The 6 Best Headsets on the Market

The 6 Best Headsets on the Market
March 16 2017 ZQRacing

Are you looking to match your snazzy new ZQ Racing Chair with the perfect gaming headset? With so many variations and brands on the market today, it can be hard to sort the good from the rubbish. We’re here to help!

Check out our following mini-reviews (in no particular order) to determine which headset is set to be your new best friend.

1. HyperX Cloud

Listed by multiple sources as one of the best deals for its level of quality, the HyperX Cloud is perfect for gamers on a budget. With its super soft, padded, leatherette headband and ear pads, you’ll literally feel like your head’s in the clouds.

hyperX cloud

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2. Creative Sound BlasterX H5

The ultimate in comfort – these bad boys are perfect for extended gameplay sessions (or LAN parties). Sound Blaster has been a popular brand of audio equipment for decades, so you know they’ve got the experience to back their goods. The Creative Sound BlasterX H5 has a noise reduction mic that works like magic during online chat games.

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3. Razer ManO’War Wireless 7.1

Wireless, lightweight, comfortable and ultra snazzy looking – the Razer ManO’War headset is a quadruple threat. Actually, make that a quintuple threat, because they have a sick name too. While they are a bit on the pricey side, they are nicknamed ‘wire-free wonders’ for a reason.

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4.SteelSeries Siberia 800

The SteelSeries Siberia will steal your heart and soul (and a lil chunk of your bank account, too). One of the top of the range, these multi-compatible, wireless headsets are crazily luxurious. They also come with an external transmitter, making switching between devices hassle-free.


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5. Turtle Beach Elite Pro Tournament

Your e-sports master headset. Think multi-layered sound, super comfortable fit and an ultra clear microphone. They’ve even got a feature specifically for glasses wearers, where you can reduce the pressure of the ear cushions on your glasses (and therefore the tension on your skull). Again, a bit on the more expensive side.


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6. Astro A40TR

The sleek Astro A40TR headsets can be easily customised to fit different users – a handy feature if you’re the sharing kind. They come with a noise cancelling feature, allowing you to switch between quiet 1v1 games to loud pro tournaments with the flick of a button.

astro a40tr

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There’s a lot more on the market that we could go through but to be honest, as long as you don’t go for the Apple Beats headsets, we think you’ll be on the right track.


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