If there’s one thing that we love here at RipTen, it’s gaming audio. Meaty explosions, sweeping composition and masterful voice acting can elevate a good game to epic status. As a community, we obsess over the television sets and PC monitors we use to view our favorite titles, but it seems that many fewer aficionados respect the soundscape in the same way.
With the advent of voice communication for online gaming, even home theatre systems don’t really do service to intricate aural designs. Sure, the game sounds good, but you’re often left with a crummy packed-in headset for talking with your friends. Enter the gaming headset.