Best Wireless Gaming Headphones

Best Wireless Gaming Headphones

Purposed to create a world of yours - where you're free of the undesired sounds of day-to-day life - at the touch of a button, is what every noise-canceling headphone oughts to do. While a lot of them do just that, they might not sound as extraordinary as the Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones we recommend. Or it might not be as voguish as the well-performing elegant Bose 700.

I got the DT-770 Pro as a support for mixing, because unfortunately I do not currently have the opportunity to edit my room acoustically for my studio monitors. So now I use the speakers for the regular work, while I use the headphones for the delicate places where I have to work very accurately. To anticipate it: For this purpose, the headphones work great for me!

It was particularly important to me that the entire spectrum is reproduced as unadulterated as possible so that I can make the most accurate decisions, especially in the bass range. The headphones deliver this without any problems.

We've compiled a List of Best Wireless Gaming Headphones in 2020

Whether the advertised transmission range of 5 – 35000 Hz is maintained, I can not say, I don’t think any human could hear past 20000 Hz; however, all frequencies that are heard for me are played back and it goes damn deep!

​Audeze, one of the most prestigious brands of high-end hi-fi headphones, dived in March 2018 into the gaming industry with a new top-tier gaming headset for high-caliber players. The event was of enormous surprise and truly intriguing; Not only because of the blending of an elitist brand like Audeze with the medium of gaming, but also for the expectations which had arisen by the upcoming of an alluring pair of gaming headsets and the unreal promises they’ve made.

Ergonomics

It doesn’t take long to realize the majesty of Audeze Mobius sound once donning them on your ears. As one of the best gaming headset, the audio quality is the second most intriguing aspect after the immersive soundscape generated by the planar magnetic drivers and Waves Nx technology for 3D audio immersiveness.

Not only does the 100mm planar magnetic drivers emulate the most authentic immersive cinematic experiences, they also achieve an admirable level of precision and responsiveness. The complexity of the captivating, imacculate surround sound with the dramatic and vivid sounds filled with details make it almost impossible to take them off your head. The experience is truly addictive.

SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless

Top-Tier: Best Wireless Gaming Headphones

Why we like it: The Arctis Pro Wireless allows users to adjust the sound, the settings are predefined, but you can also fine-tune each frequency manually through the transmitter base station in order to adapt to the type of game you play.

In games, as well as listening to music, the sound response is overall balanced and quite enticing. The details are noticeable, and a professional gamer can take advantage of various auditory elements. These wireless gaming headsets themselves are highly practical in competitive gaming, they’re lag-free, and the audio system is perfectly attuned to suit even the most demanding players.

The attached microphone located on the left ear cup is retractable, flexible, and, most importantly: oddly clear. The ambient noise is attenuated, thus no annoying sounds pass to the other side. What’s more, you can adjust the ratio of voice chat to game volume in a fairly intuitive manner without being forced to turn the overall volume up or down.

Verdict

Overall, a fantastic contender in the gaming world for e-sports, casual gaming, or music. If price is no object for you and want to have the best-in-class wireless gaming headset, buy the SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless.

Key Features

  • Extremely complex and versatile
  • Accurate 3D audio imaging
  • Resourceful sound spectrum with excellent bass and crystal clear sound
  • Fairly precise detatchable microphone

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SteelSeries Arctis 7

 

Astro A50 Wireless

Runner-Up: Excellent Wireless Headsets for Playing Games

Why we like it: Astro’s A50 design is quite unusual, eccentric actually. But since we rate performance over appearance when speaking of gaming headsets, the A50 landed on our list due to its lot-latency transmission, game-oriented sound reproduction, and fantastic comfort quality that is among the best we’ve encountered.

The headset is made entirely of plastic with only a few exceptions, such as the aluminum pivots that allow the headsets to be adjusted, which ensures a firm construction ready to hold out against gaming rage moments. Unfortunately, though, you’ll still have to refrain yourself since these wireless gaming headsets are a shade above $300. Their lightness and moderate clamping force coupled with pleasantly soft earpads warrant for a fantastic feeling of comfort, thus you can play video games relentlessly.

These wireless gaming headsets are compatible with PC and Xbox One or PS4. The Black Gold version of the A50 wireless headset is compatible with Xbox One, while the Black Grey A50 can operate with PS4. The sound is amazing on this high-end wireless gaming headset, which also constitutes the strongest aspect of the A50. With good Dolby 7.1 Surround sound, fantastic imaging, accurate restitution, plenty of details, and warm, clear basses, you can rest assured that your enemies won’t have a chance against you. Add a clear, intelligible microphone on top of that, and every speech of yours during a team fight becomes crystal-clear and inspirational.

Key Features

  • Extremely complex and versatile
  • Accurate 3D audio imaging
  • Resourceful sound spectrum with excellent bass and crystal clear sound
  • Fairly precise detatchable microphone

Alternatives:

Upgrade:

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HyperX Cloud Mix

Best Overall Wireless Gaming Headsets for PC, PS4, Xbox One & Other Platforms.

Why we like it: The multi-platform wireless gaming headset Cloud Mix is perfectly geared for games and professional video gamers with great functionality, accurate sound rendering, and impressive surround sound that makes playing games an alluring experience.

Cloud Mix’s design is practically identical to that of Cloud Alpha, and the same thing goes when the subject veers towards the audio quality. The sound drivers of Cloud Mix have experienced a reduction in diameter size from 50 mm to 40 mm, slightly diminishing the impact and depth in the lower frequencies. Nonetheless, the reproduction of the mid-range instruments and voices is correct, even though it is not as balanced and accurate as is the case in the lower end of the audio spectrum.

The absence of wires is highly convenient. With low harmonic distortions, the general sound rendering, which plays a major role during gameplays, is not affected. The latency of communication via Bluetooth also remains perfectly stable, measuring a time response of 30-40 ms.

Thanks to the light plastic construction, the weight of HyperX Cloud Mix confers good comfort. On top of that, no great wireless gaming headset comes without a crystal-clear microphone with good sound capture. Offering a considerable edge in the gaming scene.

Key Features

  • Extremely complex and versatile
  • Accurate 3D audio imaging
  • Resourceful sound spectrum with excellent bass and crystal clear sound
  • Fairly precise detatchable microphone

Alternatives:

Upgrade:

Budget Version:

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