Logitech G430 Vs Corsair Void Pro: Which is Better?

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This is the review and comparison of Logitech G430 and the Corsair Void Pro headsets. Both are very competitive and good mid-range headsets in the headset world. Check out which one is better for you.

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Logitech G430Corsair Void Pro
Very comfortable.
Smart physical design.
Decent sound.
Good price.
Great sound quality.
Recording quality is good.
Nice design.
Limited software features.
Music sounds unimpressive.
Surround sound doesn’t deliver.
Mic sometimes doesn’t turn on automatically.
Only the logo is RGB.


SeriesLogitech Headset
Headphones Form FactorFull sizeFull size
Headphone Technology
Sound Output ModeSurround Soundstereo
Frequency Response20Hz-20KHz20Hz-20KHz
Sensitivity90dB SPL/mW107dB +/- 3dB
Impedance32 ohm32 ohm
Diaphragm1.6 in2 in
Microphone Technologyelectret condenser
Response Bandwidth50Hz-18KHz100Hz-10KHz
Impedance-2.2K ohm
Width7.2 in 9.1 in
Depth3.5 in4.3 in
Height7.4 in9.6 in
Weight8.99 oz13.76 oz
FeaturesOn-cable Controls Sound control close at hand.

Dolby Headphone 7.1 Surround Sound.

Rotating Ear Cups. Multi-positional ear cups.

Sports-performance Ear Pads. A soft touch goes the distance.

Lightweight Design.
Take a load off.

Noise-cancelling Mic. Filters ambient noise.
Ultimate Comfort: Breathable microfiber mesh fabric and memory foam provide exceptional comfort while reducing heat buildup and moisture.

Premium Build Quality: Legendary CORSAIR build quality ensures long term durability.

Precision Gaming Audio: Custom tuned 50mm neodymium speaker drivers bring the action to life with wide range and accuracy.

Superior Wireless Performance: Low latency, 2.4 GHz wireless audio with improved range up to 40 Feet and up to 16 hours of battery life (Upgraded antenna design enhances coverage and improves performance even in the most demanding conditions).

Crystal Clear Microphone: All new unidirectional noise cancelling microphone with LED mute indicator reduces ambient noise for enhanced voice quality.

Epic Surround Sound: Genuine Dolby Headphone 7.1 surround delivers immersive multi-channel positional audio that puts you in the middle of the action.

Discord Certified: Play with the confidence that your microphone and audio drivers have been tested and evaluated for crystal clear communication and outstanding sound.

RGB lighting: Express yourself with virtually unlimited color options.

CUE Control: CUE software gives you full control over your headset’s features through an intuitive and simple to use interface and lets you sync with other Corsair RGB devices.

Expert Reviews of Logitech G430 Review:

By Techspot
The Logitech G430 is decent value, as it offers great sound quality and is quite comfortable.

By Tom’sguide
The Logitech G430 has a stellar mic and is comfortable enough to wear for hours on end, but missing software features hold it back.

By Proclockers
Logitech have once again proved to us why they are one of the leading peripheral brand of choice today. They certainly know how to please their target consumer and they know how to go with the trend. Certainly like the color theme of the G430 which looks fresh and modern. Certainly not everybody likes blue but the great looks is certainly one of the good selling point for this headset.

By Nikktech 
The Logitech G430 has a stellar mic and is comfortable enough to wear for hours on end, but missing software features hold it back.

By nasilemaktech.com
This is one of the best gaming headphones I’ve used and most certainly the most comfortable. The paddings and ear-cups are just at the right depth and stiffness and I never had any problem with wearing it for hours. The voice quality for the microphone…

Expert Reviews of Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless:

By Techgearlab
Overall, we weren’t fans of this product and find it hard to recommend, especially when the exceptionally strong showing from comparably priced headsets is taken into account. You can get some of the best headsets around for the same price, albeit…

By TechRadar
The Corsair Void Pro RGB is a very good gaming headset offering impressive sound quality and a comfy feel.

