From budget to wireless cans, these are the best gaming headsets you can get in 2021, based on our own testing.
The Creative SXFI Air Gamer wireless gaming headset has effective positional gaming audio and a wide range of connectivity options, but mediocre sound isolation.
The Redragon H510 Zeus gaming headset will do right by you for $50, offering pretty good sound and loads of connectivity. It's not perfect, but it's definitely good enough.
The Thermaltake Argent H5 Stereo nails the fundamentals that make a gaming headset great, but it may be too stripped down for some.
Update The Epos H3 gaming headset thumps out crystal-clear, bassy audio with excellent range. However, there are limited gaming-ready features for the price.
The Asus ROG Delta S updates an older design with a Quad DAC beefing up the gaming headset's considerable sound and Hi-Res music at a decent price tag.
The Roccat Elo 7.1 Air wireless gaming headset punches above its weight class, but you’ll have a hard time determining how much battery life it has.
The Fnatic React+ performs like a more expensive gaming headset, with effective virtual 7.1 surround sound, both USB and 3.5mm compatibility and a clear mic.
HP announced that it plans to acquire HyperX from Kingston Technologies in a deal worth approximately $425 million.
Microsoft opened pre-orders for the new Xbox Wireless Headset that’s set to debut on March 16 for $99.
The EPOS I Sennheiser GSP 600 headset lineup is a valiant attempt at providing a simple, elegant, one-size-fits all solution for gamers looking for something higher end.
Thumpy, warm sound combined with very good microphone performance and lusciously soft ear cups make the MSI Immerse GH61 gaming headset a winning choice.
The Corsair HS70 Bluetooth wired gaming headset is an easy favorite, due to amazing sound quality and terrific microphone that caught every nuanced detail in my voice.
The HyperX Cloud II Wireless takes the company's fan-favorite headset and strips away the wires. It’s a comfortable design with great battery life.
The SteelSeries Arctis 9 Wireless gaming headset sounds mostly great, but if you don't need Bluetooth, the $50 premium over the Arctis 7 may be hard to swallow.