The magnitude of Wireless Gaming Headset out there is bewildering. If you’re in the market for a wireless headset though, the dizzying array of options dwindles to fewer than a dozen choices. Some of those choices are good. Some of those choices are, well, less good. With my existing wireless headset on its last legs, I enthusiastically delved into spec sheets, customer ratings and reviews to find the perfect headset. My first two choices left me unsatisfied, so I knew I had more searching ahead of me. As a result, I decided to chronicle my hunt for the perfect wireless gaming headset. I hope you find the resulting comparison useful.
My very first wireless gaming headset carbon dates all the way back to 2008. It was made by Creative. Believe it or not, it still works and a friend uses it to this day despite its waning battery life. In 2011, I purchased my last wireless gaming headset, a Logitech G930 (a significant upgrade, too). Finally approaching its demise after nearly five years of service, I was excited to discover the latest and greatest in headsets. Visions of improved features, better wireless and higher end sound danced in my head.