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Submitted by Garethvk 595d ago | news

Turtle Beach Announces New Headsets

Turtle Beach has announced new gaming headsets which cover a wide range of systems and features including the new XP510 Wireless. (Tech, Turtle Beach)

kingPoS  +   595d ago
I hate to say it but I've been spoiled by Sony's Pulse Elite's. It's so multipurpose & uncluttered, I even use them as regular headphones with my phone. (even wirelessly via powered usb)
Garethvk  +   595d ago
We are in a good age of Headsets now. I used Razer in the past and love my Corsair Vengeance. I also love our Astro A50. Now Turtle Beach, Sony, have stepped up, and Steelseries is always very good. Tritton have been making some nice ones as well.
Bob Dole  +   595d ago
Just got Corsair Vengance 1500's. Lovin' em.
SolidDuck  +   595d ago
I had to warranty a couple pairs of trittons. I don't recommend them.
Garethvk  +   595d ago
I had heard some had problems. Turtle Beach wants us to try their Wii U linne.
biRdy  +   595d ago
I recently purchased an Astro A50 and wow im in love and since I game on my pc, xbox and ps3 its great that it works on all 3.
Sp1d3ynut  +   595d ago
Turtle Beach has gone overboard with their headsets. I remember when there was only 2-3 options....wired and wireless COMBINED. Now, they release 3-5 "new" headsets, with every release of a major game and/or console...it's just ridiculous. The bad thing is, they all have the same issues, if you read reviews. TB needs to spend less resources on re-packaging the same tech, and more on R&D to improve the tech going forward.
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ABizzel1  +   595d ago
THere's no need to upgrade from the XP500 or PX5.

The main difference is rechargeable battery which is a plus, but if that batter goes out, you have to wait for turtle beach to fix it or buy a new pair, whereas you can buy rechargeable batteries for $10, and be set.

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