The Best PC Headsets for 2014

When it comes to gaming with a headset, there are essentially two types of players – those who like the immersive feeling brought on by a direct connection to game audio or those that consider themselves to be of a “professional” caliber, relying on sound to pinpoint enemies and so forth.  Of course you can also use a good, quality headset for other applications as well, be it audio production / editing or other projects involving mixed media / video.  Still, many others might prefer to have some solid headphones on hand, especially if they tend to disturb others with loud noises late at night.  Regardless of the reason as to why you need them, here are some of the best PC headsets available for 2014…

Turtle Beach Ear Force XP SEVEN (MLG Pro Circuit Programmable Surround Sound Console Headset)

Aside from being compatible with PC’s and Macs, Turtle Beach’s Ear Force XP SEVEN is also great with the Xbox 360, making it a great buy for people who also own gaming consoles.  Of course the real draw of this amazing headset is its ability to effectively imitate true surround sound via some in-depth programming.  If you’re the type of gamer who likes being able to hear exactly what’s going on around you at all times, this is definitely the headset for you.  While it does carry a rather hefty price tag, it’s important to note that this unit also delivers a very high level of balanced audio that’s perfect for a variety of applications.

ASTRO Gaming Neon Color Series A40 Headset Kit

In all honesty, the ASTRO series is popular amongst pro gamers for a reason – they’re of a very high quality, feature-laden and quite durable.  All in all, we’re talking about a very solid brand here that gives you quite a bit of bang-for-your-buck, as they say.  In short, the A40 Headset kit is pretty much perfect for gaming, both in terms of sound quality and clarity as well as in terms of functionality (via items like the swappable cable system).  Where other manufacturers might achieve balance across certain specific frequency bands, the benefit of this particular unit is that it provides stunningly great quality across the entire spectrum.

Sennheiser PC 360 Headset

If you’re after a quality headset that’s able to deliver high-quality audio in addition to the kinds of features suitable for professional gaming applications, Sennheiser’s PC 360 headset line is for you.  Even audiophiles will be able to appreciate this unit’s ability to deliver truly clear sound.  However, it is pro gamers who will likely find the Sennheiser PC 360 to be useful, given its ability to stamp out ambient noise via its automatic muting and noise-canceling capabilities.  For instance, whenever you raise the boom (mic), the unit turns on the muting feature, meaning that you’ll never have to deal with a lot of unnecessary noise.  Moreover, since the headset’s design allows air to enter the chambered ear pads, you’re met with a more natural-feeling listening experience every single time you use it.


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