What good is playing a game when it’s silent or it sounds like mud? Developers have put on a lot if time and effort to put out quality soundtracks, and these headsets are just what you need to enjoy them in full. Check out our list below!
- Overall Quality – LucidSound LS35X
It’s still one of the best to date and it never ever disappoints. It’s direct-to-xbox compatible, true wireless, super comfortable to wear, offers great clarity and quality of sound, and not to mention the fact that it’s microphone is just superb. Get it!
2. Most Versatile – Astro A50
It may be the most expensive in this list, but it definitely is the coolest looking one too. That magnetic charging dock offers quick charging and easy access for on-the-go usage. It can be used on the television that supports SPDIF, it can be plugged through a USB for the Xbox Series X and S, it’s super comfortable, it has superb sound quality, and the battery life is actually astounding.
3. Best Wired Option – Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2
It may seem a bit obsolete and like it can’t do much, but we promise you, this motherfucker can actually pack a punch. Let it surprise you with its amazingly sturdy build, great sound quality, and great fit on the head. We can’t really call it low tier, but for the price, it actually delivers as needed.
4. Best Bluetooth Capability – LucidSound LS50X
We’re not one to actually have brand repeat’s on a single list, but this one is just so good you can’t simply overlook it. It’s actually super comfortable to wear and they didn’t compromise durability for it too. The Bluetooth works perfect with Xbox Wireless compatibility, and it has the same great microphone and sound quality that’s on every LucidSound headphones. The real banger here is that it offers a lot more controls and features than you think, and that’s for you to find out when you buy it!
5. Best Value – SteelSeries Arctis 1 (Wireless)
SteelSeries definitely hasn’t lost their edge in becoming a brand that offers a relatively affordable line of accessories for casual gamers. Tie-ing up with the great price point, it also offers great wireless signal, doable audio quality, and a battery that would last you 20 hours. The only problem here is that the mic’s not that good and it’s not something you’d want to gift a kid.
Are you getting one from this list or do you feel like we missed out on something? Let us know your best pick in the comments section below!