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EPOS have knocked it out of the park with the H3 Hybrid headset. It covers absolutely every scenario you can imagine, works across multiple formats and products, looks great, feels brilliant and sounds nothing short of immense. If you’re in the market for a headset that does the lot and doesn’t cost an absolute bomb, you’ll not go wrong with the EPOS H3 Hybrid. Go and buy it.
Turtle Beach are well known as being right up there in and amongst the leaders in the gaming headset market, with options available at a range of features and prices. Today though it's all about their newly redesigned Recon 200 Gen 2 Multiplatform gaming headset - one that delivers even more features and functionality at the same great price as the original version.
What NACON have done with an already great product needs to be commended. The RIG 700 PRO HX headset for Xbox is easily up there with the most comfortable headsets that we’ve ever worn, the wireless capabilities are rock solid and the latest amendments with this next-gen PRO version have all been for the better.
Gioteck are well known in the gaming industry, mostly for relatively cheap, pretty cheerful gaming accessories. They’ve got the TX50 headset, but they’ve also got the slightly more expensive TX70 headset to go alongside that one. The problem is, it’s branded for PS4 and PC. Does that mean we can’t use it with our beloved Xbox console?
Aside from the cheap-looking headband, the Turtle Beach Recon 500 headset does exactly what you need of a gaming headset. With a nice price tag in tow, if you’re happy to run a wired route, or are looking for something that can be utilised across formats and platforms, it’s certainly worth considering.
The RIG brand itself was picked up by NACON, a company who are fast making waves in the gaming scene by taking on a range of games and ideas. It is with them that the RIG 500 PRO HX has been slightly reworked, remodelled, and redesigned. It’s all the better for it.
It took a little while, but over recent years all manner of companies have been vying for a place on the head of gamers. Whereas the gaming headset market was previously pretty much sewn up by the likes of Turtle Beach and Astro, we've not got RIG, Audeze, EPOS and more all looking to grab a piece of the very profitable pie. The latest company to enter the scene is that of VZR with their Model One - the audiophile gaming headset.
There are a huge range of gaming headsets on the market, with Xbox themselves, Audeze, RIG, EPOS and more all moving on to the scene. One of the longest running players though is that of Turtle Beach, a company who pride themselves as being at the top of the game and able to provide a variety of gaming headsets no matter what you needs. There's always room for improvement and greater options though - and that is where Turtle Beach's all-new Recon 500 gaming headset with 60mm Eclipse Dual Drivers comes in.
When NACON took over the RIG name from Poly it allowed them to strengthen their place in the gaming scene, with movement into the accessories market in style. Today though comes their biggest announcement since that move, with confirmation that the RIG PRO Compact controller, and the RIG 500 and RIG 700 gaming headsets are coming.
Coming alive when you utilise this in your gaming sessions, and easily available as one of those do it all headsets that can be left laying around for multiple users to pick up and play, should you be able to consider a headset that comes with a wire, there is next to no reason why the EPOS H3 Wired Gaming Headset shouldn’t be on your list. Not only does it sound great, provide clear comms, be super simple to use and come in so lightweight that you rarely notice it in place, it also comes at a price that will be instantly appealing.
There are many headsets out there in the world, but some of the cheapest come from those at Trust. After pushing out the Trust GXT 310 Radius Gaming Headset a few months back, it is now time to focus efforts on the new Trust Carus range.
There are a huge number of Xbox headsets already on the market, with third party manufacturers likes Razer, SteelSeries, EPOS, RIG and more providing all manner of options. Now though Xbox are getting in on the game - with the Xbox Wireless Headset.
For less than half the price of a brand new AAA game, the Gioteck TX50 Premium Stereo Gaming Headset is a multi-platform gaming headset worth a little consideration.
In terms of sheer sound quality Audeze have knocked it out of the park with the Penrose X Wireless Headset for Xbox.
Should you be a fan of what ASTRO Gaming have delivered in the past, then the Gen-2 A20 Wireless Gaming Headset for Xbox should certainly be one to consider.
£90 may seem a lot of money for EPOS | SENNHEISER’s baby headset - and I’d still try and find the extra cash for a purchase of the GSP 602 - but if you find the GSP 300 within your budget, this is 100% a headset to consider.
What Trust have done with the GXT 310 Radius must in a weird way be commended: coming to a heaving market with a multi-format headset that costs less than £20 deserves some kind of mention. Unfortunately that headset is so lacking in features, comfort and quality, that aside from being seen as a ‘my first gaming headset’ for the very youngest of gamers, it should probably be dismissed from any wishlist immediately.
If you know anything about gaming accessories, then you'll know that Turtle Beach are right at the very top of the tree, pushing out numerous gaming headsets with a whole range of prices and features. Two of their very best selling options are that of the Stealth 700 and Stealth 600, so it makes utter sense to head into the next generation of gaming with some next gen headsets - the Stealth 700 Gen 2 and Stealth 600 Gen 2.
So, the EPOS | SENNHEISER GSP 500 headset. Is it worth a look? Yes, by all means you’ll want to put this on your consideration list for when you next go headset shopping, and if you like the feel, look and sounds produced by the open-back cups, you’re going to be well sorted.
There are many headsets rolling around the gaming space, but some of the best are from those at EPOS | SENNHEISER with their 600 range of gaming headset providing the goods in many ways. Fancy winning one of two EPOS | SENNHEISER headsets that we have to giveaway?
Whilst it may seem a high price to pay for a headset that on the face of it does without any clever gimmicks, the build quality, sound quality and fitting ensure that EPOS | SENNHEISER have brought a top-notch wired headset to market with the GSP 602. If you’re a fan of the brand and don’t fancy cutting the cable just yet, this is a gaming headset to seriously consider purchasing.
Durable, reliable, stylish. Gioteck aim to deliver on all three of those counts, and with their new next-gen headsets and premium high speed cable pack, they may just be doing it.
If you really can’t stomach paying more than a ton for a gaming headset, and have the budget required in order to grab the Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2, then you’ll be more than happy with what it brings - after-all, Turtle Beach rarely make duds. But you may just be left with the nagging feeling you wish you’d gone one step further.
ASTRO Gaming. A name that has grown over the years by delivering premium gaming equipment for all. Well, ASTRO are back and this time they are teaming up with the Call of Duty franchise to deliver a brand new headset to Xbox, PlayStation and PC gamers - the ASTRO Gaming Call of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War A10 Headset.