Wireless stereo gaming headsets are expensive. That’s a fact and you will have to learn to deal with it. Though not all wireless headsets are beyond the reach of the average buyer, most of the wireless headset models that have the latest and the greatest benifits lie on the upper end of the price range.
Whole-Day Ear Comfort
wireless stereo headsets come in many different shapes, sizes, and designs. Each wireless headset design is tailored to match a particular usage scenario or a specific consumer preference. In relation to this, the wireless headset is the circumaural-closed variety of wireless headsets. This means that the wireless headset has ear cups, which cover your ears just like earmuffs do.
Many wireless stereo headsets of the same design category are annoying to use because they easily discomfort or fatigue your ears. However, it doesn’t cause such kind of discomfort. The ear cups are well-cushioned with specially engineered upholstery to keep the cups comfortable over your ears.
Thus, even if you wear these headsets on your head the whole day gaming, you will experience very little to no discomfort at all.
Ease on the Head
Wireless Headset is also categorized as an over-the-head or headband type of wireless stereo headsets. This simply means that the weight of the wireless headset will be hanging from your head, as if you are wearing a headband.
Several headband type wireless stereo headsets fall short in providing comfort and convenience that a perfect wireless headset can provide. Being lightweight (at only 6.6 ounces), this wireless headset won’t be heavy on your head.
Other wireless stereo gaming headsets provide only one-on-one pairing. That means you can only connect one other device to your wireless headset. Some other wireless headsets fare better by providing two or three simultaneous connections to other devices.
On the other hand, they allows you to bond your wireless headset to as many as 8 other devices simultaneously. This makes it one of the very few wireless stereo headsets that provide true multipoint capability.
Almost all wireless stereo headsets provide noise reduction features in one form or another. The ear cups themselves, by their very design, are a passive form of noise reduction.
It is not enough for wireless stereo headsets to have noise reduction abilities. They must also produce respectable-quality sound. The best wireless gaming headset produces superbly crisp sound plus deep bass levels. The secret in this wireless headset is in its use of industry-grade neodymium magnets in the ear cups—actually the strongest and the more durable types of magnets. This specific feature provides for a great listening experience.
If voice calls are of concern to you, it also have sensitivity and clarity that are more than enough for clear communication when making mobile calls via the headset.
Accessible Multifunction Controls
Because of their strategic locations on the wireless headset, the control buttons for various operating functions are easily accessible by the user. All wireless stereo headsets have control buttons, but they vary in shape and in implementation.
Most of gaming headsets has several control buttons. This can mean only one thing: you are in full control of your headset. However, having too many buttons to learn at once can involve a higher learning curve at first, although once you get the hang of it, knowing which button to press will almost seem like second nature to you.
Replaceable and Long-lasting Batteries
Only a handful of wireless stereo headsets have consumer-replaceable batteries. Most other wireless headsets use specially designed batteries that can only be replaced at authorized service centers. With the best gaming headsets, however, you have a rechargeable battery that you can easily replace yourself as soon as it has outlived its lifespan. This can be a great assurance of longevity and durability.
The battery’s performance is also another noteworthy thing to mention. Gaming headset uses a battery that lasts up to a maximum of about 17 hours of continuous use (either playing audio or voice calls) and up to a maximum of about 200 hours on standby.
Some wireless stereo headsets look techie and flashy, while others look like they are from the future. With just one glance, it appears just like any other ordinary wired headphone. The charm of this wireless headphone is not in its outward appearance but in its performance, features, and qualities.