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.
Update With excellent and immersive sound quality, the Roccat Elo X Stereo is a great set of cans for pairing with games, especially if you don't want virtual surround sound.
The Corsair HS60 Haptic boasts built in haptic tech that boosts immersion, but the gaming headset has design flaws.
The Asus ROG Theta 7.1 gaming headset delivers an excellent listening experience, but fails to pair them with a decent microphone.
The XPG Precog delivers an excellent experience as a USB headset but drops the ball with its 3.5mm connection.
The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro wireless gaming headset delivers THX surround sound, noise cancelling and an excellent microphone.
The Cooler Master MH630 headset connects to almost anything with a 3.5mm audio jack and offers crystal-clear audio.
HP today announced the Omen Frequency wireless headset and Omen Spacer cable-free tenkeyless keyboard.
The Asus ROG Strix Go 2.4 is one of the most versatile gaming headsets out there. With three connectivity options, two mics and robust software, it’s ready for anything.
The Logitech G733 Lightspeed wireless gaming headset is lightweight and offers good sound, but it uses rigid plastic to get there and the microphone quality isn’t amazing.
The Razer Blackshark V2 X is the entry-level version of the Razer Blackshark V2 headset. To reach the cheaper price point, the X drops premium features.
The Riotoro Aviator Classic is definitely comfortable, but we have concerns about the gaming headset's build quality.