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1 First Place Choyur Gaming Headset Compatible PS4 Xbox One, PC Game Headset Mic, Noise Cancelling Choyur Gaming Headset Compatible PS4 Xbox One, PC Game Headset Mic, Noise Cancelling
By Choyur
9.6
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2 Best Value BENGOO Gaming Headset for PS4 Professional 3.5mm PC LED Light Game Bass Headphones BENGOO Gaming Headset for PS4 Professional 3.5mm PC LED Light Game Bass Headphones
By BENGOO
9.3
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3 HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset for PC, Xbox One¹, PS4, Wii U (HX-HSCS-BK/NA) HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset for PC, Xbox One¹, PS4, Wii U (HX-HSCS-BK/NA)
By HyperX
9.1
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4 Logitech G230 Stereo Gaming Headset – On-Cable Controls – Surround Sound Audio – Logitech G230 Stereo Gaming Headset – On-Cable Controls – Surround Sound Audio –
By Logitech
8.8
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5 Logitech G430 7.1 DTS Headphone: X and Dolby Surround Sound Gaming Headset Logitech G430 7.1 DTS Headphone: X and Dolby Surround Sound Gaming Headset
By Logitech
8.6
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6 HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset for PC & PS4 & Xbox One HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset for PC & PS4 & Xbox One
By HyperX
8.3
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7 Corsair Void PRO RGB USB Gaming Headset with Dolby Headphone 7.1 Surround Sound Corsair Void PRO RGB USB Gaming Headset with Dolby Headphone 7.1 Surround Sound
By Corsair
8.1
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8 HyperX Cloud Core Gaming Headset for PC/PS4 (KHX-HSCC-BK) HyperX Cloud Core Gaming Headset for PC/PS4 (KHX-HSCC-BK)
By HyperX
7.8
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9 Amerzam Gaming Headset Stereo Surround Sound, LED Lighting & Noise Canceling Microphone PS4 Amerzam Gaming Headset Stereo Surround Sound, LED Lighting & Noise Canceling Microphone PS4
By Amerzam
7.3
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10 VersionTech G2000 Stereo Gaming Headset for PS4 Xbox One, Bass Over-Ear Headphones VersionTech G2000 Stereo Gaming Headset for PS4 Xbox One, Bass Over-Ear Headphones
By VersionTECH.
7.2
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These Are The BEST Wireless Gaming Headsets!

what a great second day of spring it's nice to stay in so let the gamingwireless headset battle beginhello good people I'm Dimitri and if you've been considering getting awireless headset you have come to the right placebecause behind me I have razor Logitech SteelSeries Corsair and HyperX solet's see which one is best right after this it's always a pleasure upgrading oradding new hardware to your system especially when it comes to storage likethis new OC ZTR 200 drive from Toshiba it's a great value SSD offers a niceboost in performance for boot times file transfers and just general system andwork operation with cutting-edge 3d flash memory and ultra reliablecontroller with built-in power management consider the upgrade todaywith TR 200 it's available in different capacities check it out below this worksee no wires it's amazing oh alright guys so let's begin this one's gonna beone epic roundup if you want to check out individual views of the headsetsthat we have done reviews of they'll be linked in the description and alsothat's where you'll find links to purchase any of these bad boys and tosmooth out your viewing experience the timecode for this video will be pinnedin the comments so let's go alright so let's start with the price under $100 weonly have two pairs the Corsair Void Pro Wireless RGB and the Logitech G533stepping up under $200 we've got the SteelSeries Arctis 7 the Logitech G933the Razer man o war from 2016 and the new HyperX cloud flight is up here tooat $159 and if you've got really big bucks to spend the Razer Thresherultimate will shred your wallet for sure but not as much as the SteelSeriesArctis Pro Wireless with that a little bit of an insane $329 price now beforewe dive right in leave your predictions on let's say who will win the headsetroundup in the comments below and then come back to it after you've seen theconclusion now I normally don't talk about packaging but of course thecult will appreciate the recognition plus they're the only ones to haveplastic covered the velvet material I do like Corsairs approach tosimplified packaging and HyperX flight with all the cables right at the surfacewhereas a steel series buries all their accessories and tiny boxes and logitechis the only one to have their headset wrapped now the number of accessorieskind of follows the price point they all charge via micro USB cable which isincluded with each headset along with some derivative of a USB dongle soeither a thumb stick style or the extension style so you can expand yourreach or close the distance between the headset now the Thresher ultimate comeswith a hub since it's a ps4 Edition so that's where you plug in the opticalcable and charge the headset through the hub as well a plastic headphone stem isincluded with some clothes resemblance to this Imperial shuttle from Star Warsnot sure if that's intentional or not while the most expensive pair the ArctisPro Wireless has all the cables and double the batteries and the control hubthat's also your receiver and a charging dock for the removable batteries so ifyou want a simplified wireless setup or are traveling want to minimize cablework all the pair's with the simple USB dongle would obviously be moreconvenient so like the void Pro the HyperX cloud flight both large techpairs and the Razer Man o war that has a tiny receiver actually built-in into theear cup while on the logitech g933 we actually have a specific