4 Best Gaming Earbuds 2020

On our blog, we’ve covered many headsets and headphones that would be awesome for all gamers out there. They will also make their gaming sessions immersive and wonderful, but that being said, not everyone prefers a big, chunky headset with a microphone sticking out, and heating up their ears.

However, that doesn’t mean you have settle for something you don’t find comfortable.

In today’s post we’ll be introducing you to some gaming earbuds that are equally robust when it comes to sound quality and bass reproduction, but lighter on your ears, and easy to use. Gaming earbuds are a completely different niche and if you’re looking to experiment with different forms of earphones then keep on reading to know what are the 4 best gaming earbuds to buy in 2020.

1. TOZO T10 Bluetooth 5.0 Wireless Earbuds

True wireless earbuds are perfect for gamers looking to have a pair of earbuds they can take with them anywhere they go, and that can be used for multiple activities. The TOZO T10 wireless earbuds are the perfect gaming earbuds, while being on a budget and encompassing a solid sonic profile.

TOZO T10 wireless earbuds

Don’t let the athletic design fool you, but these earbuds are IPX8 water proof and won’t be affected by rain, sweat, dust or debris. The light weight earbuds come with an equally light weight charging case, and the TOZO T10 earbuds have Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity which makes pairing with your device a piece of cake and are compatible with Windows, iOS, and Android devices.

Now coming to the audio quality, these gaming earbuds house 8mm audio drivers that bump the sound quality higher than most commonly available true wireless earbuds. The boosted bass amplifies sound details for combative or adventure game plays, that only enhance the experience.

However, the battery life isn’t great.

It only allows you 4 hours of listening time, whereas the charging case provides up to 14 hours of charging. Similarly, the microphone on these earbuds could use some improvement, but you do get 4 different ear tip sizes to find the right fit.

Priced under $100 the TOZO T10 is still a good, budget friendly gaming earbuds to go for.

Pros:

  • Active Noise cancellation
  • Different ear tip sizes for the right fit
  • Active noise cancellation
  • IPX8 water proof resistance
  • Compatible with most devices
  • Boosted bass

Cons:

  • Poor battery life
  • Microphones needs improvement

2. Razer Hammerhead Pro V2

Razer is famous for making some of the coolest and great sounding gaming headsets with a boom mic, and the Hammerhead Pro V2 is an equally amazing wired gaming earbuds that are made specifically for gamers. The neon green wired earbuds have 10mm dynamic drivers that allow for acoustic clarity along with a bass that isn’t underwhelming or too overpowering. With an in-line microphone and three action controls for volume, taking calls or pausing, makes it functional for gaming as well as everyday activities.

Razer Hammerhead Pro V2

You get three different sizes for ear tips and a headphone splitter for your 3.5mm audio jack to connect with all gaming devices or computer, and carrying pouch to store it all in. When it comes to audio the audio drivers make sure that you hear all the details during any high or low sound frequency, and you find zero distortion when it comes to bass or playing music at high volume.

One thing we noticed was that the inline mic did pick up on noises if it bumped against the player or controller, it isn’t consistent enough to reproduce clear audio quality while communication with other players. That doesn’t mean it sucks, it just can be a pain point for gamers who value clear communication with their team players.

Pros:

  • 10mm audio drivers for clear and robust audio reproduction
  • Headphone splitter for compatibility with other devices
  • Affordable mid range gaming earbuds
  • Durable and untangle flat cable
  • Inline microphone with controls

Cons:

  • Microphone can get muffled

3. Bowers & Wilkins C5 Series 2

Now it is time to showcase a premium looking gaming earbuds that are high quality, chic looking and pricey. The Bowers & Wilkins C5 Series 2 earbuds are not only a good match for gaming, but can be used with other devices as well. One of the highlight of these gaming earbuds is the in-canal earphone design that is extremely comfortable and a result of much research.

Bowers and Wilkins C5 Series 2

Secured with a loop mechanism that is padded for extra comfort, the C5 Series 2 earbuds remain intact and in place for the entire duration of a gaming session. You can also adjust the audio loop for the right fit, and the inline microphone and controls allow you to control the volume, call management and track navigation.

With 10mm audio drivers in each earbud, the bass is thoroughly warm and rich, with an open treble and audio reproduction that is off the charts. Due to the audio drivers, you can expect crystal clear mid range and high frequency sound frequency, which is crucial for immersive or action packed video games, that need to sound distinct but not overbearing.

Priced under $200, the C5 Series 2 is one of the best gaming earbuds that are designed to allow a secure and comfortable fit. Now if only they were true wireless, it would be a dream come true.

Pros:

  • Powerful and clear audio reproduction
  • Comfortable and secure in-ear fitting
  • Inline microphone and controls
  • 10mm audio drivers
  • Noise isolation
  • Compatible with iOS devices
  • 2 year warranty

Cons:

  • Pricey gaming earbuds
  • Not wireless or true wireless

4. Shure SE215-K Sound Isolating Earphones

To end this list of the best gaming earbuds to buy in 2020, we’re going to leave you with one of the most durable gaming earbuds you can find, that is by Shure. The SE215-K earphones feature a very durable build, and come with multiple ear tips so you find the right seal, in order for the Shure earphones to be noise isolating. The company is famous for creating earphones that are rich and detailed and the Shure SE215-K definitely check all boxes.

While they do lack some excitement when it comes to the treble, the warm bass and detailed instrumental audio quality cannot be missed. If you enjoy a punchy bass for your game play experience then you will find them the perfect complement to those long intensive gaming night sessions.

Also, you can be rest assured that the cable won’t break, as it is durable and reinforced to avoid any tears or rips. Plus you can remove it for a wireless experience, as the SE215-K gaming earbuds have Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity cable as well – but you’ll have to buy it. The over the ear design makes sure that the earbuds remain in place, no matter how long you use them. Plus the noise isolating feature makes sure to block out up to 37 decibels of background noise, no matter where you are.   However, these don’t look expensive and if you like premium quality gaming earbuds then these might not be for you.

Pros:

  • Noise isolation and secure fit
  • Deep bass with a detailed sound quality
  • Durable build and reinforced cable
  • Many colour options
  • Different ear sleeve options

Cons:

  • Design doesn’t look premium

And that is a wrap!

If you’re looking for more gaming headphones or headset option then check out the best open back gaming headphones by clicking here.

Similarly, we also rounded up the best budget gaming headphones for you as well. Do read it as well.

Hope you enjoyed this list. Good luck finding the best gaming earbuds for you.

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