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AOC GH200 and GH300 Headset Review

Today we’re checking out not one, but two headsets from AOC! That's right, AOC – the monitor manufacturer – is now in the peripheral business, and here we are looking at both the GH200 & GH300 gaming headsets, with detachable microphones, 50mm neodymium drivers and more. The GH200 comes in at just over £25, while the GH300 comes in at around £45, but which will come out on top? Let’s find out!

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GH200

GH200 Specifications:

  • Detachable omnidirectional microphone
  • Stereo
  • Compatible with PC, console & mobile
  • 50mm drivers
  • In-line controller featuring volume, mute/unmute
  • Wired 3.5mm/Y-splitter connectivity
  • Braided 1.8m cable
  • Dimensions: 195 x 100 x 160mm
  • Weight: 326.5g

You can purchase the AOC GH200 headset, for £26.22, HERE!

Pros:

  • Much better microphone quality.
  • Great price.
  • Comfortable.
  • Lighter than the GH300.
  • Good adjustability & build quality.

Cons:

  • Styling and colourway isn’t as attractive as the GH300.

Rating: 8.

GH300

GH300 Specifications:

  • Detachable omnidirectional microphone
  • Virtual 7.1 surround (PC only)
  • 50mm drivers
  • RGB LED on ear cups
  • In-line controller featuring volume, mute/unmute, RGB on/off
  • Wired USB 2.0
  • PC, console & mobile via USB
  • Software support via PC
  • Braided 2.0m cable
  • Dimensions: 195 x 100 x 160mm
  • Weight: 363.5g

You can purchase the AOC GH300 headset, for £46.24, HERE!

Pros:

  • Clean design.
  • RGB.
  • Comfortable.
  • Good adjustability & build quality.

Cons:

  • Poor microphone quality.
  • Large, chunky and budget feeling control box.
  • Software is very basic and not intuitive.

Rating: 7.

KitGuru says: While we think the GH300 has a slightly better aesthetic with the classic red and black theme, plus 7.1 virtual surround sound, we actually think the GH200 is a better offering. It's cheaper while offering a better microphone and better connectivity options via the 3.5mm and splitter cable.

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