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Press Release: TURTLE BEACH LAUNCHES NEW XO THREE AND RECON 150

San Diego, CA – July 17, 2017 – Leading gaming headset and audio accessory makerTurtle Beach Corporation (NASDAQ: HEAR) today announced the new XO THREE officially licensed gaming headset for Xbox One and RECON 150 for PlayStation®4 are now available at retail. Both headsets feature large 50mm speakers (with 56% more surface area compared to the 40mm drivers found in other gaming headsets in this price range) and Turtle Beach’s renowned high-sensitivity mic to deliver the essential high-quality game audio and crystal clear chat needed to secure victory on the ...

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Steel Series ARCTIS 3 Headset Review

There is nothing flash about the ARCTIS 3 headset from Steel Series, but that is perfectly OK with me. I've been using this product for a few weeks now - on both my Xbox One and PS4 - and I can safely say that for 79.99, you are getting a product that is definitely worth the price. Read on for more of our thoughts on the ARCTIS 3.

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PDP Gift Guide 2016 – Headsets

Over the past number of years, we have reviewed a ton of headsets from Performance Design Products, and for the most part, they never disappoint. Although their products generally come in on the cheaper end of the spectrum, they always seem to provide way more than competitive brands in the same price range. So how does PDP's 2016 line up of headsets compare? Read on for more!

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Turtle Beach Stealth 420X+ Review

A few weeks ago, the good people over at Turtle Beach sent over the Xbox One, 100% wireless Stealth 420X+ headset for us to review. One of the big downsides to the Xbox One is that most headsets are not truly wireless, and the wireless options available on the marketplace have been few and far between. Does the 420X+ provide enough incentives for giving players the ability to go completely wireless? Lets find out. What’s In the Box   Turtle Beach…

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SteelSeries Shows Siberia 840 Wireless Gaming Headset

If you haven’t read our review of the Siberia 800 headset, head over to that and see why we loved it so much. Although the 800 series deviates from the traditional suspension design that makes SteelSeries products the most comfortable on the market, so many other great features made it an outstanding, elite gaming headset. The company is taking that design to the next level with the Siberia 840 Wireless Gaming Headset. The 840 is exactly the same as the…

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Sound BlasterX H7 Headset Review

Headsets are getting better and headsets are getting cheaper. Creative is one company making this step, and doing it quickly - the Sound BlasterX H7 Headset brings a $200+ headset to the $120-150 price range, and does not sacrifice any features. When it comes to audio, mic clarity, and comfort, the Sound BlasterX H7 is one of the best headsets I have ever used.

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Steel Series Siberia 350 Headset Review

The Steel Series Siberia 350 Headset falls into that mid range category when it comes to pricing, and these headsets are always the hardest to make a decision on. With so many headsets coming in just a bit cheaper - 99.99 compared to 119.99 - it is sometimes hard to justify some of the enhancements for the 20 or 30 dollars more that you will pay. Does Steel Series help justify the extra money in the value they give? Read on to see what we think of it!

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Steel Series X800 Headset Review

I've used high end headsets before, but none of them have been as user friendly as the Steel Series Siberia X800 headset. Through ease of use and outstanding audio quality, for over 300.00, you won't find a much better headset. There are no major aesthetic bells and whistles to this headset - like there are in many headsets from other companies - but with this release, Steel Series is pursuing functionality and comfort; they have succeeded.

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AG 9 Headset Review

We are back with yet another PDP gaming headset review. Why wouldn't we be? Overall, every headset from PDP has received a passing grade from us here at Games Reviews, and many of you have hit us up on social media to let us know which headset you bought and why. What Performance Design Products has going for them is not necessarily having the best headset available, but for providing a better than average headset for the MSRP.

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Steel Series Siberia 200 Headset Review

I've been told my others outside of Steel Series - they told me too - that the now discontinued Siberia V2 headset was a must have more many PC gamers, and when the product was discontinued and replaced with the V3, fans complained...a lot. So, Steel Series is bringing back the V2 in seven different color variations, making a few changes, and rebranding them as the Steel Series Siberia 200 headset. Does it still perform like it's predecessor? We think so!

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