Good Cheap Gaming Headsets, My Top 5 Picks

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TOP 5 PICKS

For this post I wanted to compile a list of the top 5 good cheap gaming headsets for hardcore PC gaming.

I’ll start with #5 being the lowest in the list and #1 being my most highly recommended good cheap gaming headset. I’m judging the following headsets based on their price and the amount of value you get with your purchase.

Let’s get started!

 

#5: HDE Stereo Over Ear Pro – $8.99


These HDE stereo headphones are a versatile over ear headset with microphone; both functional and comfortable. For only being $8.99, these have excellent Hi-Fi sound quality which are even crisper under the ultra soft ear pads. Sound quality is a key component when doing some hardcore PC gaming. You need to be able to hear what is around you at all times.

The noise cancelling swivel microphone feature allows for clear conversation. These have integrated in-line volume control for easy volume adjustment. The 6 foot cable length and fully adjustable headband make these a good fit for just about everybody.

This headset works with any PC whether it is a laptop or desktop. Just plug n’ play! You get what you pay for, but if you’re looking for an entry level experience that will just get the job done then these headphones are for you!

 

 

#4: Cosonic CT-770 5.1CH – $19.99


The Cosonic CT-770’s are available on Amazon for $19.99. These are pretty comfortable for wearing while gaming. These headphones have an ergonomic design and additional earmuff pads bringing you an excellent comfortable experience.

Special design just for gaming. Super sensitive microphone so that your fellow blood brothers on the battle field can hear you call for back up! This mic has clear voice transmission. Inside is a High-performance -58dB low noise all directional capacitive polar microphone.

These have super heavy bass with realistic presence effect. 40mm heavy bass moving coil loudspeakers granting any gamer the realistic life experience. Yes, these headphones provide pretty decent quality on the sound and mic sides of things, but it kind of has a ‘cheap’ look and feel. To make up for that, there are additional color choices at no extra cost.

 

#3: Turtle Beach Ear Force M5 – $19.99


This set of Turtle Beach headphones only cost $19.99. It has hi-fi 40mm audio drivers & a lightweight design. These headphones also have noise-isolating, breathable mesh cushions for enhanced comfort.

Premium audio quality is a must have for gaming or listening to music. The Ear Force M5 delivers a good quality sound and includes an in-line microphone in a sleek, compact design for mobile phone calls & crystal clear communication during online chat.

These Turtle Beaches are specially designed for solo, multiplayer and social mobile games. These are compatible with most smartphones, tablets, and portable game systems like the Nintendo 3DS and Sony PlayStation Vita.

These also include rotate-to-flat ear-cups that adjust easily for wearing around your neck or packing in a backpack or seat back pocket. This is a very neat feature if you’re going to be doing any sort of traveling with your PC gaming build on console to go have a LAN party with some friends!

 

#2: Sentey Reverb X – $18.99



The Sentey Reverb X gaming headset are priced at a nice lower price of only $18.99 and has a 3.5mm headphone connector with noise canceling, high definition stereo sound giving users a HD audio experience.

The omnidirectional microphone and adjustable line in volume control are some of the beat features with these headphones. You can control the audio volume and choose whether your mic should be on of off.

These also have ultra-comfortable padded ear cups and an adaptive headband for extreme gaming comfort. When gaming, it is best to make sure you feel comfortable and at ease as you stay calm to steady your aim…

PC and Mac are both supported. Basically any device with a 3.5mm headphones jack will be able to work with these headphones.

 

#1: Sades SA-708 – $13.92-$15.23



If you’re looking for the best value at the lowest price, then the Sades SA-708’s are going to be the best for you. The blue pair pictured above is priced at $13.92. There are different colors available but they will add a buck or two to the total cost.

The Sades SA-708’s are the primary kind of gaming headset. Very stylish, professional and cheap! 😉

These headphones have a 3.5mm headphone plug-in. With a standard 40mm Hi-Fi driver, well-defined trebles and soft leather head-pads/ear-pads you’re definitely going to be feeling like you are one with the battle. The mic sensitivity is -54+/-3dB plug. Your team mates are sure to hear you loud and clear. You won’t miss out on the amazing sounds that your favorite games have to offer with these headphones!

With a frequency range of 20to 20.000 Hz you’ll be sure to hear every creek, every foot step, and every monster in your upcoming gaming adventures!

 

To Conclude


So what do you guys think of these good cheap gaming headsets?

Are you going to be picking up one of them?

Let me know in the comments below! 🙂

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8 Responses to Good Cheap Gaming Headsets, My Top 5 Picks

  1. Zach says:

    I saw you had listed the Logitech g930’s so I was wondering, what are you’re thoughts on the g933’s I’m currently using?

    • Colton P says:

      From what I’ve heard about them, they’ve got a very high quality sound and having those programmable buttons is very nice. I’d say that they’d be worth the price for someone looking for a headset for around that price point!

  2. Madison says:

    Are these good headphones?

    http://amzn.to/29SXFTq

  3. AnyOtherWay says:

    I sort of wish this cheap gaming headset top 5 was done in a more similar format to the relatively similar mouse one you did, going over what you think is the best cheap one, and some honorable mentions that are more expensive. Maybe you could do a “What Is The Best Affordable Gaming Headset?” sort of thing as a “remake” of sorts for this list at some point. Not like, deleting all the stuff on this list to write a replacement for everything said, rather write a new post of best affordable gaming headsets. Hope what I said makes sense in case you might confuse it, don’t want confusions and having to explain myself in a new post later. It’d be interesting to see. Not right away, but it’s at least an idea to do at some point, y’know?

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