hyperx cloud stinger review

HyperX Cloud Stinger Review : What to look for – Buyer’s Guide

A great gaming headset can be a make-or-break element of your gaming experience. That’s why the Kingston Hyperx Cloud Stinger is here to be your next best gaming partner with its power-packed performance. These gaming headphones are available in both wired and wireless variants. The headset is specially designed for gaming, be it the overall look or the game audio enhancement. With crisp bass and smooth audio delivery, the sound experience is a delight across all games. In addition, the headphones stand absolutely comfortable for long gaming sessions. So let’s dig in further to the HyperX Cloud Stinger Review!

HyperX Cloud Stinger Key Features

It is an excellent option as an entry-level gaming headset. The Hyperx Cloud Stinger provides the utmost comfort to the user. Thanks to Hyperx signature memory foam that makes your marathon gaming pleasant. With both wired and wireless variants, you get the choice to make. Also, you won’t be spending a fortune on this package as these headsets are pretty affordable.

Type On-Ear
Connectivity Wired, wireless
Active noise cancellation Yes
Drivers 50 mm directional drivers
Impedance 30 ohms
Frequency Response 18 Hz-23,000 Hz
Battery Life 17 hours
Weight 275 Grams
Special features 50mm directional drivers, HyperX signature memory foam, Adjustable steel slider headband
plantronics backbeat pro 2 review

Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 Review : What to look for – Buyer’s Guide

Many of us are neither gaming enthusiasts nor audiophiles; that’s why we look for wireless headsets meant for mixed usage. The Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 is one such remarkable bet in the market which is an all-rounder. These versatile headphones are sturdy, comfortable, and deliver excellent audio quality. The Backbeat Pro 2 might not be the most affordable option out there, but the features and performance do justice to its price point. However, these aren’t meant for sports and workout enthusiasts as you might find them bulky.

Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 Key Features

The Backbeat Pro 2 boasts of being one of the best wireless active noise-canceling headphones in its price range. The headphones connect through BlueTooth, which makes them versatile across devices. It also supports rich bass and open-listening mode, which lets you hear your surroundings. 

Type On-Ear
Connectivity Bluetooth
Active Noise Cancellation Yes
Drivers 40 mm
Frequency response 20 Hz- 20000 Hz 
Impedance 32 ohm
Battery Life 24 hours
Weight 283.5 g
Special features Noise-cancelling, open-listening mode
steelseries arctis 7 review

Steelseries Arctis 7 Review

Are you tired of tangling wires while playing your favorite games? Or do you often feel that the audio file has lost its real essence? This headset by SteelSeries is a one-stop solution to all these issues. The SteelSeries Arctis 7 is a lossless wireless headset that promises seamless music and gaming experience with utmost comfort. This headset has quickly made its place in the gaming community and still makes it one of the best affordable gaming headsets. Despite the budget price point, the headset doesn’t compromise with the features and performance.

SteelSeries Arctis 7 Key Features


The SteelSeries Arctis 7 are on-ear closed-back headphones and boasts its lossless audio support. Here, lossless refer to the audio files that typically have a high bitrate, usually over 500 kbps. Such audio files mostly come in FLAC, WAV, or ALAC formats. The most significant advantage is that these files retained all the depth and details of the original recording for a seamless audio experience. The headphones also support DTS Headphone:X 2.0 surround sound so that you can indulge in the game environment.

Type On-Ear
Connectivity 2.4GHz wireless RF USB dongle
Active noise cancellation No
Drivers 40mm neodymium
Impedance 32 ohms
Frequency response 20Hz-20kHz
Battery Life 24 hours
Weight 354 g
Special features 7.1 digital surround sound, ClearCast bidirectional microphone, ChatMix dial
JBL Tune 600BTNC Review

JBL Tune 600BTNC Review

Not every affordable pair of headphones proves to be value for money. A good and deemed worthy headphone should have enough features which do justice to its price point. Thankfully, the JBL Tune 600 BTNC stands to be such a powerful competitor in the market since the year 2018. These wireless active noise-cancelling on-ear headphones have been an interesting choice among audiophiles due to their awesome features under budget. There is no doubt that JBL is a prime brand in the world of electronic devices for over 70 years and the JBL Tune 600 BTNC lives up to the name. Let’s do a detailed JBL Tune 600BTNC Headphones Review to know more.

