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KITGURU SHORTLISTS: THE BEST HEADSET OF 2022

Last updated on May 23rd, 2022 at 02:13 pm

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 XT

With 50mm neodymium drivers, excellent connectivity options, the ability to connect to multiple devices at once and Dolby support too, we have found this headset to be premium in every aspect, with great audio quality when gaming or watching movies but especially for listening to music.

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Edifier G2 II

The G2 II USB Gaming Headset by Edifier is well worth the asking price. This headset features virtual 7.1 surround, a detachable microphone, RGB ear cups along with a control box for volume, mute mic and RGB on/off. It is available in black or Pink for a mere £49.99!

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Razer BlackShark V2

The original BlackShark released years ago and proved popular at the time, so the updated model certainly has big shoes to fill. But with THX Spatial Audio, esports-inspired gaming profiles, and let's not forget that super comfy memory foam, what more could you ask of a headset?

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Sharkoon Skiller SGH50

The Sharkoon Skiller SGH50 headset, which can be paired with the DAC Pro S V2, is great combination for gamers looking for great audio quality both from the speakers and from the microphone. Priced around the £60 mark, this is also a fantastic value headset, rivalling its more premium competitors.

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Corsair HS70 Bluetooth

t’s a fantastic headset and it does pretty much everything you can ask for. It's excellent when gaming and the ability to connect to two devices at the same time is brilliant. We did have an issue trying to skip tracks via Bluetooth, but if you're after a solid performing headset that can connect to almost anything then the HS70 Bluetooth is well worth buying.

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