Logitech G ProThe Logitech G Pro’s design is so barebones. There’s no virtual surround, and only a mic mute and volume scroll wheel by way of controls. The overall sound produced by the drivers is great, even if it’s a bit more pronounced towards the low end. Logitech designed these cans with the help of esports athletes with a view to stripping away all the fat that’s usually found in gaming headsets, leaving a lean package of high-performance essentials. Generally the G Pro achieves that: there’s not a flame decal or RBG lighting strip in sight, and that functional aesthetic is matched by a barebones feature set.
Hyperx Cloud AlphaThe HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset is an amazing option if your are looking for a good gaming headset on a budget. It works well with your PC, PS4 and PS4 Pro and some Xbox versions. It comes with a detachable noise cancellation microphone, and it has dual chamber drives for more distinction less sound distortion. The durable aluminium frame maintains its shape even after months of continuous use, and the expandable headband is padded for user comfort. For connectivity, it has two connection types, 3.5mm and dual 3.5mm to connect to your mobile or gaming console, and wired USB that lets you connect to other devices.
Steelseries Arctis ProThe SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless Gaming Headset is a great looking headset with awesome features to go along with it. For your gaming experience, the headset has Dual-Wireless technology with 2.4G wireless audio. It is also bluetooth enabled so you can easily connect it to your phone. The build is impressive, coupling aluminium alloy and lightweight steel for extra resilience, while still maintaining user comfort. The battery has a great lifespan, stretching to around 20 hours of continuous gaming. They even have swappable batteries to extend your play time. The headset also includes a Clearcast microphone that delivers high calibre sound and background noise cancellation.
Turtle Beach Recon 200The Turtle Beach Recon 200 offers great sound enhanced by a meaty Bass Boost feature, and a terrifically clear mic for comms. It's not got the same quality in seamless surround sound that dearer sets have, but it's good for the price and will be assisted greatly by what it presents to your ears. That always-on Bass Boost hints at what the Recon 200 is best for—shooters—and it really shows with war noises and weapon sounds particular good and enjoyable. The mic is not detachable but it's incredibly reliable and solid, with voices carrying through clearly. The design is solid and sturdy.
Audeze MobiusThe Audeze Mobius have a unique head-tracking feature, which, when combined with their 3D audio, simulates a surprisingly spacious and immersive virtual soundstage. They are comfortable headphones, which is great for long gaming sessions. Although they’re made of plastic, they still feel solid and durable. They have good audio reproduction in general even without the 3D effect, which makes them great to listen to casually. They also have a great detachable boom microphone for online gaming. They support Bluetooth 5.0, which means you can connect to your phone wirelessly and answer calls, even while gaming.
Razer Kraken Tournament EditionThe Razer Kraken Tournament Edition is offers enhanced audio, which offers THX Spacial sound instead of the Kraken Pro V2's regular stereo audio. The result is that the surround sound, and your placement within the gaming world is better here. This headset comes with a USB connection too, which is handy for PC play. For comfort, you can wear this headset for hours without discomfort. And the sound the Kraken TE delivers punches well above its weight. There's even a volume control box that you can stick to your PC desk, to stop it shifting around if you move your head.
SteelSeries Arctis 9XThe SteelSeries Arctis 9X, a self-proclaimed Xbox headset that admittedly works great on everything. To be fair, chances are, you'll need an Xbox Wireless Adapter to use it with your PC, unless you have a Bluetooth card occupying one of your PCIe slots. But once you secure one of those, the Arctis 9X is a perfect fit for the platform agnostic. It has Bluetooth and 3.5mm analog, so you can use it with your smartphone and other devices. All this functionality is made better by the promise of a 20-hour battery life which, in our testing, proved to be accurate. And because it uses the same 40mm drivers and nylon ear cushions as the company's other acclaimed headsets, you can trust the SteelSeries Arctis 9X's consistent sound quality and comfort.
Creative Sound Blaster H6An outstanding mid-range headset for all media. It is packed with a 7.1 surround which is perfect for gaming as well as watching movies. Although the ear cups are not the softest or the lightest, they are quite comfortable.The microphone also works well. The major drawback of this headset is that some voice communications do not work on Xbox while you are working on your PC but if you are looking for a headset that you can use for gaming as well as movies, then this is it.
Razer Nari UltimateRazer Nari Ultimate is a wireless pc gaming headset. Sound signals are converted into dynamic touch-sensory feedback by intelligent haptic technology. Shape and frequencies of game audio are converted into haptic feeds by Razer HyperSense. You can game for hours without strain with its very comfortable design, the cushions are infused with a cooling gel that prevents build up of heat and provides sound isolation. The headband is auto-adjusting and has swivelling earcups. Communicate with your team using the retractable mic. Mute your mic and adjust volume with the audio controls on the headset as the Nari Ultimate features 2.4GHz wireless audio.
Astro A20The ASTRO Gaming A20 Wireless Headset has an edgy look with a black and green color scheme for a cool feel. The build is made up of long lasting material that is damage resistant, therefore the headset can survive a couple of bumps and scratches over time. The material is also very light and limber, and gives you extra comfort with additional ear cushioning to prevent headset fatigue. They also have amazing battery life making them ideal for gaming marathons that last upto 15 hours at a time. The headset also offers superior audio quality and the Astro command center lets you adjust every input and output variable.