Users of Microsoft’s platform already have where to choose to buy one of the best XBOX SERIES S|X headsets. To make it easier for you, we have made a selection by price range, so you can buy the headset that best fits your budget.
If you want, you can also take a look at this selection with the best XBOX SERIES S|X controllers.
The cheapest headsets
ASTRO Gaming A10
Although it may not seem like it, ASTRO is a brand that spans the entire price spectrum and that’s why we start this list with these A10, one of the best cheap headphones.
Considering it is a high quality device, backed by the brand, these A10 are a wired headset with 3.5mm mini-jack plug and are designed to be quite comfortable for long gaming sessions.
One aspect that is quite important for this comfort is that since the headset does not have a battery, it weighs considerably less and is very light.
As for the mic, it has the typical ASTRO feature, which is that if you lift it upwards it automatically mutes.
The sound quality is quite good and fulfills its function perfectly, and it also has a built-in volume adjustment wheel on the cable.See price
Pacrate Gaming Headset
This is a simple but effective XBOX SERIES headset.
As for the sound, its 50mm neodymium drivers bring a great quality to the sound we receive, with a well-defined audio wave. In addition, they also have noise cancellation in the microphone, which filters the sound so that our voice is heard clearly.
The headphones are connected by cable with a 3.5mm mini jack plug and the cable has a volume wheel and a button to mute the microphone.
Finally, they are very comfortable headphones.See price
XBOX Wireless Headsets
From Microsoft itself comes this official headset, with a sober design, designed specifically for gaming for its low latency and a completely wireless connection.
As for audio quality, it incorporates technology compatible with spatial audio, we are talking about Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos and DTS Headphone, so that we can perceive from a 360-degree perspective the origin of each sound.
The microphone is foldable and we can store it when we are not using it, in addition each circular surface that makes the earmuff is in turn a volume wheel, one for the input audio and the other for the output.
The microphone has noise cancellation, so that the voice is transmitted in the cleanest and clearest way possible, in addition, the headphones have a software to adjust the equalizer of the audio in general and the sensitivity of some elements, such as the microphone.
The battery is charged via USB-C and has a battery life of approximately 15 hours of use.See price
The Logitech G432 headset from Logitech is one of the gaming headsets with the best quality / price ratio.
In terms of audio quality, apart from having 50mm drivers that have most helmets with a minimum of quality, it also has DTS 2.0 sound, a feature rather typical of the high-end, which provides a 360 ° spatial perception of the origin of each sound.
The microphone is noise cancelling and has a feature that automatically mutes when folded up.
The headphones are quite comfortable, have an adjustable headband and also a volume knob on one side.
The Logitech G432 is connected via a 3.5mm mini-jack cable.See price
PDP Gaming – Wireless Headset
If there’s one thing I’ve discovered doing these guides on gaming peripherals, it’s that the PDP brand is the leader in creating high quality devices at a very competitive price.
This is a wireless headset with an operating distance of up to 12 meters and a battery life of approximately 16 hours.
The microphone has a bidirectional input and noise cancellation, so that we are well heard in multiplayer games, also has mute function if we fold it up.
As for the audio, it has 50mm drivers that regulate the sound equalization, giving us an optimized audio wave. This is one of the features that makes these headphones of high quality.
In terms of ergonomics, the PDP are very comfortable headphones, with padded ear pads and you can use them without problems even if you have glasses.
Finally, on one of the sides there is a volume control knob, a button to switch between game or chat audio and a mode selection button.See price
Razer Kaira Pro
Razer is a company that usually looks both to the present and the future, so for the imminent arrival of the new generation has already prepared a headset to accompany our games with the best sound.
The Razer Kaira are wireless headphones, which incorporate what they have called 50mm titanium diaphragms, which are devices that equalize the audio frequencies in such a way that the feeling of clarity gives a qualitative leap compared to the previous generation.
The microphone is flexible and comes with an anti-pop acoustic protection mesh, to ensure that there are no sound peaks when talking through our headphones and also incorporates noise cancellation in its system.
The comfort for our ears also comes with an upgrade, this time in the form of viscoelastic foam ear cushions, with a breathable fabric that is quite pleasant to the touch.
The helmets incorporate a button to change the equalization profile, in case we prefer to increase the treble to better hear the footsteps of our enemies in a shooter, or if on the contrary we want to increase the bass and thus the immersion in a horror game.
Finally, these headphones incorporate XBOX Wireless technology, which guarantees a fast, simple and, most importantly, low latency connection.See price
From Corsair comes the HS75 XB wireless headphones
Corsair has taken a big step to provide users with a superior sound experience: a Dolby Atmos, accompanied by 50 mm neodymium transducers, will envelop us so that we do not miss any acoustic detail of the game.
Another of the strengths of the HS75 XB is comfort: the headband has a reinforced aluminum structure, and the ear pads are made of viscoelastic foam and leatherette, to mold firmly and provide the necessary comfort to the ears during long gaming sessions.
As for the volume adjustment, it has a wheel that allows you to level the sounds of the game with those of the chat voices: with this simple option, the two sounds do not step on each other, and you can adapt the volumes at will during gaming sessions.
The approval with Microsoft has made it possible for this headset to incorporate Xbox Wireless technology, which guarantees simple and stable connectivity (with a range of about 9 meters). With a battery life of up to 20 hours. Battery charging is done via a 1.8 meter USB cable included in the headset box.
The headset also features a detachable unidirectional microphone, which connects to the headset via a mini-jack port.See price
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