Best gaming headsets for PC, PS4 and Xbox One: get great, immersive audio while you game and enjoy media

As we mentioned earlier, there are a lot of headsets out there, with most firms offering multiple versions that might seem identical. It’s easy to just go with a certain model because of a recognisable brand or a certain affiliated game licence, but before you blow all your cash on such folly, we’ve carefully collated 10 of the best headsets money can buy in the year 2016.

So have we made our choices? Well, we’ve selected headsets from across multiple manufacturers, giving you a chance to see what all the biggest brands are offering, and how they differ – such as the Astro Gaming A50 and its stunning 3D surround sound or the colossal 7.1 surround sound of Logitech G35.

Each one might appear to offer the same functions, but everything from build quality to the comfort of the cups themselves can differ making each one a unique investment.

We’ve made every effort to cover many of the bases you’d expect to cover with a gaming headset, and choose a series of models that cater to each one. For instance, the Astro A50 is perfect for full-time streamers and YouTubers thanks to its superb mic, while the Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum an all-round set of cups that both looks and sounds good all in one package.

However, there can be only one winner and for us at T3, the SteelSeries Arctis 7is something else. Even the models positioned below it – the still brilliant Arctis 3and Arctis 5 – offer an incredible quality of audio that combines the virtual omni-directional immersion of its 7.1 Dolby surround sound with a ClearCast mic that offers proprietary bidirectional design and complete background noise cancellation.

It’s also one of the most attractive headsets we’ve ever tested – considering gaming headsets are often bulky things with zero subtlety, the Arctis range includes everything from AirWeave cups to a stainless steel finish on the Arctis 7 model

We’ve made every effort to cover many of the bases you’d expect to cover with a gaming headset, and choose a series of models that cater to each one. For instance, the Astro A50 is perfect for full-time streamers and YouTubers thanks to its superb mic, while the Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum an all-round set of cups that both looks and sounds good all in one package.

However, there can be only one winner and for us at T3, the SteelSeries Arctis 7is something else. Even the models positioned below it – the still brilliant Arctis 3and Arctis 5 – offer an incredible quality of audio that combines the virtual omni-directional immersion of its 7.1 Dolby surround sound with a ClearCast mic that offers proprietary bidirectional design and complete background noise cancellation.

It’s also one of the most attractive headsets we’ve ever tested – considering gaming headsets are often bulky things with zero subtlety, the Arctis range includes everything from AirWeave cups to a stainless steel finish on the Arctis 7 model

 

 

[Source:- T3]