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Submitted by killyourfm 740d ago | interview

One Pair Fits All: An Interview with Turtle Beach CEO Juergen Stark

FORBES: You’ve thought excitedly about hunting down your next pair of headphones, but have you ever considered purchasing your final pair of headphones? Certainly Turtle Beach values repeat business, but the company — who specializes in personal gaming audio — is starting to include more cross-platform usefulness into their headphones. Typically, gaming enthusiasts have confined their “gaming headphones” to the living room, but Turtle Beach CEO Juergen Stark wants to change that. I sat down with him and Community Marketing Manager Jeff Burchett to drill down into the company’s sharper focus on a “one pair fits all” mentality. (Mobile, PC, PS3, Tech, Turtle Beach, Xbox 360)

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