Tipify Gaming Equipment Series: Best Gaming Headsets 2018
Posted 8th April 2018 By: Derpina    405 Views
Esports News – One may think that a gamer only needs a highly functioning computer with mouse and keyboard to execute attacks and counter-attacks. But a gaming headset is equally important as other gaming equipment. Headsets are used for input and output communications among the players and the game itself. The input communication refers to the microphone delivering commands from the player’s voice, whereas the output communication translates to its built-in speakers transferring audio from the game to the player. Aside from the complete virtual environment players can submerge into, communication is also the key to a successful competitive gaming.
Listed below are the top PC gaming headsets of 2018, equipped with the best hardware and software to provide a real-life audio experience:
Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless
The brand Corsair is widely known for its gaming peripherals with cutting-edge technology. And now that they have introduced a wireless headset for competitive gaming, gamers and loyalists will surely get one for their collection. The Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless has 50mm drivers, noise-canceling microphone, and RGB lighting. In addition to that, it is also supplied with Dolby Headphone 7.1 audio. Anyone using this will feel as if they’re actually part of the game since the headset can cancel any unwanted noises.
Corsair HS50 Stereo Gaming Headset
Another one from Corsair is its HS50 Stereo Gaming Headset. Unlike the Void Pro, this one is wired (analog), but also contains 50 mm drivers. A special addition of on-ear volume and mute controls will help gamers easily adjust the sound to their liking; they also won’t be having any problems with its multi-platform compatibility.
HyperX Cloud Alpha
This new 3.5mm headset has a dual chamber audio, removable cable, and microphone. The dual chamber audio is an ultimate game changer as it is capable of separating the bass from the mids and highs, say goodbye to noise distortion that usually affects the speakers. Also, gamers can go from wired to wireless in a second with HyperX Cloud Alpha’s removable cable.
One of the most user-friendly headsets is the Razer ManO’War, which is perfect for new and seasoned MOBA and FPS gamers. This wireless headset has a software-based 7.1 surround sound that allows quick plug and play. Comfortability-wise, its extendable 12-14 meter cable, and soft leatherette ear cups are worth the money.
HyperX Cloud Flight
This headset is not just wireless, it can also last up to 30 hours of heavy gaming. It can definitely keep up with anyone’s energy all day and all night. Rest assured that its long-lasting battery life is packed with high-quality stereo sound for a better gaming experience. You can even detach or attach the noise cancellation microphone depending on your needs.
SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless
Bluetooth is one of the most reliable connections in today’s technology, so SteelSeries’ Arctis Pro used the technology to also create the most reliable wireless headset. Its 40 mm driver delivers high-quality lossless sound; if you want to experience this without interruption, take advantage of the dual-battery charging system.
Creative Sound BlasterX H7 Tournament Edition
It’s easy to get connected with this new Creative Sound speaker because its wired interface can be played in USB or analog. If you read the product name again, you’ll notice that it was exclusively made for esports tournaments. The clear audio of 50mm drivers, detachable microphone, and steel and aluminum body of the headset are your starter pack for any matches you want to head to.
Asus ROG Centurion 7.1
If you want to move away from traditional-looking headsets, the Asus ROG Centurion 7.1 might just fit the bill. For a second, It might look bulky; but don’t worry, this monster of a headset carries a 10-driver 7.1 surround sound, dual-USB amplifier, Sonic Software compatibility, and HDMI pass-through.
SteelSeries Arctis Pro
Part of the SteelSeries headset is this wired Arctis Pro. The pristine audio of this headset is because of its 40 mm drivers and DTS Headphone:X v2.0. And if you want to take a break from gaming and just listen to music, its Digital to Audio (DAC) converter will ease your worries.
HyperX Cloud Revolver S
Last but definitely not the least is the USB-wired HyperX Cloud Revolver S. For your information, this headset is one of the most expensive gaming equipment in the market. But you get what you pay for since it carries 7.1-channel surround sound, 50mm drivers, Dolby DSP, and 3.5mm jack.