Top 6 Best Headsets for PUBG for PC, Mobile, and XBOX (2020)

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Michael Gray

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In a hurry…

…and cannot wait to buy an awesome pair of headsets for an immersive experience of PUBG then these are the best picks for you selected by us…

Ask yourself: Do you want to increase your PUBG gaming experience?

And, if your answer is yes, then you will agree with me that having a great gaming headset can make a significant impact on your gaming experience.

Thanks to the various companies, providing an excellent quality audio driver, proper software support, and, extra functionality makes a better experience for gamers.

I’ve used and compared various headsets for the best gaming experience and, now, I will review them to help you out to choose the best one for you.

Get ready to have a look at the best headsets for the most beloved game, PUBG a.k.a PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, among today’s gamers.

Let’s get started…

1. Audio Technica ATH-ADG1X Open Air High-Fidelity Gaming Headset

ATH-ADG1X open-back headset made specifically with gamers in mind. Don’t make a mistake for casually listening to music or doing audio work with these pair of headsets. You would better off looking at Audio Technica’s other headphones for that.

The ATH-ADG1X has a built-in gooseneck microphone that cannot be removed. It’s effortless to adjust the mic because of the flexibility. I wish it can be a removable one, but nevertheless, it’s a good one. 

The sound quality is amazing and is what you’d expect from a $250 gaming headset. You will not regret about sound quality as it gives such a great experience.

As for the headphone portion, it’s an open-back design, which means that the outer shell of the headphones is not closed off. Also, you’ll be able to hear external noises as it is not isolating at all. One of the advantages of open-back is that your ears don’t get sweaty.

These are massive over-the-ear headphones. But for things like a virtual reality, where you are moving your head around a lot, it’s not ideal, and they’ll often bump up against your shoulders. 

And, massive size doesn’t mean that they are heavy, because they’re not.


  • 53 mm open-air dynamic driver
  • 99 dB/mW output sound pressure level
  • 5 – 35,000 Hz frequency response 
  • 1,000 mW maximum input power
  • 48 ohms impedance
  • 285 g in weight (without cable): 
  • 1.2 m cable length
  • 3.5 mm gold-plated stereo mini-plug connector 
  • Accessories: 2.0 m extension cable ( 2 x 3.5 mm plugs for audio and mic), windscreen
  • Condenser type of microphone
  • 100-12,000 Hz microphone frequency response


  • Great quality sound
  • Great quality mic
  • Comfortable for long sessions
  • Light-weighted
  • Good build quality


  • Inline mute/volume adjuster
  • Non-detachable mic
  • Over-budgeted

2. Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum

Let’s start with the looks of the headset; the metal headband makes it feel really sturdy throughout the headband area but other than that the headsets are of the plastic. 

In terms of comfort, I was easily able to gain a five-hour gaming session without any discomfort at all, which is pretty impressive. 

G633 is a wired and convict’s two audio signals, one through the 3.5 mm jack and one through the USB connector. It’s one headset for all your devices as it works with PC, mobile, PS4 and Xbox One.

G633 uses Dolby digital surround and DTS for simulation of more advanced surround sound setups. It also has RGB LED support with millions of colors.

Logitech is providing its gaming software, where you can change the settings on a per-game basis, there’s also a lighting menu where you can choose between the breathing color cycle and solid color lighting effect or customized lighting as you want. 

We also have the EQ settings, with six different default settings, and again you can change them on a per-game basis.


  • Pro-G 40 mm driver
  • 107 dB SPL/mW sensitivity
  • 20 – 20,000 Hz frequency response 
  • 39 ohms (passive), 5h ohms (active) impedance
  • 336 g in weight (without cable)
  • 2 m PC cable length
  • 1.5 m mobile cable length
  • 3.5 mm analog cable w/ audio controls 
  • 100 – 20,000 Hz microphone frequency response


  • Great sound quality 
  • Extremely Comfortable
  • Robust Software
  • Light-weighted


  • Not easily portable
  • A little expensive

3. Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Professional Studio Monitor Headphones

These headphones are the successor of M50 headphones which are very well renowned. I would say one of the most popular headphones, especially under $200 category. 

