These excellent Corsair headphones are £38 off at Amazon UK

Corsair Void Pro cheap

Corsair has been turning out high quality peripherals and prebuilt PCs since the '90s, and its high quality Void Pro RGB wireless headset is currently at the lowest price we've ever seen it on Amazon in the UK, a mere £66.79 (all the way down from £104.99). The Void Pro's headline feature is the way it's able to simulate full 7 .1 Dolby Surround Sound, but it also delivers high quality audio and comfortable, plushly padded cans. Like the vast majority of gaming headsets currently flooding the market, it also comes a unidirectional, noise cancelling microphone and RGB lighting, if you want to highlight your peripherals when you're streaming Apex Legends, or generally just want to show off to your friends (or foes). 

Corsair Void Pro RGB wireless gaming headset is £66.79 at Amazon (save £38.20)

Corsair Void Pro RGB wireless gaming headset is £66.79 at Amazon (save £38.20)
The Void Pro delivers excellent sound via 50mm neodymium speaker drivers and comes with a noise cancelling microphone and support for virtual, 7.1 Dolby Surround Sound, all packaged in a comfy, portable headset. 

The Void Pro is a steal at under £70, and the wireless connectivity makes it incredibly handy for gaming on the go or for a living setup that practically necessitates cordless peripherals. And if you're a Corsair enthusiast, you'll be pleased to hear it's fully configurable through their iCue software, so you can sync up lighting across all your Corsair accessories. 

For a look at some of the other best wireless gaming headsets, be sure to bop on over to our roundup.

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Alan Bradley
Alan's been a journalist for over a decade, covering news, games, and hardware. He loves new technology, Formula 1 race cars, and the glitter of C-beams in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. Find him @chapelzero on Twitter for lengthy conversation about CRPGs of the early 90s and to debate the merits of the serial comma.