Xbox Game Pass has made a big splash in the Android gaming world. If you want to get the best out of your time, you'll need a good headset to help take your gaming to the next level. Check out our picks for the best!
Scuf is primarily known for making controllers, but the company released its first headset through a partnership with its new parent company Corsair. The stylish device provides fantastic audio quality and a comfortable fit.
These wireless gaming earbuds can connect with almost every major console or gaming device, plus provide spatial audio and low latency. But do these perform as well as most over-the-ear gaming headsets? It depends on what type of gamer you are.
Has high-quality audio with virtual 7.1 surround sound and 50mm neodymium drivers. It even has an omnidirectional mic with crystal-clear audio for communication. The 2.4GHz wireless connection means zero latency, too. Portable and comfortable.
This wireless gaming headset works with the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, computers, smartphones, and more, lasts for 15 hours per charge, and has a built-in microphone. Today's offer at BackMarket includes a 1-year warranty on a mint refurbished model.
The Tribit QuietPlus provides a reasonable headset option for someone who isn't looking to break the bank and enjoys the flexibility of going wired or Bluetooth. There are some concerns to be aware of though.
This PUBG edition of the SteelSeries Arctis 5 gaming headset, featuring DTS Headphone: X v2.0 surround sound and a ClearCast bidirectional microphone, is now down to $60 for one day only at GameStop. Shipping is free.
The Soundcore Strike 3 headset offers virtual 7.1 surround sound with oversized 52mm driver and comfortable ear pads made with soft memory foam. There's a detachable noise-canceling microphone as well.
The A50 headset has a 15-hour battery life, Dolby Audio, and more. Includes Dolby Atmos support on Xbox. Gives you complete control over the sound using Astro software. Base station has built-in mixamp.