A PS4 headset is arguably the best-looking gaming headset on the planet, but what about the standalone version?
That’s a different question entirely.
There are two separate standalone options available right now: the PS4 Pro and the PS Vita Pro.
The PS4Pro is a smaller headset with a larger sensor, but it comes with the same controller, and it also offers the same 1080p and 4K resolution as the PS3 Pro.
Its built-in sensor is the same as the original PS3, but the sensor has been upgraded to 4K.
The PlayStation Vita Pro has a slightly different design, but that design is identical to the PS2 Pro.
Both PS4 headsets come with a USB Type-C port, but if you want a more robust cable, there’s also an included cable that works with any USB Type C port.
The headset itself, however, is very different from the PS1 and PS2 models.
While the PS5 and PS6 versions have similar buttons and controls, the PS7 and PS8 models have different earpieces and microphones, and they have different displays.
The latest PS5 Pro, PS6 Pro, and PS7 Pro are the most expensive headsets available right this moment, and even if you’re buying a PS5 or PS7, you’re probably already spending more than you’d expect to spend on a single headset.
If you want to make the most of the PS8 Pro’s improved image quality, the headset is worth the extra money, especially when you consider how much you could save by upgrading to a standalone model.