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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The Sweet Spot in Astro’s lineup

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    DigitalYukio
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    PROs True Wireless Headset. No wires needed for Xbox Chat/mic The Xbox One version also works completely on PS4 (Wireless mic and Game Audio). The battery is rated at about 15 hours on medium volume. Full-sized USB port on the back that you can use to charge your headset or other devices Works with both PC and Macs Useable while charging CONs There’s no wired Audio support. Headphones turns on while charging SOUND This has essentially the same sound signature as every other Astro headset, which is a good thing. It’s a slightly warm, slightly aggressive sound, that seems designed to split the difference between fun and accuracy. Highs are gently reduced from their maximum without a hint of fatigue. Bass is right in that nice middle ground between punchy and rumbly. The mids are present and don’t sound hollow or muddy. It sounds very friendly, impressive, and pleasant…sort of like what I expect out of Bose products. It’s tuned for long gaming sessions, and I think a slightly warm signature is just the right call for that purpose. This pair does not include the Dolby Headphone decoder of the more expensive A40 and A50 units…but you can use software virtual surround solutions like Windows Sonic or Dolby Atmos, and those work great. Astro includes three default EQ presets. The first is called “Astro,” and it actually gently elevates the highs and upper mids without touching the bass. Even with this EQ turned on, the headset presents a nice, generally warmer-than-flat sound signature that I could listen to all day. The second mode is called “Pro”. It adds a somewhat aggressive hump in the bass and boosts the upper-mid footsteps region. I don’t really like the way this sounds at all, particularly for music. However. It’s probably designed for gaming tournament scenarios. The extra hump in the bass helps further block out outside noise, and the boost in the upper mids helps bring out footsteps and game chat. So I get why this preset exists. The third preset is called “Studio”, and I think it’s trying to mimmic the slightly “W-shaped” sound of something like the M50X. I enjoyed the sound of this one just fine. It’s nicely detailed, and more aggressively punchy in the bass than the default setting. It has slightly boosted highs too, that have just a touch more detail and “tizziness” to them, but still don’t sound fatiguing. Of course, with a computer, you could delete all these if you’d like. If you hook up the A20 to a Mac or a PC, you can download the Astro Command Center and fully reprogram each of these EQ presets to your heart’s content. You can also tweak the mic settings a bit. This is just simply a nice-sounding headset. The highs are present but not too aggressive. And the bass should satisfy all but the most obsessive of bassheads. I think the equally-priced RIG 800 sounds a touch more impressive on its default EQ…though that headset has some issues with digital clipping/distortion when your source volume is turned up, which thankfully isn’t a problem on the A20. Astro has always presented a solid, safe, fun sound signature across their lineup, and it’s really nice that the two lower-end offerings retain that. ISOLATION The A20 has an impressive amount of isolation for a cloth ear cup headset. The ear pads seal well against the head, and have a very dense memory foam inside. It won’t block out as much noise as an active pair of headphones, or some of the better leatherette pads on the market…but it’s great for a headset using cloth. COMFORT Astro has once again nailed headphone comfort. The ear pads have larger holes than those on the A10, so you shouldn’t have any huge issues with the pads or the insides touching your ears. The pads are shaped comparably to those on the A40 and A50, with a nice subtle molded shape that helps make up for a slight lack of lateral rotation in the cups. Although the covering is similar in quality to the cloth on the A10, the foam inside the pads is perhaps the nicest Astro has ever used. It’s a squishy memory foam and I really like the way it feels. It molded nicely around my glasses. That Crusher Wireless headband pad serves its purpose well, and offers more direct head support than any other Astro headset. All of those use half-length cloth pads. This pad is made of a soft rubber with a pocket of air behind it, and it feels quite nice on the head and in the hands. It also picks up a ton of dust instantly. The weight and clamping force are just about perfectly balanced, and the result is a headset that’s easily wearable for hours, once you get it adjusted correctly. If you don’t place it just right, the ridges in the headband might cause you minor discomfort, but that’s about all I could see being a comfort issue. Astro can stand proudly alongside HyperX as a headset company that actually cares about user comfort. What a concept! :) MICROPHONE I never expect wireless mics to be amazing, especially on gaming headsets. There’s not a lot of bandwidth to spare in the design of these products, and often the mic audio gets short shrift. No such issues exist on the A20. Like the A10, it has an exceptional microphone. The tone is natural, with nice resonance in the voice. It has decent background noise cancellation. There’s a tiny amount of barely noticeable compression, but honestly I’ll take it. This is perhaps the best-performing wireless mic that’s not on a Razer product. You can use the Astro Command Center software to pick from different noise gates, and adjust the amount of side tone as well. This directly copies the features of the more expensive Astro headsets, which is wonderful. FEATURES/EXTRAS/WIRELESS PERFORMANCE Inside the box, you get a wireless transmitter, the headset, a 1 meter USB cable, a half-meter USB cable, and a 1 meter optical cable. The wireless transmitter is nice! It has just enough weight to it that it doesn’t feel hollow, and it has rubber feet so it won’t slide around on your desk. I bought the Xbox version, so it has a toggle on the back between Xbox and PC modes. In Xbox mode, the USB connection basically fools an Xbox One into thinking a controller is connected, and you can pump all the chat audio to your headset that way. Regular game audio comes in over the optical connection, and you can balance these levels with buttons around the volume wheel on the headset. In PC mode, you can get audio to the transmitter either through USB or optical…but you’ll need to use USB if you want to use the mic or the Astro command center. The headset will also work with a PS4 in PC mode, if you connect up both the optical and usb cables, thanks to the PS4 supporting most generic PC USB headsets. So if you need compatibility with all three platforms, the Xbox headset is the one to get! The white light on the transmitter turns green when you switch to Xbox mode. There are also some Call of Duty branded versions that sell for 10 bucks more and come in different colors…and for your troubles/extra cash, you get a code to redeem for microtransaction bucks inside for Call of Duty: WWII video game. Yay? Highly recommended for gamers on a budget that want a solid mic, a slightly warm sound, and good comfort! FINAL THOUGHTS Astro has basically produced an A50, but taken out the magnetic removable ear pads and the Dolby Headphone decoder…and then lopped over $150 off the price. That’s an astounding deal if you’re looking for a headset and you’ve decided that Astro is your brand of choice. The RIG 800HX offers a free Dolby Atmos code in the box right now, and slightly better battery life. However, it will have some issues with digital clipping if you don’t turn your source volume down, and it doesn’t isolate nearly as well as the A20. It also doesn’t have as nice of a microphone. This hands down beats anything Logitech has out right now. In short, the A20 is a totally good and fine wireless headset with exactly the feature set I’d expect at this price point, and sound that mirrors its more expensive cousins. In fact, if you’re good with stereo or one of the software virtual surround modes Microsoft has recently introduced…there’s almost no practical reason to select the A40 or A50 over the A10 or A20. Sure, the more expensive headsets do offer interchangeable ear pads. But that’s kind of the one leg they have left to stand on, direct comparison-wise. I still love the more premium A40…but these cheaper models are perfect for most consumers who want the same sound and feature set, as long as you don’t want to change out your pads all the time. Highly recommended for gamers on a budget that wants a solid mic, a slightly warm sound, and good comfort!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Headset