compartmentinside the ear cup to store the receiver but for those that do not have anycompartments you can simply tuck it away inside the ear cup like this to safelykeep the receiver with the headset now build quality varies between theseheadsets significantly and it doesn't necessarily follow the price pointeither the most robust pair is the still series arctas pro also being the mostexpensive with the quality metal headband aluminum hinges and everythingjust feels awesome the only problem is you cannot expand them because they relyon this self adjusting fabric piece and the same goes with the Arctis 7 but thesehave plastic hinges which are a little bit more loose and weirdly followingafter that would be the coarser void pro which happens to be also the cheapestpair they are nicely balanced weight wise metal hinges are not to loseand they feel like they can withstand some unnecessary force like if they dropfrom a table or you know if you flip them across the room the microphone thoughfeels cheap you know the actual arm might lose resistance over time sothat's the only negative I do like the lightweight nature of the HyperX flightthe hinges feel fine but you have to be very careful with an all-plastic bodyand that seems to be the compromise for these because they're super lightweightso that's a positive and they kind of feel like that bose noise-cancelingheadphones too but when I'm stretching out them on the sides the plasticstretches too so just have to be careful and be cautious of their built qualitythe logitech g933 comes next with the robust plastic body that does not creakall over the place the hinges are not too loose and the extension mechanismstays in place - they're a little bit deceiving with this metallic surface butit does play on your perception of it feeling like a high quality build theRazer Thresher ultimate is quiet light thanks to the thin metal headband andplastic everything else the hinges worry me a little bit but they shouldn't haveany issues with supporting the full weight of the headset the only thingthat bothers me with the Thresher are the hinges and their corners are supersharp so if they're around your neck they could cut you Northcutt true butscratch you and the same thing if like you put your finger there while you'retaking them off it's not a pleasant experience unfortunately the worst buildquality goes to the Razer man o war they are bulky plasticy hinges are superloose and actually have a history of the middle headband piece breaking becauseit's not well attached and also the Logitech G533 they just feel supercheap and the hinges have absolutely no control so the ear cups just wobble allthe time and this headset has glossy sides if you like that dirty look andthe only quality element is the expansion mechanism what this is goingon right now now before we completely give up onheadsets that have really subpar build quality I want to say that throughout mytesting with these there is a balance between you know build quality soundquality comfort value features and so it's kind of like a mixed bag there isno perfect headset in ass lineup and that's a bit unfortunate but just keepthat in mind for later in the video and so nowlet's move on to comfort majority of these are awesome lightweight so you canwear them for hours until the battery dies and to no significant clampingforce for any of these so my favorite would be the HyperX cloud flight withfantastic ear cup isolation extra interior padding and they also expandfor larger heads no problem and fold on your neck in this nice low profile bothlogitech pairs have large and deep cushions awesome fit over all the G933has smooth air padding all around while the newer G933 has this harsh bathingsuit material that are super and pleasant on your skin both of them foldin your neck which are a little bit chunky on your ear cups but notuncomfortable seriously so this is the 533 hear how the sounds I could showerwith this you know substitute my spongebob sponge sponge versus the 933you may not hear the difference but I definitely feel differencethe 933 is much smoother the 533 is way harsh like sandpaper on your skin whichis super unpleasant by the way when it's right by your earsnow the void Pro has angular cushions so the cover my ears very well with nicepressure distribution to they fold in this non choking slim profile on yourneck the round cushions on the Thresher ultimate are fine they are large andwill cover your entire ear clamping force is pretty weak to avoid pressurebuildup but heat concentration is present and despite being the largestheadset in this round up default on my neck just fine without any mobilityissues the men-of-war headset has the same round ear cup design but a tighterfit and less comfortable headband with more pressure from the top and becausethey fold on this angle keeping them on your neck is really uncomfortable nowthe artist Pro Wireless comes with deeper cushions and slightly expandedheadband versus the Arctis 7 but since they're not really size adjustable itwon't be comfortable for larger heads and both of them like to choke you whenplaced around your neck the Arctis 7 more so because of thetighter headband and so the 3 oddballs would be the 2 SteelSeries headsets andthe razor Man O War something because the razor one has problems with theheadband and it's not really comfortable whenthey're on your neck while the SteelSeries is perfectly fine forsmaller heads you know they're okay for me as well but I wish I had a little bitmore expansion at the bottom so that I could bring them down a little bit moreif I'm wearing hat or something like that but because they choke you whenthey're around your neck you know if you wear them around your neck and sincethey're wireless - it's kind of like a perfect thing to leave them on your bodywhen even if you're not listening to something there's a little