Best Gaming Headsets For 2018

We have done a lot of research on the best gaming headsets for PC and have tried so many, and this is why we are confident that we have put together a list of the top headsets for gaming, that every gamer will want. Before you get into the list, we do want to say that all of these products have been made with gaming in mind and they all have a good design. With that said, feel free to continue to read on to find out what the top PC gaming headsets are and why you should buy them as soon as possible.

 

1. Asus ROG Centurion 7.1

This product is really a sight to behold, but this isn’t surprising because Asus is known for producing amazing products. This PC gaming headset has an extreme look to it, but it will provide you with clear sound waves. Not only that, but it has external speakers that provide you with full surround sound.

This headset has a number of on-board amp controls. This means you will have complete power. However, there is a steep learning curve ahead of you, if you do get the ROG Centurion 7.1. Don’t worry though because you will have a lot of fun learning how to use.

 

2. Razer ManO’War

Are you looking for not only a user-friendly, but good gaming headset that is easy to set up, as well as easy to bring with you from place to place? If so, then the Razer ManO’War is for you, but we do want to point out that it is a bit bigger than others out there. However, the ear cups are leatherette and soft, which means you can easily wear it for hours at a time and still remain comfortable. Ot also has Chroma RGB lighting that can be customized, which is another good thing about the ManO’War.

 

3. HyperX Cloud Alpha

A lot of people have the false notion that a good gaming computer headset costs a lot of money, but this is not true and the Cloud Alpha proves it. It has a high quality design and will provide you with quality mid-range sound effects. It features dual-chamber drivers, which means you can rest assure the audio quality is good. If you love playing PC games, especially first-person shooter games, then you’ll want to get your hands on this affordable headset.

 

4. Turtle Beach XO Three

Windows users can use the Turtle Beach XO Three, even though it’s meant to be used for Xbox One. In fact, it is compatible with any PC, as long as it has a jack for the headset and a mic, or you can use a splitter cable. The XO Three is also affordable, especially when you consider that it can uses 50MM sound drivers. You cannot go wrong if you decide to buy the Turtle Beach XO Three.

 

5. V-MODA Crossfade Wireless Headset

If you care more about sound quality than you do macro keys, LEDs that glow and things of that nature, then this is the one for you. The V-Moda Crossfade Wireless headset is stylish and it will provide you with bass-heavy sounds and crisp treble. Besides offering sounds that will impress you, it is extremely comfortable to wear and it’s spacious. This is thanks to the memory foam ear-cups it comes equipped with.

 

6. Astro A50 Wireless

The original Astro A50 changed the world of headsets for PC games and its successor has done the same thing, although it does follow the rule of if it isn’t broke, then don’t fix it. This means it is just as good as the original, but it does have wireless connectivity. The Astro A50 Wireless can also be used with Xbox One, PS4 and legacy consoles, which means if you want a versatile headset, then this is for you.

 

7. SteelSeries Siberia 840

This is the upgraded version of the Siberia 800, and it is far better because the Siberia 849 is all about personalize. You can customize the equalizer settings, as well as what you want to be shown via the OLED screen. This is thanks to the SteelSeries Engine 3 app. Let’s not forget to point out that the sound quality is superb.

 

8. Turtle Beach 350 Stealth VR

With so many cool gadgets making their way to PC gamers’ room, audio headsets for virtual reality were bound to be brought to the market, and this brings us to the next headset. The 350 Stealth VR from Turtle Beach is flexible and it has a sturdy, adjustable headband. It doesn’t matter how large your head is, you can rest assure it can be adjusted so it fits comfortably.

 

9. SteelSeries Arctis

The Arctis by SteelSeries continues the trend that the company is known for, which is stressing subtlety in its designs. This specific headset doesn’t have a gaudy appearance, as it has a professional appearance. This means your audience will see a more professional environment instead of other stuff. Also, you can customize the lighting too, which is another good thing about this product.

 

10. HyperX Cloud Stinger

One of the most inexpensive headsets for gaming on the market today is the HyperX Cloud Stinger. This one gives eSports gamers quality audio at a great price. Sure, the design isn’t much to rave about because it does have a basic red on black plastic design, but the stereo sound is unbelievable. With that said, it also has a noise-cancelling mic, which will keep background noise to a minimum.

 

12. Logitech G933

Logitech’s G933 Artemis is a top rated gaming headset that has a distinguished look. If you don’t like round-ear cups, then you’ll be pleased because the ear-cups on it are shaped like ears. The icing on the cake is the light strip that runs down from the ear-cup.

 

13. Void RGB By Corsair

If you’re after a headset that delivers powerful bass, then the Corsair Void RGB is worth taking a closer look at. You can even configure the lighting colors, thanks to the software that Corsair offers, or you can use the company’s K70 or K65 mechanical gaming keyboard to make it do a tandem dance. Not only that, but it provides a wireless range of more than 30 meters. Best of all, the Void RGB is affordable, even though it is a high quality product.

 

14. Turtle Beach Elite Pro

The Elite Pro by Turtle Beach was made with both PC gamers and console gamers in mind. When you put this headset on, you will feel as if you’re ready for war. It features ruler-type markings, and the headband is completely adjustable. This is thanks to the 50MM drivers.

Those are the best PC gaming headsets. Each one is unique in its own way, but one thing is for sure and that is they are all worth the money. If you want to take your PC gaming experience to a new level, then think about buying any of the above headsets today.