Gaming headsets review: Head, set, go!

12 gaming headsets put to the test

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Below you can see the test results of the discussed headsets. We have also added the recently discussed Plantronics RIG 600. Headsets with integrated (not detachable) USB sound card are recognizable by a red bar, models that you can also use without it have a blue bar - but if a USB adapter is included, the results are thus included in the site (any additional analog results can be found on the product pages and of course in the graphs on the previous pages).

We show both the average harmonic distortion of 20-16000 Hz as well as average measurements for low, mid and high frequencies respectively. In addition, you can see the standard deviation for all products; in other words, the degree of variation in the partial measurements - a smaller standard deviation indicates less large differences and thus a more balanced performance. Finally, we also show the highest measured distortion; values above 10% are assessed as moderate, between 5% and 10% as adequate, below 5% as good and below 3% as very good.

20-16000Hz

  • Average
  • Standard dev.
  • Highest

20-200Hz

  • Average
  • Standard dev.
  • Highest

200-4000Hz

  • Average
  • Standard dev.
  • Highest

4000-16000Hz

  • Average
  • Standard dev.
  • Highest


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