Jeecoo G80 Wireless Gaming Headset – 7.1 Surround Sound, Detachable Noise Canceling Mic, Low Latency 2.4G Wireless Gaming Headphones, Shining RGB -…

(7 customer reviews)


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  • 2.4GHz Wireless Headset – enjoy the steady connection and low-latency superb audio. These gaming headphones support 33ft/10meter distance of wireless communication. Plug in USB transmitter, power on headset, and start your complete-freedom gaming session.
  • 7.1 Surround Spatial Audio – features two gaming-grade 50mm dynamic drivers to deliver greater details. Built-in soundcard supports to switch spatial audio to hear subtle and precise positional sound from wider, deeper sound stage, and gain an immersive gaming experience.
  • Removable Noise Canceling Microphone- upgraded cardioid mic reduces background and ambient noises for clear communication. You can absolutely use it for speaking on gaming, on webinar, video calling and etc.
  • Shifting RGB Lighting – with various-color lights changing and flowing in wireless gaming headphones, you will feel more excited and alive, to boost the mood and improve the performance in gaming.
  • Comfortable to Wear All Day – earmuff and headband filled with soft and dense foam padding to isolate the external noise; adjustable structure makes the ps5 headset wireless fit your head snugly.
  • Extended Battery Life – the built-in 3.7Wh capacity is sufficient to provide 12 hours of uninterrupted usage & enjoyment. It takes 3~4 hours to have it fully charged.
  • Easy to Control – all keys on the left earcup, you can find it easy to click or hold for different function including power on/off the headset, adjust the volume, mute the Mic, switch 7.1 spatial audio, turn on/off RGB lighting.
  • Wired Mode as Alternative – when you run out of battery, or use with xbox one controller and other mobile devices (with 3.5mm headphone jack), just connect the audio cable between headset and your device, and it works flawless too.
Product Dimensions

6.3 x 3.54 x 7.28 inches

Item Weight

1.12 pounds

Item model number



1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

June 22, 2022


Shenzhen Jeecoo Fashion Technology Co., Ltd.

7 reviews for Jeecoo G80 Wireless Gaming Headset – 7.1 Surround Sound, Detachable Noise Canceling Mic, Low Latency 2.4G Wireless Gaming Headphones, Shining RGB -…

  1. Ryan Stefan

    Very happy with my first ever gaming headset. I’m a casual gamer who plays single player PS4 games. Recently I started playing RE7 and I wanted headphones that would be more immersive than my speaker system. Connection and setup with the PS4 was a breeze.

    The headset feels quite rigid at first, but once you put it on it’s quite comfortable and I barely notice it’s there. It’s very lightweight and easy to wear for hours, even with my eyeglasses. The controls are easy to adjust without looking, just by feel, thanks to the tactile buttons (much better than touch controls). USB-C charging is quick.

    I’m not using the fancier features like the coloured LEDs or the 7.1 audio (the games I play have their own surround sound settings for headphones). But the LEDs look good on camera if you’re streaming. If there’s one criticism I have, it’s that the L and R earcup designations are written in a strange fancy script font which makes them difficult to read.

  2. LisaLotta

    Alle Headsets mit abnehmbaren Mikrophon von anderen Herstellern sind, nach Abzug des Mikrofons stumm.

    Dieses Headset nimmt munter alles weiter auf bzw überträgt es weiterhin. Wasserspülungen, Telefongespräche und und und….

    Warum stellt man dann ein Headset her mit abnehmbarem Mikrophon her, wenn es dennoch weiter überträgt und/oder aufnimmt? Völlig unverständlich für mich und ist mir bisher noch nicht untergekommen.

    Wer sich dieses Headset kauft sollte darüber im Klaren sein, das er nach dem Abziehen des Mikrofon auch das gesamte Headset stumm schalten muss. Ansonsten wird es nämlich peinlich.

