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8 Top Best USB Headset

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8 Top Best USB Headset of 2022

If you want to buy a USB headset, you probably want one that you can use for gaming, work, or everyday life. We picked the Jabra Evolve 20 USB headset as a small, in-ear headset that’s great for office and business work, but may not be immersive enough for gaming. On the other hand, the Razer Kraken USB headset, and Logitech Ultimate USB headset are designed to cover the ears and have many features that gamers will like. Below is the list of the best USB headsets for all USB headset users.

8 Best USB Headsets Of 2022

1. Jabra evolved 20 UC stereo wired headset.

When selecting the best USB gaming headset for business, it’s essential to balance quality, practicality, and cost. The Jabra Evolve 20 offers the best value for money without sacrificing quality. One of its most excellent features is that the Evolve 20 is ready to use right out of the box. Plug in the Logitech g432 gaming headset’s USB connection and you can immediately start video chatting with a USB headset adapter with the USB controller.

The plush foam cups are comfortable to wear and provide adequate insulation (although not as much as if you were wearing over-the-ear headphones). The inline boom mic has been designed exclusively for video chats, and the sleek black frame looks and feels professional. There are no frills here, like active noise cancellation (ANC) or high-end speakers (the components that create sound). However, USB-c to the headphone jack is a simple tip in general Logitech g430 gaming headset with a USB drive.

2. Jabra Evolve2 85

Jabra has a long and illustrious history in USB headsets and headsets. While the company is best known for its work and Bluetooth headsets, its consumer-oriented Bluetooth headsets and headphones are strong candidates for everyday use. If you’re ready to spend more USB to HDMI adapter, the Jabra Evolve 2 85 is the brand’s premium product. It combines USB headset capabilities with premium headset features of the highest caliber.

These can be your everyday headphones, with super-soft over-ear cups, a great flush-folding boom mic for crystal-clear calls, nearly four hours of wireless battery life, and even customizable noise cancellation. The headset also comes with a USB dongle so you can use it as a wireless USB headset, and there’s a handy indicator light that lets others know you’re on a call, so they don’t disturb you. You won’t be disappointed if you have the money to spend on these USB headsets.

3. Audeze Mobius Premium 3D Gaming Headset

The Mobius 3D Surround Headphones were launched in 2020 by Audeze to bring world-class gaming capability to the flat magnetic headphone space. Planar Magnetic drivers are typically found in Audeze’s audiophile lineup and provide sensitive yet loud responses across the sound spectrum. This technology will be featured in Audeze’s premium gaming headsets, which will offer plenty of range and oomph for gaming mixes.

A rich 3D surround sound experience is also approximated by integrated digital signal processing. When you combine this with the specific software that allows you to adjust your position mapping, you have a high-end gaming experience. The removable boom microphone completes the package, enhancing communication and online gaming. The Mobius is a premium-priced headset, and its rugged design and lack of a hard case make it less suitable for travel. However, the feature set on offer here is fantastic.

4. Razer Kraken Ultimate

When it comes to durable USB headsets, Kraken Ultimate is the best choice for all gamers. The aluminum-steel structure is highly resistant to abrasion. The extra thick plush ear pads are ideal for people who play for extended periods, and there’s built-in Chroma RGB lighting for added flair.

The boom mic is retractable, so it’s out of the way when you’re not using it, and THX 7.1 surround sound adds a little more fun to your gaming experience. The design is pretty geared towards gamers and it’s thick on the head, which can be a problem for people looking for something more discreet. We recommend looking for a discount because the price can be a bit high. In general, if you have the cash, it’s a no-brainer.

5. Razer Kraken X USB Gaming Headset (RZ04-02960100-R3U1)

The Razer Kraken lineup has a wide range of USB gaming headsets, and the Kraken X brings those options head-on to the budget-conscious sector while still delivering excellent performance. Plush over-the-ear cushions are comfortable for extended sessions, and the lightweight aluminum frame is sturdy and comfortable.

There’s a flexible microphone with excellent sound quality and decent 7.1 surround sound emulation. The sound is produced by 40mm drivers that have been tuned to provide ample support at the lower end of the spectrum. The green Razer emblem is prominently displayed on each earcup, which may be appealing to some but distracting to others. Due to the low price, certain corners have been cut in terms of build quality, but nothing that breaks that quickly.

6. Avantree 8090T Multipoint Bluetooth Headphones

The Avantree Aria range of wired and wireless headphones may not have gotten much attention. Still, it’s a decent option if you’re on a budget but don’t want to sacrifice functionality. The Aria 8090T is a USB headset with many wireless features and accessories.

Sure, you can use the accompanying USB adapter to send data the old-fashioned way, but Bluetooth connectivity includes support for Qualcomm’s high-quality aptX codecs. The Aria 8090T consists of a practical charging stand and active noise cancellation. All of these capabilities come at a price that isn’t cheap, but the value is clear when you consider the additional features.

7. Bose QuietComfort 35 II Gaming Headset

Including the Bose QuietComfort series on our list may come as a surprise. However, Bose noted a few years ago that there was enough overlap between “regular” consumers who love QC Bluetooth headsets and gamers who want Bose-quality sound for casual gaming headsets. The QC 35 Gaming Edition is the ideal compromise.

Remove the USB desktop remote, leaving you with a pair of conventional noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones. You’ll get a sturdy and comfortable pair of gaming headsets with a built-in boom mic and desktop touch control when you plug in the USB cable. Although the price is high, you can’t go wrong with the adaptability and Bose-level sound.

8. SteelSeries Arctis 5 Gaming Headset

It’s easy to go crazy with overly bright colors, more RGB (red, green, and blue) lighting effects than you probably need, and bulky, awkward designs when choosing a gaming headset. The SteelSeries Arctis 5 wins our design award because it strikes a nice balance between a professional-looking VR headset, an all-black design, and a sleek RGB ring on the outside for a blast of gamer style.

As for the build quality, there are some nice touches. The robust headband material and soft fabric “ski goggle” trims make the Arctis 5 exceptionally comfortable to wear. The RGB ring on each earcup is adjustable and syncable with your desktop RGB setup. And there’s a detachable USB desktop controller for easy muting and chatting with a USB headset.

What to Look for When Buying a USB Headset

Although it may seem strange to discuss the possibilities of secondary connection in a summary of USB headsets. These headphones can be connected in various ways. Some have hardwired USB cables that require a PC or computer to use. Others have detachable cables or wireless USB dongles that let you go cable-free. When you go shopping, keep these possibilities in mind.

The Main Use Case

A USB headset can mean very different things to an office worker than it does to a serious gamer. Choosing your primary use case for your headphones will take you down new shopping paths, as well as different price points and designs.

Optional Extras

Many USB headsets come with additional capabilities like Bluetooth or a USB dongle for wireless connectivity and sophisticated acoustic features (such as active noise cancellation or emulated surround sound). Considering the features and benefits of your perfect headset can go a long way in helping you make your purchase.

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