Trusted Reviews is supported by its audience. If you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a commission. Learn more.

Best PS5 Headset 2023: Our top picks for PlayStation Headsets

Trying to pick out a new console headset can be tiresome at best and overwhelming at worst, with arguably too many options on the market. That’s why we’re here to show you all the best PS5 headsets currently available.

We have more than enough experience when it comes to gaming headsets as our team has reviewed countless models over the years, from the most premium variations all the way down to the cheap and cheerful options. Putting this experience to good use, we’ve curated this definitive list of all the best headsets we’ve ever tested for the PS5 console. 

Every headset that features on this list has been put through its paces by a member of our team for at least two weeks and has been used with a multitude of games. We ensure to evaluate as many aspects of the headset as possible, including audio quality, microphone performance and battery life, where applicable. 

Moreover, every headset on this list is compatible with the PS5 console through either a wired or wireless connection. Premium features like Active Noise Cancellation, 3D Spatial Audio and Haptic Feedback are also things that we keep an eye on in case you’re looking for a particularly immersive experience. 

If nothing on this list catches your attention then make sure to bookmark this page and come back soon as we strive to update this list every time another impressive PS5 headset comes through our doors. 

If you’re happy to broaden your horizons past the PS5 to see what other headsets are available, then make sure you check out our best gaming headset round-up for a more general overview. For something more specialised, take a look at our best Xbox headset, best headphones and best wireless headphones for even more options.

Without further ado, read on to find out our top picks for the best PS5 headsets you can buy.

Best PS5 headsets at a glance

How we test

Learn more about how we test headsets

We use every headset we test for at least a week. During that time, we’ll check it for ease of use and put it through its paces by using it in a variety of games, as well as playing music in order to get the full experience.

We also check each headset’s software (if applicable) to see how easy it is to customise and set up.

Razer Kraken V3 HyperSense

Best PS5 headset with haptic feedback
rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star


  • Comfortable for long periods of wear
  • HyperSense offers fantastic immersion
  • Deep bass
  • Features Razer Chroma RGB lighting


  • Steep price for wired headphones
  • You’ll need an adaptor for smartphones and Switch in portable mode

The Razer Kraken V3 HyperSense headset is one of the best PS5 headset options you can find, according to our review. Packing 50mm drivers, the audio is fantastic, and during testing, we thought that it delivered balanced and natural sound that featured a punchy bass that shined in songs like Lovely Day by Bill Withers.

The feature that wowed us most was obviously HyperSense, as haptic technology provides haptic feedback during gameplay. The sound of a grenade going off in the background is replicated through vibrations, which we thought offered a far more immersive experience compared to a lot of other headsets we’ve reviewed.

This headset also has such a classy and sleek design; black memory foam and leatherette ear cups make it a joy to wear for hours on end and the subtle RGB Razer logo on each earcup is minimal but really aesthetically pleasing. Our review noted how comfortable this headset was, and how the haptic feedback can be easily adjusted or even turned off for any low-intensity games where the feature may not mesh as well.

You can find other Razer headsets that boast a similar high-end feel for a lower price, like the Razer Kaira X or the Razer Barracuda X, but the Razer Kraken V3 HyperSense knocked it out of the park for us, offering up such immersive gameplay and a premium experience, though it does come at a steep price.

Reviewer: Gemma Ryles
Full review: Razer Kraken V3 HyperSense review


Best PS5 headset with ANC
rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star


  • Extremely comfortable
  • Multiplatform support
  • Great audio quality
  • Detachable microphone


  • More expensive than other headsets

The EPOS H3PRO Hybrid headset is one of the best PS5 headsets we have ever reviewed, coming in with another five-star rating alongside the Razer Kraken V3 HyperSense. The sleek and minimal styling is free of over-the-top RGB lighting which wouldn’t look out of place in a professional setting, if you wanted to take advantage of the Bluetooth capabilities and use it while you’re on the go.

While this headset is one of the more expensive entries on this list, the closed design and ANC (active noise cancellation) is more than worth the steep price, in our opinion. ANC helps to block out ambient and background noise, making it an ideal feature for anyone who wants to be completely immersed in their game or music.

And this headset isn’t just limited to the PS5; we tested it on PC and Nintendo Switch via the USB-A dongle and Bluetooth capabilities. This means you can switch between consoles, though we loved how clear and balanced Cuphead on the PS5 sounded, and how we could continually track enemies in God of War.

And don’t be discouraged by the price of the first two entries, as we will be looking at some more affordable headsets in the next entry. However, even with the steep cost, we think that this headset is an all-rounder, offering up a sleek and comfortable design and amazing sound quality.

Reviewer: Gemma Ryles
Full review: EPOS H3PRO Hybrid review

Astro A10 Gen 2

Best budget PS5 gaming headset
rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star


  • Lightweight
  • Comfortable ear cups
  • Good microphone
  • Strong audio


  • Mic isn’t detachable
  • Feels a little plasticky

The Astro A10 Gen 2 headset is a fantastic wired gaming headset for those on a tight budget, with our review touting the impressive 32mm neodymium-magnet drivers as being natural and balanced. We found that it was easy to track enemies in God of War and that the audio never sounded distorted or harsh, even on the higher notes.

We also loved how lightweight this headset is; weighing it at only 246g, our reviewer noted that they could wear these cans for hours without it pushing down on their neck, and that the padded earcups helped to stave off any discomfort.

