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8.4
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Razer Thresher Ultimate Review

The Thresher Ultimate for Xbox One brings a high quality audio experience for PC and Xbox gamers.
Amazon: $249.99 USD
6.8
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Razer Tiamat 2.2 V2: Boosts bass, and everything else

A straightforward and comfortable that headset gets very loud.
Amazon: 129.99 USD
7.7
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Razer Kraken 7.1 V2 Review

A by-the-numbers headset for basic gaming needs.
Amazon: $99.99 USD
8.3
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Plantronics Rig 500 Pro: Made for esports competitors

A Dolby Atmos-enabled modular gaming headset.
Amazon: $149.99 USD
7.9
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Aukey 7.1 Gaming Headset review: Why is my voice a whole note lower?

Solid construction with a microphone that reproduces voices in a lower register.
Amazon: $49.00 USD
7.8
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Razer Nari Ultimate review: A sub on your ears

An experience, for sure.
8.3
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Beyerdynamic Custom Game review: An investment in longevity

An interactive gaming headset with booming bass and a boom mic
Amazon: $199 USD
7
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SOL Republic Amps Air Review

A polished finish with a static sound.
Amazon: $99.97 USD
8.7
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Jabra Sport Pace Wireless Review

By taking a different approach when it comes to fit and lowering the price, the Jabra Sport Pace might be the company's best offering yet.
Amazon: $99.99 USD
8.4
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Polk Striker Pro P1 Review

If you want to buy just one pair of headphones to do everything, including gaming, these are a good choice. Hardcore gamers might want to look elsewhere.
8.5
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Turtle Beach Ear Force XP Seven Review

The Turtle Beach Ear Force XP Seven allow you to customize nearly everything, but how much is too much?
8.8
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Razer Kraken Pro Neon Review

The Razer Kraken Pro Neon headset looks great and is comfortable for long gaming sessions, but an all-purpose headset this is not.
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