[SOLVED] Help Picking a Gaming Headset

Hi all,

I owm a pair of Arctis 3 Bluetooth. They're great thanks to the connectivity options, love the bluetooth for everyday use, headset is comfortable and pretty good. Just actually not that great for gaming.

I am looking for a new pair of gaming headset and I am stuck between these 3, which I can find for the same price new:
- Klim Puma
- Cloud II
- G633
Which would you recommend for gaming knowing that I am prioritising the 7.1 feature for games like Fortnite and other FPS and other big map games.

I heard the Cloud II are super comfortable but that the G633 has better soundstage and less comfortable. Heard the Puma is as good as a 150$ headset as well, which is making me hesitate.

What do you all think?
 

Yeldur

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Philips Fidelio X2's. I own a pair and they're fantastic, I opened a thread similar to this one a while ago and picked these because of the astonishingly good reviews they have, I'm a very big fan of this headset now ever since buying it. They're not your average gaming headset, they're very high quality and as a result they are more expensive than your normal pair. They don't come with a mic attached however most gaming headset mic's are not very good from what I've seen, you can however buy a thing called a ModMic (https://www.scan.co.uk/products/antlion-modmic-50-gdl-0500-boom-mic-switchable-4x-options-noise-cancelling-sensitive-uni-omni-direct) which I have also bought and use on my headset, very good quality, mic is clear as crystal and having the ability to just take off the mic whenever I want is actually very cool.

Here's a very good video on this headset:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_RJ3M_v8is

From what I'm told this guy is almost single handedly responsible for the state of audiophile headsets today.

For reference here's the thread I opened, this has a lot of useful information in regards to headsets and the like: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-3756262/good-quality-gaming-headset.html

 

Yeldur

Commendable
Jan 28, 2017
93
3
1,645
2
Philips Fidelio X2's. I own a pair and they're fantastic, I opened a thread similar to this one a while ago and picked these because of the astonishingly good reviews they have, I'm a very big fan of this headset now ever since buying it. They're not your average gaming headset, they're very high quality and as a result they are more expensive than your normal pair. They don't come with a mic attached however most gaming headset mic's are not very good from what I've seen, you can however buy a thing called a ModMic (https://www.scan.co.uk/products/antlion-modmic-50-gdl-0500-boom-mic-switchable-4x-options-noise-cancelling-sensitive-uni-omni-direct) which I have also bought and use on my headset, very good quality, mic is clear as crystal and having the ability to just take off the mic whenever I want is actually very cool.

Here's a very good video on this headset:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_RJ3M_v8is

From what I'm told this guy is almost single handedly responsible for the state of audiophile headsets today.

For reference here's the thread I opened, this has a lot of useful information in regards to headsets and the like: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-3756262/good-quality-gaming-headset.html

 

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