Submitted by Chaosmedia 895d ago | review

Turtle Beach PX21 Headset Review - CHAOS HOUR

It’s a few years on its official release but since Chaos Hour haven’t taken the task to review such a beautiful headset we took this moment to tell you all about the fabulous Turtle Beach PX21.

From its range of other headsets PX3, DP11, P11 the PX21 headset really does out match the others by far. As well as a sleek design that is second to none in comfort it’s flexibility to fit all sizes of heads was a big thing. (PC, PS3, Turtle Beach Ear Force PX21, Xbox 360) -

medman  +   895d ago
This headset is cheaply made garbage. I made the mistake of buying one and within one month had to ship it back to turtle beach because the bass blew one of the speakers and I didn't even have the bass turned up halfway during my play sessions. They sent me a new pair and within four months a problem developed with the cord where the sound would cut in and out and stopped working after another week. Cheap garbage. Save your money and get a better headset.

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