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1. Good Wireless Gaming Headsets
This section will feature any Wireless Gaming Headsets that release are actually good and what criteria they have to meet will be listed there.
Originally I was going to include a section for Low Latency Bluetooth options but the set up isn't simple and needs a full page for itself. So I will either link it here or ill alter the guide to show that option elsewhere.
2. Mediocre Wireless Gaming Headsets
This will be the last resort option. This is pretty much the old guide I had where I talk about how all wireless gaming headsets are a disappointment. If nothing under the Good section works for you then you'll have to look here.
Some here at the right price is decent and could be considered for the good category.
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----------Good Wireless Gaming Headphones/Headsets-----------

This is me being hopeful this will be the section of the guide that has good quality Wireless Gaming Headsets. So far I'm hoping the Penrose will make it here because so far nothing else has.
Criteria: It's rather simple really, pretty much the quality of a wired headset but with only the added cost of implementing wireless. That's it, It just shouldn't feel like your paying more and taking a downgrade in quality or having to take out a second mortgage to pay for the addition of wireless. Wireless should be for added convenience it shouldn't be a hassle.

Penrose (Possibly)

  • MSRP - $299.00USD (Preorder Price $249.00USD)
  • Core Price -
  • Max you should Pay -
  • Latency -
  • Battery Life - 15hr Claimed
  • Wireless Type - 2.4GHz RF + Bluetooth (SBC, AAC)
Notes: Haven't gotten it in yet as it's not released yet, my expectations are 90% the quality of a Mobius with no gimmicks and a meh mic.

-------Mediocre Wireless Gaming Headphones/Headsets---------

Please read all of this before buying a Wireless gaming headset.
If nothing under the small Good section work for you then read on and decide if it's worth going wireless.
Sadly wireless gaming headsets are still very behind and huge disappointments. Wireless peripherals in general have started getting really close to wired. You still make some sacrificed and have to pay more but they're getting pretty good. But for some reason, Wireless gaming headsets are still terrible. This is because most gaming headsets are still terrible and because of the "No high-end gaming headset issue" which I will detail more in a separate post at a later time. So please read this list and then decide if going for a wireless gaming headset is worth it for you.
  • You will get below-average sound quality for the price. Wired options at lower prices outperform them.
  • They are more unreliable and don't last as long. Much shorter lifespan and a lot more issues. More E-Waste.
  • They all have pretty awful mics, and when they are decent or good the rest of the headset is very bad.
  • 99% of the time if it offers a wired connection that connection will sound worse and isn't worth using.
  • You have fewer options, and even of those options they pretty much all rank below average.
  • Wired headsets have there fair share of interference issues but there even worse in regards to wireless gaming headsets, and near impossible to fix.
  • Higher latency, most have gotten it below 60ms which is decent but many are over that.
  • None are very good for FPS.
  • Lower platform compatibility.
  • Higher cost for what you get.
  • Pretty much all of these are virtually E-Waste and these type of disposable poorly made products I don't support. If you have no idea what E-waste is and why it's bad please look it up before you buy crappy disposable electronics every couple years. Instead, invest in something that will last you a while.
  • Sadly because of the dumb way Xbox certifies usb audio, all xbox one headsets are crap, either because there very overpriced or because they use the awful direct connect to the console. If your on Xbox one stay wired if you want half decent quality.
So if you're at this point and are either fine with all the sacrifices or 100% need wireless then proceed and pick something.
Core Price - is what I think it would be worth as an analog wired headphone with no features.
None of the recommended prices here are what you really should pay in a perfect world but there a semi-realistic price that I could see it going on sale for and still not be a huge waste of money. If there were more good options I wouldn't recommend most of these.
Some here at the right price could land in the Good category.


  • MSRP - $149.99USD
  • Core Price - Pending
  • Max you should Pay - $70USD
  • Latency - 50-60ms
  • Battery Life - 16hr
  • Connection Type - 2.4GHz RF
  • Charging Connector - Micro USB
Notes: The G533 was a cut down G933 that has a tuning closer to the new G935. The biggest downsides of the G533 is the awful rough pads that don't isolate well. Aside from that id call it a cut down barebones stereo G935 with a slightly better mic. The build is still terrible and the mic isn't good, comfort also kinda sucks because of the awful pads.


  • MSRP - $159.99USD
  • Core Price - Pending
  • Max you should Pay - $80USD
  • Latency - 60-80ms
  • Battery Life - 30hr
  • Connection Type - 2.4GHz RF, 3.5mm Wired
  • Charging Connector - Micro USB
Notes: The cloud flight aside from a few hick-ups is a fairly ok headset. The comfort isn't the best, the sound is not to bad but very uneven and the stock fr is super aggressive, listening to louder volumes is really rough. The mic isn't great. But it does sound fairly ok and should last longer than the G533. If the Flight dropped to $80USD permanently id move it to the Good category.

