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This week, I attempted to get my head around wireless headsets by testing two of the best business models on the market: the H800MB from Logitech and the 660 UC MS from Sennheiser. Ostensibly designed for office use, both headsets are suitable candidates as your primary headset: but which one is best?

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One of the confounding problems with a number of "gaming" headsets is that so many of them look like gaming headsets. Which is fine if you're at home in front of the computer, but if you want to buy a headset that can also be the headphones you listen to out and about, The Arctis 5 from SteelSeries is a great option.

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Whether you're gaming, taking video calls, listening to music or doing all three, a good headset makes a huge difference. There are lots of choices on the market, and this week we're looking at five of the best, based on reader nominations.

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If you're considering an Xbox One, you should know there's no official adaptor to connect existing Xbox 360 (or any other) headsets to it. All isn't lost though. A headset comes with the console, and you can hack it into an adaptor that works with your favourite headset. It's surprisingly easy.

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Whether you work at home and do a lot of video conferencing, or you love multiplayer games and want to hear your teammates as well as the background music and the ambient sounds, you need a good headset that can provide great audio and deliver your voice clearly to the people on the other end of the line. Thankfully, there are plenty of great options that don't sacrifice one for the other. Here's a look at five of the best headsets, based on your nominations.