups, which are almost square in shape.
You can see the design of the Void RGB ear cups, which are almost square in shape.

The Void RGB have the same functionality as the G Pro X but in different ways. For example, the on/off and mute mic button are on the outside of the left ear cup. The charging port and volume dial rest on the bottom of the same ear cup. I prefer this over the G Pro X design.

Winner: [Logitech G Pro X]

Design and Functionality Verdict

G Pro X standard headphone design compared to the Void RGB unconventional design.
G Pro X standard headphone design compared to the Void RGB unconventional design.

I do prefer the buttons on the earcup rather than on the connective wiring. However, I’m not a fan of the Void RGB’s odd design and dull color scheme.

Despite my preference for the Void RGB’s control layout, the G Pro X offers the same features but a far better design and aesthetic, giving them the win.

Comfort

Logitech G Pro X

You can clearly see the G Pro X headband needs more cushioning.
You can clearly see the G Pro X headband needs more cushioning.

A neat comfort feature on the G Pro X is the air vents in the back of the ear cups. The improved airflow ensures they never get too hot or humid with extended sessions. Additionally, the cloth and leatherette ear cups are plush, making either a great choice.

The G Pro X headband occasionally gives me aches during long sessions, which is the only downfall in the headset’s comfort. There isn’t enough padding to support their hold on your head, but most of the time, I can fix it with a simple adjustment.

Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless

The Void RGB ear cups fit the entirety of my ear, but don't make a complete seal at the bottom.
The Void RGB ear cups fit the entirety of my ear, but don’t make a complete seal at the bottom.

The Void RGB design is unusual, which has some implications for their comfort. The headset is very loose on my head, and I can easily shake the headset off. The earcups don’t form a solid seal around my ears, particularly at the bottom.

On the positive side, the headband never gives me aches, most likely due to the headset’s lightweight build and materials.

Winner: [Logitech G Pro X]

Comfort Verdict

Both headphones have their issues with comfort. The G Pro X headband gives me aches during long gaming sessions. The VOID RGB is extremely loose-fitting, and the ear cups do not form a perfect seal around my ears. They are opposites; the G Pro X ear cups are fantastic, and the Void RGB headband doesn’t cause me any discomfort.

That just leaves the Void RGB’s loose fit. It’s not uncomfortable but is awkward and hard to get used to. As a result, the G Pro X wins.

Build Quality

Logitech G Pro X

I noted that the Packaging and Asseccories section typically reflects the quality of other areas of the headset, and that’s precisely the case with the G Pro X. The high-quality materials used in the G Pro X demonstrate that Logitech has put thought and care into its headset.

Hard gold colored yolks that connect the ear cup to the headband on the G Pro X.
Hard gold colored yolks that connect the ear cup to the headband on the G Pro X.

The earcups have a tough outer plastic shell, and the headband shows excellent resistance. The part that impresses me the most is the yolk that connects the headband to the earcups, which is about as durable as you can ask for.

Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless

On the other hand, the Void RGB don’t reassure me regarding their build quality. The headband is barely flexible, and something feels like it’s ready to give when I stretch them out enough.

The Void RGB connective yolk is less durable than the G Pro X.
The Void RGB connective yolk is less durable than the G Pro X.

The yolk that connects the headband to the ear cup feels like I could snap it if I tried. Obviously, I’m not going to, but if it accidentally stretches enough, there’s a chance they can break. Aside from that, the material is solid but not as reinforced as the G Pro X.

Winner: [Logitech G Pro X]

Build Quality Verdict

Side by side look at how the G Pro X and Void RGB incorporate the same materials with different structures.
Side by side look at how the G Pro X and Void RGB incorporate the same materials with different structures.

Both headphones use plastic as the main material for their build quality, but both are of good quality. However, when it comes down to putting stress on the joints and testing the resistance of the headband, I get the feeling that the Void RGB can and may break.

I don’t get this feeling at all with the G Pro X, once again giving it another victory.

