JBL excited audiophiles in January when it announced it was entering the fight for the best gaming headset crown with seven wired and wireless options. The flagship JBL Quantum One (optimized for PC, but also supports Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and smartphones) follows the ‘in for a pound’ mantra by offering spatial or 3D audio, three connectivity options and RGB lighting controllable by software that’s ready to compete with those of the most established gaming peripheral brands.
But despite a whopping $300 price when it hits retailers on April13, the Quantum One doesn’t quite make a quantum leap in gaming performance that JBL’s QuantumSphere 360 3D audio head tracking tech promises. Still, a bevy of features means the Quantum One still has a lot to offer.
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