Flight S

  • MSRP - $159.99USD
  • Core Price - Pending
  • Max you should Pay - $100USD
  • Latency - 90-100ms
  • Battery Life - 32hr
  • Connection Type - 2.4GHz RF
  • Charging Connector - Micro USB
Notes: Pending


  • MSRP - $119.99USD
  • Core Price - Pending
  • Max you should Pay - $80USD
  • Latency - Pending
  • Battery Life - 20hr
  • Connection Type - 2.4GHz RF, 3.5mm Wired
  • Charging Connector - Micro USB
Notes: The MH670 doesn't really do anything that wrong, mic isn't great fr isn't great, sound overall is fine, comfort is fine, build is fine, its pretty much fine across the board. It doesn't stand out or do anything wrong. It's still just your normal meh wireless headset and I would have hoped for better. Some will like it better than the Logitech E-Waste series and some will like it better than the average flight series and of course, some won't. It at least doesn't sound a ton worse when wired as most do.


  • MSRP - $169.99USD
  • Core Price - Pending
  • Max you should Pay - $120USD
  • Latency - 65-80ms
  • Battery Life - 13hr
  • Connection Type - 2.4GHz Wireless, 3.5mm Wired
  • Charging Connector - Micro USB
The replacement for the G933, lower MSRP, fixed most of the big QC issues and has a better FR. Still sucks via analog and should only be used wireless. Sadly it's still built like crap, the mic is still garbage, the overall design is still awful and sound delivery is worse. Pads are now fully closed which helps with isolation and for the sale price, it does have surprisingly decent sound (but to bassy). So if you want a wireless gaming headset that sounds decent and has useable VSS this is the best on the budget side. But the mic is terrible and the build and design are pretty awful. Look at the G933 not as a first-gen but more as a beta product and this is just the same headset without most of the issues.

G Pro X Wireless

  • MSRP - $199.99USD
  • Core Price - Pending
  • Max you should Pay - $140USD
  • Latency - 50-60ms
  • Battery Life - 24hr
  • Connection Type - 2.4GHz RF
  • Charging Connector - USB-C
Notes: Another accessory gimmick inflated headset. The sound is a step up tuning wise from the G935 in some ways and worse in others. The design is much better. It finally doesn't feel like a disposable headset. Mic still sucks but is better. IMO this is what the G935 should have been and if it wasn't for the useless accessories like the cloth pads that make it sound like crap and the blue mic software that is pointless because the mic isn't good enough, this would have been a solid product, and once the big sales start happening it will be an ok product. As it is tuned better than the G pro X wired. But it still is just remarkably average. The new G Hub software is still trash and may be the worse big brand software on the market.


  • MSRP - $249.00USD
  • Core Price - Pending
  • Max you should Pay - $140USD
  • Latency - Pending
  • Battery Life - 15hr
  • Connection Type - 2.4GHz RF
  • Charging Connector - Micro USB
Notes: Overall a well built, well design wireless headset with a half-decent mic but not the best pads though comfort is fantastic. Its biggest issue aside from price is the fact that while sound quality is decent FR is terrible. The driver is either an M50x driver or based on it so the resolution is very limited and tuning is pretty shit. Very bassy. The VSS button just makes the headset sound like super treble murder. On stereo with a bit of EQ it can sound pretty decent. It the price dropped and you used some EQ via Peace it would be decent.


  • MSRP - $199.95USD
  • Core Price - $70USD
  • Max you should Pay - $140USD
  • Latency - Pending
  • Battery Life - 100hr
  • Connection Type - 2.4GHz RF
  • Charging Connector - Micro USB
Notes: Sounds very decent. It sounds very much like a GSP300, so the best sounding stock headset in this section, but everything else kinda sucks and issues for days. If you have none of the issues this is a fairly comfortable fairly decent sounding headset with crazy high battery life. Awful software and connection issues make its high price a joke. Worth a try and if it works in your area its a fine buy on sale.


So rankings are hard because some like the G1WL has decent sound quality but are tuned like shit. So ill rank it with and without a custom done EQ, (don't use auto EQ).
Stock Sound: pending
EQed Sound: pending
Overall: pending
In regards to the overall, that is taking into account everything, but overall it will depend on price. The price I considered when ranking them is my recommended price. So if they're not at that price the ranking changes.

Inflated High End

This section is in reference to the inflated high-end gaming headsets that are in it and how that there really are no high-end gaming headsets. There all low-end products inflated with features and marketing.
I can't really recommend any of these 3, but on a big sale, these may work for some people.

EPOS | Sennheiser GSP670

  • MSRP - $349.95USD
  • Core Price - pending
  • Max you should Pay - $160USD
  • Latency - pending
  • Battery Life - 16hr
  • Connection Type - 2.4GHz RF, Bluetooth (needs re-confirming)
  • Charging Connector - Micro USB
These are the best sounding wireless gaming headset of these 3, but tuning is a tad to bassy. The build is fantastic. But comfort isn't that good and the mic is terrible. The high-end GSP design is just the worst and needs reworking. This sounds better than the APW and the a50 by a fair bit but the APW has a more balanced FR. But its hard to recommend any of these 3.

