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best gaming headsets review

Best Gaming Headset of 2022

Searching for the hottest new gaming headset? We bought the most compelling products and tested them head-to-head to...
epos h6 pro gaming headset review
Top Pick

EPOS H6 Pro Review

If you're in the market for an open back headset, this is the premier device but it comes with a relatively hefty...
epos game one gaming headset review

EPOS GAME ONE Review

If you want a quality immersive experience only a top-notch gaming headset can offer, have a look at the Game One --...
sony mdr-7506 over ear headphone review

Sony MDR-7506 Review

For those that like as much detail as possible in higher vocals and guitars, these headphones are a fantastic choice...
jabra elite 85h wireless headphone review

Jabra Elite 85h Review

These headphones provide close but not quite top-tier performance at a close to but not quite top-shelf price. They do...
beats solo3 wireless headphone review

Beats Solo3 Review

The highpoint of these headphones is the styling, as otherwise the Beats Solo3 largely fail to deliver on the quality...
beats studio3 wireless headphone review

Beats Studio3 Review

Unfortunately, the Studio3 does not live up to its premium price tag. If you want top end performance you're better...
jbl live 650btnc wireless headphone review

JBL Live 650BTNC Review

Offering above-average performance at a far more reasonable price than much of the competition, the JBL Live...
skullcandy crusher wireless headphone review

Skullcandy Crusher Review

With a bass driver that literally shakes, the Skullcandy Crusher pleases the bass obsessed, but offers few other...
Tribit XFree Tune Review

Tribit XFree Tune Review

Decent sound and a low price somewhat make up for an uncomfortable fit and mediocre sound isolation, but not...
Cowin E7 Pro Review

Cowin E7 Pro Review

The active noise cancellation doesn't actually keep much noise out, and the sound quality itself is only mediocre...
JBL Reflect Mini 2 Review

JBL Reflect Mini 2 Review

Offering middle-of-the-road performance at a middle-of-the-road price, these buds are far from the best product on the...
Corsair HS50 Pro Review

Corsair HS50 Pro Review

While we did find that this headset improved on the performance of its predecessor, it still failed to win an award...
Mpow EG3 Pro Review

Mpow EG3 Pro Review

The Mpow EG3 Pro is one of the least expensive headsets but is also one of our least favorites overall
Razer Kraken Review

Razer Kraken Review

While the Razer Kraken might not be the best overall headset we have seen to date, it delivered good performance...
samsung galaxy buds+ wireless earbud review

Samsung Galaxy Buds+ Review

Offering a number of unique features for those that use Samsung mobile devices, but failing to impress in the sound...
jabra elite active 75t wireless earbud review

Jabra Elite Active 75t Review

The defining characteristic of these buds is the fit, which can vary greatly from person to person. Some absolutely...
jabra elite 75t wireless earbud review

Jabra Elite 75t Review

These buds sound great but their overall comfort is a roll of the dice. If they happen to find your ears well they are...
Sony WF-1000XM3 Review

Sony WF-1000XM3 Review

The Sony WF-1000XM3 failed to impress in our testing, providing only mediocre sound quality and noise isolation, and...
Sony WH1000XM3 Review

Sony WH1000XM3 Review

If you're looking to drown out the masses and live in your own musical bubble, the Sony WH1000XM3 is a great way to...
logitech g332 gaming headset review

Logitech G332 Review

Doing surprisingly well for such an inexpensive product, the Logitech G332 is an all-around decent budget buy for...
logitech g635 gaming headset review

Logitech G635 Review

The Logitech G635 is a basic headset that delivered a relatively average and unimpressive series of results in our...
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