Once you try a wireless gaming headset, you'll never want to go wired again. The same can be said for using a wireless gaming mouse too, actually. There's not a huge penalty to cut the cord, and the gains are pretty massive as you get the same features as a wired headset without having to worry about that pesky cable getting caught on something on your desk, or (heaven forbid) having it touch either of your hands while gaming. This is simply not acceptable, so get rid of the cable for good.Of course, we'd be remiss if we didn't point out that there are some downsides to wireless freedom, namely the extra expense and the fact that you have to charge them regularly. These are small sacrifices though, since wireless headsets aren't that expensive compared to their wired counterparts, and you usually only need to charge them once a week depending on how much you're using them. That's a relatively modest burden in exchange for your freedom, don't you think?With all that said, we've reviewed quite a mix of wireless gaming headsets recently, and based on our reviews we have singled out some of the very best, just for you.TL;DR \u2013 These are the Best Wireless Gaming Headsets1. SteelSeries Arctis 7Best Wireless Gaming HeadsetsOur PickSteelSeries Arctis 7On AmazonSee itSteelSeries did everything right with the Arctis 7 (read our review). It's both awesome-sounding and highly customizable, making it the most well-rounded wireless gaming headset we've tested. First, there's the "ski goggle" headband, which is not only super comfortable but swappable too, as SteelSeries offers a bunch of different colors and designs, including a leather head strap if you want to go full hipster. Next, the AirWeave ear cushions are as comfy as a down jacket, but if you prefer a different texture you can swap them out for velour pads for just $15.Another surprising and welcome feature is the fact that they're wireless for use with your PC, but an included 3.5mm cable lets you plug it into your phone, tablet, or laptop too. The flexible microphone is also excellent and retracts into the left earcup when not in use, and in addition to all of these righteous features they also sound fantastic, and also offer DTS HeadphoneX 7.1 surround sound (PC only). They're basically as close to perfect as anything we've seen in a headset.2. Corsair HS70Best Budget Wireless Gaming HeadsetOur PickCorsair HS70On AmazonSee itThe Corsair HS70 (read our review) is proof that wireless gaming headsets don't have to cost a fortune. Priced at only $70, it's a fantastic set of tether-free cans fitted with big drivers and support for 7.1 surround sound.The Corsair HS70 is also one of the plushiest feeling headsets thanks to its memory foam earpads and headband. Between this gaming headset's removable microphone and reserved styling, the Corsair HS70 doesn't stick out much as a gaming headset, so you could also use it as a regular pair of headphones out in the wild.3. Audeze MobiusBest Wireless Gaming Headset for PCOur PickAudeze MobiusOn AmazonSee itIf you can afford them, the Audeze Mobius (read our review) is the best (mostly) wireless gaming headphones we\u2019ve used. Don\u2019t fret though, because the $400 price tag is mated to a phenomenal pair of cans. When connected with a gaming PC, this gaming headset really comes to life, giving you phenomenal 3D surround sound that changes subtly as you turn your head.The Mobius offers some of the best sound of any gaming headset available today, and thanks to the sheer number of connectivity options they\u2019re incredibly versatile too. Maybe best of all, their understated design makes it easy to wear outside of your living room.4. LucidSound LS41Best PS4 Wireless Gaming HeadsetOur PickLucidSound LS41On AmazonSee itIf you\u2019re looking for a solid wireless PlayStation 4 headset, the LS41 is hard to beat (read our review). Good battery life, DTS Headphone: X support and easy setup make the cans an even more attractive package, and compared to other options on this list they won\u2019t break the bank either.5. Turtle Beach Stealth 600Best Xbox One Gaming HeadsetOur PickTurtle Beach Stealth 600On AmazonSee itThe Turtle Beach Stealth 600 is one of the few wireless gaming headsets that can connect to the Xbox One without a dongle or anything just like an Xbox One controller. This is because it utilizes Microsoft's proprietary wireless technology, which also allows it to easily connect to a PC if you already own a Microsoft Xbox One Wireless Adapter for Windows.Aside from being one of the easiest wireless gaming headsets to use with the Xbox One, it supports both Windows Sonic and Dolby Atmos for Headphones for an immersive surround sound experience. And the bass on this set of cans isn't half bad either.6. SteelSeries Arctis 9XWireless and Bluetooth at the Same TimeOur PickSteelSeries Arctis 9XOn AmazonSee itThe SteelSeries Arctis 9X (read our review) is another wireless gaming headset that features Xbox Wireless connectivity, but it also adds Bluetooth to the mix. With this second connectivity option, users can listen to a second device (i.e. a smartphone, tablet, or laptop) while still hearing all the sounds of your game at the same time. It's a nice feature to have, especially if you always want to have a personal soundtrack playing while you game.This gaming headset also features the same Airweave and ski goggle-inspired headband as our top pick, so the SteelSeries Arctis 9X is absolutely comfortable. In terms of sound quality, the SteelSeries Arctis 9X offers high-quality audio that sounds crisp and you may even hear things you couldn't spot before. The bass might be a little overbearing to some, but the equalizer is really flexible so you can tune this headset to the way you like it.7. LucidSound LS35XSeamless Wireless Gaming AudioOur PickLucidSound LS35XOn AmazonSee itDo your Xbox One exploits demand wireless chat and headphones? Then look no further than the LucidSound LS35X (read our review). This headset is among the few that offers Xbox Wireless connectivity, so you\u2019ll never have to worry about a tether getting in between you and the circle in Fortnite or Apex Legends. They look cool and are extremely capable in the audio department as well, and also work wirelessly with a Windows PC.8. HyperX Cloud FlightBattery Life that Keeps Going and Going and...Our PickHyperX Cloud FlightOn AmazonSee itHyperX has long been associated with comfortable, quality gaming headsets, but it never could bring itself to cut the cord. That changed with the introduction of the HyperX Cloud Flight (read our review), its first foray into the world of wireless headsets. And what an entrance: this headset is excellent. It works wirelessly with PC and PS4 and you can plug it into Xbox One, Switch, or your phone with the included audio cable. The Cloud Flight is extremely comfortable and has just the right amount of weight to it.9. Logitech G935All the FeaturesOur PickLogitech G935On AmazonSee itLogitech has updated its flagship G933 wireless, cross-platform gaming headset, and it's pretty amazing. Instead of taking the easy route and just adding more bass to the mix like some companies seem to do, Logitech added bigger drivers, redesigned the speaker assembly, and carefully tuned the output to make it extraordinarily even.Nothing is muddled, and everything sounds crisp, as it should. The company also added the newest DTS Headphone: X 2.0 technology, and it far surpasses the previous version in providing spacial awareness. It did all this while still delivering a fairly affordable headset too, as it sounds better than headsets that cost much more than its $169.99 price tag.10. Razer Nari UltimateHaptic Sound EffectsOur PickRazer Nari UltimateOn AmazonSee itThe Razer Nari Ultimate (read our review) surprised us not only with its smart industrial design, but for just how well it implemented its headlining feature. The onboard haptics are the closest we\u2019ve come to simulating a subwoofer on our skull than we\u2019ve ever encountered before either. They\u2019re great for games and movies, and if you need a killer way to wirelessly listen to Spotify around the house, they can handle that too.Josh Norem is IGN Executive Editor for Tech. When he's not upgrading his PC he's trying to get his foster kittens adopted.