The iXCC “Best Buds” BT2 headset delivers good comfort, fit, and accessibility and it’s an excellent travel and workout companion. It’s also better in every
The Creative Labs Sound BlasterX Katana sound bar delivers crisp, thundering audio in a compact, low-profile design perfect for gaming PCs or home theaters/console gaming
The iXCC Bluetooth 4.1 headset is an inexpensive set of in-ear headphones perfect for the gym, running—or even a little gaming on your favorite portable
The Logitech G533 wireless gaming headset is basically a streamlined version of its G933/G633 Artemis Spectrum siblings, with an improved fit and some modestly improved
Don’t get distracted by the shiny lights. The multi-platform PDP Afterglow AG9+ doesn’t shine brightly.
The LucidSound LS20 shines on virtually any gaming platform, but where it’s truly radiant is in the mobile space. This is one headset you’ll definitely want
The SteelSeries Arctis 3 gaming headset demonstrates SteelSeries commitment to comfortable, affordable, and well-designed gaming headsets. Arctis: A new vision for SteelSeries headsets First
The multi-platform Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger is a comfortable and well-designed gaming headset that delivers quality stereo audio for PC, mobile, and console players. You could
The Sound BlasterX H7 ‘Pro Gaming’ headset isn’t for pro gamers; it’s for anyone that wants a comfortable, feature-loaded headset that sounds great and doesn’t cost a fortune.
The Tritton Katana HD wireless gaming headset certainly seems to have “the right stuff” on paper. But for a $200 headset named after a razor-sharp sword,
The Creative Labs Sound BlasterX G5 7.1 portable sound card and amplifier is basically a USB-powered ‘boom box’ for your PC, providing HD audio, virtual
The LucidSound LS30 wireless gaming headset scores well across the board, providing excellent comfort, sound quality, and thoughtful design. And perhaps more importantly, the LS30
Some of the best headsets that have graced my desk for review over the years.
Sometimes, you have to review gear that makes you run to exhaustion, sweat profusely, and call your mom. This is one of those reviews.
The SoundBlasterX H5 is remarkably light and comfortable, it delivers great stereo sound, and it’s well designed. Aside from a slightly steep price—which is dropping by $30—what’s not to love?