Wireless headphones can be of interest to gamers who want to enhance their gaming experience. The devices are ideal for those who want to use the headset with more freedom and want more immersion in games. Companies such as PlayStation, Logitech, Astro, Razer, HyperX and Corsair offer models starting at R$479, as is the case with the PlayStation Pulse 3D, which has been developed specifically for the PS5.
The Corsair Void RGB Elite has 7.1 surround sound and up to 16 hours of battery life, with prices starting at R$670. Another option is the Astro A50, which comes with a base station and brings Dolby Atmos and Dolby Audio technologies for around BRL 1,799. . Here are seven wireless headphones to buy in Brazil in 2022.
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Wireless headset: The list includes seven models ranging from R$479 to R$1799 — Photo: Disclosure/HyperX
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The PlayStation Pulse 3D should be an option for users who want a headset made specifically for the PlayStation 5 (PS5). It has two noise canceling microphones and volume control and other settings on the structure itself. Designed to offer the 3D audio produced by the PS5, the product promises an immersive and targeted sound experience for console gaming. However, it is also compatible with Windows and macOS and PS4 computers. The model is sold from R$ 479.
The in-ear composition does not compromise comfort, as it has a padded cover and size adjustment. The wireless connection is via an adapter and the battery lasts an average of 12 hours. Amazon ratings give the phone 4.8 out of 5 stars. Among the evaluations there are scores of users who note the efficiency of the product, but also those who warn about the sound quality in some situations, for example, at low frequencies.
- Positive: Value for money and 3D audio
- cons: 12 hours of autonomy
The headset with 3D sound promises up to 12 hours of autonomy — photo: Disclosure / PlayStation
The Logitech G435 is equipped with Bluetooth connectivity, so it is a versatile and wide-ranging product, as it can connect to a variety of devices, from mobile phones to computers. The headset is suitable for those looking for a variety of connectivity options, as it can be used during games or for other functions such as listening to music. The range, however, is slightly reduced compared to other models, as it delivers up to ten meters away from the connected device. On the other hand, compatibility ranges from PlayStation 5 to Nintendo Switch. A long autonomy of 18 hours also helps the model to stand out. You can find the product for around R$549.
The composition uses viscoelastic foam to provide sound insulation and also allows the breathable fabric to ensure long hours of use without sacrificing comfort. In terms of technology, the accessory uses an integrated microphone, 40 mm drivers, and also invests in Dolby Atmos technology, immersive sound and Windows Sonic. Amazon reviews give the product 4.4 stars, with a positive emphasis on comfort and lightness. However, negative scores warn of possible low volume.
- Positive: Light structure and Bluetooth connection
- cons: Reduced range by ten meters
The Logitech G435 Lightspeed has Bluetooth connectivity — Photo: Disclosure / Logitech
HyperX’s Cloud Stinger Core comes with features that promise to deliver immersive sound while in use. This is possible with the help of dynamic drivers in the 40 mm speaker composition and 16 ohm impedance. It has microphone controls and even noise cancellation. The model is sold from R$ 555.
Like most of the headphones listed, the product also works with 2.4GHz wireless. The technology enables connectivity with PS4 and PS5, as well as compatibility with PCs. Battery life, one of the main features of the accessory, is 17 hours. The headset is rated 4.6 stars on Amazon. In feedback, users comment on the comfort provided even during prolonged use, but emphasize that the sound quality may not be suitable for more demanding users.
- Positive: Battery life 17 hours
- cons: Without battery level indicator
For those who shy away from wired devices, a wireless headset is a great option, and HyperX’s Cloud Stinger Core Wireless model is a great choice — Photo: Reproduction/Amazon
The Void RGB Elite from Corsair has an impressive spec sheet, starting with 7.1 surround sound technology that works with 50mm drivers. The audio outputs are tuned, capable of providing a wide frequency range from 20 Hz to 30,000 Hz. It’s all connected via 2.4 GHz wireless, which allows for up to 12 meters away from the device. The battery lasts about 16 hours and the product costs about R$670.
In terms of structure, the headset features breathable microfiber and plush-covered memory foam. With 4.5 stars on Amazon, the product has positive reviews for battery life and audio quality. However, some note that the structure may become inappropriate in specific cases involving traffic.
- Positive: 7.1 sound technology and 50 mm drivers
- cons: Structure can be lacking in terms of fit
Corsair Void RGB Elite has 7.1 surround sound — Photo: Disclosure/Corsair
Another option from Logitech is the G533, a headset with 7.1 surround sound and the promise of advanced audio performance. This feature offers positional audio through the sound dots spread across the phone – helping to capture game movements more firmly. The headset is equipped with a breathable fabric on the ear cover, which is also equipped with a cushion for comfort. In addition to individual adjustments, the product has volume and performance control buttons, as well as a flexible microphone.
In terms of range, the wireless accessory guarantees a distance of up to 15 meters from the connected computer or console. Battery life is about 15 hours. The G533 scores 4.5 stars on Amazon. Reviews generally reflect the sound quality and comfort, but show a possible weakness of the headset. This model is found from R$ 907.
- Positive: Sound with 7.1 Surround technology and a range of 15 meters
- cons: Loses 7.1 audio functionality on console
Logitech G533 is a model with wireless connection — photo: Disclosure / Logitech
The Razer Thresher Ultimate for Xbox should cater to a community that appreciates a sophisticated spec sheet, especially those willing to pay extra for a powerful configuration. Designed to create an immersive experience while playing, the product invests in Dolby 7.1 Surround Positional Audio technology, which ensures realism of screen movements and sound accuracy. The model is seen from R$ 1417.
Wireless operation allows a distance of up to 12 meters from the connected device and should provide up to 16 hours of autonomy. As for sound, the headphones offer 50mm drivers and an impedance of 32 ohms at 1kHz. The composition has a padded and leather-covered ear structure – for acoustic isolation – and a retractable microphone. Rated at 4.2 stars on Amazon, the accessory has positive reviews for finish and sound quality. However, users are warned that for use in other devices, such as a computer, an adapter is required that can pick up the wireless signal emitted by the equipment.
- Positive: Positional audio for tracking game moves
- cons: A specific adapter is required for use on a computer
Razer Thresher Ultimate listed for Xbox consoles — Photo: Disclosure / Razer
7. Astro Gaming A50 + Base Station Gen 4 – from 1799 BRL
The Astro Gaming A50 brings the base station to a different level. Thus, it should stand out among those looking for a complete product to build a configuration. The base station promises clear, low-latency voice communication, along with simplified pairing and charging of the headset. Interested customers will have to pay BRL 1,799 to purchase the combination.
Among the technologies offered by the A50 are Dolby Atmos and Dolby Audio, which help deliver immersive 3D audio. Compatible with Xbox One, PS4, PS5, Windows and Mac, the headset is suitable for both gaming and other activities such as listening to music. The manufacturer does not indicate the details of the composition, but claims that the battery life allows up to 15 hours of use. Product ratings add up to 4.5 stars, with reviews highlighting the audio quality and finish, which helps ensure comfort even with hours of use.
- Positive: Compatibility between different devices, computers and consoles
- cons: high price
Astro A50 has Dolby Atmos and Dolby Audio — Photo: Disclosure/Astro
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