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PS Headsets - which ones to choose?

Hi all! Its nearly a month that I'm looking for a good headsets to my PS. Just can decide which ones are better: Turtle Beach - RECON 150 Wired Gaming Headset or Turtle Beach - Stealth 600 Wireless Surround Sound Gaming Headset. Or, maybe, there are some analogues from other brands? To me it is important to use them with my PC as well (so that online games like these ones https://bit.ly/2B7657F to sound at the best possible quality). Has anybody tried some of the good headsets? Kindly suggest me, pls   

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  • KamalikaKamalika Ally Posts: 423
    Hi BenjaminRoberts,
     Here I some models for gaming headsets which are really the best of its type and suits your requirements.( Though I am not aware of the kind of Playstation you have. )

    Galea 300 Gaming Headset White - PHW810W

     

    Nitro Gaming Headset - NHW820

    Predator Gaming Headset

    Part# NP.HDS1A.001

    Predator Galea 500 Gaming Headset - PHW730

    Part# NP.HDS1A.003

    Predator Galea 300 Gaming Headset - PHW810

    Part# NP.HDS1A.004

    Please let me know if this answers your question



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  • idanito98idanito98 Member Posts: 1 New User
    Here's our picks for the best PS4 headsets in 2019. When you consider things like price, sound quality, comfort and PS4 compatibility, these are the headsets that come out on top. And having one of the best PS4 headsets can make a huge difference to your game, allowing you to hear sounds that your regular TV speakers simply can't put out, and to fully immerse yourself in whatever you're playing. There's nothing quite like the feeling of being surrounded by the sounds of one of the best PS4 games when you're playing with a decent headset.
    When you're looking for the best PS4 headset for you, there are a handful of things to consider. While most gaming headsets are compatible with PS4, either using a wireless connection or a 3.5mm cable that plugs directly into the PS4 controller, they're not all of equal quality. The richness of sound that each PS4 headset delivers is a big factor but, equally, comfort and durability is hugely important. You don't want a headset that feels flimsy, or that it might fall apart with heavy use, and you certainly don't want something that feels uncomfortable on your head or ears after an hour in Battlefield 5. We test for all these things, and more, when considering the headsets that make our list. Finally, we know how much each of the best PS4 headsets cost, and we assess their value accordingly. So, for example, if two headsets offer the same audio quality, but one is $50 / £40 less, we're going to pick the cheaper option. It's easy to spend $100s on headsets, but you don't always need to do so. Here are our picks of the best PS4 headsets right now, and a breakdown of their lowest prices.

    1. Razer Kraken Pro V2
    The best PS4 headset in 2019
    Acoustic design: Closed Back | Cable length: 1.3m | Drivers: 50mm | Weight: 322g | Compatibility: PC, PS4, Xbox One, Mac, mobile
    Amplified bass capabilitiesSturdy, comfortable design buildExceptional audio outputLarge size takes getting used to
    Razer's Kraken Pro V2 is a powerhouse in almost every regard, with a meaty internal sound system complimented by a strong design that nevertheless is lightweight enough to rest comfortably over the ears with no trouble, even during those longer gaming sessions. Those hefty ear cups are comparably larger than what you might be used to, but the advantage is easily identified with the Pro V2's punchy bass tones, which sounds great when streaming music from your PS4 or getting swept away by those cinematic soundtracks that AAA gaming is known for.  
    The extendable microphone is also an attractive edition, capable of cancelling outside noise and reproducing your voice to make sure its as clear as day during multiplayer sessions with friends. It's light on fancy features but... that makes it a great all-rounder because it's brilliant at doing the basics right. The sound, bass, and chat are all top-quality, and the design is simple and unfussy. For the price it's currently going for, the Kraken Pro V2 punches well above its weight when compared to more expensive PS4 headsets, and that's why it's our top pick - even if more expensive sets offer slightly superior sound and some extras.
    You could also consider the Razer Kraken Tournament, which is a slightly better headset, but - on balance - isn't quite as good value. And it's more geared towards PC than PS4.

