Don't-Miss Headset Stories
In 2014 we deemed the HyperX Cloud the best budget headset available. The Cloud II is Kingston's new "ain't-broke-don't-fix-it" upgrade.
The Siberia v2 is a classic amongst gaming enthusiasts. Is the v3 a worthy successor?
From the SteelSeries Siberia v3 to the latest Astro A50, these headsets will run you $100 or more—and you'll get what you pay for.
The H2100 is one of the cheapest wireless headsets on the market, which makes up for some other flaws.
The Mionix Nash 20 is a bit heavy and oversized, but in return you get an excellent sense of presence.
The good? A new microphone. The neutral? A looser fit than last year. The bad? An utter lack of volume.
The Polk 4 Shot features audio that lives up to Polk's brand, but it lacks features that are standard in other PC headsets.
The A38 has fantastic audio for a Bluetooth headset, but at $200+ there are much better options available—especially when you're not on-the-go.
The Astro A50 packs phenomenal sound and wireless convenience, if you're willing to throw down $300.
The Razer Kraken Pro is a decent headset, but it's starting to show its age.
The SteelSeries RAW Prism is one of the most affordable headsets on the market, at $60, but you get what you pay for.
Kingston doesn't have the same pedigree in the headset space as its competitors, but the HyperX Cloud is a winning device at a cheap price.
Corsair's H1500 features Dolby 7.1 tech and a bright black-and-yellow color scheme.