Best Earphones for Gaming in 2020

Hey, Guys. Today I will tell you about the best Gaming Earphones that you can use for gaming in 2020. There are a lot of questions about earphones. Some people don't know how to select a gaming Headphone, and some don't know how to select a gaming Earphone. In this article, you will get an answer to the following things.


  • Which Earphone is best for gaming in 2020.
  • How to select an Earphone for Gaming.
  • Which things to be noticed before buying an Earphone for Gaming.


Now a request that I have been getting a lot is to write an article on gaming earphones. This is a question that I didn’t think would become so frequent, but now we have “gamers” who play on smartphones, and they want something for playing PUBG on mobile.

When it comes to “gaming” gear in general, gaming chairs have a different aesthetic than regular chairs, and gaming keyboards shave the ability to set macros, gaming monitors generally have higher refresh rates, and gaming CPUs have higher clock speeds.


Main Brands which Make Gaming Headphones


But when it comes to headphones, the companies that make the best gaming headphones are brands like Sennheiser and Audio Technica. They’re able to make great gaming headphones because they know how to make good headphones in general.

But you generally can’t use regular headphones for gaming because they don’t have a mic. But that isn’t the case with earphones made to work with phones because they generally have a microphone. Any earphone with a good sound stage and a sound signature that isn’t recessed in the treble will be good for gaming.

This is because you’ll have a better sense of space if you have a good sound stage on an earphone, and a flat or V-shaped sound signature will allow you to hear the gunshots and footsteps more easily. Having good bass will also make the experience more enjoyable. You will see brands advertising features like 7.1 surround sound for gaming-specific earphones, but I really don't think that artificial digital signal processing will help a lot.


HE-4XX Headphones


So any earphone that is ‘good’ in general will also be good for gaming. More examples of this are my HE-4XX, which are great for gaming even though they are not designed for it, and even my Adam T5VStudio monitors, which are also great for gaming because they are good speakers and give a nice sense of space and positioning of different sounds.


Focal Sense 100 SI


If you are looking for an affordable gaming earphone, the Focal Sense 100 SI is a good choice, and the Signature Acoustics C12 is also really great because they have a nice sound stage with nice and detailed treble frequencies. These are all wired earphones, and we generally don’t find headphone jacks in the higher end phones these days, so you will need something wireless.

But even though technologies like AptX face challenges in their implementation. So AptX Low Latency has a latency of around32ms, which will be the best for gaming. Still, it’s almost impossible to get that to work with a typical smartphone, and even AptX HD has a latency of 150ms, and the regular SBC codec will also be at a similar or worse latency.

A much better idea will be to just use wired earphones, even if you may have to use a dongle. And that is the time we’re living in, where companies have to exclude something as crucial as headphone jack just to seem more modern, and some people are stupid enough to support this trend.


AUDIOSENSE AQ3


Now I don’t think that you really need something that is more resolving for gaming, as these wooden earphones as detailed as I would consider necessary for gaming. Still, if you go for higher-priced items like this AUDIOSENSE AQ3, they will also be great because they are good earphones in general. But on the higher end, you won’t get a microphone unless you use a cable with a mic, so just keep that in mind.

Earbuds can also work well for gaming, but they are generally more mid-centric. You will require isolation from outside noise and the ability to hear the minute details, so I would avoid them for gaming personally. So that is all the information I think you’ll need.

Of course, I am not covering many earphones, specifically because there are so many great options. Still, with this video, you should decide if you check out the individual reviews of those earphones. Feel free to add to this discussion on audio gear for gaming by sharing your thoughts in the comments section.

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