Arctis Pro Wireless

  • MSRP - $329.99USD
  • Core Price - pending
  • Max you should Pay - $160USD
  • Latency - 45-55ms
  • Battery Life - 12hr (per battery)
  • Connection Type - 2.4GHz RF, Bluetooth (SBC), 3.5mm Wired
  • Charging Connector - Micro USB
Notes: The Arctis Pro line doesn't actually sound that bad, FR is pretty good and sound quality would be solid if it was a $100 wired headphone. Everything else is where it mostly falls apart, bad design, not great build, comfort that is only good for smaller heads, terrible pad design, bad mic design, not great mic quality in general, moronic cable design.
The audio driver has some potential and in a housing that wasn't made for looks first could be very good. But sadly their audio team made a solid driver and the design team made an awful headset, then it was priced way to high. The normal Arctis line should be discontinued because it's not good and the pro line should drop in price and be either redesigned to be less stupid or they need a new line of products. But these sell well so Steelseries has no reason to make them good or even improve them because as poor quality as they are they sell super well and at the end of the day if its selling and there making money why change it.
But seriously Steelseries the Arctis Pro line could be fantastic with a few changes or a full design change, please do something in the interest of the market and the consumers and do a redesign at the very least. Also while we're at it get rid of all the BS marketing like "Hi-Res capable drivers".

Astro A50 Gen 4

  • MSRP - $299.99USD
  • Core Price - pending
  • Max you should Pay - $160USD
  • Latency - 80-90ms
  • Battery Life - 16hr
  • Connection Type - 2.4GHz RF
  • Charging Connector - Micro USB + Charging Dock.
Overall it's not that bad, its just ultra overpriced for what you get. The build isn't that good but is made to seem good with the two metal posts that only add weight and hurt comfort. The mod kits only make it worse. But it does have a ton of features and has a model for every platform. The sound is just average overall, not that good, the mic also isn't very good and at 90ms latency, it isn't ideal or latency-free. I couldn't recommend it at full price, but on an extreme sale if you need its features and are ok with meh audio then this may work for you. But overall at its core, its not a very good headset considering its price, and its price is inflated by marketing, sponsorships, and features. In general, I'd take the Arctis pro wireless over this for sound quality, but the dock this has is nice but kinda pointless now that wireless charging is a thing, and overall both are kinda meh.
The A40 and A50 are another set of products that need a redesign to fix, as the housing isn't working, the tuning gets better but the resolution doesn't change. But with how bad all aspects of the a10 and a20 are I don't see this changing any time soon.
This would be my last choice of the 3.

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This is a bad headset, like surprisingly bad. Everything about it kinda sucks. But it has a fantastic mic, the best mic on a wireless gaming headset. So if you need a good mic on a wireless gaming headset and are ok with the worse sound on the list and not great build and not great comfort then maybe get this. Otherwise, remain at least 6 feet away from it at all times.


HS70 (non-Pro) - Retired

This was actually a decent wireless gaming headset and sadly with the new crappy Pro model, this one is discontinued. DO NOT BUY THE HS70 PRO.

Logitech G933

Replaced by the G935.


This will just list some wireless headsets that are pending testing. If you saw something here then it went away and isn't on the list that means it failed. Some may stay on for a bit listed as failed.
  • G733 - initial thoughts thoughs, Overpriced for what it is, and what it is is exactly what I guessed. It's a wireless G432, so overall low-end sound but a very classic bass response that isn't harman or above harman, fairly linear kind dark sounding. Doesn't sound very good, but at the right price, it could replace the G533 as its more comfortable. Terrible mic, higher than ideal latency, built cheap, colour options, gimmicky add ons. When its $70 it could be a decent buy. more testing needed.
  • Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2 ~~(~~Failed)
  • Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gen 2
  • Roccat ELO 7.1 Air
  • Arctis 9 (Failed)
  • Razer BlackShark V2 Pro (Failed) A step down from the wired version, worse technical performance, and worse stock fr. Nothing special and not worth bothering with. Like the wired one its just kinda a worse G pro x and neither are very good.
  • Cloud 2 Wireless
  • Arctis 9 and 9X (failed)
  • Arctis 7, 7X, and 7P (failed)


Special Thanks to all of the companies that have sent products out for review/testing.
  • Logitech (G533, G933, G935)
  • Cooler Master (MH670)
  • Audio Technica (G1WL)
  • Sennheiser Communication A/S, Now EPOS (GSP370, GSP670)
  • HyperX (Flight S)
Big thanks to all the other companies who offer to send stuff out, and to all the people who offered to send in headsets.
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