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Headphone Reviews

Turtle Beach Recon Camo Review

Turtle Beach is no stranger to headset releases, especially those tied to video game launches. Although not directly licenced, it was no coincidence that the Turtle Beach Recon Camo headset launched alongside Call of Duty: WWII! We've had this headset for a few weeks now, and have really been enjoying most aspects of it. Let's dive in, and you can see if it's the right fit for your needs and budget!

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Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Review

There are often serious debates about the necessity of a headphone set for your Xbox One or PS4, and when people decide it is important - paramount, in my opinion if you wish to game online with friends - the discussion over what needs to be included, and what price you should pay, often leaves consumers going crazy. With so many headsets available on the market, it is sometimes hard to decide which one is best for you. On GamesReviews, we have looked at a number of great headsets over the years, and they almost always perform admirably. What we aim to do is ...

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PDP AG 6 Headset Review

Performance Design Products has released a number of headsets over the last few years, and to date, none of their recent products have compared to the outstanding AG 9+ they released a few years ago. That's not to say their other products are bad; far from it, as PDP always releases quality products that customers are bound to love. With my AG 9+ reaching the end of their life cycle - over hundreds of hours of use mind you - it was time to look at something else from PDP. Enter the PDP AG 6 Headset. Will it replace my older pair? Let's take a look!

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Astro A40 TR Headset

The Astro Gaming name is synonymous with gaming, and for years everyone has assumed that Astro headsets are outside the reach of the average gamer. In the past, this was definitely true, but Astro is running lines of Headsets at a much lower cost, and the Astro A40 TR Headset - aimed at PC and MAC users, but compatible with newer Xbox One controllers and PS4 - is a great headset that comes in at a modest $150 price tag. Overall, that expensive Astro quality is there, but not the excessive pricing.

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Aurvana In-ear3 Plus from Creative Review

Purchasing a pair of ear buds to supplement - or in many cases replace - the pair that came with your phone is not an easy task as many companies have products on the market that they want you to buy. When I generally go online to look for a quality pair of buds, I tend to begin in the 100-150 dollar price range, as generally, these provide a great sounds for a modest price. That isn't to say I don't do the research on the sub 100, or 150+ sets, but this is where I begin. The Aurvana In-ear3 Plus ear buds from Creative fall into the high end of this category, ...

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Astro A10 Headset Review

When you first hear the word Astro Gaming in the video game marketplace, you probably are thinking about a headset that is more than likely way outside your price range. For the longest time, this statement would have been, for the most part, very true. However, Astro has taken a stab at the entry level gaming headset with the launch of the Astro A10 headset; thanks to Astro Gaming, we were able to review the PS4 version over the last month! See what we though below!

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Turtle Beach Stealth 700 and Stealth 600 Avaialble at Retail Today

Today, Turtle Beach announced the worldwide retail availability of the Stealth 700 and Stealth 600 headsets. When we originally posted the announcement of these two new headsets, we commented on the wireless connectivity for the Stealth 600 and 700 on the Xbox One. That means no cords and no connectors, but rather a headset that functions much like your Xbox One controller. Here are more details from Turtle Beach PR.

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Turtle Beach Utilizing Microsoft Wireless Technology for Headsets

As the market continues to get saturated with different types and brands of headsets, companies are looking to slash costs as much as humanly possible. I remember during the hey-days of the PS3 and Xbox 360, where a good gaming headset would easily set a gamer back at least $200! Today, that isn't the case, as more and more companies are opting for sub $100 units. Enter Turtle Beach (again) who have launched the Stealth 600 headset in limited quantities today for the low price of $99.99. What sets this set apart from others you might as? Well, the Stealth 600 ...

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Turtle Beach Elite Pro Gaming Headset – PC Edition

Last year, Turtle Beach launched the Elite Pro Gaming headset which worked across the PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and it was actually a unit one of our reviewers purchased at the time, but never wrote a review on. His thoughts overall that it was a better than average headset at about the right price point, although there was always a bit of discomfort from wearing the unit for long periods of time. When Turtle Beach announced they would be launching a PC Specific Elite Pro headset, I was instantly intrigued and reached out to them for a review sample. After using ...

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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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