bitunfortunate with the SteelSeries Arctis Pro and the Arctis 7 the HyperXflight oh man what a comfortable design for on your neck just lovelymoving on to features each headset has a power button and mic mute switch and thevolume wheel and only the razor pairs the avoid Pro and the Arctis Pro haveprecise steps for volume all other have terrible control the G933 has three Gkeys for macros like changing your EQ settings lighting or whatever else andboth SteelSeries pairs include a headphone share port which is quiteunique the Arctis 7 has a dial for chat mix to balance voice versus in-gamevolume while the Arctis Pro is the only headset with dual wireless connectivitywith bluetooth support so letting you connect this to your notebook or yoursmartphone without the need for a USB dongle now the hub with the Thresherultimate is bare-bones in terms of control just the power button in thefront and the Dolby surround sound that I don't understand why it's hidden inthe corner while the hub on the wireless pro lets you control your EQ mic sidetone chatmix basically it's a driver free experiencethat is appreciated and you have all this control even if you connect it to aps4 alright so microphone test time so whatyou're hearing now is that from the Arctis Pro Wireless being the mostexpensive one how do you think that one sounds now it's cleanthere's no noise when they stop speaking but the thing is it just sounds likethere's way too much compression going on as it tries to cancel out whatever isin the background so next up is the cloud flight I think this one has reallyaggressive noise compression tries to just like really mute the background andthat causes the voice to be muffled not the best sounding microphone in thiscollection and just like lacks definition and it's not as sharp as theother pair that you just heard what you're hearing now is that from theLogitech G933 this is the oldest headset in thiscollection and I think it sounds the worst as well it just doesn't have muchbackground compression or any focal compression it just like it picks up waytoo much ambient stuff and doesn't help to isolate just the voice and the voicedoesn't sound that great either so um what are you gonna do luckily the new g533 definitely sounds much better it still exhibits a lot of background likenoise and hiss despite the trying to cancel that out but the actual vocalrange is much improved versus the older g933 the Corsair void Pro is next sothis one has really aggressive noise compression and tries to like reallycancel out anything so you will have these spikes in terms of volume in termsof your speech so if you're not speaking loud enough it will just completely cutthat out so it's not as powerful because it has that really aggressive noisecancellation the next one is the razor Man O War which is also one of theoldest ones in the surround of and it also sounds pretty bad you can see it'svery Boomy it doesn't have clarity in the voice and it does have really good likenoise compression in terms of the background stuff but yeah it just interms of the vocal pickup it's not pleasantunfortunately the updated razor had said does not have any improvements in themicrophone quality it still sounds very booming there is a you know aggressivebackground compression too but the vocal definition just completely is lacking incomparison to everything else in this roundup and finally the SteelSeriesArctis 7 it's weird because they all sound the same in terms of how muchcompression there is for the vocals not just for the background and there'strying to compensate for that you know I'm guessing for like the keyboardswitches and typing stuff but it really destroys the any vocal definition andrange that you might expect from an actually decent microphone like themicrophone on the Sennheiser game one it's been my go-to headset for gamesbecause the microphone is just so good lots of body to the sound there's nothat nasally compression that we hear on all other gaming headsets not just onthis wireless stuff that we're testing today but yeah this has been mydefinition of like a reference quality microphone on the gaming pair so let meknow if you agree so based on that mic test which one sounded best to you Ithink the worst one would be the G933 which is also the oldest one the Razerpairs have that nice lower end boost which is booming well the rest of themcan sound the same they all will kind of have this nasally compression going onin the background so I'm not exactly sure which one wins so you let me knowokay so in terms of sound performance they all deliver really powerful outputin terms of volume so that's not really an issue but they do have prettydifferent sound characteristics so if you're looking for the best surroundsound experience hands down either of the large stick pairs both create thislarge soundstage experience without compromising important details withincredible imaging I like feeling the audio cam like in front of you and notjust in your headset and even in stereo mode you get amazing definition powerfulbass control treble on both and it's really unfortunate that the 533 is soflimsy because the sound and surround sound is just fantastic and adds extrapoints to this headset overall the next in the chain would be the HyperX cloudflight with a lot of definition precise bass heads and smooth treble anddefinitely one of the best within this roundup the Corsair voice Pro Wirelessare satisfactory with balanced output it's more closed off compared to theHyperX for example but with good detail presentation and bass that's therewithout overstepping its boundaries now the sound signatures between theSteelSeries headset is completely different they both have awesome detailand really tight bass but the Arctis 7 I prefer more because on the ArctisPro while is the sound stage is slightly expanded and the treble is brighterwhich I prefer less