The best wireless gaming headsets
To avoid a cable clutter, many gamers count on wireless equipment. This also includes the new wireless gaming headsets. They used to be too heavy and therefore unsuitable for longer gaming sessions. But many manufacturers responded to the players wishes and have reduced the weight massively. Battery life, range and latency are further criteria that have improved significantly. We did some research and got the opinion of the gaming experts. Here are some wireless all-rounder headsets that can be used for any game.
SteelSeries Siberia 800 [amazon_link asins='B015ZXZOCU|B016YGMH9U|B015ZXZOCU' template='PriceLink' store='own3d-de-headsets-21|own3d-en-headsets-20|own3d-uk-headsets-21' marketplace='DE|US|UK' link_id='35116754-2b93-11e8-ba7e-a15d05472744']
The SteelSeries Siberia 800 is the best selling wireless headset on the market for a reason. Despite the high price of 259,99€ it convinces entirely. The outstanding sound quality, the high wearing comfort, thanks to the memory foam, or the long battery life of 20 hours are just some of the factors that speak for the Siberia 800. In addition, even the old latency problem of wireless headsets doesn’t really exist with it.
Corsair Void Yellow Jacket [amazon_link asins='B013T4POK4|B075R7JXCH|B0749GWB59' template='PriceLink' store='own3d-de-headsets-21|own3d-en-headsets-20|own3d-uk-headsets-21' marketplace='DE|US|UK' link_id='bc71a040-2b93-11e8-8ec7-d36c6948197b']
The Yellow Jacket from Corsair is very comfortable to wear, even during long gaming sessions and is also suitable for people with glasses. Unfortunately, the microphone may be a bit louder. However, this is compensated by the very good sound quality. With 135,99€ it has a price-performance ratio that nobody can complain about.
Razer ManO’War [amazon_link asins='B019GZRZFW|B01DPS4QQ2|B019GZRZFW' template='PriceLink' store='own3d-de-headsets-21|own3d-en-headsets-20|own3d-uk-headsets-21' marketplace='DE|US|UK' link_id='e41de012-2b93-11e8-98e7-9bf3d394ad2c']
The ManO’ War from Razer weighs only 375g and is, despite its size, one of the lighter wireless headsets on the market. Its sound profile is completely focused on gaming and has its strengths, but shows a few weaknesses in acoustic localization. The pleasantly soft and generous upholstery also makes it easy to wear it for hours. With € 160.99, it belongs to the mid-range price segment for wireless headsets.
Creative Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless V2.0 [amazon_link asins='B00OYZSD5G|B00OYZSD5G|B00OYZSD5G' template='PriceLink' store='own3d-de-headsets-21|own3d-uk-headsets-21|own3d-en-headsets-20' marketplace='DE|UK|US' link_id='f9a7cb34-2e98-11e8-8507-8f7969ec2546']
The Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage V2.0 gaming headset by Creative is a good choice for even the most demanding gamer. With the 50mm FullSpectrum driver and features like SBX Pro Studio technology or Scout Mode, everyone gets the perfect sound. Whether you prefer perfect ambient sound with precise acoustic locating of your opponents or their particularly early recognition: You have the choice. Furthermore, the detachable microphone with noise cancellation ensures smooth communication with your teammates.
The battery also convinced us. It has to be charged after 16 hours of use, but you can also easily do that via USB during use. So there won’t be any game interruptions due to empty batteries anymore. We say: Well done Creative, this Sound Blaster headset is definitely one of the best wireless headsets currently available on the market.
Logitech G933 [amazon_link asins='B015HG77FC|B0148NPJ78|B015HG77FC' template='PriceLink' store='own3d-de-headsets-21|own3d-en-headsets-20|own3d-uk-headsets-21' marketplace='DE|US|UK' link_id='ea1e0071-3274-11e8-a9f6-1bf905356e0b']
The wireless G933 Artemis Spectrum by Logitech is a true all-rounder: Whether you want to listen to your favorite music or game sound: The headset offers clear treble and rich bass. It adapts flexibly to your current situation. You can use it wirelessly via the 2.4 Ghz connection or connect it directly to your computer with a 3.5 mm jack plug (or to your game console, because the G933 is compatible with many platforms and mobile devices).
You can also customize the G933 visually and functionally to your needs. With the Logitech gaming software you can freely configure the headset’s lighting, sound, and buttons. An audio mix from different sources is also possible. You can simultaneously use your headset to make calls on your mobile phone and play games on your PC. We think the Logitech G933 is really impressiv. However, at a price of more than 200 euros, we did not expect less.