Vibe out These are the best headphones for gaming, for those who want something for more than games.
A great-feeling pair of cans with stellar battery life marred by poor virtual surround and software issues.
Logitech's ambitious new G633 is trying to break the stigma of crappy audio quality in 'gaming' headsets.
Sennheiser famously designs headsets for the aviation industry, so it’s little surprise the company is serious about comfort and fidelity.
Razer Surround is a program for gamers to get surround sound from any pair of headphones, be it Razer or otherwise.
This headset is absolutely massive. I’m talking Goliath-massive. After just two hours of using it, my neck ached as if I was wearing a military-grade Kevlar helmet.
Getting a headset that rivals your 2.1 external speakers’ sound is tough to do without dropping $200 (or more). And yet, the Tt eSPORTS Shock manages to do just that, and at a very reasonable $80.
On first glance, the wireless Chimaera’s gloss and flat-black coloring is absolutely gorgeous, but this beauty is tarnished by some quirky design choices.