Hey! CSGO gamers, are you looking for a gaming headset to suit your need? Well, today, Best Headphone Center is back with another cool article on Headsets for Counter-Strike: Global Offense players.
CS: GO is a challenging game to play, and rightly so. You have to keep track of every movement of your opponents. There are many choke points in the maps of CS: GO. And, getting hit by a smoke grenade or stun is not unfamiliar with the game. Many important games are lost just because of a little disadvantage.
Every Pro gamer agrees that even a little advantage over your opponent can prove valuable. Things like audio delay, positional accuracy, the signal delay from keyboard/mouse, latency/pings can play a massive factor in FPS games like CS: GO. Every reaction needs to be given in split seconds time in these games. And, these problems might strip you of this ability.
The same is the case with headsets. A good gaming headset will give you a major advantage over your opponent. Resulting in you performing better.
Today we are going to look at some top-tier gaming headsets suitable for Counter-Strike: Global Offense. We’ll also talk about some headsets that professional CS: GO players use. So let’s dive into it.
HyperX Cloud 2 is our top pick for the best headset suitable for CS: GO players. It offers all the features a competitive gamer requires. Many top-tier CS: GO players also prefer it.
The Sennheiser Game Zero is also a good competitor for HyperX Cloud 2. However, it lacks the 7.1 Surround Sound Capability.
The Beyerdynamic MMX 300 is our best for excellent sound quality and microphone quality, but it is a little bit expensive.
The SteelSeries Arctis Pro is our top pick for a wireless gaming headset for CS: GO playes.
HyperX Cloud II – Our Best Pick
HyperX Cloud II is a well-known gaming headset among professional players. It was launched almost 5 years ago. But still, it is among the best gaming headsets. As we know, HyperX produces a quality gaming headset. You will see many HyperX headsets on this list. But, the HyperX Cloud 2 is better than all of them.
It does not have any fancy features. It comes with straight-to-point features that gamers need. The USB dongle (provided in the box) is used to achieve a 7.1 Surround Sound. The positional accuracy is exact. You’ll be able to locate your in-game opponents quickly without any delay.
You can control the volume of your Mic and headphone from that dongle. Speaking of which, the microphone is detachable. Just remove the Mic, and use them while jogging. Their versatile design makes them useful for workouts, listening to music while traveling on a train, or whatnot.
HyperX Cloud 2 has a standard HyperX design. They do not change their designs often. The adjustable headband and earcups will give you the proper fit.
Fear not fam, The sound quality is also excellent. The Highs and Mids are very exceptional. The audio is clear and easy to understand. The Lows could have been improved a little. Even then, a fair amount of bass is present in the audio.
HyperX knows that gamers need to stay connected with their teammates. That’s why they have provided a Noise-canceling microphone. You can talk with your teammates with a clear voice and without any background noise.
The HyperX gaming headset is used by almost 46% of Professional CS: GO players. And HyperX Cloud 2 alone is favored by 31.2% of Pro CS: GO players. The most notable players are Kristian “KOnfig” Wienecke from Team North, Håvard “rain” Nygard from Team FaZe Clan, Dauren “Adren” Kystaubayev from Team Gambit Gaming use this HyperX Cloud II headset.
You can also check our detailed comparison between HyperX Cloud 2 and JBL Quantum 400.
- Type: Over-Ear; Closed-Back
- Frequency Response: 15 Hz to 25,000 Hz
- Driver: 53 mm
- Impedance: 65 ohms
- HyperX Cloud 2 comes with 2 types of earpads. You can use either of them.
- This headset can be used with various platforms, thanks to its 3.5 mm Jack. However, the 3.5 mm connection gives only the Stereo effect.
Sennheiser Game Zero – Premium Sound Quality
Sennheiser has been producing audio equipment for almost 70+ years now. They know what they are doing. The Sennheiser headphones are known for their premium driver unit. An XXL acoustic driver is integrated into Sennheiser Game Zero.
Being an excellent judge of needs, Sennheiser fulfilled every need of gamers. The headset uses a Stereo effect for positioning the audio. Which very accurate to the point. It almost feels like Surround Sound.
The simple yet compelling design of this headset will make an excellent addition to your build. Not only that, but it is also comfortable to wear, thanks to memory foam earpads. You can wear them for a long time and hit as many headshots as you like.