    2. Sony PlayStation Wireless Platinum
    The best wireless PS4 headset, and also the official model
    Acoustic design: Closed Back | Battery life: 6 hours | Drivers: 50mm | Weight: 318g | Compatibility: PS4
    Designed exclusively for the PlayStation 4Super comfortableStylish lookCompanion app is fairly redundant
    You would be hard pushed to find another wireless headset with the sound quality and feature set of Sony’s dedicated PlayStation Platinum cans. In fact we’d argue that it’s pretty much an impossible task - the Sony headset has a fantastic mix of price and performance. If the Platinum is too expensive, we'd actually really recommend the Gold version too, which is about $40/£30 less, but doesn't quite offer the same quality of sound or the extra metallic trim.
    The 50mm drivers maybe lack a little power at the low-end but they have an impressive level of clarity to their overall audio. They also neatly hook up to your PS4 offering game-specific audio profiles. But the big tick for them is the 7.1 virtual surround that links into those profiles. Well, that and the fact your headset battery will likely outlast your controller’s too.
    It's worth noting that as both the Platinum and Gold headsets are Sony PlayStation official, they have been designed with the PlayStation VR headset in mind too. This means they will fit neatly and comfortably on your head when wearing the headsets in conjunction with the PSVR gear. Check out the best PlayStation VR bundles here to complete such a package. 

    3. Razer Nari Ultimate
    A brilliant wireless headset... with rumble. No, really
    Acoustic design: Closed Back | Battery life: 8 hours with HyperSense, 20 hours without | Drivers: 50mm | Weight: 430g | Compatibility: PS4, PS4 Pro
    Hypersense is incredibleExcellent battery lifeGreat sound from 50mm driversHaptic feedback isn't for everyoneQuite pricey
    The Razer Nari Ultimate is the only gaming headset with rumble functionality. Yes, this PS4 headset will actually vibrate when you hear bigger sounds (although, you can disable this function), and it does actually make a difference to how immersed you feel in the game. It's what Razer called Hypersense technology, and while it won't necessarily revolutionize all gaming headsets, it's one of the few gimmicks we'd actually recommend you try. 
    As for the rest of the headset, well, you're getting a really great wireless model here. The battery life is excellent, clocking in around 8 hours with haptic feedback enabled, and 20 hours without it, so you're not constantly recharging during long sessions. The connection is incredibly solid too, with almost zero artefacting or loss of sound, and the headset is surprisingly light and comfortable, meaning you won't really feel it on your head unless you're playing for extended sessions. The frequency response range doesn't quite match the SteelSeries Arctis Pro, so the sound isn't quite as crisp for non-gaming applications, but this is a thunderously good PS4 headset with a key feature that you won't find in any other model.

    4. Sennheiser GSP 600
    The best premium-priced PS4 headset
    Acoustic design: Closed Back | Cable length: Wireless up to 30 feet | Weight: 394g | Drivers: 40mm | Compatibility: PC, Mac, PS4, Xbox One

    Exceptional audioProfessional quality micFlexible but sturdy buildIndustrial size
    Coming in at over $250/£200 (and almost 400g), the Sennheiser 600 is not a casual investment, but it is a worthwhile purchase for those who want their audio sounding tip top for games, movies, TV and music. Powered by German technology and ergonomic ingenuity, the Sennheiser 600 is a force to be reckoned with, offering rich, deep sounds within a device that uses a unique hinge system that can react to any tension and motion to stay comfortably on your head. 
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    The sound system offers dynamic, bass-heavy audio with good noise-cancelling and an incredibly advanced microphone to boot, while that robust build is unlikely to wear and tear years into its usage. Sennheiser is a huge name in the audio headphones world, and it produces some of the best mid-high end cans you can get hold of. This reliability and expertise translates extremely well to gaming, making this one of the PS4 headsets you can buy... if you have the budget. 