By Nag.co
5The Corsair VOID PRO RGB is as premium a wireless gaming headset as you’re going to find. Boasting solid construction and very impressive Dolby Headphone 7.1 sound, it’s the most complete headset to come from Corsair to date. It’s not cheap, but it…

By Techpowerup
The Corsair Void Pro RGB USB is available online for $80. Excellent audio performance, both for music and serious gaming Extremely comfortable Soft, breathable ear cushions The button and the jog dial on the left ear cup contain a lot of controls…

By Techteamgb.com
Want one? Amazon: prourls.co/I8pj Corsair’s new VOID Pro headset is comfy as all hell, but is it worth your hard earned dosh? Let’s take a look at the gaming brand’s new PC gaming headset and see! – OverclockersUK Affiliate link: techteamgb.co.uk/ocuk -…

Detail Review:


Logitech G430

The design of the headset and the comfort and everything in the aesthetic is good enough for the price. The sound is good but it could be better than this sound. The surround sound is not that much good, it proves this is only good for gaming.

Corsair Void Pro

The design of the headset is as same as like the older version Void, nothing is changed aesthetically except the mic. The comfort of the headset is also good but also there’s some problem in the comfort. The sound of the headset and the mic is good but not the best but it’s good enough for the price.

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Logitech G430

This headset is aimed at the hardcore gamer with its unique design. The matte black plastic mix is extremely well with the light blue padding and blue colored rings on the outside of the ear cups. You could say that this headset is a perfect match for the Logitech G502 proteus core gaming mouse.

Corsair Void Pro

On the outside nothing has really changed, everything is exactly the same. Not that they needed to change the styling as they look fantastic, although a detachable microphone would have been a nice upgrade over the older Voids.

There’s only two that I always find myself going back to, the original voids are one of them. One reason for that is durability, the voids are built like a tank. The hinges are made of aluminium providing strength and rigidity to the most stressed areas of any headset. The headband also has metal inserts meaning it won’t break even when bent or twisted.


Logitech G430

Logitech have added a generous amount of padding around the ear cups and headrest along with that aesthetically placing light blue color which once again gives these headphones a very sleek and inviting design. The foam padding around the ear cups are quite soft to the touch which increases the users wearing comfort but in saying this, the G430 also leaks a little bit of sound which can be quite annoying to some users but for me, it wasn’t too much of an issue.

A great function of the G430 headphones is the ability to remove the ear cup padding. This makes it so much easier to clean your headphones as the padding can be washed with warm, soapy water to remove any perspiration from a long day of gaming.

The G430 offers so much flexibility and adjustments rather than your conventional headphones. They can twist at roughly 90 degrees along with ear cup tilt which is an insane amount of movement but this made the headphones feel a little flimsy. It also feels more prone to breakage if not handled with care.

Corsair Void Pro

Regarding comfort how well the Void Pro are going to fit your head will greatly depend on your head size. My circumference is 60 centimeters and the Void Pro feel just tight enough for my head. The headset weighs 390 grams, even after long gaming sessions I never felt any discomfort while wearing them but there’s been a fair few people stating they aren’t quite tight enough. So, they snip off your head gradually over time. I’ve never actually experienced this although they do feel slightly loose when I shake my head from left to right.

Corsair in my opinion did this on purpose to help eradicate sweating from your ears over long gaming sessions and they actually see the looseness at the benefit rather than a drawback as my ears stay nice and cool. I certainly won’t feel confident using the void Pro with a VR headset as they were more than likely fly off my head at some point while I was gaming.

The ear cups and headband are padded with a memory foam and the cloth used has a fairly rough feeling that should last a very long time. 

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Logitech G430

The G430 has a USB sound card which drives the 7.1 surround sound to the headphones and it also features a volume control with a microphone switch about 60 centimeters from the left ear cup. It comes with three meters of cable and it’s covered in a beautiful light blue braided cable which to me is a great aesthetic touch to the Logitech G430.

