For most of us, it does not really matter what sort of audio comes through the system whenever we are gaming. There is a big reason for that too. See, most of these old games simply require great graphics and picture quality in general, and every gamer is okay with that.
However, modern games in the mould of Overwatch are quickly changing this perception, because we all need to listen to the voices of enemies coming from around the corner. It is time to arm yourself with more than a gaming pad, so let’s look at the best Bluetooth gaming headsets that will make gaming a whole new experience.
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Best 4 Bluetooth Gaming Headsets (June, 2017)
In no particular order, here are the 4 Bluetooth gaming headsets considered as best for June, 2017.
Asus ROG Centurion 7.1
This is without a doubt a beast in its own very unique way. We are talking about 7.1 channels that come with 10 drivers, all nicely paced into one beast of a headset. It has great spatial sound that will be a pleasant prop to the audio options you already have. It also has a speaker pass-through feature. Some gamers out there have called it out for being way too bulky and a little awkward, but most of us will agree that’s a small price to pay.
V-MODA Crossfade Wireless
This wireless accessory comes with an avalanche of technology features. From having a built-in microphone to boasting of things like Bluetooth, this is right up there when it comes to handiness. The set has some padded caps, so you are basically insulated against too much noise. It’s the sort of thing that works when you are playing games that come with heavy audio. This one is great too if you are going out for a gaming tournament because the battery stays on for 12 hours.
SteelSeries Siberia 840
The Steel Series Siberia 840 is a thing of beauty. It comes with a Dolby Virtual 7.1 surround sound and is good for any gamer any day. It also comes with a directional mic that featured an LCD indicator for the mute mode. While it is comfortable and stylish, you will need to pay quite a bit for the piece. At the moment, you will need a little over 300 pounds to call it yours.
The surround system in this one is software-based. The unit also has great lighting, making your gaming a time of colourful affair any day or night.
The Razer ManO’War is incredibly easy to set up, even for those trying it for the first time. Top deal all through.