EPOS was always going to have the monumental task of proving itself after its split from Sennheiser, but the EPOS H3 headset’s superb microphone proved the brand had the audio chops to hold its own with in-house products. Continuing its winning streak is the EPOS B20: its first dedicated plug-and-play USB microphone that puts up a fight against competition from Blue, Razer, and Elgato – provided you’re willing to pay the premium price.
At $199 / £179, you wouldn’t call it a budget microphone, instead coming close to the price of the $199 / £199 Razer Seiren Elite, and costing more than both the $169 / £159 Blue Yeti X and the $159 / £159 Elgato Wave:3.
It has the look and build quality you’d expect from a mic this expensive, with a sleek all-black aluminium design and a ringed stand that doesn’t wobble when placed on the best gaming desk. It’s not as flashy as the Razer Seiren Emote or the HyperX QuadCast S, but its understated appearance helps keep all eyes on you.
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