GeneralBest wireless gaming headset ?Posted:

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I have a Corsair headphone atm, Its very old and im in need of a new one. I wanted to go wireless this time. Not looking to spend over 100 GBP as not only will be playing some small games so not needing the best headphones out there. Any suggestions ?
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The MSI Immerse GH70 PC Gaming Headset has some good reviews
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Astro Astro A20 Wireless Headset worked really well for me and lasted me along time should enjoy them a lot with gaming and music
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i have Astro A50's and they are honestly one of the best purchases i have ever made.
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youngerflames wroteAstro Astro A20 Wireless Headset worked really well for me and lasted me along time should enjoy them a lot with gaming and music


With the A20's, Are you able to Hook them up with PC and PS4 at the same time? Currently as im wired im having to disconnect the jack and then plug into the ps4 controller which isnt hard but can be a pain having to switch alot.
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One, corsair doesn't make headphones. Headsets. Very different. No less every ear is different, just as every voice.

I always recommend AKG, BeyerDynamic and Sennheiser. If you care specifically about audio quality, you can't do much better than these three. When it comes to vocals though, Sennheiser has a good line up, Logitech isn't bad when you start looking at their higher ends. But there's plenty of options in the world. DACs can also help, but for 100 you're limiting yourself from some really good options. There's plenty there and I'll be sure to list off some good options. But the biggest thing I can say is go to a music store or a micro center. Trials are always better then going blind to a new audio setup.

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