when you think gaming headsets, the first few brands that come to mind would probably be Roccat, Turtle Beach, or Razer, but for the select few who craved more than just the boom-boom-boom sound from their gaming headphones, the Feenix Aria Studio-Grade Gaming Headphones is the gaming audio cans for you.
unless you prefer cops knocking on your door, you probably would want to keep the volume of your gaming to yourself with a pair of gaming headset, but that would mean sacrificing the awesome surround boom, boom, boom effect, well.. not quite, if you are talking about the ROCCAT Kave KTD 5.1 Digital Gaming Headset.
the impression of gaming gears, especially headphones, are mainly of polyethylene construct. though hardy, plastic is hardly a material that you would call ‘classy’, much less ‘premium’ at any given level, but the Razer Kraken Forged Edition Headphones you see here is about change all that. featuring earcups crafted from aircraft-grade
the Turtle Beach iSeries Wireless Headset is the newest audio cans from the New York-based company that is billed as the first headsets specifically made for use with Mac and iOS products. positioned as the high-end media headsets, the iSeries, which comprises of the wireless surround sound i60 and the wireless amplified stereo i30
you can’t really call yourself a true hardcore FPS gaming fan unless you have one of these on your head: the ComRad Wireless Gaming Audio Helmet by Hyperkin. designed to replicate a military helmet (much like the Enhanced Combat Helmet as used by the US Forces, if you ask me), this totally rad helmet will not only
if you are into the concept of gaming on-to-go with mobile gaming laptops such as the lightweight Razer Blade and not want to be bulked down by cumbersome over- or on-ear headphones, then Razer just the right headset for you: the Razer Hammerhead Gaming In-Ear Headsets. two models are offered:
yes. it is yet another gaming headset, but what makes the Tt eSPORTS CRONOS Gaming Headset stands from the cohorts is its striking design (love the white!) and the price point. seriously, at just $59.99 a pop, you will be hard-pressed to find one that look this good. geared towards both casual and competitive gamers
seriously, to have EA SPORTS directly involved in a gaming headset development is the last thing we expect, but here it is, the EA SPORTS MVP Carbon by Monster Headphones, the result born out of the collaboration between the sports game developer and hi-fi audio headphones maker – the first-ever joint effort
if you really take a closer look at today’s gaming headsets, they are pretty much the same in design aspect. unless you are prepared to put on boxy stuff on your sound holes, that fact will remain as fact. in short, there is nothing radical about gaming headsets up till now. but what do you know? the Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M Headset just make the ‘avant-garde’ category
if every gamer has a choice, who wouldn’t prefer a full surround sound setup to get the best out of their gaming experience? unfortunately, huge sound doesn’t always get your neighbors’ nod of approval and when the cops come knocking, they certainly won’t be as amused too. the solution? keep those awesome bangs