If you're playing Gaming Headset Bingo, your card should now have all three Turtle Beach XP-family models checked off.
Meet the first wireless gaming headset that will handle chat without cables or dongles on the Xbox 360.
The Tritton 720+ comes in about as inexpensively as possible for a console surround sound headset, but is it worth the money?
The Tritton AX Pro+ sets itself apart with true surround sound thanks to four drivers in each ear. Find out why that matters.
The Razer DeathStalker Ultimate's success largely hinges on developers to create game-specific apps for the Switchblade UI.
SteelSeries has made some smart cuts to the Sensei's feature set to offer a version that is still great at a lower price.
The Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 is one of the most hardcore pieces of equipment we've ever laid hands on.
No counter-terrorist operative leaves home without the tools to get the job done, and neither should you.
Gioteck sent us chat headsets for Xbox 360 and PS3 and a nifty controller attachment to make firing more fun.
The DXL1 bundle of an entry-level headset and Dolby processor is a good surround sound starting point.
Simple setup, great sound and a utilitarian design make the GameCom 780 an accessible choice for PC.
Learn about Plantronics gaming headsets.
We've looked at a number of stereo headsets before, but only this one has a set of additional bass drivers that bring home the thump.
The XP300 doesn't have all the features of the XP500, but it's a great value for those looking to go wireless.
Astro moves into the "fully embedded wireless" space. Find out what that means inside.