Impressive sound quality is not new to Sennheiser headphones. The Sennheiser Game Zero produces Hi-Fidelity sound of acoustic nature. The Lows, Highs, and Mids are very compelling. The audio is elegant, with a fair amount of crispiness in it. As for Bass, you can’t ask for more. The headset works exceptionally well in low frequencies.
A flexible boom microphone is added to this headset. This Noise-canceling mic captures clear audio. You can communicate with your teammates without any complaints. In need, you can mute the mic by flipping it up.
The Sennheiser Game Zero is an impressive gaming headset. And due to its premium quality, it is our top pick in the best headsets for streaming. It is used by almost 11.3% of Professional CS: GO players. Players like Snax, Dosia, SuNny, Furlan, and Alex use this headset for their competitive CS: GO games.
You can also read our detailed review on Sennheiser Game Zero from here.
- Type: Over-Ear; Closed-Back
- Frequency Response: 15 Hz to 28,000 Hz
- Driver: XXL Transducer
- Impedance: 50 ohms
- The Sennheiser Game Zero weighs almost 300 grams.
- The 3 meters of cable can be removed.
- It can be used on any gaming platform like PC, PS, Xbox, Nintendo, and Mobile.
- This headset is very portable due to its foldable design.
Beyerdynamic MMX 300 (2nd Gen) – Best Overall Headset for Gamers
This headset costs around 300 USD mark. And, here is why? This headset provides the best clear audio quality with the right amount of crispness, naturality, and trueness. Its wide range of frequency responses from 5 Hz to 35,000 Hz gives more guarantee to it.
For your information, the Beyerdynamic MMX 300 is a wired headset that comes with a detachable wire. Thick fabric material cushions are padded on their large-sized earcups. It’s a closed-back design, and large earcups block maximum sounds from the outside. Giving you more focus on the game, which is crucial for CS: GO players.
The headset itself is very comfortable to wear for long gaming sessions. So, if you are planning on a CS: GO nighter on the weekend, you’ll have no trouble wearing them the whole night.
Not only does the audio quality amaze you, but the microphone also does, too. This microphone’s capture quality is so clear that it can easily compete with the BlueYeti microphone, a separate stand-alone microphone. Gamers only need clear communication, but Beyerdynamic went an extra mile in their microphone quality.
However, this headset is only Stereo and does not have any kind of Surround Sound. You will be able to get a good sense of positional accuracy with Stereo only, but not as good as Surround Sound. Another thing to note is that the microphone is not detachable.
The only reason why this headset is 3rd on the list is because of its price and stereo sound. Otherwise, the Beyerdynamic MMX 300 is a good contender for 1st spot.
- Type: Over-Ear; Closed-Back
- Frequency Response: 5 Hz to 35,000 Hz
- Impedance: 32 ohms
- Connection: Wired; 3.5 mm
- It can be used with any gaming platform that supports a 3.5 mm plug.
SteelSeries Arctis Pro – DTS Headphone: X Surround Sound
Any gaming headphone list is incomplete without a SteelSeries headset. Now, what would you call a headset that offers all gaming needs with Hi-Res audio? A beast, right? The SteelSeries Arctis Pro is the first gaming headset that won the Hi-Res award and produced sounds with a maximum frequency of 40,000 Hz, which is huge compared to many other gaming headsets.
Now for CS: GO players, The SteelSeries provides DTS Headphone: X v2.0 Surround Sound. It will locate your in-game enemies to the exact point. As a result, you will be able to give a quicker and effective response. Besides, its Hi-FI audio quality makes sure you can.
Moreover, they also provide a mini-DAC with the set. This DAC provides 3 modes—one for Playstation, one for PC, and one for Hi-Res sound. However, do not worry. It can be used with any platform with its 3.5 mm plug. Just enable the Hi-Res mode, and listen to your favorite music with a fully immersive experience. But, you cannot use the Microphone in the Hi-Res mode.
You are also provided with a Sound Equalizer as well. You can tweak the audio settings, as well as RGB patterns on the earcups. Speaking of which, the earcups have RGB, which will increase your in-game FPS, joking.
The SteelSeries Arctis Pro has relatively thick earpads. The AirWeave ear cushions make sure you can game for hours seamlessly. The earcups can be rotated flat. You might have guessed that from the image. You can also adjust the headset for the right fit.
A pull-out, Bi-directional microphone is featured in this headset. This Noise-canceling microphone does a good job of capturing clear audio without any background noise. The microphone is not detachable. However, the Mic may capture some thumb noises. Overall, it is good. Another good thing is that it also sends a little bit of your sound to the speaker. Which way, you’ll be able to know whether you are speaking in a light tone or shouting. In most closed-back headsets, you do not know how loud are you speaking. Not with this beast.
