Corsair's most expensive and luxurious gaming headset, the Virtuoso RGB Wireless SE, offers a couple of upgrades from the "regular" Virtuoso RGB Wireless, but also surprisingly falls behind in the microphone department.
Corsair just released a new line of high-end gaming headsets. The Virtuoso RGB Wireless is the company's best and most complete gaming headset to date, offering fancy looks, good sound quality, excellent battery life, great versatility, and the best wireless headset microphone yet.
For the asking price of $110, the 1MORE Dual Driver BT ANC In-Ear Headphones might quite possibly be one of the best choices on the market. They sound good, look great, and are built like a tank, and their feature list just goes on and on.
The HiFiMAN Sundara is the name of the wildly successful HE-400i which set the bar in terms of sound quality for entry-level planar magnetic headphones. The Sundara is roughly the same form factor, but a lot has happened on the design front. The Sundara features a new headband, new cup, and new pads, which are more in line with their higher-end offerings.
Corsair introduces their least-expensive gaming headset to date, the HS35 Stereo. It's a simple analog multi-platform headset that does a very good job of justifying its modest $40 price tag.
1MORE just launched an excellent pair of true wireless in-ear headphones—which not only connect wirelessly to the sound source, but also communicate between the left and right earpiece. For $100, the 1MORE Stylish True Wireless In-Ear Headphones offer great value, both in terms of features and raw performance.
After releasing two excellent gaming headsets, Sennheiser is at it again with the GSP 550, an open-back model with USB connectivity. That alone makes it quite unique, but does it also make it worth the high asking price of $250/€250? We are here to find out.
Compared to the analogue Cooler Master MH751, this gaming headset comes with a USB sound card and does, as such, cost more, but also supports virtual surround sound.
Cooler Master's new analogue gaming headset hits all the right spots: it's comfortable, performs very well, and offers good value for your money!
Creative finally brings to market its Super X-Fi technology built over 20 years of R&D. It aims to be a radical new change to the audio world by not only offering extremely convincing surround sound using stereo headphones, but generally enhancing the audio experience even for mono recordings provided you have a certain set of compatible devices.
At CES this year, EVGA announced their long-teased entry to the dedicated audio market with the NU Audio sound card. A result of a collaboration with Audio Note, this preview goes over the unboxing experience, and we disassemble the NU audio card to gain technical insights and learn about its components.
The Mixcder E8 is a pair of wireless, over-ear headphones with active noise cancelling, and a price that's much lower than you'd expect after going over the list of features. Just about everyone is after a pair of wireless headphones nowadays; here's something worth considering if you're on a tight budget.
Costing a mere $25, the Onikuma K5 isn't a gaming headset you'd dare expect a lot from. Surprisingly enough, it manages to beat some competitors two or three times its price in some aspects, which means you get a lot of bang for your buck!
1MORE's Dual Driver is the new younger brother to the critically acclaimed Triple Driver In-ears. It inherits the exterior design of the Triple Driver, which is great as it has proven both durable and comfortable. However, on the Inside, the Dual Driver is completely new, featuring one large dynamic driver with graphene coating and one balanced armature tweeter.
The Audeara A-01, a pair of wireless headphones, comes with fantastic battery life and a truly unique feature: a detailed hearing test used to tailor the sonic performance to your own ears. We do need to talk about that $400 price tag, though.
The RHA MA750 Wireless is the company's best wireless pair of in-ear monitors. They are based on the extremely popular wired model MA750 known and liked for its excellent price-performance ratio. Those are big shoes to fill, so let's find out if the transition to wireless was successful.
The 1MORE Triple Driver BT In-Ears are the wireless successor to the highly-praised wired pair of in-ear headphones of the same name. They're equipped with three speaker drivers, as well as a couple of unique features that make them stand out among competing products.
1MORE's newest full-size headphone offering is called the Triple Driver Over-Ear. As the name suggests, these headphones feature three drivers, although one is passive. 1MORE combined a relatively large dynamic driver with a graphene dome, ceramic tweeter, and a passive driver; all of this inside a closed-back over-ear design.
Developed in cooperation with professional eSports teams, the Logitech G Pro Gaming Headset is here to give you a competitive edge in your favorite multiplayer games. You're getting a great headset with a good microphone for well under $100. Comfort is also excellent, letting you game for several hours without any issues.
The Sennheiser HD 660 S is a direct successor to one of the most legendary hi-fi headphones of all time, the HD 650. With a price tag of $500/€500, does it have what it takes to carry on the legacy?
The freshly released 1MORE Spearhead VRX is the newest, technologically beefiest, and most expensive gaming headset 1MORE has to offer. It comes with a unique head-tracking unit that works in conjunction with an advanced DSP to achieve an immersive surround sound experience.
The Beyerdynamic MMX 300 2nd Generation is the new iteration of the company's first gaming headset. It keeps the high price of its predecessor, but significantly improves upon all its key aspects, which makes it an interesting choice for exceptionally demanding gamers with big budgets.
Etymotic's ER3-series in-ears aim to bring their ER4 design into a lower price category. Priced at $179, the ER3s are nearly half the price of the ER4-series in-ears, and their specification sheets show that they are not far off. We take a good look at the new in-ears to see how they fare against their bigger brethren.
Open-back gaming headsets are few and far between, but Sennheiser didn't forget about users who prefer them over their closed-back brethren. Let's find out if the Sennheiser GSP 500 offers enough to justify its hefty $230/€229 price tag and if it's a worthy replacement for the company's excellent Game One gaming headset.
With a price tag of $90, the freshly-launched Corsair HS70 Wireless just became one of the least expensive brand-name wireless gaming headsets on the market. It's based on the wired HS50, so let's find out what was gained and lost after its wire got cut.