JBL Tune 600 BTNC Key Features

Style On-Ear
Design Fold-Flat
Connectivity Bluetooth
Active Noise-cancellation Yes
Drivers 32 mm
Frequency response  20Hz-20kHz
Impedance 32 ohms
Battery life Up to 16 hours
Weight 184 g
Special features Lightweight, Foldable, Microphone Feature, Volume-Control, Active Noise Cancellation

sony wh-ch700n review

Sony WH-CH700N Review : Active Noise Cancelling in Budget

Sony is a shining star in the market of electronic devices with headphones being one of their fortes. No doubt the Sony WH-CH700N lives up to the name and is one of the finest noise-canceling headphones which are wireless too. For a seamless hands-free experience, the headphones also offer voice assistant support like Google Assistant and Siri.

While you get good sound quality and great battery life, these headphones are quite easy to travel with. However, the best part is you won’t be spending a hefty amount on this package. Yes! This marvelous pair of headphones is one of the best budget deals. Here is a detailed, unbiased Sony WH-CH700N Review for a better insight into this Headset.

Sony WH-CH700N Key Features

Style On-Ear
Connectivity Bluetooth 4.1
Drivers 40mm neodynamic
Frequency response 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Sensitivity 97 dB at 1 kHz (Active) 98 dB at 1 kHz (Passive)
Impedance 22 ohms
Noise-cancelling Yes
Battery life 35 hours
Weight 240.98 grams

anker soundcore life q20

Soundcore Life Q20 von Anker Review

Anker has never failed to impress us with its versatile technology, and it’s a brand that we have been trusting for a long. With the increasing popularity of wireless headphones, the new Soundcore Life Q20 is a budget addition to Anker’s wireless range. These good entry-level-noise-canceling headphones are a delight for beginners on a budget. It comes with solid features like noise-canceling, Bluetooth connectivity, comfort, good battery life, etc. Although the Anker Soundcore Life Q20  won’t surpass the Sennheiser or Sony, it is deemed worthy of its value. 

Soundcore Life Q20 Key Features

Sound High-quality output due to 40mm dynamic drivers
Noise-cancellation  Hybrid active noise cancellation
Playtime 40-60 hours
Fast Charging Yes
Connectivity Bluetooth 5 connectivity, AUX
Calls Inbuilt microphone with active noise reduction
Charging port Micro-USB
Additional  Ergonomic design, memory foam earpads, rotatable ear cups, free travel pouch, BassUp feature, dual EQ modes
Best suited for  Daily use, traveling

Sound Quality

The Anker Soundcore Life Q20 has a decent sound quality. The audio profile is quite neutral, almost sounding flat at times. However, there is a good balance in audio, delivering you a smooth music experience. The bass emphasis is great, and the sound crisp. The overemphasized treble range makes the audio profile perfect for pop and rock genres. The highs and lows are good, but some distortion may occur at high frequencies. 

A BassUp feature is provided for bass lovers, but honestly, it doesn’t sound very well most of the time. Also, there is no surround sound support, not even virtual, so people seeking stereo effect may go for other rivals, which are better. Overall, the sound quality is quite reasonable considering its price point.


If you are looking for a headset with inline or detachable/non-detachable boom mics, this isn’t the right choice. Because the

Sennheiser GSP 300 Gaming Headset Review

Sennheiser GSP 300 Gaming Headset Review

The new GSP 300 comes loaded with features like a noise-canceling microphone, split headband, etc. to step up your gaming performance.

Sennheiser GSP 300 Key Features

Model GSP 300
Audio Channels Stereo
Ear Coupling Around-the-ear
Acoustic Design Dynamic, closed
Frequency Response 15 – 26,000Hz
Impedance 19 Ohms
Sound Pressure Level (SPL) 113 dB SPL (1kHz / 1Vrms)
Microphone Type Noise-canceling
Microphone Mute Automatic by raising the boom arm
Connectors 2 x 3.5 mm / 1 x 3.5 mm (PCV 05 Combo Audio Adaptor)
In the Box GSP 300 gaming headset / PCV 05 Combo Audio Adapter / Safety guide

Sound Quality

While many gaming headsets at this price range come with compromised audio quality, the Sennheiser GSP 300 boasts its crystal-clear audio delivery with improved bass response. The high-quality sound makes it versatile for gaming, music and chatting. The GSP 300 easily manages to provide a solid sound quality over long periods without any discomfort

The GSP 300 reproduces relatively accurate audio with a few things worth mentioning. There’s a major de-emphasis in the sub-bass range, as well as in the high range. The de-emphasis in the very low bass range can make electronic music sound smoother. Some bass drums and guitar notes may get hard to perceive, but you’d have to listen to it more closely to get those notes. Thus, it may cause trouble when it comes to very faint bass lines in songs.

Meanwhile, this audio profile becomes more preferable in gaming. The de-emphasis in the bass range makes low rumbling voices sound quieter and less overpowering while being sharp enough. In survival games like Battlefield 1, this gets quite helpful for listening to minute details like guns reloading nearby, chatting teammates, and footsteps too! It is also incredibly useful