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    Noise Cancelling (Active)
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    Sound Mode
    Dolby Atmos
    Connection Type
    Wireless, Wired
    Wireless Connectivity
    Bluetooth, Radio Frequency (RF)
    True Wireless
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    Maximum Wireless Range
    60 feet
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CORSAIR - VIRTUOSO XT Wireless Gaming Headset for PC, Mac, PS5, PS4, and Mobile - Slate

Model:CA-9011188-NA
SKU:6458875
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Dolby Atmos
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DTS Headphone:X
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Connection Type
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Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 913 reviews

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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Honest Review

    I absolutely love these headphones and so far are my favorite out of all the headphones I have owned.. however there are some cons that I hope Corsair fixes in the next model. I have owned many versions of this headset including base, SE, and XT. All of them are great but all share cons. 1. Ear muffs are great however can rip if not taking care of. Also the way it’s fitted can be easily broken. It’s kinda screws into the headset put the part that “screws” is plastic so if it breaks you’re screwed. Although my current headset has not had that problem yet. 2. Range. The Bluetooth range is not always the best and it tends to unmute if you are too far. 3. The battery life is pretty healthy but doesn’t charge the fastest. Pros 1. Material Quality is for the most part wonderful. 2. Mic is clear 3. Healthy battery 4. Very comfortable 5. The dual Bluetooth with PC AND mobile device is amazing. I use this headset for work too so I can take calls and work on projects and be in meetings but also listen to music or videos w/o anyone knowing. The Bluetooth functionality is what really keeps me locked in. There are some strange bugs with it but it’s great. 6. Sound quality is wonderful although I recommend tweaking the levels as the base settings don’t compliment it the best. 7. Looks good ! RGB is subtle and tasteful and the metal parts really have that premium feel. Overall good headset I do recommend and I can’t wait for Corsair to stomp out some of the weird issues. When they do that this headset will be god tier.

    Posted by James

  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    A Beautiful Disappointment

    The Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless XTs are the among the most beautiful headsets I have ever seen. It comes with a durable pouch that looks like an expensive lunch bag and items for connectivity. The buttons are aligned nicely with separate controls for the Bluetooth, wireless 2.4 volume and volume control on the 3.5mm connector as well. Did I mention that you can connect to Bluetooth and wireless at the same time? And the mic awesome. The design screams money and they feel beautiful to the touch. The LOOK like they should have an almost $300 price tag, but... I did give it 3 stars, and here's why.,, Disclaimer: I don't rarely do reviews because I mostly take a "you get what you paid for" attitude about things. So please excuse me if it doesn't read like a review pro. The Design As I've stated before, this headset is a 10 out of 10 in looks. They are a beautiful silver, black and brushed metal grey color. Looks really classy and the RGB is just a light touch of color (of your choosing). You can also choose to not use the RGB and it completely disappears. The hear hinges seem really sturdy, but not very flexible. Honestly I wasn't willing to tilt them beyond their "stopping" point to see how far they would go for fear of breaking them. The material used over padded areas is like soft leather. In fact, the padding itself is very soft and comfortable. So with that, the design should be a 10/10, but... Deductions: - The RGB shouldn't even be considered a feature worth mentioning. It's literally the logo and it's doesn't get very bright. RGB suggests an enhancement worth paying for, and this one definitely doesn't have it. -NOT GLASSES FRIENDLY. The rounded cups push on eyeglass frames in a way that can cause the ends of your glasses to dig in the back of your ears. After about an hour, I had to take the glasses off because it got so bad. - The fabric is very soft, but I have concerns about durability. Especially when combined with the fact that... - The cushion isn't going to last. When compared to another (less expensive) headset I've had for a long time, it seems the cushion may go flat quickly. In fact, the ear cushions were crumply after one night in the faux suede case it came in. There just isn't dense enough cushion on the ears or the head frame. - They weigh in at almost a pound. With that weight and cushion that flattens easily, it will be a matter of time before the headset becomes permanently uncomfortable. - The included USB cable is entirely too short. The cable comes off of the left side so if your pc or whatever you are connecting it to is on the right side, you may have a lot of trouble dealing with cable while wearing the headset. - The volume button spins eternally. There isn't a stopping point on the volume button so If you're looking to get to max volume or the lowest volume, you may already be there and spinning the dial vainly. Software - Dolby Atmos is attached to your headphones via USB or dongle. It will NOT work on Xbox or other devices that use the 3.5mm connector. You will have to purchase an account separately. - Dolby Atmos give you very limited EQ control and does not include a volume boost. - The audio is far too compressed coming through the software. The Audio Disclaimer: I am an audiophile, a gamer and I have a background in audio production (live and digital, for video and music). To understand my next concern, think about audio in terms of shapes. surround is a circle and stereo a straight line. This is about to be the most basic explanation I can give to a more complex issue. Most gaming headsets have some sort of directional audio by using drivers to bend a straight line, to give some feel of surround. It gives depth to the audio so stuff that's far sounds far and stuff that's close sounds close. This headset doesn't do that. - 3D audio just isn't it. 3D audio focuses on sound above and below, not 30 meters to your front, back, right or left. This isn't good for FPS gaming. - Not immersive. Even a great pair of inexpensive stereo headphones are more immersive than these. Along with lower volume, the overall frequency range comes across as too flat. - Bass is not good an there isn't a way to fix it. Some cheaper headsets tend to lean too much on bass frequencies and it overpowers everything else. The Virtuoso XT headphones has clear mids, but the bass is incredibly weak. - 3.5 mm cord allows you to hear, but that's about it. This headset relies too much on other digital aspects. Just going off of a 3.5mm jack into an Xbox controller shows that the speakers themselves aren't capable of much at their base. Bottom Line... GGeee!!! Nice try. Corsair almost had me. While the physical features are nice, I really pay my money for the sound. These have a $300 body with sub $100 audio (except for the mic). If they decide to do an Xbox version of these headphones with virtual surround, better EQ control, more volume and bass with thicker cushions along with the current features... My money will be waiting for them. For now, I'll pass on this luxurious disappointment.

    Posted by TechG

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best headset for the price.

    Overall this headset is pure quality, not just the build, but also audio wise. Using the wireless feature, it has a lot of thump for base, and surround sound in my opinion is better than the RGB SE. Now, using wireless, you will have to use Dolby Atmos, it does have that really nice clear bassey sound in high fidelity headphones. Using the Bluetooth feature isn't all that bad, however because of the microphone being enabled. It will quite down the drivers so you will have a lower input volume. The best thing about this headset is the fact you can remove the wireless dongle and just use this headset purely as a wired headset. This in turn gives the headphones microphone the best possible quality. It also adds the 8 way 24 channel 48000 megahertz for true surround sound. Now, depending on the audio app you are using, this headset will utterly blow your mind. One thing that's very important to understand about Corsair products is that they are for PC first, and everything else second. So if your getting these for console gaming, your better off using them on a PS5. You can use them on the series x, but you will not get anywhere near the same quality as you would on PC, and PS5. I do want to note that the virtuoso XT will work with nehemic audio in purely wired mode, and they do sound pretty amazing.

    Posted by sufka28