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Last updated on March 12th, 2020 at 09:28 am

Our experts test everything from high-end audiophile products – where perfection is the only goal – through to battle-hardened products that have been designed from the ground up for in-battle comms. Find out which headsets we consider to be the Best of the Best before you make your choice.

Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless SE

Corsair are known for their high quality, premium, products and peripherals but what happens when they themselves create something that boasts a higher level of performance and quality? The Corsair Virtuoso SE headset is born. Featuring an all-aluminium chassis available in three colour ways, micro-perforation RGB LED underneath the metal itself, synthetic leather ear cups and headband with memory foam, connectivity support for almost any device with looks and build quality a monarch would be proud of.

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ASUS ROG did a great job with the Delta headset. Not only does it sound great, it's also extremely comfortable and ROG Armoury lets you tweak settings to your heart's content. There's also excellent attention to detail, with replaceable ear cushions and a USB-C connection - and how could we forget the RGB lighting?

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Corsair HS70 Wireless

If you take Corsair's HS50 headset and make it wireless - you end up with the HS70. That's a very good thing, though, as it sounds great and is very well built, with the added convenience of a wireless connection. To top it all off, it's not even £100.

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Cooler Master MH752

Cooler Master has produced an excellent headset with the MH752 - it is well built, with a great mic and overall very impressive audio quality. What's more, it is compatible with a wide range of devices thanks to a choice of USB or 3.5mm jack connectors.

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Genesis Radon 720 Headset

Genesis have released the Radon 720 headset, a budget headset aimed at gamers that costs just £39.99. Its features include a self-adjusting headband, red and black gamer aesthetics with diffused red LED back-lighting, 50mm neodymium drivers and a condenser microphone. Despite its price, it is a highly impressive piece of kit!

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