Top rated PC gaming headsets

The best portable headsets with microphones, for online voice chat or gaming on your PC.

If you're playing competitive online games or chatting with your friends halfway across the world, getting a PC headset with a built-in microphone is a good idea. We've rounded up our top rated reviews for PC headsets here.

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PC360 G4ME
3.75

1. Sennheiser PC360 G4ME headphones

Sennheiser's PC 360 G4ME headset is aimed at serious gamers. It has an excellent integrated boom microphone and good sound quality that's very clear on treble and punchy with bass notes. The price is quite an ask, but if you're ...
Review Date: 21st March, 2011
RRP: $ 449.95
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PC163D G4ME
3.50

2. Sennheiser PC163D G4ME headset

Sennheiser's PC163D G4ME headset is not for music listeners -- the surround sound effect of the Dolby Headphone USB dongle altered our music in a way we didn't like, and with the setting turned off we still found the audio ...
Review Date: 23rd March, 2011
RRP: $ 259.95
Sound Blaster World of Warcraft
4.50

3. Creative Sound Blaster World of Warcraft Wireless Headset

Creative's new headset isn't just for World of Warcraft players -- it's one of the best gaming headsets we've ever used.
Review Date: 15th Feb., 2010
RRP: $ 227.95
Editor's Choice
GameCom 777
4.00

4. Plantronics GameCom 777 PC gaming headset

The Plantronics GameCom 777 is a sturdy PC gaming headset with a comfortable design, Dolby Headphone support and good sound quality for gaming.
Review Date: 6th May, 2009
RRP: $ 149.00
G35
4.00

5. Logitech G35

The Logitech G35 is a PC gaming headset that connects via USB and provides virtual 7.1 surround sound. It has the ability to output strong bass and detailed high notes. Although the tight fit may prove uncomfortable to some and ...
Review Date: 3rd April, 2009
RRP: $ 199.95
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Comments

Dylan

1

The Logitech G35 is a piece of crap. The speakers are only attached to the head band by a small hard plastic swivel that will break withing 2 years guaranteed. If you want a 200 dollar headset get the Astro A40, not the A50 or find something even better. You can find steelseries headsets with better quality sound but overall the A40 is better. The A40s with better quality speakers and a stronger construction (metal rather than plastic for everything) would be some godly headsets

max

2

the plantronics Gamescom 777's headband just breaks after 6 months of usage. complete bullshit for close to AU$100

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