Published on January 9th, 2014 | by dee0
Best Gaming Headsets for Call of Duty Ghosts
What separates the good players from the great players can usually be found in the details. If you think you can compete with some of the professional first-person-shooter gamers without also owning some of the top gear, then you are sadly mistaken! These days, even a lot of the intermediate players know and understand how vital it is to have the best possible sound in Call of Duty Ghosts.
If you can hear an enemy approaching and have an extra 2-3 seconds to take aim before they run around the corner, then that would be a huge advantage over the other player who has no idea that you’re waiting for him with guns drawn. That’s why we at Ghosts Elite have taken it upon ourselves to find you some of the best gaming headsets for whatever console you’re playing Ghosts on, and we’ll leave the rest up to you.
Turtle Beach Ear Force PX51 (PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360)
When it comes to gaming headsets and the best bang for your buck, it’s hard to beat Turtle Beach in quality. The Ear Force PX51 are a wireless headset that is actually compatible with the PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and even Mobile Devices. It provides a surround sound environment which will alert you anytime that an enemy is trying to sneak up behind you.
Turtle Beach Ear Force XO Seven (Xbox One)
This is our choice for a premium Xbox One headset that both looks awesome and gives off a high quality sound. It give you an interference free wireless connection with surround sound that’s customizable to your preferences. The best part is that the battery is rechargeable and gives you 15 full hours of wireless game-play, and unlimited game-play while plugged in.
Sennheiser PC 350 Special Edition High Performance Gaming Headset
This is our favorite PC gaming headset from Sennheiser, one of the most trusted names in audio headsets for many different categories, gaming being one. It holds technology that isn’t going to be found in cheaper headsts like professional quality microphone and “eargonomic acoustic refinement” sound accuracy and clarity.