Do you fancy a new Xbox One headset? Do you fancy not spending more than $100? Let us help! There's a large range of solid audio options without breaking your budget. And here are our top picks that we've personally used.
The Xbox Series X is Microsoft's next big gaming console. Boasting industry-leading power, the Xbox Series X promises to be the most immersive video gaming console ever made. To that end, you're going to need a similarly immersive headset to go with it.
Roccat is on a roll with hardware thanks to its killer mechanical keyboards, and now the company has a more affordable wireless gaming headset, too. The ELO 7.1 Air boasts an impressive battery life, true surround sound, and solid audio for hearing everything in-game.
Looking for the best Xbox headset in 2021? We've got you covered. Our heavily-curated best Xbox headset list is full of tried-and-tested products from Windows Central's team of experts, and we'll examine the best Xbox headset for every user scenario, whether you want the best wireless Xbox headset, the best budget Xbox headset, or best wired Xbox headset, we've got you covered.
This is a Sennheiser manufactured headset that uses a closed acoustic design. Has long-lasting comfort with XL memory foam pads that also helps create an acoustic seal for immersive audio. Includes heavy bass and directional audio cues for games.
Apex Legends has been built from the ground up as a squad-based battle royale experience. You won't get too far without both great sound in your ears and clear comms with your teammates. So get a good headset and become a legend.
If you're shopping for a gaming headset then you're most likely going to be considering Razer. The company has been at the forefront of the space for many years and continues to push the boundaries and deliver what really matters to gamers. And this is the best of the bunch right now.
Audio should never be ignored when it comes to gaming, since bad sounds will make for a bad time. Fortunately it also doesn't have to be expensive thanks to Black Friday, and these Turtle Beach headsets will all set you back less than £30.
Kingston, the company behind HyperX, has a new edition of its famed Cloud II headset. The Cloud II Wireless takes the same brilliant design and audio production to a 2.4GHz wireless realm. Usable on PC, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch, it's an outstanding wireless option for those who want hours of comfort.
The BlackShark V2 from Razer is a great gaming headset, but what if you don't like headsets with cables? That's where the new BlackShark V2 Pro comes into play with wireless tech. We took one for a spin so read on to find out if it's worth your money.
SteelSeries took the Arctis 1, its more affordable headset, and added wireless but it didn't officially support Microsoft's console. Now, SteelSeries launched the Arctis 1 Wireless with full support for Xbox, and we took it for a spin.
When next-gen consoles like the Xbox Series X hit shelves, headset developers are no doubt going to be fiercely competing with each other to try and dominate the new market. Here are some features and options we hope to see as a result of that competition.
Turtle Beach has become a fan-favorite headset brand over the years, and today, their headsets represent the best of what the market has to offer. Here's a list of our favorite Turtle Beach headsets available now.