- Type: Over-Ear; Closed-Back
- Frequency Response: 10 Hz to 40,000 Hz
- Impedance: 32 ohms
- The SteelSeries Arctis Pro offers Sound Equalizer to tweak audio, mic, and RGB settings.
- It offers DTS Headphone: X v2.0 Surround Sound for exceptional positional accuracy (only on Windows).
- They can be used with PC, Playstation, Xbox, Nintendo, and Mobile phone.
Razer BlackShark V2 Pro – Wireless Gaming Headset
In the game of best headsets for CSGO players, The Razer is jumping in with their elite gaming headsets. The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro is a wireless gaming headset. Well, we all know wireless headphones come with battery life issues. Not with this headset. The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro offers 24 hours of playtime on continuous use. A Micro-USB cable is used to charge it, which is outdated nowadays.
You can also use them as a wired headset. Since CS: GO is played on a PC, most gamers will use a wired connection, I Suppose. However, there is no delay in audio in wireless connection. You can connect them with your PC with a wireless USB dongle provided in the box.
Now, what do CS: GO players need? Good positional accuracy. The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro headset is THX verified 7.1 Surround Sound. Whether your opponent is on the right, left, or at the back, you’ll know instantly.
Now let’s talk about Bass. The Razer BS V2 Pro has a fair amount of punchy bass, but it is not overly done. Since it’s a gaming headset, Razer focused more on the treble. The sound quality is imposing. The clear and neat sound quality makes sure you can hear the footsteps of your enemy team smoothly. The sound isolation feature also ensures you are focused on your game.
You can also listen to music on them. Just remove the wire from the PC, connect them to your phones, and VIOLA!. Another cool thing is its EQ software. You can tweak the audio setting, mic’s capture settings from it. However, I do wish there is some audio equalization system in which you don’t have to launch the software every time.
A removable microphone is used on this headset. The capture quality of the mic is good. However, it could have been improved a little, given its price. This Cardioid Mic offers passive noise-canceling. You will have a good time communicating with your teammates.
As far as comfort goes, you can wear them for long gaming sessions thanks to its thick headband padding, and infused-gel cooling ear cushions. The ear cushions are breathable. The easy-to-adjust headband also ensures the correct fit on your head.
- Type: Over-Ear; Closed-Back; Wireless
- Battery Life: 24 hours
- Driver: Triforce Titanium 50 mm
- Connection: 2.4 GHz
- Weight: 320 grams
- The Passive Noise-Canceling Mic and Sound Isolating fit will make sure you are more focused on your games.
- It can be used on multiple gaming platforms using a 3.5 mm auxiliary cable.
HyperX Cloud Alpha – Stereo Headset for Counter-Strike
HyperX is here yet again with another good gaming headset. The HyperX Cloud Alpha has the same standard design as HyperX Cloud 2. Heck, all the features and qualities are almost the same, except for a few.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha has a detachable microphone and cable. You won’t have to worry about them getting broken. The passive noise-canceling mic performs similarly to HyperX Cloud 2. You will be able to contact your teammates easily.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha is equipped with leatherette and memory foam padding to ensure maximum comfort. The headset has an aluminum build, the same as HyperX Cloud 2.
However, the sound quality is a little superior to its sister headset, HyperX Cloud 2. Due to its dual-chamber 50 mm driver unit, this headset produces imposing Highs, Lows, and Mids. The Bass and Treble are good to hear. It has a little wider frequency response from 13 Hz to 27,000 Hz (HyperX Cloud 2 has 15 Hz to 25 kHz).
But there is a catch to it. This headset is the only stereo, while the HyperX Cloud 2 is 7.1 Surround Sound capable. However, that’s not the end of the road. You will be able to locate your in-game enemies quite effectively. Besides, the HyperX Cloud 2’s Surround Sound can only be used on a PC.
So, which one should you buy? If you are looking for more sound quality, grab the HyperX Cloud Alpha. On the other hand, if want 7.1 Surround Sound, go with the Cloud 2 headset. The professional Counter-Strike player Kenny “kennyS” Schrub also uses HyperX Cloud Alpha for his gaming.
- Type: Over-Ear, Closed-Back
- Frequency Response: 13 Hz to 27,000 Hz
- Driver: Dual-Chamber 50 mm
- The HyperX Cloud Alpha is supported by all gaming platforms like Playstation, PC, Xbox, Nintendo, and Mobile because it uses a 3.5 mm plug for its connection.
