Money ain’t easy. Ain’t easy to spend and the belief that it’s easy to spend is a fallacy. It sure may be. But when you spend the money too soon and all you have,in addition to a store bought item, is regret. So before you head out and get yourself the second headphone you lay your eyes on, dear gamers, here’ a list. Of the top 5 gaming headsets you could get for yourself today.
Quick, your opponents are waiting to be decimated.
SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless
Not only is this headset high on aesthetics, but packs in quite the punch with the performance. Clearly on the higher end when it comes to the price tag though. With the 2.4 G wireless audio and Bluetooth, connectivity isn’t an issue at all. The exclusive dual battery system ensures you never go out of charge. The super comfy ear cushions, transmitter base station, DTS surround sound, bi-directional microphone and what not makes this headset sit easy amongst the best.
HyperX Cloud Alpha (HyperX Cloud Stinger)
First off, the audio features on this headset seem to be quite premier. The dual chamber drivers are designed to separate bass sounds from the mids and highs. With the red memory foam for comfort and the headband with a more pliable leatherette, the Cloud Alpha is high on the comfort quotient too. The braided cable is a nice feature too and so is the detachable nice-cancellation microphone. For the serious gamers, multi-platform compatibility and the in-line audio controls are catchy features.
Razer Thresher Ultimate
Reasonable, neat design and quite the affordable price tag. The virtual sound playing through the comfort of light weight ear cushions make the headsets easy on the usage front. Comes with a retractable digital microphone and a dongle free low latency connection of up to 20 feet (links directly and efficiently thus, to consoles, in this case tailor made for the Xbox One). 16 hours battery life on a single charge.
Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset
The over-ear headphone is a good deal if you’re looking at a decent performer with an equally modest price tag. Sure, they may not be as super on performance as the other pricier ones, but for the bargain, pretty good. With a two year limited warranty and three colour variations, the design is not too bad either. And according to online reviews, the headset does quite well for long-duration gaming too.
Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero
One of the best in the gaming headset lot. With gel-infused ear cushions and great noise-cancelling features, this headset is quite the easy pick for the gamer. What’s more, the headset comes perfect for those who game with glasses on. With 50mm speakers and immersive 3D audio, great on the sound too. Not just a 30 hours battery life but with a whole lot of software and customisation options. Go play, quite literally.
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