WIRELESS GAMING HEADSETS

The advantage of Wireless Gaming Headsets is obviously, no wires. This gives you the ultimate freedom and the liberty of being able to move around and not be bound by wires attached to a PC or gaming console.

The cost premium that use to accompany the wireless versions of headsets has all but been eliminated.

Several years ago, wireless headphones had a reputation for sound dropout and poor battery life. Those problems may have been a turnoff, but with current wireless technology that is no longer an issue. There is simply no drawback to ditching the wires in 2018.

Below you will find a complete list of Wireless Gaming Headphones that we have reviewed as well as our Best Wireless Gaming Headset List for 2018.

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Logitech G935 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset Review

The Logitech G935 is here! Logitech has equipped it with new drivers, but everything else remains pretty much identical to the original. Is this thing worth the upgrade? The 935 is Logitech’s flagship gaming headset and I find the audio quality is to be better than the 933. The microphone has improved as well, but…

Best Gaming Headsets 2018

Best Wireless Gaming Headsets 2018

It’s a nice to stay in so let the Best Wireless Gaming Headset 2018 battle begin. If you’ve been considering getting a wireless headset you have come to the right place because I have Razer, Logitech, SteelSeries, Corsair and HyperX wireless gaming headsets. Price So let’s start with the price under $100 we only have…

HyperX Cloud Mix gaming headset

HyperX Cloud Mix Review

This is the HyperX Cloud Mix. It’s a wired/wireless gaming headset, and it’ll set you back around $200, which is a lot of money. I’m sure it’ll raise a lot of eyebrows, because we’re all familiar with the Cloud family and how good they are, especially the Cloud Flight, the Cloud Alpha’s and the Cloud…

Steelseries Arctis Pro Wireless Review

Features SteelSeries released their new Arctis Pro Wireless, their best of the best headset available at the time of this review and it comes with a digital to analog converter (DAC). I’m going to go through both pros and cons to help you make that next gaming headset purchase. I have both the Arctis Pro…

HyperX Cloud Flight Review

The new HyperX Cloud Flight gaming headset is here and it’s HyperX’s first wireless iteration within the Cloud lineup. I’m actually super excited to see how this headset will change the perception of wireless gaming audio in this industry. I say this because the entire Cloud Gaming Series lineup has been a really good example…

Corsair Void Pro RGB gaming headset

Corsair Void Pro RGB Review

We’re going to be reviewing a brand new gaming headset, the Corsair Void Pro RGB. The Void Pro headset comes a year after their last release, the regular Corsair Void, and they’ve made some changes this time around. In this review we’re going to check it out, do mic tests, go over the pros and…

Razer Thresher Ultimate wireless gaming headset

Razer Thresher Ultimate Review

Today we’re going to be reviewing the Razer Thresher Ultimate headset. A quick note before we begin, the Thresher Ultimate comes in Xbox and PS4 version, but both do work on PC. Specifications Inside the box we have some nice packaging as usual from Razer. I always have to give them props for the unboxing…

Logitech G533 wireless gaming headset

Logitech G533 Review

In a world of gaming headsets there are so many different options it’s sometimes hard to choose the right product for your needs. Do you prefer corded, cordless, stereo or a surround sound set up, is portability necessary? Those are some of the questions that need to be asked before making a decision. Logitech already…

SteelSeries Arctis Pro 7 wireless gaming headset

SteelSeries Arctis 7 Review

If you’re looking for the best headset on the market, do you need to drop $150 to get the quality you want? SteelSeries is notorious for their very well-received gaming mice, but does that tier of quality carry over to their other peripherals as well, and more specifically the SteelSeries Arctis 7? Let’s find out.…

Razer ManO'War wireless gaming headset

Razer ManO’War Review

Today we’re looking at the Razer ManO’War virtual 7.1 surround sound gaming headset. This headset is designed for PC and PS4 using 2.4 gigahertz technology which means you’re going to get a great lag free wireless experience. Specifications For specifications we’ve got a frequency response of 20Hz-20Khz from the 15mm drivers that feature at neodynium…