Ossic invited us out to New York City to sample its innovative approach to 3D audio, the Ossic X headset.
HyperX, a division of Kingston, announced a new addition to its Cloud headset family called the Cloud Revolver.
The new flagship of the Tritton headsets will cost $249.99 and uses an HDMI connection to stream the audio to the wireless headset.
SteelSeries announced that its famous Siberia V2 is being rereleased as the Siberia 200 in a host of new vibrant colors inspired by the personalities and tastes of gaming professionals.
Turtle Beach's latest wireless headset for Xbox One sells for $299.95 and sports four different audio modes containing four to six audio settings for each one.
Roccat's Kave XTD 5.1 Analog comes without the USB sound card, saving you a couple bucks and allowing you to choose what you hook it up to.
The Cloud II takes a lot from its predecessor while showing some of its own unique features such as adding 7.1 surround sound.
German PC accessories maker Roccat promises to have it biggest lineup ever at this year's CES. First up are new Kave XTD gaming headset models.
The Siberia v2 Heat Orange Edition features a distinctive color scheme and illumination but is otherwise identical to the standard Siberia v2 headset.
The Ceres-400 is advertised as being “engineered to provide a comfortable and stylish audio experience” and features 40 mm drivers and a noise cancelling microphone.
The GameCom Commander is a brand new, limited edition, gaming headset developed in conjunction with the Plantronics aviation and military divisions.