Call of Duty Warzone has been released recently and playing it without the best of headphones at your disposal would not do justice to the whole experience. In this guide, we are going to cover some of the Best Gaming Headphones that you can get in 2020 for playing Warzone or other FPS games.
Best Gaming Headphones For Warzone And Other Shooters
We will first give you a list of the recommended headphones and their features, and then move on to a little bit of detail about each of them.
|NUBWO N7 Gaming headset||
|Razer Kraken X Ultralight Gaming Headset||
|Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930||
|HyperX Cloud Flight – Wireless Gaming Headset||
|Corsair HS35 – Stereo Gaming Headset||
|Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Wireless Gaming Headset||
|Razer Kraken Tournament Edition THX Gaming Headset||
|SteelSeries Arctis 7||
|Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless||
|Sony MDRZX110/BLK ZX Series Stereo Headphones||
|COWIN E7 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones||
|COWIN E7 PRO [Upgraded]||
|Alienware Wireless Gaming Headset–Aw988||
The start of our Best Gaming Headphones for Warzone guide starts with the Nubwo N7. This comes with dual 50mm speaker drivers and a flexible noise-canceling mic. The drivers allow balanced game sounds with minimum distortion. The headphones have multi-platform compatibility so you can pair them up with any device you are gaming on.
The audio controls on this headset are also pretty convenient due to the in-line Audio Control which lets you adjust the volume without going into the settings.
Another positive feature is its comfortable build with soft leatherette ear cups and an ergonomically padded headband, giving you lengthy gaming sessions minus the unease.
- They sound great.
- Can’t beat the price.
- Great to use on both PC and consoles.
- On-ear volume control is not that easy to locate
Our Best Gaming Headphones for Warzone guide would not be complete without a Razer headset. The Razer Kraken X comes with an immersive 7.1 surround sound for positional audio. The 40 mm drivers are custom tuned and provide you with a software-enabled surround sound. However, these headphones are only compatible with PC.
As claimed by Kraken, these headphones are the lightest they have come up with yet, so coupled with super soft memory foam ear cushions they tend to be extremely comfortable for long gaming sessions.
They also have a bendable noise canceling Mic and the audio controls are In-Headset, making volume and mic adjustments quite convenient. The design is flexible and easy to wear making it ideal for daily use.
- sleek design
- 3.5mm jack
- The microphone doesn’t retract.
- Volume and Microphone controls are in a very weird position.
- Surround sound is not too good.
- unimpressive music performance
Next up in our Best Gaming Headphones for Warzone guide, we have a headset from Logitech. These are the first wireless headphones on our list. This is not a multiplatform device. Being wireless makes it hassle-free and does not limit your movements during playing.
Its USB adapter provides a strong 2.4 GHz connection ensuring a speedy transmission with the least amount of interference. They also have a noise-canceling mic which is auto-muted when you rotate it.
The 7.1 surround sound allows your gameplay to be more immersive. But it needs software installation from Logitech’s official website. Unlike the previous headsets, this is rechargeable so it comes with its USB charging base. Logitech claims it to last for ten hours but it also depends on the amount of usage and other factors so this can be considered a bit of a downside with this device.
Moving on to the audio controls and design, the G930 sports 3 programmable G-keys to control in-game audio features. The G-keys are located on the left ear cup for easy accessibility. The design is easy to wear with sound isolation cushioning ear pads and a comfortable headband.
- High-Quality sound
- Can be used when charging
- Dolby II 7.1 virtual surround sound
- Noise-isolating ear pads
- 10-hour battery life
- 3 programmable G-Keys
- Bass isn’t that powerful
- PC only
- Takes too long to charge
- No travel pouch making it inconvenient to carry around
- Manual Device Selection
This is also a wireless headset with a powerful 2.4 GHz wireless connection. Being rechargeable its battery life claims to last up to 30 hours. The HyperX Cloud Flight is compatible with PC, Ps4 and PS4 Pro.
Other convenient features include rotating ear cups, a detachable noise-canceling Mic and easily accessible in-headset audio and mic controls. They ensure high-quality audio and a wireless range of up to 20 meters lead to uninterrupted vocals even at a distance. An equally attractive additional feature is the red RGBs on the ear cups which look extremely cool.
- 30-hour battery life
- Noise isolation is extremely impressive
- Extremely comfortable
- Only 2.0 channel audio
- Build-quality doesn’t feel amazing
- No software included
Corsair is known for making some great peripherals, that is why we have the HS35 on our list of Best Gaming Headphones for playing Warzone. The Corsair HS35 is another multi-platform compatible headset that works with Xbox One, PC, Ps4, Nintendo Switch, and even mobile devices. The HS35 also has 50 mm sound drivers and a detachable noise-canceling mic.
The on-ear audio and mute controls are very convenient as you can adjust settings while you game. The lightweight and ergonomic design make it quite an excellent choice for daily and lengthy gaming sessions. So far the Corsair HS35 is a standard, no-nonsense headset, which is good for all your gaming needs.
- good sound quality
- Well-padded mic that can be cleaned.
- Sound quality isn’t all that great.
- Definitely get what you pay for in terms of build quality.
- Not suitable for people with big ears.
The Stealth 600 is wireless yet it needs no USB adapter to be connected to your Xbox One or Xbox Series X, however, you might need one when connecting it to Windows.
