"For years, Audeze has been offering audiophile sound to hardcore gamers with their gaming headsets. Penrose is Audeze's most affordable headset, jam packed with many features." Read More
"For $300, the Audeze Penrose
is on the higher end for gaming headphones, even for those that come with mix amp functionality and multiple wireless connectivity options. Here’s the thing though, you won’t find a better-sounding pair of gaming headphones. We’ve tested dozens, and the Penrose is head and shoulders above the competition."
"The Audeze Penrose X is the best premium wireless headset we've tested yet, with planar magnetic drivers that allow for excellent sound quality at the expense of bulk. The Penrose is defined by excellent clarity and separation, making it easy to pick out details even in chaotic soundscapes, with a slightly warm sound overall. Combined with a good low latency audio connection via a 2.4GHz wireless dongle and a good microphone, and you get one of the best-sounding headsets for Series X. The headset also offers Bluetooth and 3.5mm connectivity, allowing use with a wide range of other devices." Read More
Welcome to IGN's Budget to Best series! We're dropping recommendations on some of the best Xbox Series X & S headsets you can get your hands on, regardless what your budget is. If you've already had your eyes on the official Xbox Wireless Headset, here are three other options you can take a look at. In this episode, we check out the SteelSeries 1, the SteelSeries 7X, and the Audeze Penrose X. No matter which headset recommendation you choose, each of these will maximize your in-game audio and give you the best experience for your budget. Whether it be spatial audio, a great mic, or simply something that'd feel comfortable on your head without sacrificing function, we're here to make sure you find what you're looking for. Read More
"The overall winner here is the Audeze penrose X due to sound quality and overall versatility."
Audeze only narrowly avoided offering an app for a single gaming headset this year, when it released the much delayed Penrose (look for our review in the new year). Audeze HQ
now offers settings for two gaming headsets, the Audeze Mobius
and Audeze Penrose.