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The Best Gaming Headsets? IGN runs through the best available wireless headsets at various price-points in this comparison. Step up your audio game!
Products reviewed and where to buy them:
- 01:05 – Razer Nari Ultimate – $200 @ Amazon USA | £142 @ Amazon UK
- 03:14 – HyperX Cloud Stinger Core – $40 @ Amazon USA | £34.99 @ Amazon UK
- 05:03 – SteelSeries Arctis 7 – $180 @ Amazon USA | £158 @ Amazon UK
IGN published this video item, entitled “Best Wireless Gaming Headsets: $200, $150 and $80 Comparison” – below is their description.
If you want full immersion while gaming, nothing beats a good gaming headset.
But what’s out there on the market that might work for your needs?
Let’s take a look at three wireless gaming headsets that’ll keep you immersed in the game, whether you’re on PC or console.
The Razer Nari Ultimate for Xbox One, the HyperX Cloud Stinger Core for PC, the Steelseries Arctis 7P for PS4 and PS5, as well as their 7X wireless headset compatible with the Series X and Xbox One.
We’ll be diving in to each of these headsets, talking about how they perform in-game, the overall sound quality, the unique features of each, as well as which is the right choice for you price wise to meet all your current and next-gen audio needs.
Sound is important when finding the best wireless gaming headset. 2020 has provided us quite a few awesome choices in the field of best gaming headset.
2020 has so many choices when it comes to wireless gaming headsets! Whether you’re looking for the best gaming headset, the best wireless gaming headset, a budget gaming headset or the top gaming headset, these are definitely a few gaming headphones worth your time.
00:00 – Intro
01:05 – Razer Nari Ultimate
03:14 – HyperX Cloud Stinger Core
05:03 – SteelSeries Arctis 7
07:25 – Final Thoughts and RecommendationsIGN YouTube Channel
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- Headquarters location: Fountain Valley, California, United States
- Founded: 2002
- Parent organization: Kingston Technology
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In This Story: SteelSeries
SteelSeries is a Danish manufacturer of gaming peripherals and accessories, including headsets, keyboards, mice, and gaming surfaces.
- CEO: Ehtisham Rabbani (21 Oct 2014–)
- Headquarters: Frederiksberg, Denmark
- Founded: 2001
- Founder: Jacob Wolff-Petersen
- Type of business: ApS (Anpartsselskab): private limited company
- Subsidiary: Steelseries North America Corporation