What is the best wireless PC gaming headset?-We tell you here

Have you ever been listening to your tunes or playing a game, only to get up to get a refill to be pulled back down by your wired headsets?

Then you are looking for the best wireless PC gaming headsets and have come to the right place!

Craig’s Gaming Corner has taken a look at many wireless PC gaming headsets from the gaming companies and the top 5 are shown below.

We all want the same things from a wireless gaming headset:

  • Good battery life so we haven’t got to keep charging every few hours and can continue doing what we love- Gaming!
  • Wireless connection- no one wants to be moving around in their chair only to be disconnected
  • Audio Quality- Historically the wireless headsets have not been as good as their wired counterparts, the technology has come a long way and the wireless headsets available now offer great sound.
  • Price- We’re not all millionaires so we want a good headset for a fair price- that’s why all of our headsets are less than $200.

If you don’t mind spending big bucks on wireless PC gaming headsets, click here to see our top 5 with no price limitation.

If you are more interested in wired headsets then click here for the top 5 wired headsets.

First Place- Steel Series Arctis 9

Steel series Arctis 9


Battery Life- Up to 20 hours

Compatibility- PC, MAC, Playstation, Mobile, Nintendo Switch

Weight- 1.2pounds/544g

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  • Long battery life
  • Great audio
  • Comfortable


  • Snug fit can be uncomfortable for some
  • lacks customisation

If you’re looking for one of the best gaming headsets about the Steel Series Arctis 9 does not disappoint.
From a company that is known in the gaming world, you are in safe hands.

Compatible with not only PC but most other consoles as well as mobile. The sound quality will allow you to hear every rustling of the leaves right through to that zombie shuffling towards you and with a battery life of 20 hours what’s not to like?

See our full Steel Series Arctis 9 review here.

Second Place- Razer Barracuda X

Razer Barracuda X


Battery Life- Up to 20 hours

Compatibility- PC, Playstation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and Android

Weight- 0.55 pounds/250g

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  • Incredibly light
  • Comfortable
  • Long Battery Life


  • Plastic design
  • Microphone poor

If you’re looking for a great wireless headset with a relatively small price tag then the Razer Barracuda X is for you

The Razer Barracuda is compatible across PC, Playstation amongst others while being incredibly light yet durable and comfortable thanks to its flowknit memory foam ear cushions.

For a lower price wireless headset, the sound quality is still reasonably good

See the full review of the Razer Barracuda X here

Third Place- Astro A20 Gaming Headset Gen 2

Astro A20


Battery Life- Up to 15 hours

Compatibility- PC, MAC Playstation and Xbox

Weight- 0.7 pounds/317g

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  • On-ear controls
  • Comfortable fit
  • Clear sound


  • Microphone not as good as others in the price range
  • Lacks surround sound

Astro being part of Logi tech has been making amazing audio peripherals for many years, the Astro A20 is more proof of that.

One of the best wireless gaming headsets out there, While the latest A50 is the newest wireless headset to the Astro brand the A20 offers great audio and quality for under the $200 mark.

The A20 can work with either Playstation or Xbox as well as PC with their handy USB dongle. The A20 offers great sound with a comfortable fit.

See the full review for the Astro A20 Gaming Headset Gen 2 here

Fourth Place-Logitech G Pro X Wireless

Logitech G pro


Battery Life- Up to 20 hours

Compatibility- PC

Weight- 0.8 pounds/371g

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  • Durable and good quality build
  • Lots of options for voice command
  • Amazing sound quality


  • Microphone takes a while to set up to optimum

If you want a wireless headset that is optimised and geared towards PC gaming then the Logitech G Pro X Wireless is the choice for you.

The Logitech G Pro X provides tournament level audio and voice communication thanks to its external USB soundcard. You can customise your own sound profiles using the Logitech G Hub software.

Using a blue audio filter the sound is crisp and clear at different frequencies.

The chassis is light yet durable due to its steel and aluminium make-up.

See the full review of the Logitech G Pro Wireless here

Fifth Place- Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero

Turtle beach elite atlas hero


Battery Life- Up to 20 hours

Compatibility- PC and can connect to Xbox One, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch and Mobile via a wired connection

Weight- 0.8 pounds/390g

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  • Comfortable Fit
  • Good microphone
  • Looks good


  • Wireless charging is not the best

The Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero is the old guy on this list since it has been around since 2019. there is a reason that it is still on the list 3 years later though, it’s a great wireless headset!

It offers excellent sound quality along with a comfortable fit, it even offers its ProSpecs technology which makes it comfortable for glasses users to wear, thanks to channels built into the ear cushion.

The battery life is long enough to sustain a serious gaming session while still being comfortable enough to wear for the duration.

See the full review of the Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero here

How to know which is the best wireless pc gaming headset for you?

There are a few main features to look for when deciding which headset to buy, system requirements- as you landed on this page we assume you are looking for a PC gaming headset, but do you want one that works with your other consoles as well?

Price, knowing you are getting a good quality headset for a decent price is key, if your budget is more than $200 then click here to see our best wireless PC gaming headsets for all price ranges. as with everything in life, the cheaper the headset the more compromises you will have to make, if you are a serious gamer a good quality headset is a great investment.

We find that the best quality headset worth its money is around the $150 mark, this price range offers good quality with enough features to make your gaming sessions great.

Hopefully, this review has helped make up your mind.

I would love to hear your top five wireless headset picks and why- If you would like me to review a particular headset please comment below and I will see what I can do.

Happy gaming!

6 thoughts on “What is the best wireless PC gaming headset?-We tell you here”

  1. Great article with a lot of good information.

    Personally, I’m a Turtle Beach guy though and though. I’ve been gaming for over a decade and have been using Turtle Beach for 99% of those 10 years. 

    A while back I was waiting for Turtle Beach to send me a new set and I picked up a cheap pair of Titan’s at a GameStop close by. Not gonna lie, for the $40 price tag for the Titan’s, I think they’re the best set under $50 or even $100. Or maybe I just got lucky and was in the store on the right day.

    Once you get all your affiliate links on here for all the different headsets, this could be a great money maker.

    Thanks for the article!

    • Hi Caleb,

      Thanks for the comments. I’m with you I currently have a pair of Turtle beach for my gaming along with a set of Steel Series 7.

      Glad you found it informative.


  2. Hi Craig. Thank you for very interesting article. I was just looking for new headset but its not easy to choose with so many options on market. But looking on your post Arctis 9 is what Im looking for. The most important is long battery life, but I also love the design and price is also quite reasonable. Looking forward to test it in practice.

    • Hi Cogito, thanks for your comment.

      Steel series are a solid brand and you cannot go wrong with Arctis 9. Don’t forget you can pick up an additional USB dongle to make it compatible across all devices. 

      Enjoy your gaming and let me know how they workout for you.


  3. This list of the best wireless PC headsets is neat. I certainly can’t imagine taking a break from PC gaming only to cause an accident because I forgot to take off the wired headset. So, it is good to have a PC headset that is wireless just to be safe.

    • Hi Michael,

      It has happened to the best of us- It has certainly happened to me a few times and i’ve even broken a wired headset by getting up and forgetting it is on my head.

      Keep an eye out as in the next week or so the list of the best wired headsets will be up aswell.

      Thanks for the comment.


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