  3. Jimbo Suson

    So, my first impression when I open the box was whoa this is kind of huge. And then when I started feeling the pads around, I felt like this could be extremely comfortable.
    Alright, now let’s talk about the physical aspect of this wireless gaming headset. The strap is wide enough to make it feel that you are wearing a headset. I believe much of it is padding and the strap that holds the earcups is relatively thin. Meaning it is comfortable around your head.
    The earcups themselves are quite comfortable as well. I like this style specifically because it is over-ear. It covers my entire ears. On the outside of both earcups, you will see the Jeecoo logo. The nice thing here is both sides have an LCD light in them. The not-so-nice thing is you can’t control them. You can only turn it off but short pressing the on/off button. I don’t think it’s a deal breaker though.
    Once you pass that, you will notice that all the buttons and attachments are located on the left earcup on the backside. The right earcup has no buttons whatsoever. This makes it easier as you know that all the controls are on the left earcup. It makes it easier to remember. I think that is a good design.
    Talking about buttons and controls, let’s look at them. The 4 buttons that you see here control a specific function. From the top, you’ll see that power on and off button which also doubles as the LCD light switch. Then the volume up button and the mute button. The mute button doubles the switch for 7.1 surround. And lastly the volume down button. I like the positioning of these buttons as it makes it easier to memorize which button is which.
    Then if you go further down, you will see that USB-C port. This is used for charging the headset. The Jeecoo G80 takes about 3 hours to be charged fully. Once full, you can use it for 12 hours with the LED lights on or 24 hours with the LED lights off.
    Moving along you will see an indicator light to let you know when the G80 headset is on, in case the LED lights are off. And lastly, you will see the audio jack when you want that feeling of being wired down.

    Ok, not let’s talk about the microphone bar. It is removable. So, in that sense, you can use this without the mic just as a headphone. It is easy to install but just as easy to make a mistake in installing. Just make sure that the hole on the mic is facing toward your mouth.

    With any headphones, the most important part would be the sound. For gaming headsets, the most important parts would be the sound and the voice.
    So, let’s talk about the audio quality first. I used this headset mainly to play Dota 2 and I can tell you that the audio quality is good. The nuances are clear. When the source of the audio is somewhere on the right, you will know. I can hear my characters moving and the likes. So, it is good.
    I also tried and used G80 headset to watch something on Netflix. I like how the conversation sounded like it was on top of every other audio present. The conversations and dialogues become very clear. I like that.
    But I personally will not use this for music listening. I can’t really hear the dynamics when it comes to music. Plus, it’s quite on the heavy side that will probably bother me after a few hours. Not that it is marketed for listening to music anyway.
    The voice output is quite good. I was talking to my team and asked them about the clarity of my voice, and they all said that it was crystal clear. One even said that his volume is on the lower end, and he can still hear me loud and clear. I also used the mic to dictate the first section of this review and Microsoft word was spot on even with my accent and all.
    I can confirm that you can use this with a laptop and PC. I also tried the Jeecoo G80 on Nintendo Switch and it worked fine. It didn’t work on my TV though and not on my Roku Streambar.
    Installation-wise, it’s literally plug-and-play. No need to fiddle with anything. Plug in the receiver into an extra USB slot. Turn the headset on and done. Even with the Nintendo switch, plug and play. Having a Wi-Fi receiver is better than Bluetooth in this sense. There is no lag whatsoever. Maybe that is because I was less than 2 feet away from my PC. But even with the Nintendo Switch, I was about 5 feet away and there was still no lag. So connectivity-wise, the Jeecoo G80 is solid.
    All in all, if you are looking for a solid gaming headset, the Jeecoo G80 is an excellent choice. It can be used by novice, occasional and even hardcore players. Based on the looks, how it feels, the quality of the build and the quality of the receiver, I think the G80 will last a while on normal use. But only time can tell. Maybe I can update this review in about 6 months. Better yet, I will update this review in 6 months.

  4. Melara

    Also vorweg ich benötige die Kopfhörer nicht nur für den Sound sondern auch für die Kommunikation.

    Die Tonqualität war in Ordnung, nicht überdurchschnittlich Gut aber auch keine absolute Katastrophe. Sind also okay , dafür das sie Kabellos sind absolut in Ordnung (bis hier hin auch empfehlenswert).

    Aber die Leistung des Mikrofons ist ja eine absolute missfunktion. Der am anderem ende der leitung hat keine chance einen zu verstehen. Die Qualität des Mikrofons lässt wirklich stark zu wünschen übrig.

    Nach 3 Tage Testen habe ich sie zurück geschickt da es für mich und meinen Ansprüchen nicht tragbar war.

    Mein Fazit: Wer sie ausschließlich zum hören verwendet kann sich in betracht ziehen sich diese anzuschaffen aber mehr auch nicht.