    Posted
    Richw23
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    The pros outweigh the cons big in this truly 100% wireless headset. With the help of the new windows sonic for headphones which is free on Xbox one. This gives you a surround sound audio of virtual 7.1 surround sound. If you prefer a more spacial sound you can pay for the dolby atmos for headphones on xbox which is just a couple notches above windows sonic but well worth the $12. This headset is pretty great. I play Ghost Recon and COD and i must say these things give you incredible sound and can be tailored (pc needed). With your pc u can adjust the sound to your liking or just import other players sound setting for fps’s or rpg’s or whatever your into. I have tinkered with mine on my own as well as well as imported other setting from other players. It has quality sound, a great mic (friends say i am very clear) and is just a touch above (in my opinion) the turtle beach stealth 700 that came out in the same time frame. I have both, i would recommend these over the TB 700 but if you are looking for easiest set up with just an app to make small changes to your listening then i would go with the TB 700. If you are serious about gaming and want a great mic and the ability to modify the sounds to what more important to you like footsteps preset, an rpg preset and may just an arcade style preset, you can do that. The astro feels a bit more solid that the TB 700 and is pretty comfy. Neither one weighs a lot so extended sessions are not and issue and i have not run out of battery on either one. Bottom line is if you want customization for different games or play styles, go with the astro a20. This is a solid headset and offers great sound and mic and imo is better than the competition in this price range of $150.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Never ending issues.

