Having a hard time deciding on a new gaming headset to complete your ultimate gamer setup?
Well, you’re not alone. Given the plethora of choices available on the market today, shelling out money for a new discord-certified headset isn’t as easy as simply throwing your money at your monitor or phone screen.
Unless, of course, you want to risk buying something that’s awfully expensive and breaks quite easily.
With that said, we decided to take the time to round up a couple of our favourite discord-certified gaming headsets for you to enjoy.
From the expensive to the affordable to the wireless and wired, you’ll definitely find a new gaming headset for your specific taste and needs down below.
Here are the top 10 best gaming headsets for Discord.
10. Astro A10
The entry-level A10 headset is a no-frills gaming headset that keeps the price low but the quality inversely high.
One of the best abang-for-the-buck gaming headsets around, Astro 10 is also discord-certified and boasts solid sound quality. The only drawback is that it’s just a stereo headset. But, for its price, you can’t really complain given just how much better the Astro A10 is compared to other headsets within its price range.
Considered as one of the best budget gaming headsets around, the HyperX Cloud Stinger is a workhorse of a pair of cans.
Boasting passable comfort, and decent sound, as well as stylish looks, the HyperX Cloud Stinger has everything that you can expect from a pair of gaming headsets at its price point, and then some.
Considering just how much more you’d have to spend to see a noticeable step up from the HyperX Cloud Stinger, this is a no-brainer of a purchase for those who are on a budget.
What do you get when you forget about all that flashy design and focus on making a solid gaming headset with excellent build quality, topped off with a punchy bass and an overall sleek design?
You get the Logitech G Pro.
While the Logitech G Pro isn’t necessarily bad, its neutral black finish stands as a stark contrast to its flashier siblings. But, then again, those siblings are also more expensive as well.
If you’re planning on taking gaming seriously and want something that you can wear for hours without any noticeable strain, the Logitech G Pro is definitely a good choice.
What is it with HyperX and creating the workhorses of gaming headsets?
Just like the HyperX Cloud Stinger that we recommended earlier on our list, the HyperX Cloud Alpha and its dual-chamber drivers is one of the best in its class and price range. Sure, it’s only got 2.1 stereo sound, but it’s top notch and is arguably better than the more flawed surround sound of more expensive headsets.
While the HyperX Cloud Alpha definitely could use some improvements, anything better than it will be significantly more expensive as well.
If you’re looking for a slim and sleek daily driver that gets the job done, the cheapest headset from Steelseries’ Arctis lineup should be right up your alley.
Costing a fraction of the price of the Arctis 5 and Arctis 7, as well as other Arctis variants, the SteelSeries Arctis 3 gets near-top marks for its build and sound quality, stylish design, and a microphone that’s surprisingly a lot better than you’d expect for a gaming headset at its price point.
The SteelSeries Arctis 3 may not be the “best” at anything in its class, but it does everything well enough to be a solid all around choice.
They’re bulky, awkward-looking, and can be quite hard to adjust to for a headset that doesn’t have any physical limitations such as wires, but, if you’re willing to look past that and you can adjust to it, the Razer Man O’War is hard to beat.
The Razer Man O’War is very easy to set up, fitted with generous padding at its ear cushions and an excellent build quality that makes wearing these gigantic cans quite comfortable.
Plus, despite the large size, the Razer Man O’War is actually quite portable.
A near-perfect microphone and solid surround sound quality awaits anyone who can live with the sheer size of these things.
4. The HyperX Cloud Revolver
At its price point, a gaming headset has to be good and wireless, or be one of the best wired headsets around to warrant consideration.
The HyperX Cloud Revolver is more of the latter.
Fitted with a durable steel frame and premium leatherette for its ear cushions, the detachable noise-cancelling microphone and studio-grade sound quality of the HyperX Cloud Revolver makes it easier to sacrifice the wire if you’re getting something as solid as it is in return, especially for its price.
Arguably the go-to gaming cans for those who are willing to spend more for premium quality gaming headsets, the Astro A50 Wireless is definitely near the top in its class, if not at the very top of it.
While it does look quite large, the Astro A50 Wireless is actually quite light,. Plus, the soft, breathable pads means that you can wear a pair for hours before you feel that they’re even there. Not that you’d bother feeling for them anyway, what with the surround sound setting the stage for one of the best at-home audio immersive experiences.
Perhaps the only caveat to the Astro A50 Wireless is its gamerish aesthetic and the fact that there are actually others that are just as good if not slightly better than it is at the same price point, or lower.
If you want everything that the Astro A50 Wireless can do, but in a more sleek and stylish package, then buy the SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless.
The SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless pretty much does everything that the Astro A50 Wireless can, only that it is much, much prettier.
If you’re willing to splurge, the SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless are pretty much endgame as far as gaming headsets go.
Built like a tank, the Logitech G533 can take hours and hours of beating and gaming sessions like a champ and walk away none the worse. But, the best part about it all isn’t that it’s durable, but that it also has everything that a professional gamer and streamer would need in a headset.
This includes discord certification, 7.1 surround sound, prog-rade wireless technology, and comfortable, plush ear cushions that’s topped off with some of the nicest built-in microphones around that help ensure that you can hear your opponents better just as well as your teammates can pick up your voice.
Stylish, light, reasonably priced and excellent all-around, the Logitech G533 is easily the best gaming headset for discord available today.
There you have it. The best discord-certified gaming headsets available out there.
As promised, we listed down everything, from the cheap and affordable to the premium and expensive, as well as anything else in between.
Regardless of your needs and wants, there’s bound to be a gaming headset on our list that’s the right fit for you.