Mic Quality

Logitech G Pro X

The G Pro X mic gives me consistently clear audio. I don’t have any trouble with the mic aside from that it has a hard time with background noise. This is the case for most headphones, but unlike most, there is a way to combat it

The G Pro X Mic works with the Logitech G Hub on PC. In the BLUE VO!CE software, there are numerous mic customization options, and community presets.

The Logitech G Hub is truly flexible due to the large list of customization options. What’s more, there are community presets to easily equip your mic with the right settings for any situation. I simply search for “Noisy Background,” apply the preset, and the mic easily combats background noise.

Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless

The VOID RGB mic works as intended, and my audio sounds clear and never cuts out, considering it’s a Bluetooth headset. However, my voice through the mic is much quieter than most headsets.

I first noticed this issue while gaming with friends who repeatedly mentioned it. I turned up the headset’s mic output, and I’m still not super loud. It’s not the worst issue in the world, but my teammates typically miss my call-outs when lots of loud noises occur in an FPS.

Winner: [Logitech G Pro X]

Mic Quality Verdict

Side by side comparison of the G Pro X and Void RGB mic design.
Side by side comparison of the G Pro X and Void RGB mic design.

I’m happy that the Void RGB never drops the wireless connection. However, they can use a higher microphone output since my voice is too quiet.

On the other hand, I have zero complaints about the G Pro X. They impress me with their ability to combat background noise through the Logitech G Hub. With this in mind, it’s hard not to give them the win.

Connectivity

Logitech G Pro X

The G Pro X is compatible with all devices through the included 2m PC/console cable and secondary mobile cable. They also come with a Y-splitter for the separate 3.5mm audio ports on PC.

All the cords make the G Pro X compatible with all devices.
All the cords make the G Pro X compatible with all devices.

The USB external sound card has a female 3.5mm audio port to plug your headset into. This allows use of the Logitech G Hub, but only on PC.

Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless

The Void RGB Elite are not compatible with all devices since they are a Bluetooth headset. The Wireless USB Bluetooth connector makes them compatible with PC, PS4/PS5, and Xbox One, covering most platforms.

Closer look at the charging cable and USB Bluetooth connector that enables the Void RGB Elite's wireless connectivity.
Closer look at the charging cable and USB Bluetooth connector that enables the Void RGB Elite’s wireless connectivity.

I never have issues with the connection dropping, other than when they shut off on very low battery power. I can use the headphones while charging, so there aren’t any real issues regarding Bluetooth performance.

Tie: [Logitech G Pro X & Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless]

Connectivity Verdict

I decidedly give both headphones a tie for connectivity.

Sure, the G Pro X is compatible with more devices and enables the Logitech G Hub for PC through the USB external sound card, which is a special feature. It really comes down to preference if you want the Bluetooth freedom of the Void RGB or the extensive audio options of the G Pro X.

Sound Quality

Comparing sound quality on PC

Logitech G Pro X

Safe to say, playing Apex Legends with the Logitech G Hub enabled, the G Pro X gives me great sound quality. Even without the G Hub, I get clear audio delivery from the 7.1 surround sound, with a good balance of the highs, mids, and lows.

The Logitech G Hub for the G Pro X brings my sound quality experience on PC to an unmatched level of immersion.
The Logitech G Hub for the G Pro X brings my sound quality experience on PC to an unmatched level of immersion.

I’m already impressed with the G Pro X Sound Quality, but the Logitech G Hub takes it up a notch. I can prioritize specific settings such as pitch and equalizer, and there are many community presets for Apex Legends to optimize my audio for the game.

Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless

The first thing I notice is that the Void RGB Elite 7.1 surround sound isn’t as precise as the G Pro X. I can still detect its presence, but it’s hard to pick up on when there are a lot of sounds.

The Void RGB Elite 7.1 surround sound is lacking, but the FPS Competition preset improves performance.
The Void RGB Elite 7.1 surround sound is lacking, but the FPS Competition preset improves performance.