    Posted
    Unkn0wnGrunt

    For a $150, mid-level headset, this headset delivers on sound quality and comfort. What REALLY SUCKS about this headset, however, is that it CONSTANTLY has to be reset, losing mic functionality with every other self-mute or reconnect upon walking out of the room and back into it. It took me forever to realize the quickest fix was switching it to PC mode and back to xbox mode (turning it on and off a bunch works too, thats fun mid-game). Around 75% of the times I turn on my xbox, the headset fails to properly connect (even when plugged in!) so jimmying the connection adds a minute to start up every time (annoying when hopping on for 1 quick match). On top of it all, the on/off button and all other control buttons seem to work only when they want to. 3 months of every day use and I still don't know whether holding the on button or simply tapping it is what actually works (it seems random every time). The thing is actually so tough to turn on sometimes, that I am currently convinced my headset is entirely broken--I can't get it to turn on at all. I purchased in March 2018, and this is the last straw leading me to feel the need to leave this review. Thankfully I know headsets always break (the xbox studio ones have never lasted more than 4 months for me despite gentle care, i've tried 3 pairs), so I got the warranty. I can totally see why with a single use, this headset may be reviewed very highly, but prolonged experience with this device is a NIGHTMARE.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great headset minus a few issues

    Posted
    Nightshade1127
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    I am enjoying the A20 headset after about 10 hours into use. My background is I have audiophile grade and gaming headsets. This headset is closest to my Astro A50's (gen one) that is why I upgraded for easier connection to Xbox one X. Below are my Pros and Cons with this headset. Pros: Comfortable-the headset does not look comfy, but it is. The headset is semi open back with a small bit of passive noise cancelation. The earpads go over my big ears so I'm happy. Great Sound-Use the ACC to put some good eqs on here and it shines. You can use simulated surround on xb1 with Windows Sonic or use Dolby Atmos. Also learn to balance game and chat on the headset or you will have issues. Battery-8 hours straight and it's still going, hoping I get close to 15 hours. Cons:low volume-not happy with this as this headset only supplies 40mm drivers and it would appear Astro tuned the volume down to increase battery life. At max volume its fine, but it's nice to go up a notch like my A50s. Just be aware if this is a big deal to you. Microphone-it was super tough to adjust the mic to a good level and noise gate. I have multiple consoles and use a optical passthrough, I got it to work but absolutely requires ACC to tweak. Requires Update out of box-if you are reading these, as soon you get these tether to your pc and update firmware. That will fix your issues and also a hard restart will fix most anything else that happens Overall, this is a great headset if you can get it for 99 bucks like I paid. Any more and I would require higher volume levels for sure. Hopefully after break in the volume is a small bit louder.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    It’s good but not the best

    Posted
    Javi
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    Let me say that I’ve had these since 2018 Black Friday so I have an experience with them first let’s start with some pros and cons Pros: they have good sound -they fit comfortably (I kinda have a big head and feel great) -wireless -they have a flip to mute mic for quick muting -they have mic montering (don’t know if you can turn it off check via the Astro command center) -3 presets you can edit if you please Cons: mic is kinda bad l, my friends tell me it’s not so good but is ok I also heard it and it’s true -being wireless it needs a transmitter and I have the og Xbox one and it was a hassle but got used to it -they cut out every now and then -(might not be for all) they are not noise cancelling -they don’t really have bass (I’m not an expert so take it with a grain of salt) you can’t really feel it -when walking in my apartment just down the hallway with a wall in between they kinda cut out but other times it didn’t -the plastic on it kinda creaks and they are a little heavy Overall: if you want a headset with good bass don’t get these but if you’re looking for a decent 150$ headset (sale 110-130$) don’t care about bass then get these now with many cons those are a little minor so yeah decent pair of headset.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Quality Headset for $150

    Posted
    MNGamer

    The Astro A20 Wireless Xbox Headset is a fantastic choice. Amazing sound, a flexible microphone boom that can be moved out of the way, comfortable to wear, sturdy construction and all while remaining under $200. Setup is simple and easy. Once setup, you can use the headset between your Mac, PC, or Xbox. The only thing that I don't like is that the headset does not cancel out all other external sound. While this may not matter to some people, those who want the experience of complete immersion, external sound is a problem. That being said external sounds are dampened and muffled quite considerably. The Astro A20 delivers great sound, you will hear sounds as if they are in front of you, behind you, to the either side, above you, below you, and any combination. The A20 headset is made of durable plastic, comfortably padded over-ear speakers and a rubber headband. The one thing I do not like about the headband is the headphone stand cut out. The cutout makes for a weird feel on your head. One of the best features of the A20 is the lag free wireless connection. There is virtually no lag between game audio and the audio being transmitted through the headset. If you're looking for a quality headset that delivers amazing sound for less than $200 you can't go wrong with the Astro A20 Wireless Xbox Headset.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Sound was pretty good but microphone was horrible

