As an economical solution, we have the Ozone Heat X30, good quality and quite comfortable in-ear headphones that incorporate a microphone. If you want something without cables, we have the Black Shark wireless headphones that work via Bluetooth 5.2. For those who want a high-quality solution, we have the ASUS RoG Cetra II which features illumination and active noise cancellation.
Ozone Heat X30
A powerful and gigantic headset is not necessary to enjoy our favorite games. These Ozone Heat X30, for example, are a simple and economical solution, very comfortable. Plus, it has some pretty neat features that are a bit of a copycat of those chunky headband-style headphones.
These headphones have 6mm drivers who offer us a range of frequency between 20 Hz and 20 kHz.
The interesting thing about these headphones is that they have two microphones. The first is mebuilt-in controller cable that allows you to take calls and has a -42dB sensitivity. In addition, it has a second detachable microphone and adjustable that connects to the left earphone and offers a -38dB sensitivity.
They are not bad at all, for the price they have, little to envy to the cheap headband helmets which are generally quite uncomfortable.
Black Shark Wireless Headphones
Many users have started banishing cables from the setup, to have a cleaner table. This also offers some flexibility of use. So we wanted to look for wireless headphones that can deliver good sound quality.
These Black Sharks are a more than interesting option, with quite good features. They give us some 10mm drivers of fairly good quality with a range of frequencies between 20 Hz and 20 kHz, which is the typical range. In addition, they have an ergonomic design with cushions of different thicknesses for greater comfort.
They incorporate four microphones, two in each helmet to pick up everything we say during the game. This also LED indicators on the headphones and green light effect on the case. They offer us a continuous charge of up to 3.5 hours and the case allows an autonomy of up to 35 hours. It is charged by Port
What is interesting is that it is compatible with Windows, Android, iOS and Nintendo Switch, using Bluetooth 5.2 technology, which is low energy.
ASUS ROG Cetra II
There are also high-end solutions for more demanding users who want something more. This solution from the prestigious Republic of Gamers brand is an example. It’s a solution that brings all the features of headband gaming headphones to the in-ear segment.
The bone ASUS ROG Cetra II they have d9.4mm rivers and neodymium magnets for excellent sound quality. Additionally, they offer a frequency range extended from the 20Hz to 40kHz, who passed. But it is that in addition, it offers us the possibility of having 7.1 virtual sound, in order to have a better perception of where our rivals are. They also feature active noise cancellation technology.
Respect to microphone, it’s the kind omnidirectional with a -40dB sensitivity and with a range of frequencies between 50Hz and 10kHz. Do these headphones have LED lighting, but with a fixed color it has no RGB. It has a controller for answering calls and volume up and down, and a travel case, plus several different sets of ear tips.
This is a high-end solution based on USB-C connectivity, it does not have a jack connector as usual. So if your laptop or smartphone does not have this type of port, there is no compatibility.