In terms of the first impression, these look just like the M50 as you are not going to notice much of a difference at all. They’re stylish but not so much that they will attract everyone’s attention.

When you put the headphones, you will notice that the comfort level is quite good due to which you can wear these headphones for a longer period. The headband has a lot of great flexibility which can be comfortably fit with your head and also, the ear cups have 90 degrees of movement that allows you to get that perfect fit.

M50x provides tremendous sound isolation. With these, you get a nice thumping sound. It’s not that booming type of bass the way other more bass-heavy headphones might present, but it’s a very nice tight refined bass.

You will definitely notice the warmth around your ears, but it’s not uncomfortable. Even if you listen to it for more than 7 hours, you will never feel sweaty at all.

You’ll get the three detachable cables with these headphones, a short cable of length 1.2 m, a 3 m long straight cable and a 1.2 m coiled cable.


  • Closed-back dynamic design
  • 45 mm driver
  • 99 dB sensitivity
  • 15 – 28,000 Hz frequency response 
  • 38 ohms impedance
  • 285 g in weight (without cable and connector) 


  • Great sound quality 
  • Extremely Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Not sweaty
  • Easily Portable


  • Padding material is not so good
  • No integrated microphone

4. Sennheiser GSP 300 – Closed Back Gaming Headset

Sennheiser’s GSP 300 is available in different colors, and those colors have different model numbers (like GSP 300, 301, 302). But for now, we will focus on model number 300 as I have handled it.

The blue color scheme fits well with the whole design, which caught my eyes right away. There’s the foam type material on the top of the headband which makes it comfortable. You’ll not find any metal on this headset but yet at the same time it doesn’t feel fragile.

A piece of good news for the people who wants long cable on their headsets as the cable on GSP 300 headsets is exceptionally long. You can use this gaming headset for PC, Mac, PS4, and Xbox One.

The sound quality is simply remarkable. 

At the low end, it manages to stay clear, which gives you excellent experience while playing your favorite game. While it is not that impressive soundstage ever, but for the price, it is released, you can’t make a complaint.

You will find the microphone on the left-hand side of the headset that can either stick-up or stick-down. Unfortunately, it’s non-detachable, but that’s not a huge problem. 

Coming to the right side, you’ll locate a large volume wheel which allows you to control sound very efficiently.

Sennheiser claims to have a broadcast quality in GSP 300s microphone, and I think they pretty much hit it as for such a budgeted price, this one is great for anybody.

The Sennheiser GSP 300 provides impressive sound quality at such a reasonable price with a good built-quality, and they are also giving a 24 months warranty which allows you to use it risk-free.


  • 113 dB sensitivity
  • 15 – 26,000 Hz frequency response 
  • 19 ohms impedance
  • 290 g in weight 
  • 2 m cable length
  • 10 – 15,000 Hz microphone frequency response
  • Noise-canceling pickup pattern


  • Great sound quality 
  • Extremely Comfortable
  • Adjustable volume dial
  • Exceptional microphone quality


  • Non-detachable microphon

5. SteelSeries Arctis 7 (2019 Edition) Lossless Wireless Gaming Headset with DTS Headphone:X

Steelseries Arctis 7 2019 Edition is a wireless gaming headset that connects to its USB dock for wireless use. Irrespective of being wireless, they are not Bluetooth compatible.

Latency is very minimal, and you will not get distracted or experience any delay while playing games. The wireless range of the headset is quite incredible.

After wearing the Arctis 7 2019 edition, you will find it quite comfortable and it has slightly more padding than usual, which makes them good-suited for bigger ears. If you have a larger head, then you will find a bit tight as the length of the headband limits the adjustment.

