I got two different new sets of headphones for my Gaming Laptop.
First I got some heavier, premium headphones where quality and comfort was the primary focus. My budget was not to exceed $100. These were only $99. I'm very pleased with the materials used plus it came with two different types of ear cushions. They have a 3.5 plug in for sound & USB plug in for the lights and the 7.1 surround sound.
Second, I wanted a lighter, inexpensive pair where they may not be as comfortable but they were lighter and easier to take with me on the go. Even though this set came out in 2010, I found several links selling them for around $60-70. However I got it brand new on E-Bay for only $27.50 and with free s & h. Gotta love E-Bay for finding NOS. I'm very pleased of course with the price I paid but also very impressed with the quality and build of the materials.
I picked up another variety of Asus Gaming Headphones. I got them on E-Bay brand new despite them being from 2011. I'll be doing a review of the three different types of Asus headphones I bought recently to use on my Gaming Laptop. So far I really like these a lot.
I forgot how important sound was as I had been using the built in speakers to the 27" monitor I had for a few years and then I upgraded to these speakers and enjoyed them just for over a year. They were decent and not too expensive. A huge improvement over monitor speakers, but at only 10 watts they were still not giving me the full Gaming experience I should have been getting. https://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/speakers-z130?crid=47
However I wanted something with a sub-woofer and a lot more wattage plus I wanted something with an optical plug-in so I could use the optical AND the regular RCA jacks to have two different computers connect to it. So I got the slightly more expensive optical outputs version of this: ( 400 watts ) https://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/powerful-thx-sound-z625?crid=47
I am very pleased. I forgot how loud anomalies could be. I forgot the boom of emissions that would shake my computer desk. If you aren't playing Stalker on some really good computer speakers with some base, you are really missing out.