The Void RGB Elite comes equipped with iCUE software, which is similar to the Logitech G Hub, but with far less customization options. It activates the 7.1 surround sound for PC and also gives presets such as “FPS Competition”. I rely on this preset the most since it delivers the best sonic performance.

Comparing sound quality on Console

Logitech G Pro X

I have a much different experience with the G Pro X on console because they lose the Logitech G HUB and 7.1 surround sound. I can still make out directional cues, but they’re far less distinct.

I could hear this player enter through the door with the G Pro X directional audio on console, even without 7.1 surround sound.
I could hear this player enter through the door with the G Pro X directional audio on console, even without 7.1 surround sound.

Without optimizing the audio, I do notice the lows take over the mids of gunshots, which tend to be rather loud in Call of Duty. I don’t have any other complaints besides that, but it’s clear the G Pro X audio performance is better on PC than on console.

Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless

The Corsair Void RGB Elite shows equal performance on console as PC. The directional audio is quieter than the G Pro X, often causing the lows to drown out the mids and highs. Although the audio is usually decent, at times, I just can’t rely on it.

In this case I could hear the location of this players shots with the Void RGB Elite since no other in-game sounds were present.
In this case I could hear the location of this players shots with the Void RGB Elite since no other in-game sounds were present.

Winner: [Logitech G Pro X]

Sound Quality Verdict

Regardless if you’re gaming on PC or console, or whether you want Bluetooth or not, the G Pro X is the better pick. They lose the Logitech G Hub on console, but the sound quality performance is better than the Void RGB Elite even without it.

If you’re playing on PC, there isn’t a solid reason to go with the Void RGB Elite over the G Pro X. The Logitech G Hub makes the G Pro X sound quality far superior.

Overall Winner

One last look at the different design and aesthetic of the G Pro X and Void RGB Elite.
One last look at the different designs and aesthetics of the G Pro X and Void RGB Elite.

Overall Winner: [Logitech G Pro X]

Winner of each section

  • Packaging and Accessories: Logitech G Pro X
  • Design and Functionality: Logitech G Pro X
  • Comfort: Logitech G Pro X
  • Build Quality: Logitech G Pro X
  • Mic Quality: Logitech G Pro X
  • Connectivity: Tie: Logitech G Pro X & Corsair Void RGB Elite Wireless
  • Sound Quality: Logitech G Pro X
Key SimilaritiesKey Differences
Both have 7.1 surround sound on PC.
Both offer the same functionality options.
Both have customizable audio interfaces.
Both mics have trouble combating background noise.
The G Pro X are compatible with all devices.
The Void RGB Elite are only compatible with PC, PS4/PS5, and Xbox One.
The G Pro X have better accessories including a travel bag and cloth ear pads.
The G Pro X are wired while the Void RGB Elite are wireless.
The Logitech G Hub for the G Pro X is far better than the iCUE software for the Void RGB Elite Wireless.
The G Pro X have better sound quality on both PC and console than the Void RGB Elite.

Conclusion

The Void RGB Elite are a quality Bluetooth headset, but they don't compare to the G Pro X.
The Void RGB Elite are a quality Bluetooth headset, but they don’t compare to the G Pro X.

In my mind, there’s no debate about choosing the Void RGB Elite over the G Pro X. If you primarily game on PC, it’s not even up for question. Even if you want a Bluetooth headset to game on console without worrying about wiring, there are better, cheaper options.

The G Pro X sweep the Void RGB Elite in almost all areas, making them the better option. Nonetheless, the Void RGB Elite are still a solid headset, but they don’t compare to the G Pro X.

đź’¬ Conversation: 2 comments

  1. Thanks for this comparison, i want to ask you what your idea about logitech g pro x for daily use beside gaming like enjoying music, remote work meeting?

  2. May i add that (in my country) the logitech is 200€ more expensive? So i woild be shocked if the corsair won.

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