Headphones and Headsets
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These are the best gaming headsets — wired, wireless, budget, and more — to buy in 2023.
Device compatibility issues aside, Sony’s InZone Buds set a new high mark for audio quality in the gaming earbud arena. Class-leading ANC and battery life sweeten the deal.
Corsair’s first open-back gaming headset, the Virtuoso Pro, has 50mm graphene dynamic drivers and a plasticky build.
One of our favorite gaming headsets and winner of a coveted Editor's Choice award, the SteelSeries Arctis Nova Pro wireless gaming headset is reduced by $50.
The HyperX Cloud III Wireless is a sleek, well-built, great-sounding wireless headset. But it only connects via 2.4GHz wireless — and that’s surprisingly limiting.
Corsair’s HS80MAX Wireless is a versatile, comfortable gaming headset that pairs strong surround sound with a top-notch headset microphone.
Razer’s earbuds deliver low-latency for gaming, but ANC and feature set don’t impress.
The HyperX Cirro Bud Pros deliver ANC and comfortable design at a budget price, but audio quality in games, movies, and music could leave you wanting more.
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