Forget about that inadequate, tethered mono headset that came with your PlayStation 4 console. What you should really be using is Sony's Gold headset. The official PlayStation 4 wireless stereo headset from Sony that contrary to its promising name, isn't actually gold. That aside, the Gold headset is an reasonably priced and good looking wireless gaming headset that boasts 7.1 virtual surround sound, hidden noise-canceling mic, a built-in rechargeable battery, and voluptuously padded circumaural-sized ear cups with on-board audio controls – as well as a collapsible design that effectively turns this gaming headset into portable regular headphones you can use to listen to music. Sony's Gold is currently one of the very few headsets available for the PS4 that offers complete and total wireless freedom with wireless in-game chat support and voice commands. There's a lot more to cover, and we have all the details for you in the full and in-depth review after the break!Read More
Rarely do we find a pair of cans that can do everything that we want it to, and do it well. Audiophiles flood the forums arguing which pair of headphones are the best and probably grimace at the simple mention of a pair of crap quality headphones. We here at Gadgetmac value sound just as much as the other guy, and SteelSeries' Flux Luxury Edition on-ear headphones really blew us away with their audio versatility. Typically known for their quality gaming peripherals, SteelSeries tries their hand at high quality audio geared for more than just gaming with their latest headphones. See if they have what it takes it stand up against the big names in the audio industry after the break.Read More
SteelSeries has for long been one of the top names for all-things gaming peripherals in the gaming industry. It has a slew of gaming headsets for consoles and the PC with the 7H series considered to be the top of the line in SteelSeries' gaming headset arsenal. We're going to be taking a good look at the 7H Fnatic Edition gaming headset co-designed by the Fnatic gaming team. SteelSearies' 7H Fnatic gaming headset has it all written down on paper, but will it be good enough to recommend? Find out in the full review right down below.
Gaming season is in full effect with many great new titles released into the hands of both eager vet and noob gamers alike. There are many great gaming headsets out there, some with extra power amp mixers and a load of cables and some that are really uncomfortable to wear during an important long gaming session. Logitech's F540 is a wireless gaming headset that promises great sound, great comfort and above all, triple the compatibility with gaming console like the PS3 and Xbox 360 as well as PC. That's what I call having the ultimate gaming headset at your disposal. That's of course if the F540 proves itself worthy of the title.
What's it like gaming with the right equipment? Total epic fun! Logitech provided, and we'll deliver you the full review right after the jump!
There are so many gaming headsets out there to choose from but most of them are not very portable and compact. The NOX Audio Specialist is one of those ultra portable, foldable and compact gaming headsets around for under $100. What's so special about these particular set are the unique features that NOX has to offer. Are the Audio Specialist the gaming headset you should buy? Check out the full review right after the break to find out.