    5. Turtle Beach Stealth 700
    A brilliant wireless PS4 headset
    Acoustic design: Closed Back | Drivers: 50mm | Battery life: 10 hours | Compatibility: PS4, Xbox One
    Comfortable for long stintsExcellent soundGreat if you have glassesLow battery life
    Turtle beach's latest range of wireless cans are a brilliant balance of sound quality and comfort. The lack of any cable is an immediate plus, but that practical feature doesn't result in any compromises to the sharp sounds emanating from the in-built speakers. Crafted with noise cancelling capabilities, it's in the long hours in game that you'll notice just how ridiculously comfortable the headset is. Turtle Beach is known for comfort, because it makes headsets exclusively for gaming, so all its cans are designed with long sessions in mind.
    The Stealth 700 also has a lot of flexible tweaking options, including the ability to amplify sounds like footsteps and gunshots, in addition to Bluetooth connectivity and an official mobile app which lets you take calls and steam music from your phone. Add in an ultra clear mic and this makes for a perfect headset with great sound and real comfort factor. Plus, at just over $100/£100 - that's a fantastic price for a quality, wireless headset. 

    6. SteelSeries Arctis Pro
    Another great PS4 headset, for a big budget
    Acoustic design: Closed Back | Cable length: 1.5m | Drivers: 50mm | Weight: 312g | Compatibility: PC, PS4, Xbox One, Mac, mobile
    Extensive suite of internal and external featuresDynamic. high performance sound Sleek metallic constructionPricey
    It's comparatively higher price tag might be daunting for a headset at first, but you'll absolutely be getting your money's worth with the Steelseries Arctis Pro. Its high-res audio system is industry leading in its clarity and range, while the option to go wireless and bypass the PS4's DAC with SteelSeries' own GameDAC peripheral accentuates the quality of this sound. But you do really need to know what DAC is to get the most out of the Arctis Pro.
    All of its features are fully customizable via the peripheral's OLED menu, too, while the headset's alloy build also looks and feels high-end. This is a headset you can quite easily take out of the home and show off in public, although its core strengths are tied to the PS4. If you're looking to mess with your set-up to get a truly bespoke, high-quality sound (and you're technically savvy) then this is one of the best PS4 headsets you can buy.

    7. Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2
    The best for shooters and competitive gaming
    Acoustic design: Closed Back | Cable length: 1.5m | Drivers: 50mm | Compatibility: PC, PS4, Xbox One
    Incredible sound for tactical awarenessLovely and comfyQuality microphoneNon-gaming performance is less good
    This headset is lazer-targeted at anyone who loves to win at shooters. It features a system called Superhuman Hearing, which ups the sound created by footsteps, nearby movement, gunfire, and all the telltale signs that someone is sneaking up behind you in Black Ops 4 or Fortnite. It gives you an incredible edge in competitive online games. The surround sound is also excellent, and it genuinely places you in the middle of any game you play.
    In addition to that, the Elite Pro 2 is a rather comfy piece of kit, and the plush ear cushions are perfect for long gaming sessions. It even caters for people who wear glasses, to mimimize the pressure on your ears. No, the Elite Pro 2 can't quite compete with the sound quality of the Sennheiser and SteelSeries entries on this list, and it's a little weaker when you're watching regular TV and movies, but as a PS4 headset, this is an accomplished and specialized choice for anyone interested in nabbing Victory Royale more often.

    8. Turtle Beach Recon 50P
    Very cheap but well designed
    Acoustic design: Closed Back | Cable length: 1.5m | Weight: 499g | Drivers: 40mm | Compatibility: PS4, PS4 Pro
    Great priceVery comfy and sturdyGood sound for the priceSub-standard mic
    If budget really is an issue, the Turtle Beach Recon 50P is your friend. What it does is deliver very reasonable sound for a sub $30/£25 price, punching well above its weight when compared to many mid-priced headsets. Sure, the 40mm drivers aren't going to deliver sound as loud as the more expensive models with 50mm components, but it's often just as clear AND the stereo audio here does a decent job at emulating full surround sound.
    What's more, the Recon 50P is relatively comfortable - the ear cushions are excellent, although we miss the padding on the headband - and the adjustable mic isn't intrusive. The overall design is good, and sturdy, so this isn't a headset that'll fall apart if you're overly rough with it. The blue and black/white models even fit in with your PS4's overall design aestheric. The wired connection plugs neatly into your PS4 controller's headphone socket, so it's simple to set-up too. Our only real concerns with this headset come with the mic, which isn't the best, and the fact that the headband lacks that layer of padding in the more expensive models. If you want to spend a little more (maybe $20/£15), you could go for the Turtle Beach Recon 150, which offers a better headband, but at $30 / £25 the Recon 50P is a real bargain.

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