  5. Thomas F. Roark

    For the most part, this is a decent headset that I recommend for the price. My PROS/CONS list detail out what I liked and didn’t like. As a point of reference, I’m an avid MMO gamer who often has 6-12h gaming sessions with friends on weekends, plus daily gaming sessions that last for 1-2 hours on average. The headset came with everything shown in the photos attached – as well as an instruction booklet I failed to capture in the image. Oops.


    Sound quality is pretty great. The highs are high. The lows are low. Voice comes through clearly and people I chatted with said I did not sound “tinny” or have any echo, so that seems good to me. I didn’t use it to stream a symphonic orchestra or anything, but in-game music often IS symphonic, and it sounded pretty good.

    I have to admit the surround sound was pretty impressive to me. When playing games in an open-world environment, being able to tell the source of the sound was coming from behind me, off to the left or right, etc., was pretty good. Better than I’ve experienced in some more expensive headsets over the years.

    Initial setup was pretty easy with this headset. Any issues/difficulties I had seem like they were based on the Playstation’s OS/software. See the CONS section for feedback there – it’s the only *real* negative from me on this headset.

    For the price, this is a pretty comfortable headset. It is reasonably lightweight and didn’t feel like it was squeezing my skull like many others I’ve used. It’s not the MOST comfortable either, however, but for the price, I can’t really complain. I tend to want to take any headset off after 20-30 minutes, depending on what I’m playing, because my ears feel hot and this one was about the same. I’d say that while it isn’t especially uncomfortable, it’s also not so comfortable I’d likely want to wear it for 8-10 hours for marathon gaming sessions without taking a break either. Maybe that’s a good thing.

    The microphone is detachable. I’m not sure exactly what bonus or benefit this offers aside from the ability to abruptly jerk it out of its socket to avoid others hearing sudden or unexpected sounds – the dog barking, the baby crying, the chainsaw your roommate just decided should be tested in the living room – whatever. But it detaches, so that’s a thing. Again, audio sound quality for the mic seems decent based on feedback frim people I gamed with while using it.

    Another perk, depending on your taste, is that the LED lights on the headset are a shifting RGB. You won’t see it yourself, of course, because you’re wearing it, but anyone else in the room (or on video) can see it. Not a selling feature for me, personally, but a lot of people love that kinda “high tech” look and feel.

    The negatives to this headset are subjective, of course. Personally, I use a headset only when gaming. I tried this one with my PS5 but not with my laptop, so my experience reflects only that of a console gamer. Naturally, your mileage may vary.

    Initial setup was simple. I plugged in the USB adapter and then changed the audio input/output in the Playstation menu. No biggie. What I didn’t like was that with this particular headset I had to do this every time I wanted to use it. With other headsets I’ve used, the Playstation was capable of auto-detecting the headset, then changing the audio input/output based on the menu settings. For example, if I was gaming with a buddy and we were chatting in-game, but then he logged off, with other headsets I have been able to turn off the headset’s power and the Playstation will automatically revert to sound coming through the TV. If my buddy logged back on later and wanted to group-chat, I could flip the headset power on and we’re back in chat with chat audio coming through the headset and my audio input going through the mic. This headset doesn’t seem capable of doing that without going through the Sony menu and re-selecting the input/output devices. Unfortunately, I can’t determine if this is an issue with the Playstation OS which will eventually get updated, or if it’s a limitation on the headset itself. That being said, it isn’t necessarily a big deal, so take it for what its worth.

    The other *potential* drawback with this headset is that the Bluetooth adapter must be plugged into the console so it can relay the signal. That’s pretty standard and not unusual, so I’m not really faulting the headset for it, but unfortunately that means the single USB port on the front of the PS5 (which I typically use to charge the second controller) is constantly in use for the headset. My PS4 had two USB ports, so this would not have been a concern. However, with the PS5 this means when power dies on the controller I have to make the choice between using the headset or swapping to an already-charged controller – the controller I HOPEFULLY already charged before tying up the USB port for the headset. Planning ahead for this is key, so it’s not a deal-breaker or the fault of the headset, necessarily. Just something to point out if you don’t have a USB hub plugged in or an additional USB charging location handy.

    In the end I do like the headset and recommend it for those looking for one at this price point. It’s not the best one I’ve ever used, but it’s also nowhere near the most expensive. For its price and its features, this headset is a pretty decent bang-for-your-buck option.

    Hope that helps anybody checking this one out and trying to decide yay/nay on the purchase.