Corsair Void Pro

Included with this headset, you get the same USB dongle as the previous Corsair Voids. There’s also a 1.5 meter USB cable for charging that’s more than long enough. In the box that’s all you get making the setup process simple, clean, and fast. Also, if you have a keyboard where the K95 platinum is possible to charge the headset straight from that.

On the left ear cup there’s various controls that are easy to get out quickly. There’s a power button, a mute button, and lastly a volume wheel that can also be pushed into change the EQ settings. 

Testing out the wireless range of this headset, I found it was fairly good. I could move around my house with other audio dropping outs in most places. Corsair state that the range is around 40 feet and I am not agree with that even with the 2.4 gigahertz receiver tucked away behind my PC. Battery life is rated to 16 hours and that of course depends on if you have the RGB lighting on or off. My own testing with the lighting on, it was more like 10 hours.

In the software, there’s various settings for the lighting effects, you can customize the EQ settings and adjust the mic level, although realistically you can do most of that on the headset anyway.

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Logitech G430

There is a retractable microphone on the left ear cup of the G430 that can also be bent slightly to suit any players needs. This is great to see but honestly I was expecting more functionality from this microphone. It would have been great to have the microphone turn itself off when you fold away the microphone rather than using the included button on the volume control device.

I found the microphone to be a little annoying for my liking whilst using the microphone the G430 will relay the microphones input into the audio drivers themselves. This was severely annoying for me. I don’t like of hearing myself through the actual headphones whilst talking during gameplay and I found them very distracting whilst trying to kill waves of zombies.

The microphone quality is as good as a headset microphone usually is. The microphone isn’t that bad for general gaming in team-speak but I wouldn’t count on it for recording actual dialogue for video production which is a given anyway.

Corsair Void Pro

The mic remains non-detachable but has been greatly improved over the previous Void, as it now features a new noise cancelling microphone. Also, raising the mic arm up mutes your voice which is really convenient.

I think overall the quality has been improved greatly compared to the previous Corsair Void headset. Definitely acceptable for online gaming and maybe some Skype calls or discord. The noise cancellation works but not that much well, you can hear the background noise fairly loud.


Logitech G430

I’ve definitely heard better sound quality and balance with other headphones. The sound works well but there’s definitely much better equipment out there they can do the job better. While the G430 is light-years ahead of some available headphones, it has a rather dark and dull sound-stage which is quite disappointing but this is just me being extremely picky. Neither the bass nor the treble sound very distinct and if you’re listening to pieces with intense harmonies, there’s not much enjoyment to be had. Even with surround sound turned on, most music just sounded a little bit too dull for me.

Tweaking the equalizer in the software helps somewhat but it also made me realize that the software is missing something very important and it’s presets. If you want bass heavy mode for hip-hop or something a little more balanced for classical pieces, you’ll have to tweak the settings yourself every time depending on your music or gaming circumstances.

I thought this to be extremely disappointing especially coming from such an esteemed brand as Logitech who take pride in their software and device functionality. I do like however the ability to control your sound levels with the 7.1 channel audio, this definitely helped with gaming, as you can clearly hear where the enemy is during your FPS shooter and game-play.

Corsair Void Pro

Overall, the audio quality and Corsair Void Pro are fairly good. First of all the 50 millimeter drivers that Corsair have used were lacking in the bass departments. There isn’t really any punch whatsoever that doesn’t necessarily matter as the highs are really good which is exactly what you want from a gaming headset, when trying to hear footsteps and enemy gunfire. I certainly wouldn’t recommend them for listening to music.

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Comparing to the G430, the Corsair Void Pro is something good. The design and comfort of both the headsets is nice and good. Sound wise, the Corsair Void Pro is good and better than the Logitech G430 because the surround sound doesn’t works that much better and likewise, the price also differs. So, both the headset is good as per their price. 

If you don’t have budget of $80, you can get Logitech G430 which comes around $45. But, if you are able to spend $80 the Corsair Void Pro will be good.