PDP has added to its roster of gaming headsets with a new family dubbed LVL50 (See it on Amazon). It comes in four designs, with both wired and wireless variants for either PS4 or Xbox One, and all versions work with PC as well, but are otherwise platform-specific. At just $80 for the wireless versions it’s one of the most affordable wireless gaming headsets around. Turtle Beach is a close competitor with the $79 Stealth 450. Meanwhile, the best wireless gaming headsets and those from more established brands typically cost considerably more. For example, the SteelSeries Arctis 7 costs $149, the HyperX Cloud Flight costs $159, and the Logitech G533 costs $149. Since it’s so affordable, the question is what trade-offs did PDP have to make to keep the price so low?