and this the Arctis 7 is like overall a more funsignature for me both music and games and lastly that two razor pairs are themost powerful out of the bunch at 60% volume I was totally comfortable interms of power output now the razor thresher has super harsh travel beyond60% volume to the point of me needing to like lower it in order to hear anythingand regardless of this upper boost it lacks mid-range definition and bass hasleft the building - in comparison to everything else that's on the list whilethe men of war has a smoother treble and a more pleasant sound signature incomparison to the thresher but both these would be fantastic for FPS whereyou can hear every little detail and you don't careabout the rest of the spectrum range you know where you want just the reallysharpness to hear everything so perhaps for competitive stuff that would be finebut I'm guessing everyone who's be spending money on the wireless gamingheadset doesn't want to be just listening to FPS stuff but you want anall-around sound signature that would be compatible for both music movies andgames and I would say the razer stuff isn't ready to par for that in terms ofthe wireless signal all of these in my space are perfectly fine i am able towalk around the space go six meters away with a few walls in between withoutlosing a signal and without hearing any quality loss in audio so in terms ofbattery life I think the SteelSeries Arctis Pro takes the win easily becauseof these interchangeable batteries because one of them is constantlycharging inside the doc so you just simply swap them out when one dies andyou never have to plug it in to charge the headset versus all others need to beplugged in for charging whereas the large tech stuff I really appreciate thebattery percentage indicator in the software so you know exactly how muchjuice you have left and you have to plug them in versus the rest of them in likethe Corsair but the Corsair stuff would give you low medium or high in terms ofbattery life whereas the razor thresher has no software so you cannot even checkthe battery life everything else can last two days and then you have to berecharging and so depending on how much you use I think I would go for aboutmaybe 10 hours of listening a day for most of these no problem and I wouldhave to recharge it a little bit on the third day so that gives you a little bitof an indication on how often you need to recharge so maximum I would say 2-3days unlike good heavy use with any of these but still the Arctis Pro becausethat removable battery easily wins the battery test alright people it isconclusion time and I will give you a few of my favorites first the HyperXcloud flights so they're super comfortable I can wear them for hoursthey have amazing isolation and sound quality is incrediblethey are driverless so you don't have to think around stuff it just it is what itis but it is a bit expensive at the hundred sixty bucks so itslightly cheaper options where the cheapest option in this roundup would bethe corsair void pro at $80 i'm overall impressed with this the only crappything is the boom arm for the microphone it feels kind of flimsy and cheap but interms of comfort sound quality range and battery life really good stuff as longas it turned off the RGB you'll be fine the game for at least two days but mysurprising pick would be the oldest out of this bunch logitech g933 notexactly sure why large tech went ahead to replace the really good material thatthey've had there with something that is from a bathing suit on the newer modelsbut here the sound quality is incredible for Wireless and like really powerfulnot punchy but like really tight bass really good detail you know treble nottoo harsh the microphone quality on here is actually the worst out of the bunchbut as long as my teammates can understand me I'm fine and this is theonly headset ever which I've actually enjoyed surround sound with but it'sawesome and this would be like a really good dedicated gaming headset Idefinitely want to give SteelSeries a shout out with the Arctis 7 I thinkthis is the better headset versus the Arctis Pro Wireless and if you guys wantto see a complete head to head let me know in the comments below but this onesounds better to me and I don't really care so much about the the really bighub there with the interchangeable batteries so to me this would be abetter value and it's significantly cheaper the only thing is Steelserieshave updated the padding and the actual headband on the pro to be a little bitmore comfortable versus the Arctis 7 now in terms of the razor stuff it'sgood to see they've changed the design of the thresher to be a little bit moredistant from the Man O War so it's more durable but in terms of sound quality Ifeel like they went a little bit too much on the brightness like it's areally sharp headset so if you're into that definitely check them out in termsof the fit it's one of the better in this collection and the man o warsurprisingly still sounds pretty good for being a 2016 release it's only thethe frame itself is really bad and you canup online as to why the top headband just keeps breaking because the designis not exactly the best but the raiser section here you know if you want tomaintain loyal then the Razer thresher would be my recommendation alright guysso that is it for this epic roundup let me know which one of these you wouldpick if you are on the market for a wireless gaming headset in the commentsbelow as always make sure to subscribe and follow us on social media check outthis other relevant content and also don't forget to let me know which one ofthese sounded the best in the microphone quality because to me the kind of allsounded a little bit the same with one of them a little bit poor I can't thinkwith so many headsets on me guys I'm Dimitri thanks so much for watchingwe'll see you in the next video this work.