Don't-Miss Headset Stories
Crisp, clear sound can mean the difference between life and death when you're gaming. Wrap one of these fine specimens around your head for a comfortable and immersive experience.
Logitech's G430 offers an affordable surround-sound headset with vibrant color options.
The Flux In-Ear Pro offers gamers high-quality sound on the road.
Ozone's Rage ST is an excellent bargain for budget-conscious gamers seeking a decent gaming headset.
Astro's premium headset comes at a premium but justified price, considering its PC, console, and MP3 functionality.
The Siberia Elite delivers on all fronts: It's comfortable for the longest gaming sessions, it's stylish to look at, and it provides high-quality audio.
The Rig is an excellent all-around headset with some unnecessary features that drive up the price.
Razer’s latest headset serves up (virtual) 7.1 surround sound in a gorgeous shell.
PCWorld's editors pinpoint the top tech products of 2012, in categories ranging from PCs to productivity software.
This headset is tuned for gaming, and delivers a strong value proposition —whether you’re on a console, handheld device or PC. Still, audiophiles can likely find better equipment for movies or music at a similar price.
Sony’s new wireless gaming headset looks and sounds great, but there are some things you should know before you buy.
B&W's C5 In-Ear Headphones offer good sound quality and impressive design, but bass is emphasized enough to detract from the overall performance. Still, if you like C5’s design, have had trouble with in-ear-canal headphones falling out, or want good sound with an abundance of bass, the C5 is worth a look.