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The best deals on headsets for PC and Consoles

Sound is one of the most important aspects of gaming, whether you need a competitive edge in shooters like CSGO or Valorant, or want to be completely immersed in the latest RPG. Good headphones can let you hear every footstep or listen to the wind blowing through the trees, but they should also be comfortable so you can game for hours without getting a headache. Finding a headset with great sound and comfort can be expensive, but lucky for you, we’ve rounded up the best deals on some of the best gaming headsets.

SteelSeries Arctis 7 Wireless

Okay, £95 might not be the cheapest headset option, but the SteelSeries Arctis 7 is the crème de la crème when it comes to gaming. It has 2.4GHz wireless super solid low latency, surround sound, one of the best microphones you can get on a headset, and the adjustable band makes it really comfortable to wear for a long time. It’s compatible with PS4 and PS5, and is £60 cheaper than the new Arctis 7X/7P, which is designed for newer consoles. Note that you will need to apply code FNDDGAMING and select free shipping at checkout to get it at this price.

Corsair HS70


The Corsair HS70 is a very nice headset. The large oval ear cups and detachable microphone allow this headset to pass like a normal pair of headphones. The cups are fitted with memory foam and the adjustable headband area contains lightweight aluminum, so it won’t weigh your head down and will last forever. The HS70 has 50mm neodymium audio drivers that sound fantastic, and the detachable mic is worth keeping with its impressive quality. The headset can also connect to two devices at the same time over 3.5mm and Bluetooth. Currently it’s £25 off, making it a really good option if you want a nice looking wireless headset that will last a long time.

Razer Blackshark V2


The Razer Blackshark V2 is now £16 off. This headset is wired and can be used on anything with the standard 3.5mm jack. Its 50mm TriForce speakers with advanced passive noise cancellation and THX Spatial Audio help you stay focused on what you’re playing and can help you pick up the smallest sounds in the game. It also comes with a USB sound card that gives you greater control over the cardioid mic, so your friends can hear what you have to say with clarity. The all-black look with Razer’s green branding gives it a great look, and the £83.99 price tag brings it closer to the cost of its budget version the Blackshark V2 X. It’s a great option if you’re looking for a high-end wired headset of range. .

Sennheiser Game One


For a limited time, the Sennheiser Game One headset is at an exclusive discount on the EPOS website. Normally £159, the Open Back Acoustic Gaming Headset is down to just £109 now. It features spatial sound and an open-back design, which means the headphones let in some background noise for a more natural sound. Its velor padded headband provides extra comfort and keeps your head cool during long gaming sessions. The Game One also includes a convenient integrated volume control on the right cup and a microphone with a flexible boom arm to mute the sound. . It is also cross-platform compatible and works on PC, Xbox, PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch.

Game Zero headphones are also available on the EPOS website for the same price of £109. Another great gaming headset from Sennheiser. Most of the features are the same as the Game One, such as the flexible mic and built-in volume control, but there are also a few alternate design choices. For example, these headphones feature a closed-back design for improved passive noise – a better choice if you’re easily distracted by background noise. This headset also features triple-layer memory foam ear cushions and folds into a carrying case for easier portability and storage.

Both wired headsets offer crystal clear sound, comfort and durability. Your preference for open or closed acoustics will be what seals the deal.

Sennheiser GSP 300


The GSP 300 is made by one of the best audio companies around, Sennheiser. As a result, the sound quality of the GSP 300 is fantastic, the closed acoustics coupled with the passive noise cancellation of the memory foam earpads allow for a truly detailed and immersive playing experience. There are some really good design elements too, with a lift microphone arm to cut through the sound and a really intuitive volume wheel on the side. This is a great all-around gaming headset and a 25% discount makes it even more appealing.

HyperX Cloud 2 Pro


HyperX makes some of the best gaming accessories out there, and when they’re at a discount, it’s always a good idea to get the most out of them. The Cloud 2 is one of the classic gaming headsets, used by Esports gamers and casual gamers. The Cloud 2 has 7.1 surround sound, perfect for playing the latest shooter or watching a movie. It uses a standard 3.5mm audio input for use on PCs and consoles, but comes with an excellent USB audio control box to enable surround sound and allow you to adjust sound volume, microphone volume and audio. disable the microphone which is also removable. It’s a great headset overall, and given that the wireless version costs £149.99, the wired version with that discount is a no-brainer.

Logitech G335


Logitech’s G335 is a great budget option if you’re looking for something a little different from all the other headsets. It has many similar features to some of the more expensive options in this article, like an adjustable headband and memory foam earpads, and a flip-up microphone. The audio drivers are only 40mm, but still do a good job of capturing every bit of sound in a game. The biggest assets of the G335 are its light weight and the colors you can choose from. Currently, only the white version costs £44.99, and the black version is just a few pounds more at £46.99. It’s a really solid option if you want a helmet that stands out from the crowd.

Logitech G432


It’s the best deal of all the headsets we’ve reviewed so far. The Logitech G432 is the perfect entry-level gaming headset, and with its current £40 discount, you can’t go wrong. This headset can be connected via a 3.5mm or USB DAC and has 50mm audio drivers that provide good performance in games. The microphone is the same as the G335, but only comes in one color. The G432 doesn’t have all the features of the others, but it still performs well and is comfortable enough to wear for long periods of time. If you’re looking to get into gaming or need something short-term, this is a great option that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.

Lo and behold, there are plenty of helmet options currently on sale. If you’re still unsure what to buy, check out our full list on The Best Gaming Headsets of the Last Year, where you can see how these options compare to everything else. Also be sure to follow the Jelly Deals Twitter pagewhere we always let people know about great deals on headsets and many other gaming peripherals.


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