It s gotten so bad that I tend to expect a $20 pair of Sony cans to outperform a $100 gaming headset.
At least the Sonys won t have 15 unnecessary LED strips and an ostentatious, mishmash color scheme.
The German manufacturer is among the most consistent performers, and while not every set hits the mark, the company never makes anything bad.
You ll find a volume knob within easy reach on the on the right and a boom mic on the left.
No array of buttons and switches to choose one of 10 equalizer settings oddly, a common feature in gaming headsets no LEDs.
It helps that these headphones can keep up with just about anything, comparing favorably to the gold standard SteelSeries Siberia 800 at $200 less.