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Best Gaming Headsets - The Elite List

By Edward Chester. Posted

Whether you're after a simple stereo wired headset or a wireless, surround sound all the bells and whistles model, we've found a model to suit you. Across the dozens of available models, we've reviewed and handpicked the gaming headsets that we feel provide the best comfort, sound quality, features and value.

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Roccat Elo X Stereo - Best budget gaming headset

Price: £30 | Supplier:

Roccat Elo X Stereo

The Roccat ELO X Stereo is comfortable, has the essential features and offers a sound that although a little bass heavy is easy to get along with and clear enough for gaming. For just £30, it’s great value and easily our choice for a truly budget headset.

Epos | Sennheiser GSP 300 - Best stereo gaming mouse

Price: £90 | Supplier:

Epos | Sennheiser GSP 300

Superbly comfortable, very lightweight, really convenient and easy to use features and excellent sound quality combine to make this is top-notch gaming headset. It lacks the portability of some models, thanks to its attached cable and microphone but for a dedicated PC gaming headset it's a great choice.

Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless - Best wireless gaming headset

Price: £152 | Supplier:

Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless

The Virtuoso RGB Wireless SE sets itself apart from the competition with exceptional sound and build quality. It looks fantastic and sounds it too.

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro - Best premium wireless headset

Price: £180 | Supplier:

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro

The BlackShark V2 Pro doesn’t come cheap, but it delivers the sort of premium experience you’d expect in just about every area. It looks great, it’s comfortable, it offers high-end sound quality, excellent virtual surround performance and has a simple but well thought out selection of features. The microphone quality is nothing special and the headband does loosen over time, but we didn’t find either of these issues to be major drawbacks in games.

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