Xbox One’s Windows Sonic Surround Sound and the large 50 mm over-ear speakers provide immersive audio and the additional feature called Superhuman Hearing takes it one step further as it allows you to hear even the tiniest of sounds in the game’s environment.
The battery time on these headsets is up to 15 hours per charge. This headset also comes with a flip-up mic and another special feature is the Mic monitoring which allows you to hear the volume of your mic inside your headset so you can adjust it accordingly.
The design is comfortable overall and even has an added perk of being Glasses Friendly for spectacle wearing players.
- No wires required
- Plug and Play
- Rechargeable with a great price tag
- Limited on-headset settings
- Humdrum mic design
- Extremely limited PC compatibility
- Installing firmware updates can be challenging and time-consuming
These once again come equipped with 50 mm drivers and have THX 7.1 Spatial Audio, giving you great quality surround sound. It is compatible with PC, PS4 and Nintendo Switch.
There is a retractable noise-canceling microphone and also a USB audio controller which gives you full control over customizing the audio. With the In-Line Remote audio controls you can fine-tune your bass, volume and game/chat balance even further.
The Razer Kraken Is designed for comfort with its cooling gel-infused cushions which have indents for glasses, preventing pressure build-up and overheating.
- Excellent sound
- Agile design
- A good overall price
- It comes with potentially buggy software.
- Too big for some people
These headphones are compatible with PC, PS, Mac, Nintendo Switch and mobile. The S1 speaker drivers provide audio with ultra-low distortion allowing you to hear every detail. The Arctis ClearCast Mic is bidirectional and noise-canceling, delivering studio-quality voice when used.
The battery life is supposed to be 24 hours long so uninterrupted gaming all day is possible. The Arctis 7 is manufactured using a premium woven ski goggle fabric which ensures comfort and tireless wear.
- Good sound quality
- Extremely Comfortable
- Bass isn’t that powerful
The Corsair Void Pro is PC compatible. It is well equipped with 50 mm drivers and has a unidirectional mic which can be easily muted by pushing out of the way.
Being a Corsair product, its build ensures durability and it is also comfortable for long wear with its padded ear cups and microfiber mesh fabric. The battery provides you with 16 hours of gaming and the RGB is a cool additional feature.
- RGB lighting (We love lights)
- Excellent audio performance
- Impressive value
- Sleek design
- Mute button
- Mute indication light
- Battery consumption with RGB active is below 10 hours
- The 7.1 surround is unimpressive
- Microphone quality is a bit lackluster
These headphones have 30 mm drivers and their special feature is the swivel folding, ear pads that afford listening flexibility and easy storage. The cable is durable and tangle-free and the design is standard in comfort.
These headphones might not be designed exclusively for gaming or come with any bonus features, but the audio quality is decent if not mind-blowing, and they will prove to be good for gaming at an affordable price.
- Good portability
- Tangle-free cables
- Comes with a Mic or No Mic option
- These aren’t wireless like their competitors in the same price range.
- No Mic
The Vogek On-ear, have 40 mm, drivers, for full and balanced audio. They are compatible with pretty much every device but their special volume control function does not work with PC or laptops. Another downside is that the in-line mic also does not support PC.
This also has foldable design making it easier to store and for portability. The earpads are large and comfortable and minimize external noise. These headphones also sport a tangle free cable making them hassle-free.
- Comfortable listening
- Sound quality is great
- Not expensive
- Volume controls worked poorly
As these headphones are specifically designed for the noise canceling they had to be included on this list, as providers of undisturbed game audio. However, these are better at masking low-frequency external noises and are not that effective for high-frequency noise in your environment.
The Cowin E7 supports both wired and wireless modes. It has 40 mm drivers and a built-in mic. Its battery claims to last for thirty hours per charge. The build is lightweight and comfort level is decent enough for long wear.
- Impressive sound quality and noise cancellations
- Very comfortable
- Good Bluetooth connection and range
- Bulky design
The Cowin E7 Pro, as evident from the name, is an upgraded version of the Cowin E7 ANC. So the features are the same with added efficiency. The Noise Reduction Depth of these headphones is higher than the previous version (30 dB to the previous 28 dB).
The drivers are 45 mm but the 30 hours of battery life is the same. The following is what we like about the headset.
- Good portability
- Impressive battery life
- Average sound quality
- noise-canceling isn’t that good
- Much better options available in the same price
Alienware is known for making some killer PCs and laptop but the company also makes peripherals. The last but not the least product on our list of best gaming headphones for playing Warzone is the AW988. The headset has 7.1 virtual surround sound backed up with 40 mm drivers and the mic is noise-canceling and foldable, providing you with both high definition audio and communication.
The rechargeable battery on these headphones lasts for fifteen hours per charge. Its wireless design provides you with a cable-free gaming space and the 40 feet range allows you connection even from other areas around your home.
Although the AW988 is compatible with PC, it can also work with Ps4, Switch, Xbox One and mobile devices with a 3.5 mm connector. The build is light and comfortable enough to make long gaming sessions fatigue-free.
Last but not the least, the 16.8M RGB lights with two zones and Alien FX, can personalize in-game lighting and looks. You can program colors, effects, tempo, brightness levels, and custom animations in supported games to reflect your style.
- Sleek Design
- Very Comfortable
- Not easy to start using out of the box
These are some of the best gaming headphones that we can recommend for playing Call of Duty Warzone. If you are interested in similar content then you can check out our article on the best laptops for playing Warzone.