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We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in gaming headset & headphones.

Logitech G533 wireless gaming headset review

The G533 may look simple, but its deep set of customizable software and audio options give the headset an edge in any gameplay scenario. See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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Turtle Beach Ear Force XP Seven Review

  • Smooth, warm tone
  • Clear detail
  • Immense depth and dimension
  • Feature packed audio control
  • Cross platform connection
  • Solid construction and design
  • Virtual surround less immersive than some…
  • No wireless connectivity
  • Slight lack of clarity in the top end
Our Score 9

Tritton Kunai Review

  • Excellent balance
  • Clear tone and timbre
  • Ergonomic design
  • Music and gaming compliant
  • Extremely affordable
  • Ground hum when amplified
  • Lack of depth
  • Analog connection requires purchase of analog PS3…
Our Score 8

PDP Afterglow Review

  • Wide stereo sound
  • Big, well-defined bass
  • Good clarity and balance
  • Affordable
  • Feature packed
  • Lack of depth and definition
  • Some distortion issues
  • Strange fit for some head shapes
Our Score 8

Astro A50 Review

  • Immersive virtual sound environment
  • Pristine clarity
  • Comfortable design
  • Great balance
  • Slightly bright treble
  • EQ switch doesn’t deliver
Our Score 9

Sony Pulse Elite Edition Review

  • Outstanding, high-fidelity audio
  • Built-in rechargeable battery
  • Engaging “bass impact” feature
  • Convenient, flexible wireless solution
  • No USB charging cable inlcuded
  • Some users may find headband uncomfortable
  • Underwhelming virtual surround performance
Our Score 8.5

Razer Electra Review

  • Deep, controlled bass
  • Sensitive enough for all devices
  • Solid build quality
  • Soft, luxurious earpads
  • Just a bit of artificially bright treble
  • In-line microphone lacks controls
  • No accessories
  • Bulky
Our Score 8

Tritton Warhead 7.1 Review

  • Top-quality sound in games
  • Microsoft wireless security chip with easiest…
  • Exceptionally good battery life
  • Two batteries included, so one can charge while…
  • Comfortable, sturdy build
  • Conveniently placed audio controls prone to…
  • Snug fit results in sweaty ears during long play…
  • Virtual surround sound will never replace true…
Our Score 9

Turtle Beach Earforce X42 Review

  • Immersive sound
  • High-fidelity audio
  • Superior wireless range
  • Excellent microphone
  • Great battery life
  • Not a substitute for true surround sound
  • “Surround angle” settings not useful
  • No analog cables included
Our Score 7.5