Accented with Xbox's signature green, the ASTRO A20 is an instant match for anyone needing a quality headset for their gaming needs.
Looks aside, we like the A20 for its wireless capabilities, durable design, and long-lasting 15-hour rechargeable battery. Finally, experience the full audio mastery of your Xbox One console as the techs from Microsoft intended with ASTRO's dynamic directional audio and beefy 40 mm drivers that will keep your head in the game. Topping these drivers is are ultra comfy ear pads that will make the A20 feel weightless on your head, while a flexible yet durable headband keeps the unit securely on your person.
One thing that certainly keeps the A20 ahead of the pack is its super fast 5G wireless audio connection, which delivers more audio information faster than your typical 2.4G connection. The end result is a lossless audio experience that is reliable from anywhere in the room.
In addition to the super fast 5G audio, the A20 features the ASTRO command center software. This program allows you to fine tune your headset's input and output audio and frequencies.
Lastly, topping off the A20 is its sound cancelling mics, which cuts the static and makes communication clear and concise for teammates.
Leave the wires behind and go big or go home with the ASTRO A20.
- Crystal clear isolating boom mic with 5G wireless connection
- ASTRO software allows you to completely customize your audio frequencies and experience
- 15 hour battery life
With its 50 mm drivers and noise-cancelling mic, the RUNMUS Gaming Headset is a rig that aims to give you the clearest chat feedback and most awe-inspiring audio. It's like having a 7.1 channel sound system wrapped around your head, and trust us, the RUNMUS is certainly a lot comfier than that sounds.
This headset is made from premium lightweight materials for longer gaming sessions without the fatigue. Ergonomically shaped, the retractable headband and breathable ear pads will put you at ease even in the heat of battle when the bullets start to fly in Call of Duty. Thanks to the 7.1 system's clarity, you can technically hear your enemies before you see them––talk about a tactical edge. On top of the K8's durable lightweight design, RUNMUS also includes an equally durable knitted audio cable to keep you connected.
Backing up the solid sound quality and comfy design is the RUNMUS's super clear mic, which will keep you connected with teammates when it matters most. Thanks to its noise-cancelling and anti-static capabilities, it will sound like your allies are right there in the room with you.
- Super clear anti-static, noise-cancelling mic
- Ergonomic design for all day comfort
- Futuristic blue LED accents
Turtle Beach has become a renowned brand in the gaming community; the stellar Stealth 700 only builds upon their trusted reputation.
We like the Stealth 700 for its attention to user comfort, with its super soft ear pads and even built-in notches for users who wear glasses. Talk about putting all things into consideration!
Beyond the physical design of the Stealth 700, Turtle Beach has put some great features under the hood. For example, we have Windows Sonic Surround Sound built-in which ensures powerfully immersive surround sound like the guys at Microsoft intended, as well as active noise cancellation. Hear the game as how it was meant to be heard; each pop and snap of gunfire sharper, every explosion more robust, but every voice from your teammate as crisp and clear as ever.
Topping off this headset is its Bluetooth connection, which means you can actually take calls or listen to music while gaming! Thanks to Turtle Beach's high customizability, you can further adjust call and audio settings in the Turtle Beach Audio Hub.
The Stealth 700 is truly a unit that can handle it all.
- 10 hour rechargeable battery
- Windows Sonic Surround Sound built-in
- Xbox Direct Wireless automatically connects you to the console
For those who are new to gaming, buying a new headset can seem a bit daunting; it's kind of like buying a completely new sound system but just exclusive to you. With that in mind its important to be well-informed which is why we've prepared this easy list of terms and definitions to make the best choice.
7.1 Channel Sound
This is ratio used to explain audio system formats. For example the seven means seven audio channels or speakers, while the one refers to the one subwoofer used in the system. Though a headset does not have seven speakers and a subwoofer built-in, within this context the channel designation explains how the headset's audio would be the equivalent to a 7.1 channel surround system; seven points of directional audio and one source of bass, all in one. Pretty impressive for a gaming headset honestly.
2.4G Wireless Connection
2.4G is the radio frequency of the headset's wireless connection. There are two kinds of connections when it comes wireless headsets; 2.4G and 5G. 2.4G is currently the most common and has proven to be a very reliable frequency that ensures good connection and range, while 5G, though less common, provides a much faster and clearer rate of audio transmission.
In-line Audio Controls
In-line audio controls are the handy buttons you can find on the cord of your headphones. For a gaming headset, in-line controls will include volume and mute buttons.
Drivers are the speakers located on the sides of your headphones. As the name suggests, they drive audio into your ear canals. In general, the larger the driver diameter, the greater the sound quality and volume.