8 Best PS4 Headsets 2017 [Updated]

best ps4 headset buying guide

Let’s be honest, Sony PlayStation stock mono headset that’s paired PS4 console isn’t too satisfying and enjoyable. This standard headset just seems to lack audio quality isn’t comfortable to wear. However, since PS4 was born, the third party manufacturers like Turtle Beach, Astro, SteelSeries and many more have enhanced our gaming experience with wonderful audio and build quality. A decent headset is probably the most important PS4 accessory(check out other great PS4 accessories). Simply a must get if you want to hear rich sounds of adventure games like Witcher or you play competitive first person shooter like CoD.

When choosing your headset, features it has can make a huge difference like passive noise canceling, Chat/game audio balancing and crystal clear audio, 7.1-channel virtual surround sound that opens a new sound dimension. Take a look at our all time favorites!


Take a closer look at our Top PS4 Headset picks


PlayStation Gold Wireless Stereo

A significant upgrade over the standard PS4 headset and still made by Sony. Most gamers don’t need anything more than PlayStation Gold. It has got it all – 7.1 surround sound, noise-canceling microphone, a decent battery life and it’s wireless! And the best thing is yet to come – its price, this is one of the cheapest wireless headsets out there. And the low price doesn’t affect build quality. The headset feels very solid both in hands and on the head. But more demanding gamers would want something more, seems like audio quality on PlayStation Gold isn’t as rich in other more expensive and top shelf headsets like SteelSeries, ASTRO or Turtle Beach.

ASTRO Gaming A50 PS4

Some people call ASTRO A50 the kind of wireless headsets, and we believe that there is no reason to doubt that. A50 battery can stand for up to 15 hours of usage so long gaming sessions will be no problem, and these hours will be very comfortable. And features it offers, yeah, they are many -Dolby® Headphone 7.1, built-in MixAmp™ technology, and many more. All that with stylish futuristic design and good build quality plus excellent audio makes this headset so good.


ASTRO Gaming A40 TR Headset + MixAmp Pro TR


The first thing we would like to mention when coming up to A40 is its frequency range, top limit of frequency is 24kHz instead of standard 20kHz, which means this headset can play higher tones. It also comes with MixAmp Pro that features Digital Surround Sound processing helps with interference and sound lag in games. Simple controls make adjusting game/voice balance and master volume control very easy making it great for streaming.


SteelSeries Siberia P800 Wireless


If you’re after a premium headset and comfort means a lot to you, we strongly recommend this headset. They are well padded everywhere – in the headband and on earcups. This headset comes with two swappable Li-Ion battery packs, so you don’t have to worry that the battery may run out – just change it and keep on playing. The microphone is retractable with mute light. And of course, it has 7.1 surround sound. Seems like an excellent headset? Well, yeah, but there is a price to pay all of that, but trust me, you won’t get disappointed.


Polk Audio Striker Pro P1

Polk Audio Striker Pro P1 is a very basic and universal headset that can be used with everything. Audio quality is good, and design is appealing. Detachable microphone makes it a great headset to switch from gaming to listening to music.


Turtle Beach - Ear Force Elite 800

Turtle Beach is one of our most favorite Headset brands and Ear Force Elite 800 is one of their best headsets. Let’s start with its features: Custom DTS HeadphoneX 7.1 Surround Sound, Dynamic Chat Boost, Active Noise-Cancellation (eliminates unwanted distractions so you can fully focus on the game), Mic Monitoring (You can hear the volume of your voice, holding you back from shouting). Magnetic Charging Stand just makes charging much easier. The Turtle Beach Elite 800 gets everything done, it sounds fantastic, is very comfortable, has a ton of features making it one of our top picks.


Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum RGB

Logitech isn’t a pioneer in headsets and isn’t the most popular brand when choosing your headset. However, they make great speakers for PC, so they do know how things should sound. Logitech G933 Artemis is a great sounding headset. You can get it in two versions: wired and wireless, that’s nice if you want a to save a bit money on a great headset.
It’s very futuristic looking and we want to compare it with ASTRO A50. They are quite similar just Logitech lacks that premium feel and some features, but then again price is two times as low as A50.


HyperX Cloud II

Excellent headset for the awesome price. It’s simpler to say its few downsides than all its awesomeness. HyperX Cloud II build quality isn’t as good as we would like it to be, it’s pretty flimsy and has a lot of hard plastic around it and it’s wired. Otherwise, this headset just rocks! Sound quality is just as good or even better than in headsets that cost even twice as much. HyperX Cloud II has 15Hz-25kHz frequency range (standard is 20Hz-20kHz) making bass deep and high notes pitchy. If you want the best sounding headset for the best price, this is your choice.


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