The Audeze Mobius was one of the most advanced gaming headsets when it was released, but does it still hold up in 2021? Find out in this revisit.
Welcome back to Golden Ears. Today we're looking at what may be the world's most expensive gaming headset. Coming in at $899, what does this headset have to offer that others don't?
Corsair is back with a revision to its flagship gaming headset. At $269, it doesn't come cheap, so what does this headset offer that others don't? Find out in our review!
EPOS is a leader in the tech industry for providing excellent audio quality, but many of its products can be pricey for the average consumer. The new EPOS H3 Wired gaming headset could potentially be a great addition for gamers looking to crank up their audio immersion. Is it worth the price? Keep reading to find out.
Audeze is well known in the audiophile world, but has been making headway in the gaming space since 2018. The Penrose is designed for next-gen consoles and features Audeze's acclaimed planar magnetic drivers, but at $299, is it worth the premium price tag? Find out in our review.
HyperX takes the Cloud II headset wireless, offering 7.1 surround sound and more while not tethering your head to a controller or USB port. Will dropping some cash on the wireless Cloud II take you to Cloud Nine? Read our review to find out.
With the launch of the Xbox Series X right around the corner, Matt Keith is here to share his thoughts on the new Stealth 600 Gen 2 wireless headset from Turtle Beach. Does is stack up in the crowded $99 market?
Turtle Beach has just unveiled the next generation of their best selling headsets for PlayStation and Xbox. The Turtle Beach Stealth 600 and 700 Gen 2 wireless gaming headsets pick up where its predecessors left off, offering exceptional audio for current and next-gen consoles.