ROG Strix Fusion 500 – 7.1 Surround Sound Headset
ROG Strix Fusion is developed by ASUS ROG company in partnership with Bongiovi Acoustics. The ASUS has featured many good features in this headset. Like, the microphone flips out of the earcup. It remains hidden while not in use. The microphone is passive noise-canceling, but there is some distortion in the captured audio, which could have been improved at this price range.
The ROG Strix Fusion 500 is a wired USB-connected headset. The ASUS provided intuitive touch controls in their headset. You can control your headset by swiping on the earcups. In contrast, the buttons and slider would have been more practical for gamers.
The ROG Strix Fusion 500 has good aesthetic looks, with RGB lights at the rear of both earcups. The RGB can be controlled using the ASUS software on a PC or Mobile Phone. They should have also provided some EQ settings in that software. The metal-looking side of the earcups catches your fingerprints. You’ll have to clean them more often.
On the bright side, this headset has good audio quality. It comes with a built-in “SABRE9601k” amplifier and “ESS ES9018” DAC for enhanced sound quality. Its audio quality is decent, clear, and easy to judge. Even more, this headset is Hi-Res certified.
The impressive 7.1 Surround sound can be activated through the only button on the earcup. The quality of its positional accuracy is imposing. It is suitable for Counter-Stike, Rainbow Six Seige, or Valorant player. There is little to no audio delay. The lossless and good experience is achieved with this headset.
The ROG Strix Fusion 500 is an excellent headset overall. There are some drawbacks however. You can consider getting this headset for your CS: GO gaming.
- Type: Over-Ear; Closed-Back
- Driver: 50 mm ASUS Essense Driver
- Impedance: 32 ohms
- Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 40,000 Hz
- Weight: 284 grams
- Connection: USB Wire, USB 2.0
- The headset comes with ROG Hybrid and Protein Leather ear cushion for maximum comfort.
Razer Kraken Pro V2 – Standard Gaming Headset
The Razer Kraken line-up is awe-inspiring in general. The same is the case with Razer Kraken Pro V2. Many professional CS prefers this headset: GO players like Fernando “fer” Alvarenga, and Marcelo “coldzera” David.
Razer Kraken Pro V2 is a wired headset that uses a 3.5-millimeter plug for its connection. The connection is lossless and without any audio delay. Speaking of which, the audio quality is impeccable and clear. The soothing treble will give you a good experience whether you’re listening to music or playing games.
A fair amount of punchy Bass is also added to the sound. Its compelling sound quality qualifies them for the best all-rounder headset. The Stereo Sound effect is used for its positional accuracy. Even though it’s a stereo headset, it provides more precise audio-accuracy than most Surround Sound headsets. However, you may need a separate Stereo adapter for your Xbox One.
The circumaural ear cups make the right sound stage required by gamers. With its excellent sound stage and positional accuracy, you’ll be able to sense your in-game opponents quickly.
The build of the Razer Kraken Pro V2 is simple and straightforward. Soft fabric and thick ear cushions are equipped on this headset. The aluminum headband is flexible and durable.
The microphone, on the other hand, is very impressive. A non-removable and retractable microphone are integrated into this headset. It is a Uni-directional microphone with a passive noise-cancel. The captured audio is apparent and precise. You’ll be able to talk with your friends on Discord with no issue at all.
You can also check our review on it’s sister headset, Razer Kraken X.
- Type: Over-Ear; Closed-Back
- Frequency Response: 12 Hz to 28,000 Hz
- Driver: 50 mm Custom Tuned
- Connection: Wired; 3.5 mm
- It can be used with all the gaming platforms that support a 3.5mm connection.
Logitech G430 – Headset for FPS Gamers
The Logitech G430 is just a standard gaming headset with good looks. If you are looking for a headset to match your Blue gaming build, then Logitech G430 is the way to go.
The headset offers all the standard features CS: GO gamers need. The sound quality is pretty neat, just like HyperX Cloud Alpha. You can expect to have a good listening experience with this headset because of its Superb Dynamics. and responsive bass.
And, the soft sport-cloth ensures a long gaming session with maximum comfort. The padding at the bottom of the headband also removes the weight on the head.
The Dolby and DTS 7.1 Surround is what this headset stand-outs for. You will be able to get the most precise positioning of your opponents. However, keep in mind that Surround Sound can only be used on Windows. And, with its Hifi and Spatial Sound quality, you’ll get an excellent experience with this headset.
