EPOS B20 review: “Immaculately presented with solid sound”

Although EPOS’ origins go back more than a hundred years, the EPOS brand name itself is a relative newcomer to the hotly contested gaming audio market. While it got a proverbial leg-up from Sennheiser by working in collaboration with the audio giant and later taking over production of what were erstwhile Senny’s gaming headset lines, ventures into the best microphone for streaming market is are a new direction. 

This EPOS B20 is a step into the unknown, and priced just under $200/£200 it’s a bold step at that; one that takes it right into the arena with Blue’s formidable Yeti X. It’s about time someone toppled the Logi-owned company from the top of the streamer mic hierarchy in the name of greater product innovation, but can EPOS pull the sword from the stone and do it?

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