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    Zach
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    With wireless mics you always expect the microphone to be pretty bad, I've tried a few different mics and the best I've found were the TurtleBeach stealth 700 mic, the only bad thing with that is that your voice was always low for other people. So every wireless has issues but wow, It was so muffled that it sounded like I wrapped it in a fur coat. Everyone was complaining about it, it just sounded so unaturally. The headset sound through the ears were pretty good compared to every other mic I had. I had seen a lot of bad reviews about every kind of Astro lately, strangely it is only xbox that it affects and from what I understand they have chosen to ignore the issue and play dumb even with the forums and reddit exploding on the same issues. So that's not very good. I have upgraded to an A50 3rd Gen to give that a shot, seems to work better than the other models but still has that muffled sound to an extent. I only recommend for the sound quality, I do not recommend for the microphone if you need to communicate affectively at every turn

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great wireless headset

    Posted
    RoyalSuit21
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    So I originally purchase the RIG 800-LX headphone and did not like the sound quality at all, even with the Dolby Atmos feature. I returned them and purchased the Astro A20's instead. I originally had the Astro A10's which is basically a wired version of these to an extent. The range on these are great, I'm able to walk around my apartment with little to no loss of connection. There are 3 preset EQ features, but my suggestion is to download the software on your computer to get into the sound board and turn up all sound levels to get the maximum amount of sound needed for those games that require you to pay close attention to sounds. The muting function is nice being able to just flip up the mic. All in all, great wireless headset for the price. Only owned for less than a week now and will most likely update my review if I notice any lack of quality over time. Right now, 5/5!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best headset for the price

    Posted
    Sickripper5
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    I returned my AG9’s 2 times because of many issues. I decided to try out a pair of Astros. I read all the reviews on here and amazon. They were very mixed. It was hard to determine if some of the lower reviews posted had people that were entirely too tech savvy and had elevated expectations or these headphones were just not very good. Anyway they were on sale so I decided to buy them and try if I didn’t like them I would simply return them. They are not plug and play but updating the firmware is very simply and set depending on what your playing on is different for each but it’s not hard to figure out. My son and I love them. For the price the sound is very good and clear. Spatial recognition where are players are is a spot on and the battery lasts a long time. It’s worth the money my daughter uses the turtle beach 600 stealth and the sound is not nearly as good.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Easy Setup, Great Quality, But Careful Laying Down

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    TBlock
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    Set up is a breeze no matter what device the headphones are connecting or switching between. Great sound quality, comfortable fit, and clear audio quality. Rarely, these headphones may not interface with the intended device but simply turning the headset off and on again solves the problem. I have found the range to extend about 40 feet through walls and doors. 4 out of 5 stars due to the following items. The only way to mute the headset from the headset itself is by raising the microphone to utilize the "flip up to mute" which in the end is not the most convenient action as you have to reset the microphone to speak and the process of flipping up the microphone makes a distinct noise that almost indicates you have muted yourself. Also the volume control is located on the back of the right ear cover, if you lay down or are sitting against the back of a chair/sofa the volume control wheel is likely to be disturbed. Overall 90/100 but since I cannot use 4.5 stars, 4 it is.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Too Quiet

    Posted
    Neffasaurus
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    I can barely tell that the bass is decent because these things are set to volume 100 and sound is barely leaking out. I downloaded the Astro software, but that's just an equalizer I guess. I've spent too much time trying to mess with settings in the Astro software and Windows for first-time setup already, without a resolution so far. Going to try to get a hold of customer service or YouTube first to see if they have any fixes, but I feel like I should just be able to plug and play rather than mess around. These are comfortable and light, and I otherwise would like them if they functioned properly. I don't know how people wear these to places with a lot of noise, though. I should have gotten some Krakens or something.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Do not get this headset.

