While audio was once a mesh of generic jump sounds and 8-bit music (some of them undeniable tunes), their sound is now as crucial to gaming as it is to films. To get the full experience in single player and online, you’re going to need the best gaming headsets available for clear communication and the best experience possible.
If you’re on the lookout for a new gaming headset, keep reading. From wired to wireless, cost-effective to high-end brands, we’ve compiled a selection of the best PC gaming headsets to make your gaming experience an audible odyssey.
I know the price might deter some people, just hear me out. The HyperX Cloud Revolver S features audio quality unlike any other, blending dynamic 7.1-channel surround sound through Dolby’s fantastic digital signal with comfort that rests like clouds on a gamer's ears. Single player games have their dialogue brought to awesome booming proportions, and you’ll be thinking that multiplayer enemies are really creeping behind you during matches.
The HyperX Cloud Revolver S is a premium headset that comes at a high-end price. If you’re in the market for unmatched comfort and elite sound, this is your headset.
Features: 50mm drivers, 7.1-channel surround sound, 3.5mm jack, Dolby DSP.
SteelSeries isn’t conventionally known for gaming headsets, but they've made a name for themselves for their perfect audio quality. While the SteelSeries Arctis Pro headsets surround sound isn’t the best, its brilliant features justify the price and make it one of the best gaming headsets out there.
Features: RGB lighting, Wired (USB), DTS Headphone: X v2.0, Retractable boom microphone, Included DAC, 40mm drivers.
Sennheiser GSP 600 headsets are a trusted brand that engulfs you with crisp audio and a gripping soundscape. The headset cups your ears with memory foam ear pads and provides ideal sound that bounces back at you with the realism of a soundstage.
Features: Automatic microphone muting, comfortable and customisable headband, multi-platform compatibility.
I don’t want to jump the gun, but this might be the best Razer headset available on the market. It really has earned the title of Ultimate, with an array of haptic frequencies so impressive that it silences the debate of whether to have haptic feedback in games. With several haptic frequencies instead of a single static mode, Razer’s Nari Ultimate headset creates one of the most realistic rumble simulations - one that must be experienced to understand how it can transform gaming. And did we mention its compatible with every game?
With superb sound quality and a solid wireless connection, the Nari Ultimate is a must-have headset for gamers that want to experience something new from their audio.
Features: Wireless, 3.5mm analog connectivity, Lofelt L5 haptic drivers, THX Spatial Audio, Retractable unidirectional mic, RGB, 20Hz-20,000Hz frequency response.
The Logitech G Pro Gaming Headset makes up for what it lacks in shiny buzzword features with excellent quality audio and value. Let’s get back to the core basics. The headset focuses on performance instead of trying to just be another “gaming headset” and it shows. If you’re on a budget and need a quality headset, definitely consider the Logitech G Pro Gaming Headset.
Features: Detachable Mic, excellent noise isolation, Dolby Atmos support, Pro-G drivers.
The cheapest headset on this list is the high-quality Corsair HS50. Although it only features stereo sound, the Corsair HS50 comes with a fantastic audio quality that keeps your wallet happy and your PC games sounding awesome. They are also amazingly comfortable for their price and honestly could for mistaken for headsets that are double its price.
Features: On-ear controls, 50mm drivers, Discord-certified microphone.
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Posted in Tech
Published on 20 May 2019
Last updated on 20 May 2019