Apart from a sinfully gorgeous screen dripping with all the eye candy you can slather on it, nothing else makes a game more interesting and immersive than a very capable gaming headset that sends the action thumping, thrilling and tattooing into your ears and leaving you on the verge of a fabulous gaming orgasm. Gaming headsets put you right in the thick of the gaming action, enable music composers to show off their sublime to mediocre skills, can make or break a game and are an indispensable attire worn by both serious and casual gamers desiring to leach the most benefits from all the gaming genres in existence.
Coming in an endless variety of shapes, cost and features they help make life worth living at the end of your 9-5 workday or as soon as you are back from school. Probably you got a gaming headset, which you have likely been using since the last century. When you do feel the need to upgrade and want the best, kindly take a close look at our top 10 gaming headset list and pick one of the featured beauties therein. Your ears and gaming life sure will be glad you did!
Seemingly ever since the woolly mammoth trampled its way across the frozen wilds of Siberia, the SteelSeries line of gaming headsets have been particularly beloved among the gaming populace. Ultra comfortable, reasonably priced, possessing top-notch build quality, and excellent audio all massively contribute to making it stand out like a flying bull at a rodeo. The SteelSeries 350 continues this noble tradition and in our opinion is the best gaming headset or for other audio pursuits currently available. Featuring an adjustable fit, user-controllable LED lighting, USB connection, sweet bass and excellent usability out of the box without requiring much fiddling around, the SteelSeries Siberia 350 is clearly the best dual-purpose SteelSeries headset and arguably the best gaming headset your ears would definitely love to be covered with. Price is $110, a little steep but money very well spent.
The HyperX Revolver is one of the best looking and sounding headsets for gaming ever. In capability, it is rather close to the SteelSeries 350 and costs roughly the same too. It delivers distortion-free audio and long-duration comfortable listening. Apart from gaming the HyperX Revolver is a very capable music headset in its own right and goes out on its way to produce music quality even the gods might be well satisfied with. The connection is via analog 3.5mm cables, with one powering the audio and the other the mic. Price is $110 and worth every red cent.
Yeah, Razer still knows how to make them. The Kraken Pro V2 is one monster you will definitely be glad was assaulting your ears with as much sweet audio as it can handle. The design is a little minimalistic, the mic is retractable, and the gaming headset isolates sound so well you won’t have any difficulty hearing your heartbeat pounding in your head as you roam across properly frightening apocalyptic landscapes or win bloody wars singlehandedly. With 50-milimeter drivers sound quality is sublime, and with a price of just $80, this is one headset worth getting at all cost even if you die in the attempt.
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As you might have guessed from the name, the Logitech G533 is a wireless headset for when you prefer the freedom and advantages a wire-free world confers. It comes with truly cutting-edge performance in a quite stylish package. The earpads are sybaritically-comfortable, the inbuilt battery is rated for up to 15 hours of hard-core usage, and support for Digital Dolby 7.1 is enabled. Of course, such pro-level extreme performance is not going to come cheap. So, expect to pony up the equivalent of $150 if this is the baby you want to spend the rest of your life with happily ever after.
This excellent Sennheiser offering is one of the most solidly-performing best gaming headsets for the PC out there. It supports Dolby 7.1 for premium audio experience, a noise-canceling mic, and by far the most comfortable earpads our ears have ever had the good fortune to be swaddled in. Price starts at $240, and for that king’s ransom, you get a top-notch headset with top notch features and a 2-year warranty that other manufacturers dare not even contemplate. When quality matters Sennheiser does put their money where their mouth is.
So good are these that we suggest they should be speedily renamed the Muscle Beach Elite Pro! With a striking construction and possessing a superb pair of 50-milimeter audio drivers, the Turtle Beach Elite Pro delivers sound belonging more in the halls of Olympus than in your stunned ears. It features memory-foam cushions that cup your ears like the softest silk and a super-adjustable fit that ensures ultra high-duration listening with no discomfort whatsoever. With an excellent and removable mic, as well as a versatile design easily put to a number of uses apart from gaming, the Turtle Beach Elite Pro is one of the best gaming headsets we have ever tested. Priced at $200, you might have to dip into your inheritance to get one. But it’s surely worth every sweet decibel.
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Stylish like few gaming headsets can be the Lucidsound LS30 Wireless easily combines great looks with outstanding functionality. Easy to use and controlled via touch gestures, it packs in dual mics, marvelous audio quality, and a wireless design for best possible convenience. Fully charged up expect to wring around 15 hours of ear-orgasmic usage out of it. Price is a little hefty at $150, but fully worth it as this is one of the best gaming headphones your ears are likely to encounter.
The Audio-Technica ATH ADG1X is packed chock-full of goodies, especially for the snobby audiophile who desires a perfect sound possible in a very stylish package. To accomplish its task with the most possible aplomb, it rocks ginormous 53-milimeter audio drivers that makes the impossible rather commonplace. This along with an excellent mic, its featherweight feature, and an open-back design enable it to treat your ears to some of the best, sweet and sublime audio it’s likely to hear for a long while. All these will however set you back around $299.
Another excellent effort from Logitech, the Logitech G231 Prodigy is somewhat cute and modern looking. It is a wired headset that is comfortable to use for long periods, lightweight and comes with a folding mic for user convenience. It’s main charms arise from its 40-milimeter neodymium drivers for superb sound quality and great gaming experience. Priced at just $50, this is a top pick for the budget conscious or those unwilling to sell their liver to buy higher priced gaming headset models. Cheap gaming headset it is not. Great gaming headset it most assuredly is.
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This gaming headset features a truly exciting design, plush earpads just like your ears love them to be, and 50-milimeter audio drivers that do a fabulous job of convincing you that you just died and went to heaven. A mic is provided, the connection is via analog, and the overall effect is to kill for. The price is reasonable and starts from $100, which is good enough for one of best headsets for gaming currently strutting their stuff on our store shelves.
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