The Logitech G430 comes with a unidirectional cardioid microphone. Which is good enough for normal gaming communications. You can stay connected with your teammates without any distortion.
- Type: Closed-Back; Over-Ear
- Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz
- Impedance: 32 ohms
- Connectivity: Wired; 3.5 mm
SteelSeries Arctis 7 – Audiophile Headset for CS: GO
SteelSeries, as we know, has produced many excellent headphones for audiophiles. Thanks to their outstanding audio quality, they are standing among the top headphone brands.
However, the SteelSeries Arctis 7 is made for gamers. This wireless headset uses a 2.4 GHz wireless connection to deliver lossless and minimum audio delay. And, the 24 hours battery-life will allow you to game for long durations.
You can also use them on a wired connection with your PC. A USB Hub is provided with the box. Just connect the Hub to the PC and plug your headset on it. And, you are good to go.
The SteelSeries Arctis Pro has a simple and aesthetic design just like its sister headset, SteelSeries Arctis Pro. You can also choose between black and white color on Amazon. The build quality is very excellent.
The DTS Headphone: X 7.1 Surround Sound 2.0 is used for positional accuracy. The sound quality is dynamic, clear, and responsive. But, not as good as SteelSeries Arctis Pro. For your information, The SteelSeries Arctis Pro sounds better than Arctis 7.
As for the microphone, A retractable microphone is added to it. This passive noise-canceling microphone provides clarity in your Discord chats. And that’s why this headset also qualifies among the top headphone in our “headsets for streaming” list.
So if you are wondering whether you should buy this or not. Well, definitely if you are looking for good audio quality with excellent sound positioning.
- Types: On-Ear; Closed-Back
- Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
- Impedance: 32 ohms
- Driver: S1 Speaker
- Connection: Wireless; 2.4 GHz
- Battery Life: 24 hours
Following are the few headsets that are not on our list but can be used in playing CS: GO better. You can also consider checking these headsets.
This headset has good overall sound quality with a wired connection and a detachable microphone. All gaming platforms support this headset. The capture quality of the microphone is also good. You can check them on Amazon from here.
EPOS | Sennheiser GSP 500
The Sennheiser’s GSP 500 an Open-Acoustic headset with a premium design. The audio quality is excellent. The best thing about them is comfort. This headset is made specifically for gamers. You can check them on Amazon from here.
HyperX Cloud Revolver
The HyperX Cloud Revolver is a wired headset with somewhat good audio quality. However, the headset is good with looks and aesthetics. Even more, Pro CS: GO players like Abay “Hobbit” Khasenov use this headset for their gaming. You can check them on Amazon from here.
Which Headphones are Most Popular Among the Professional Gamers?
Almost 46% of professional CS: GO players use HyperX headphones for their gaming. And Kingston HyperX Cloud 2 alone is used by 31.2% of professional players. Following CS: GO players are using HyperX Cloud 2.
- Kristian “KOnfig” Wienecke: Team North
- Håvard “rain” Nygard: Team FaZe Clan
- Dauren “Adren” Kystaubayev: Team Gambit Gaming
Headsets like Logitech G430, Razer BlackShark V2, HyperX Cloud Alpha, and Razer Kraken Pro V2 are also used by many professional CS: GO players.
Being a diehard Counter-Strike player, you might know Shroud, the professional player. He is seen to use HyperX Cloud Flight often in his videos.
Note: We crafted all this data while looking at 50 top teams in CS: GO professional scene. And this data might not be accurate. It is just a rough estimate.
Should You Trust professionals while getting a headphone?
Well, the answer is simple. They are gamers like you. They are not experts in choosing a headphone. They might be using certain headphones because they worked for them. It does not mean the same headphone will work perfectly for you. Everyone has their own taste. And, that’s why we have listed quite a few headsets for you to choose from.
Also, the professional players are also sponsored to show a certain brand. It is a good strategy for manufacturers to promote their products. Most people tend to trust pro player’s decisions. However, you can check your favorite pro player’s headphones, and check their quality, and then buy them. Oftentimes, a good product is given to the pro players for sponsorship. Also, for the sake of their respect, A Pro player will never sponsor a bad product.
What Makes A Headset Good for CS: GO Players? And What things Should They Look For?
