questionswhat type/brand should i buy for a cordless…


I've always felt you can't go wrong with Logitech. I've used a lot of their headsets.


Logitech is great, and almost always plug&play with very little, east set-up.

I currently own a Turtle Beach wireless headset that I've been happy with. But it is originally set up to work with an xbox so it needs a digital port which might mean you need an adapter to get it to work with a PC.

I would recommend both of those brands. Just make sure you have the outputs required on your computer or be ready to pick up some adapters.

Oh, and if you are looking for a deal, I picked up the Turtle Beach one factory refurbished, looked and worked like new, for about 1/3 of the normal price.


I recommend sennheiser, they make great headphones.

I have the rs110's and I am very happy with them. They have even better more but more expensive models if you are interested. If it's in your budget, I would consider the rs120's because they come with a charging cradle.


Thank you all for responding to this. I will check these out and then I will be back to let you know what one I purchased.


I used to get free products to write reviews for Newegg as part of their EggXpert program and received a Corsair gaming headset to review. A long time Logitech fan, I was taken aback by the quality of the Corsair unit compared to the Logitech G series counterpart and would recommend them strongly. I gave up on Creative wireless headsets, as they kept dying, and have only had bad experiences with sound quality on wireless Senheiser headphones and headsets, despite their wired units offering stellar sound. Additionally, if your PC offers Bluetooth connectivity you might try out the Bluetooth stereo offerings from LG, which I also own and love when traveling with my laptop.