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The 5 best gaming headsets still on sale for Cyber Monday

Wrapping up on our Cyber Monday game deal festivities, few deals remain. If you’re looking to upgrade to a new gaming headset – either for your PC or consoles – you’ll sadly be faced with a narrow assortment of discounted products. However, those that do remain are hardly dregs. From noteworthy and recognizable brands such as HyperX, Razer, and Logitech, you can expect some (but not many) markdowns on highly acclaimed accessories.

When it comes to game audio, it’s important to have only the best headset around. You’ll want an over-the-ear fixture with sizable enough drivers that you can practically feel the sound. At the same time, comfort should be a priority as well, so make sure that the earcups are spacious enough to make room for dangling lobes as well as glasses or jewelry if need be. And if ornate lighting plays a role in your home entertainment setup, be on the lookout for RGB support as well.

Razer Kraken V2 for $49.99 (save $50) at Best Buy
So long as you don't confuse it with the "Pro" version that has a more versatile 3.5mm cable, this USB headset is comfortable and offers high quality 7.1 surround sound through its 50mm drivers.View Deal

Corsair Void Pro for $64.99 (save $35) at B&H Photo
Known for its comfort and build quality, the Corsair Void Pro won't disappoint with its wireless 7.1 surround sound delivery through 50mm drivers. Just don't mind that it's Windows-only.View Deal

Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum for $99.99 (save $100)
One of the best-reviewed headsets of all time, the G933 Artemis Spectrum combines platform ubiquity – i.e., PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch compatibility – with 7.1 Dolby and DST sound.View Deal

HyperX Cloud Flight Wireless for $99.99 (save $60) at Amazon
Held in high regard for its extensive 30-hour battery life, this headset from Kingston packs quite a punch, thanks to its 50mm drivers and convenient volume controls. View Deal

Alienware AW988 for $169.99 (save $60) at Best Buy
Dell subsidiary Alienware gets a bad rap for its sublime yet costly gaming hardware. But when it's on sale, how can you refuse such a sleek and crisp-sounding pair of cans?View Deal

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