Giveaway: Win a LucidSound LS15P Wireless Gaming Headset

It’s giveaway time here at TheSixthAxis, and just in time to wash away those January blues – well they’re probably indiscriminate blues these days, but we’re going to do our best to cheer you up anyway. Up for grabs this week the lovely folks at LucidSound have provided us with a shiny new LS15P wireless headset to give away to one lucky reader, and we’ve made it as simple as possible for you to enter.

Our very own Nic Bunce gave the LS15P a resounding 8/10 when he reviewed it at the end of last year, praising its looks in particular. “With its sleek matte black finish and its soft black faux leather earcups, it’s exactly what you’d expect and want from a pair of cans. Interestingly, despite being wireless, there are no fiddly switches that stick out from the side of the earcups, giving them a really flush feel.” While concluding by saying that, “it’s a nice, sleek headset that you’d happily wear streaming, playing with friends or even just on your own, and it must be said that LucidSound completely knocked it out of the park with the battery performance.”

The LS15P is compatible with the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC and is a wireless headset that connects by way of USB dongle, though you also have the option of connecting via a 3.5mm cable (sold separately) to pretty much anything that’s ever been made to have sound coming out of it. Lucidsound have made a number of fantastic gaming headsets over the years, and we’ve been continually impressed, from the LS25 through to the LS41. If you’d like to get your hands on one of your own, get started below!

We’ll be running the competition into the start of next week, with entries closing at 11.59PM UK time on Tuesday 2nd February, 2021. The giveaway is open to residents of the UK only. Winners must respond within three working days of being contacted, and if they do not another winner will be drawn. Our usual terms and conditions apply, and decisions are final.

Win a LucidSound LS15P Wireless Gaming Headset

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TSA's Reviews Editor - a hoarder of headsets who regularly argues that the Sega Saturn was the best console ever released.