    Posted
    Flufflyguy122
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    So I am on my second hesdset from astro after ny first headset was causing my controller to randomly disconnect from the xbox. After extensive testing and now I have a new xbox the issue is still persisting with rhe headset as long as the transmittter box is connected. I dont even have to be using the headset for it to cause issues. This makes playing games almost impossible. I am currently awaiting a response from astro gaming on this issue and have requested a refund as seeing this is now the second headset I have gotten after getting the first one replaced and the issue persisting across multiple consoles/controllers.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I was surprised

    Posted
    Arsalan
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    I was looking for a good headset and mic to work with my xbox one x. I have been spoiled when it comes to sound quality because I use Bose QC 3, have a 5.1 surround system at home that I configured myself and didn’t know what to expect when I was buying. I was really thinking of buying another headset as this store demo for the Astro a20 was not working, so it was truly a gamble. I ordered another headset from another vendor but it would reach me in 3 days. After comparing this with turtle-beach stealth 700 when I got that, on sound quality, quality of mic and comfort I chose this headset over turtle-beach and returned the turtle beach. These are good headsets for you if you like the three aspects that I listed above and you will not feel bad after buying them. Happy shopping!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Gaming Headset

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    MBP32
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    My wife bought this for me as a gift and I love it. The sound is perfect enough to zone everyone out. LOL. It has 3 preset options that you can choose for audio. The balance between the game audio and chat audio is great. You can adjust how loud you want the chat audio to be or vice versa. The wireless feature is a must have. No more getting stuck on wires while you play. The comfort of having these on your head is pretty good. Its cushioned for comfort. The Mic performance is good. You can actually mute and unmute your mic by flipping it up/down. Overall great audio quality and comfort. What’s not so great is the customization. Would’ve loved to see more customization.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    excellent headset as with there other model

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    ariurban
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    Originally bought the PS4 version (same manufacturer and model), and my son loved it. Now he has a X-Box and decided to get the same version but for X-Box. Nearly identical in all ways. Sound is very customizable but easy to use for even young kids. The cloth type material that surrounds your ears is very, very comfortable, unlike other materials used in other headsets, but that is my opinion. Overall, he is very happy, and notices no difference between both version headsets, besides cosmetic appearance ( the X-Box version is the Call of Duty version, only version they had). Definitely recommend this manufacturer and model type headset for any gamer with a mid budget set in mind.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Average Headphone

    Posted
    Trilok
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    At first when I tried this in store, I felt it very comfortable and the quality was also not that bad. Used it 2 days and i was really disappointed with it. The build quality felt cheap. I could hear the headphone squeak while turning around. The sound quality no so great. Really disappoints in, in-game experience. There's lot other headphones that does great job then this. Pros: 1. The Receiver is good and you get really great signal even through the walls. 2. You get Optic cable included with the device. 3. Mic Quality is good Cons: 1. Build feel cheap 2. Can hear it squeak when you turn your head around 3. Sound quality below average.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Love the wireless aspect, has some cons

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    ZOxSe7eN
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    I bought this headset in December 2017 and have been using it for 3 months. Overall I really like it. I can set my controller down, walk in to my kitchen to grab a drink and still hear what's going on in the game/party. Astro has been making headsets for a long time, I purchased these because I had two other headsets stop working and wanted a trusted brand. Pros: Wireless, built-in rechargeable battery, charges via USB, can be used on a PC as well, can fine tune audio using software on your PC Cons: The audio does drop occasionally, all controls are located on the headset and you can't see them without taking headset off, headset is a bit bulky

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Comfy but substandard

    Posted
    Notd33zy
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    These Astro A20s are extremely comfy and the concept of them seems great however the overall funcionality of them has flaws. First the volume control is in a rather inconvenient place as far as where its located. It can easily be moved to lower the volume with your movements. You pick up a lot of white noise or light static when turning the volume high. Forbsome reason they also dont always connect or register. Last but most importantly they wont turn on and i have no LED light even with plugging in so they’re not “dead”. Cant turn them on and its been just over 2 weeks since purchase. But back to my first statement their actually real comfy lol.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Cheapest wireless headset worth your $

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    Eddievantonio
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    I’ve put a lot of researching and planning before i purchased these headphones. I’ve used other brands such as turthbeach and i have to admit that these knock turtle beaches out the park. These A20 had little to no lag and did not lose feed or cut off at all after a lengthy game. The structure may seem a lot less cheap than the turtle beach brand but they are a lot more comfortable than my x420 turtle beaches. (Which tend to strain my ears after a while) So if your into sound quality and comfort , go with these babies. They do not disappoint.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome all around headset

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    SailorYing
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    My buddy and I both picked up these Astro A20’s after hearing lots of hype about astros and wanting a wireless headset. In game this headset makes such a difference. I clean head directional footsteps and gunfire which improves my gameplay. The fact that they’re wireless allows me to leave my controller and get up to refill my drink or what not without carrying my controller or ripping my headset off. The mic on this is also such a step up. My only complaint about this headset is that I had to pay $10.00 more for it because all they had was the special call of duty edition. Not the regular green set.

    I would recommend this to a friend