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.
Time for a Bluetooth Battle! The Xbox Wireless Headset is a $99 Xbox and Bluetooth combo headset that offers a huge array of features given its price tier. Its closest Bluetooth-capable competitor in terms of price is the $149 Turtle Beach Stealth 700 (Gen 2) headset. Can the Xbox Wireless Headset triumph over a more expensive product? We went ears-on to find out.
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.
Both wired and wireless gaming headsets are great, but if you're an Xbox One owner, which type of headset is best for you? Additionally, what's a headset from each category you might want to buy? Here's what we think.
This is a gaming headset for the PC. It has surround sound, a flip-up mic that mutes itself, and memory foam ear cushions. The design is glasses friendly and comfortable for long-term gaming sessions with a metal-reinforced headband that's durable.
Turtle Beach is a popular gaming accessory brand that is known for its headphones. Today, the company revealed two new products for Gamescom 2019. The wireless Elite Atlas Aero features Turtle Beach Control Studio with Waves Nx audio technology. The Atlas Edge is a PC Audio Enhancer that plugs into any available USB port.
The Turtle Beach Stealth 600 is a great wireless headset for Xbox One, but it's a good idea to invest in accessories for it, as well as some replacement parts if you want to have insurance against damage.