There are some things that a CS: GO player should look at in a headset before buying. In fact, if you play any other FPS game, you can also consider checking these things. That’s because these things will help you greatly in games. And, they awaken your inner abilities by making you more confident in yourself. Professional Gamers often say that even a 0.1% advantage over your opponent can turn the game in your favor.
As you know, in professional gaming, both sides are equally talented, which ends up giving a tough competition. In such cases, small things like latency, hardware performance, and action delay can turn the game in their favor as well.
Comfort and Durability
These are things that you should check in any headphones, whether you are buying them for gaming, listening to music, watching movies, or for your work. As for gamers, we all love to play games with our friends. And, in the worst-case scenario, your headset starts hurting your ears, and you cannot continue to wear them any longer. I know it’s frustrating. That’s why we recommend getting a headset that is comfortable to wear for a long duration.
Durability is the same kind of thing as well. You don’t want to replace your headphone over and over again. Try to find durable headphones so that you can take a breath of relaxation and save your money. I don’t think it needs any more explanation.
Now, that’s a tricky part as well. For CS: GO players, it is recommended (by us) not to go with deep and heavy bass headphones. Instead, try to find more treble-oriented headsets. The clear, easy-to-understand, and response treble will allow you to hear your opponents’ footsteps and other activities more easily. Yeah! Some Bass is good, but not like a subwoofer fitted in a headset. If you want more clear audio of your in-game opponents, go with good treble headphones.
Surround Sound vs. Stereo
It is a long-debated topic, whether the Surround sound is better or stereo. The simple answer is, it depends. Both are for giving a sense of the direction of the sound. Which is crucial for a CS: GO, player. You need to know from which direction your opponent is coming.
Both, Stereo and Surround Sound are for that purpose. The Surround sound provides for informative sound positioning. It is capable of sound on the base of any direction around. While the Stereo is only capable of creating sounds in front, back, right, and left. However, both type uses two earcups to generate sound. Therefore, there is not much of a difference. But, A good surround sound is always better than a Stereo sound.
There is more to it when it comes to Surround Sound vs. Stereo, but I’ve tried to keep the answer simple as possible.
Wired or Wireless
Most professional gamers prefer wired technology for their gaming, whether it’s a mouse, keyboard, controller, or headphone.
Wired headphones are always best for gaming. Why? Because they have a less audio delay. Even a millisecond of audio delay can cost you a gaming wining headshot in FPS games. Besides, you won’t have to worry about battery life.
However, that does not mean wireless headphones are bad. Some wireless headphones offer lesser audio delay than many wired headphones. You just have to look for them. Like Razer, BlackShark V2 Pro offers bare minimum audio delay, just like wired headphones. The decision is up to you.
A microphone is a basic need of an online gamer. And, in games like Counter-Strike, it’s always best to stay in contact with your teammates. It will increase your team play and end-up winning you a game. However, a bad-quality microphone will end up ruining the game and focus of your teammates. A microphone of a gaming headset should be good enough for at least clear communication.
Or you can opt to go with a separate microphone. But in that case, try finding a headphone without a microphone. That way you’ll get a headphone with more excellent sound quality. There is a difference between the gaming headset and headphones. In any case, the microphone’s capture quality should be clear.
A good headset can have a huge impact on your gaming experience. Not only does it increase your focus, but it also enhances your gaming capability. And, more importantly, for FPS games like CS: GO.
While there are many headsets that are good for CS: GO lovers, many pro players use different headphones for their gaming. However, while looking at the stats and performance. The HyperX Cloud 2 is our top pick for the best headset for CS: GO. It fulfills every need of a Counter-Strike player.
Does a good gaming headset help me win my games in CS: GO?
Yes, A good gaming headset will allow you to stay more focused on your game. And, with good positional accuracy, you will be able to locate and sense the footsteps of your opponents. This will help you in giving a good reaction. In competitive gaming, you need to take any advantage you can take over your opponent. And, the headset provides major advantages or disadvantages in FPS games.
What is the best headset for CS: GO?
According to our research and stats, The HyperX Cloud 2 is the best headset for CS: GO players. It offers good positional accuracy and sound quality with excellent comfort and durability. The microphone quality is also good for your in-game communications. Not only that, but this headset is also used by almost 31.2% of professional CS: Go players, according to our research.
What headphones does s1mple use?
The headphone that s1mple (a professional CS: GO player) uses is HyperX Cloud Revolver S. Not only him, but Hobbit also uses this headset for his competitive games. However, the Hobbit uses the base variant known as HyperX Cloud Revolver, while the s1mple uses the updated variant “S