We’ve compiled a wide selection of the best gaming headsets we’ve tried, but there are countless others on the market. No need to comb through all options. However, if you want to find out for yourself, there are some key things to look for in a good headset.
Audio quality: It seems obvious, but I’ll say it anyway. Spec sheets don’t always tell you what a headset sounds like. A good stereo headset can sound better than a poorly made 7.1 Dolby Atmos surround sound set. Check out our reviews to get an idea of how the headset really works.
Surround sound options: Modern headsets are very good at reproducing or simulating surround sound in headsets using systems like Dolby Atmos for Headphones and DTS:X. These systems are especially effective in games where you want to hear exactly where the enemy is firing from. Make sure you can turn surround sound on or off.
comfortable: This is also a subjective category, but if you’re going to be wearing the headset for hours while gaming, it’s important that it doesn’t hurt. Pressing a heavy headset against your temples can give you a headache after a while. Look for headsets that are adjustable, ergonomically designed, well-cushioned, and generally lightweight.
Adjustable boom mic: A good mic is important when using the headset for online gaming. Many headsets come with a boom mic that you can place in front of your mouth. Some are removable, while others can be rotated or bent away from the mouth when not in use. Get the kind that fits your needs.
Visible Mic Mute and Indicator LEDs: It’s important to know when you’re broadcasting audio so you don’t accidentally share private conversations with teammates. Some mics automatically mute when you point them up, while others use a dedicated mute him button. I especially like the headset with the red LED to indicate mute status. This is useful.
Microphone monitoring so you can hear your voice: If you want to monitor how your teammates sound and don’t sound like you’re yelling while playing, you can use mic monitoring to hear yourself through your headphones. Optimally, you can adjust its volume. When listening to a podcast or radio talk show, they may be able to hear themselves and others using some form of microphone monitoring.
Equalizer (EQ) and customization tools: Games, movies, and TV shows are mixed in many ways. When listening to an audio signal, we may want to emphasize different aspects of the audio signal. Custom EQ presets allow you to set different balances for watching movies versus playing games, or even different balances for each game.
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