Whether you're chatting with co-op players or Twitch streaming, these are the best gaming microphones for crystal-clear audio.
Having your own dedicated USB microphone is a fantastic solution if you want to invest in a serious pair of audiophile headphones.
Razer said its new Seiren Emote is "the world's first professional-grade microphone featuring an emoticon display."
This is an incredible mic for relatively little outlay. Whether streaming, podcasting or recording music, it's effectively a studio mic with the ease of USB.
For streamers who need a portable or space-saving setup, the Seiren X is a good fit, offering crystal-clear vocals. But it picks up keyboard and mouse clicks.
Kingston's unusual three-diaphragm design produces great sound at a low price. The Quadcast's controls are also intuitive for any gamer or game streamer.
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HyperX brought a variety of new products meant to help people communicate, hear, and maybe even play better in their favorite games to CES 2019.
Less than a month after being acquired by Logitech, Blue shrunk down its popular entry-level Yeti microphone into the even smaller and more basic Yeti Nano.
Today, Vesper announced the world's first piezoelectric MEMS microphone, which has ultra-high signal-to-noise ratio and is waterproof, dust proof and shock proof.
After the launch of the nation's first "Super Wi-Fi" network, the Wi-Fi Alliance is now annoyed about the usage of its trademark. An update to last week's Super Wi-Fi network launch is also included.
You probably know Corsair best for its memory products, power supplies, and SSDs. But now the company is jumping into the crowded headset market with an unassuming entry that’s both affordable and capable of offering great sound quality.