Before I purchased a Razer Seiren I used Astro A40's which were 110% worth the price in my opinion . Razer Kraken headsets are cheap and generic, and have a static sounding mic compared to others, but it's all based on your preference.
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Sennheiser PC 363D High Performance Surround Sound Gaming Headset
thats the best but this one is the best for low price
Sentey GS-4730 7.1 Digital Surround Sound Gaming Headset
Althought I think Sennheiser 363D are over 200$? Sennheiser PC 350 is the best headset with mic under 150$, period. It doesn't look fancy or have leds etc. But if you want the absolute best sound/mid quality for the price PC350 is best one you can get. Superior to all other headsets in this price range. HyperX Cloud is also a really good headset and also cheaper. Razer, Logitech, Steelseries and all other "big" gaming hardware brands offer good products, but they often aren't cost effective. For example Razer Kraken has soundquality equal to headphones worth 50$. Gaming headset is almost always wrong choice, getting headphones from a known headphone focused company is always the best option. Pair it up with a desktop mic to reach the superior cost effiency. Blue Snowball Ice is a super good desk mic which costs around 60$, out performs any headset mic you can get.