Price: £150~ (at time of review)
The gaming headset market is packed these days with plenty of wireless headsets and some headsets are also starting to offer multi-platform compatibility but it is still rare to see those two features overlap into a single product.
It is even more rare to have a gaming headset with truly high-quality sound so the product we have on test today should be interesting indeed, the Klipsch KG-300. For those of you who don’t know Klipsch are a very well established speaker brand known for audio quality who are now branching out to provide two new gaming headsets, the KG-200 and the KG-300 which we have here today.
Given the parentage we might assume the KG-300s will serve up some great audio quality, but let’s put them through all the normal tests to make sure they succeed in the other areas that make for a great headset as nowadays you can’t rely on driver performance alone to win gamers over, features are just as important!
More about Klipsch:
Klipsch is an audio manufacturer founded in Arkansas in 1946. They specialise in high-end, high fidelity sound systems with a focus on the superiority of horn loaded speakers. With a well-established audiophile following in the hi-fi market, they are now looking to branch out into offering a gaming range.