This headset comes up with a battery life of more than a day, and you can even use them while they are plugged in. SteelSeries also provided the power-saving feature for the long-lasting battery. 

An app named SteelSeries Engine offers you to customize many options for its Arctis 7 2019 edition. You can control the volume of the mic, DTS surround sound as well as an equalizer with presets. It’s a user-friendly app as you got all the controls on a single page.

The sound quality is subpar and flat, and 7.1 surround sound is good enough at least for me but doesn’t felt a real 7.1 surround sound experience. They have a good bass performance, but it may vary according to your experience.


  • 40 mm neodymium drivers
  • 98 dB headphone sensitivity
  • 20 – 20,000 Hz frequency response 
  • 12 m effective range
  • 32 ohms impedance
  • 355 g in weight 
  • Wireless
  • 100 – 10,000 Hz microphone frequency response
  • 24+ hours battery life


  • User-friendly app 
  • Reasonable price
  • Durable
  • Effective wireless range
  • Good battery life


  • Not the certain feel of 7.1 surround sound
  • Minimum adjustable 
  • Not a great microphone

6. ASTRO Gaming A50 Wireless Dolby Gaming Headset – Black/Green

Astro’s A50 comes with two variants, one for Xbox (Green and grey version), and another one for PlayStation (Blue and Black version), both versions are compatible with PC. 

If you want to enjoy both, then you don’t have to buy them, but instead, you will have to go to a base station.

This headset has a Dolby 7.1 surround sound as well as it uses 5 GHz wireless technology for the transmitter, which means you’re going to have low latency and not have to worry about losing a connection. 

The sound quality of A50’s will not disappoint you as the bass is deep and the highs are clear enough. At such a price, there are better headsets available when it comes to sound quality.

Now, at the right earmuff, you will discover the options of “voice” and “game.” If you want to hear more of your chat or you are on Xbox or listening to music etc. then you can press the button implying “voice.”

If you press the button “game,” then you’re going to hear more of your game that you’re playing itself. At the other earmuff, you can find your microphone that swivels on and to mute the microphone, all you have to do just point it in upright angle.

One of the exciting parts I liked about these headsets is that they come up with the feature of “accelerometer.” It automatically detects when it’s in a vertical position and is in use and when you place it on the side, it switches off itself and switches on when you start using it again.

The design of A50’s base station is very sleek, and it will fit anywhere on your desk. You’ll find a switch with options, Xbox and PC.

If you want to use your PC, then you have to switch on to PC, and if you are using Xbox, then you have to switch it to the Xbox. At the backside, there is optical in and out ports as well as a micro USB.

Astro A50 headsets provide you a battery life of 15+ hours which is quite impressive. You will not get disappointed as you don’t have to charge it all long a day.

You can use the Astro command center which is a software made by Astro, and this allows you to control different parts of the headset precisely, and you’ll be able to customize your headset. This software can also alter the microphone settings.


  • 40 mm drivers with neodymium magnet 
  • 118 dB headphone sensitivity
  • Dolby headphone 7.1 surround sound
  • 48 ohms impedance
  • 20 – 20,000 Hz frequency response 
  • Wireless range up to 30 ft 
  • 380 g in weight (without cable) 
  • 6 mm uni-directional noise-canceling microphone
  • USB Micro-B (USB 2.0 compatible)
  • 15+ hours battery life


  • Long-lasting battery life
  • Great sound quality
  • Low Latency
  • Sturdy
  • Compatible with PC


  • Expensive

Conclusion – Best Headsets for PUBG

Now you should have all the details you need before buying the best headsets for PUBG.

If you want to be on the top of the player’s list in PUBG, then you will agree that you should have a good pair of headsets and I tried to help you out by review some of the best buys in 2020. 

We hope this list helps you with your decision of buying the best headsets for PUBG.

Once you purchased a pair, we would love to hear from you! You can comment here about your favorite headphones or send us a personal message.

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