The Velocilinx Boudica gaming headset is marred by comfort and usability issues despite delivering quality virtual 7.1 surround sound.
The HyperX Cloud Mix headset delivers with excellent sound quality, comfort, understated design, premium build quality and Bluetooth capabilities, but its high price tag is a turn off.
There's plenty to like about the Asus TUF Gaming H7 Wireless gaming headset. But we have reservations about its shape and out-of-box sound quality.
Corsair's Virtuoso RGB Wireless SE is the company's first certified Hi-Res audio headset, it packs a premium featureset and impressive quality, into a justifiable price tag.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha S gaming headset adds virtual surround sound and bass sliders to an already impressive headset, but with varying results.
The Roccat Noz gaming headset has competitive budget pricing but flounders where it matters most: delivering clear, tight sound.
Although pricey, the Beyerdynamic Custom Game gaming headset for PC and console is a fantastic choice for anyone looking to immerse themselves in the RPG world.
There's a great package crammed into the SteelSeries Arctis 1, considering its budget price. But there are better-sounding headsets that are similarly priced.
Corsair's HS35 makes a lot of great calls in the design category. But unfortunately this budget gaming headset can't quite nail the fundamental audio quality.
It's a big outlay that SteelSeries is asking for with their top-of-the-range Arctis, but for the money you're showered with premium features that assuage any buyer's remorse.
The HyperX Cloud Orbit S makes audio sound like it’s filling the room. The headset can be advantageous for gamers, but the head tracking isn’t always noticeable.
The Sennheiser GSP 670 is a truly luxurious and comprehensive wireless gaming headset that really sings, whether for music, film, or gaming.
Established as the go-to wireless headset since its release, the SteelSeries Arctis 7 2019 Edition is still a supremely strong contender in an increasingly crowded cable-free market.
Logitech’s G Pro X headset is a full package with great sound, customizable software and plenty of accessories.
The Creative SXFI Air excels against similarly priced rivals in audio and gaming, but it's best suited to those who are gamers first, but want their media to sound good, too.
The new Razer Kraken is great value, and delivers better audio than you’d expect, but there are some trade-offs.
The HP Omen Mindframe gaming headset stands out with tech that keeps your ears cool, but its microphone is unwieldy.
With its HyperX Cloud Alpha, Kingston wants to build on the success of its predecessors. Can a $100 gaming headset garner mass appeal with better-than-expected performance and solid build quality?
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