  6. Stiftung Viggitest

    Als ich dieses weiße Headse mit dieser sicken RGB Beleuchtung gesehen habe, musste ich mir das Headset kaufen, auch wenn ich schon 3 Headsets habe, wovon ich immer nur eins brauche. Halt eben keins mit RGB Beleuchtung.

    Was im Lieferumfang enthalten ist:
    – Das Headset selbst
    – Mikrofon
    – Klinken Kabel
    – USB-C Kabel zum aufladen
    – Stick für die Verbindung mit dem PC

    Was ich gut finde:
    + sehr schöne RGB Beleuchtung
    + Für den Preis anständiger Sound
    + sieht sehr hochwertig aus im weißen Design
    + Verbindung ist stabil und hat eine hohe Reichweite, kann im ganzen Büro und bis zur Küche laufen ohne Verbindungsprobleme zu haben
    + Mikrofon macht ordentliche Aufnahmen
    + Drückt nicht und sitzt gemütlich auf dem Kopf
    + Mikrofonanschluss hat einen kleinen Gummistopfen, falls das Mikro gerade nicht gebraucht wird und der Anschluss geschützt wird

    Was ich nicht so gut finde:
    – Die Kopfhörer sind kabellos deutlich leiser als wenn man das Kabel anschließt, aber das ist meistens bei kabellosen Headsets so, da die Stromversorgung über Akku schwächer ist und ist auch nicht weiter schlimm, da die Kopfhörer auch kabellos ordentlich laut sind
    – Einstellungsmöglichkeiten für die Beleuchtung wäre wünschenswert, man kann die Farbe also nicht einstellen und es läuft immer der bunte RGB Effekt, man kann die Beleuchtung lediglich ausschalten
    – zusätzliche Bluetooth Verbindungsmöglichkeit wäre wünschenswert aber das bieten nur die wenigsten Headsets

  7. Robert Novak

    I’ll start with a confession. I’m not a gamer. I use my headphones for music and conferencing at work and at home, and I was interested in these headphones to have something to leave out on my desk at work, with a boom mic and wireless connectivity. It met those requirements, but for an interesting reason I’m now inclined to carry them with my laptop.

    The sound is good quality… the LST 3D Sound Demo, THX Surround Sound Demo, When It’s Love, and One2Many show a pretty good result to your ears. The 7.1 surround proves itself with the 3D demo, and has good basic stereo separation as well. Good for a $50 headset, and not too much less than the QC35 (although this headset has noise-isolation, not noise-cancellation, although the boom mic does offer noise targeting).

    Using the headset on conference calls with fans running all around me (no air conditioning during a heat wave in a room with network equipment, argh) got good reviews from my colleagues.

    Good things about this headset:

    1. It’s paired to its proprietary wireless receiver, and if you plug the receiver in, it is instantly connected and overrides the previous sound settings. Unplug and you’re back to normal. Great for switching between machines you usually have muted.
    2. The boom mic is removable, and the headset still has a microphone if you’re not using the boom.
    3. It’s lighter on the head than some of the noise-cancelling headsets I use, and not too much more cumbersome than the Bose QC35.
    4. Charging is USB-C, not MicroUSB. Should be table-stakes but some vendors are running behind the curve. Not Jeecoo.
    5. The range is pretty good. My home is a nightmare for bluetooth range and these have slightly better range than my QC35. At work I can get about 100 feet away with good audio quality. And the RGB lighting gets people’s attention when I walk down the hall listening to the Wanamaker Organ performances.

    Things I wish were different:

    1. The cap for the USB adapter and the cap for the boom mic port are removable and easily lost (see photo). I would have preferred a sliding cover on the boom port and a sliding USB connector on the adapter. You can put the boom port cap around the boom mic itself but that would look silly on video and it is annoying to have floating near your face.
    2. The auto-timeout is inconvenient, although it saves battery and won’t kick in if you’re actively audio-ing.
    3. You can’t use the boom mic with the wired connection, from what I’ve seen. I rarely use wired connection on these although I might appreciate the option in some settings.
    4. I don’t see replacement earpads on Amazon. Since these will probably not be 8-hour-a-day devices it’s not a bad thing, but I would like replacements to be available.

    In general, it’s a good headset, great for the price ($50 after coupon as I write this, a bit more when I bought it in July), with good features and manageable shortcomings.

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