5 Gaming Headsets You Should Try Before You Die

With so many mouth-watering games set to release this year, it’s about time you invest in a good gaming headset. It’s essential for maintaining that impressive kill-streak or getting lost in the tropical on your next adventure. Whether you game on an Xbox, PlayStation or on your PC, getting a good headset helps you enjoy the best out of your game.

Casual and professional gamers alike can come up with a wide and diverse array of reasons why you need a good gaming headset, rather than any run-of-the-mill pair of cans. Let’s take a look at some of the best headsets available today so that you can up your game and get the leverage over your enemy you deserve.

1. SADES SA 708

sades sa 708Sades has recently emerged in the market and become famous economical high quality gaming headsets. Probably the most budget friendly headset on the list, the Sades SA 708 features a cool electric design and a comfortable adjustable design.

The headset comes with RFI/EMI shielding to prevent from any kind of interference, making sure that you enjoy the game through and through. With the adjustable mic, you can communicate with the team when needed and tuck it away when you don’t need it.

2. Asus ROG Centurion

Asus ROG CenturionIf it’s one thing that this headset doesn’t care about, it’s the fashion trends. Sporting a garish lock, the Centurion blasts amazing sounds. While it may be a hassle to set these up, that’s not to say it doesn’t have room for more.

The fact is, the Centurion 7.1 features support for full-fledged 7.1 surround sound external speakers, but the controls for the amp on board provide you with complete control over the sound being outputted. You can even make use of Asus’s own software package to gain more control over the headset’s functions. Learning your way around the headset is tough, but if you are willing to push yourself through it, the reward is worth it.

3. SteelSeries Arctis

SteelSeries ArctisWith an Arctis, you get 3 different flavors i.e. the Arctis 3, 5 & 7, each one carrying a price tag more expensive than the last. With the 3, you get your regular analog treatment. The 5 kicks things up a notch and brings in an impressive DAC (digital to analog) converter. The 7 is the best of the series with wireless capabilities and an accompanying app to take the experience to the next level.

4. HyperX Cloud Stinger

One of the most affordable headsets on the market today, the Stinger provides the gamers with premium audio at a budget friendly price. While the design is pretty similar to what we have in other headsets, the stereo output is amazing. It is comfortable to wear for long sessions.

5. Razer ManO’War

Easy to set up, the ManO’War helps you set up and be ready to take on your enemies in no time. Sure it’s a little bigger than the others on this list, but the surround sound and the comfort is amazing for long sessions. Easy on the eyes, these ones have customizable lights thanks to the Chroma RGB lighting, which can be customized through the Synapse program on PC.

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