And while this headset is wired, we did not have any issues connecting it up to a PS5. This headset can also be used on PC and Nintendo Switch, though you should check out our best gaming headset list to see our favourite picks for multiplatform headsets in general.

Anyone who is looking for an affordable headset, or even their first gaming headset, should seriously consider the Astro A10 Gen 2. Not only is the price reasonable, but you’re getting a comfortable headset that can bring your favourite games to life.

Reviewer: Gemma Ryles
Full review: Astro A10 Gen 2 review

HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless

Best battery life on a PS5 headset
rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star


  • Big, meaty sound
  • Sturdy construction
  • Simple controls
  • Incredible battery life


  • Expensive
  • Lack of RGB may not please some
  • Lacklustre software

The HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless headset features 50mm drivers and a purposeful and stylish design, according to our reviewer. We liked how sturdy and comfortable these cans were, with the blend of metal and smooth rubber on the earcups making it feel like a truly premium peripheral.

We also found the audio to be fabulous, offering a big, meaty sound profile, which works great for gaming. It supports DTS Headphone:X spatial audio, which we found provided some additional direction for in-game sounds and attacks.

And of course, the standout feature of this headset has to be the 300-hour battery. Our reviewer mentioned how this was tricky to test, though said how the battery never appeared to drain significantly, and how the headset didn’t need to be charged even after a week of usage.

We did note that the microphone was okay, with a clear but thin performance. This will still work well for most gamers, though it is slightly disappointing for the price.

So, if you are after a headset that offers a ridiculously long battery life and comes with impeccable audio, the HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless is one of the best PS5 headset options available, even if it is on the expensive side.

Reviewer: Reece Bithrey
Full review: HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless review

Sony Pulse 3D

Best PS5 headset for Sony purists
rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star


  • Perfect companion for PS5
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Spatial 3D Audio is both impressive and immersive
  • Internal microphone sounds surprisingly great


  • Battery life could be better
  • Feels cheap in some areas

This headset is for the Sony purists out there, with our review boasting that is the perfect companion to your PS5. The Sony Pulse 3D looks strikingly like its latest console, sporting a beautiful mixture of black and white and the same two-tone design as the PS5 itself.

These cans come with Spatial 3D audio, which we thought was a complete game-changer when used with supported titles. We thought that this worked best in Demon’s Souls, as we could hear the otherworldly growls of goblins and ghouls ringing through the mines, which created an impressively immersive experience.

Any first-party exclusives, like Sackboy: A Big Adventure and Miles Morales, are able to really take advantage of the 3D audio, though we did note that this feature isn’t utilised as extensively in third-party developer titles, which does limit its use.

Overall, we thought that this headset had punchy and vibrant audio that is astounding for the price, offering a loud and thoroughly enjoyable sound profile that shines through regardless of the genre you’re diving into. This is a really easy headset to recommend, especially for anyone that wants to collect all the PS5-related hardware.

Reviewer: Jade King
Full review: Sony Pulse 3D review

Sony Inzone H7

Most comfortable PS5 gaming headset
rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star


  • Immensely comfortable
  • Superb passive noise isolation
  • Detailed audio
  • Great battery life


  • Expensive
  • Middling mic performance
  • Fiddly software
  • No option for a wired connection

The Sony Inzone H7 is a Sony-made gaming headset designed for the PC. But that doesn’t mean you can’t use it with the PS5, since it comes bundled with a dongle for wireless use. It’s also sporting a lovely PS5-inspired design which will complement your console’s white-and-black colour combo.

Our tests showed it to have an excellent, detailed audio performance, while the snug fit over your ears is great for blocking out background noise, even though ANC does not feature here.

We were even more impressed by the design, with our reviewer calling it one of the most comfortable headsets he’s ever tested. It also looks really classy, taking notes from Sony’s premier lifestyle headset, the WH-1000XM5.

The biggest issue here is the cost, being twice as expensive as the Sony Pulse 3D. But if you’re happy to splash the cash and want one of the classiest gaming headsets that Sony has to offer, the Inzone H7 remains a stellar buy.

Reviewer: Reece Bithrey
Full review: Sony Inzone H7 review

We also considered…

We’ve reviewed

See all reviews


Are all of these headsets only for the PS5?

No, many of the headsets listed here, like the EPOS H3PRO Hybrid and Astro A10 Gen 2, can be used with other devices, like the Nintendo Switch or a PC.

What is Spatial 3D audio?

Spatial audio helps to create 360-degree sound around the listener, which means that the audio can be more immersive. It helps the listener feel like the sound is coming from a multi-speaker system.

What is HyperSense?

Razer HyperSense is a haptic-feedback technology that has been integrated into the audio drivers in each earcup, which means that the feedback (or vibrations) can be used to emphasise what you hear during the game.

Comparison specs

IP rating
Battery Hours
Size (Dimensions)
Release Date
First Reviewed Date
Driver (s)
Noise Cancellation?
Frequency Range
Headphone Type
Voice Assistant

Why trust our journalism?

Founded in 2003, Trusted Reviews exists to give our readers thorough, unbiased and independent advice on what to buy.

Today, we have millions of users a month from around the world, and assess more than 1,000 products a year.

author icon

Editorial independence

Editorial independence means being able to give an unbiased verdict about a product or company, with the avoidance of conflicts of interest. To ensure this is possible, every member of the editorial staff follows a clear code of conduct.

author icon

Professional conduct

We also expect our journalists to follow clear ethical standards in their work. Our staff members must strive for honesty and accuracy in everything they do. We follow the IPSO Editors’ code of practice to underpin these standards.