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  • Blog Post: Turtle Beach Releases Elite 800X Wireless Xbox One Surround Sound Headset

    When gaming on an Xbox One, most headsets require a connection to the controller. Turtle Beach has entirely cut the cords, with a 7.1 surround sound headset that is completely wireless. The Elite 800X features 50mm drivers (the larger the driver, the better it produces the low end of the range and most... More
  • Blog Post: Turtle Beach Details Headset Upgrade Program For Xbox One

    We’ve been closely following the audio features of the new console hardware, as both have their quirks . Sony is rapidly getting up to speed with the PlayStation 4 now that USB chat is active . Now Turtle Beach has announced how Xbox One gamers that own one of the company’s select products... More
  • Blog Post: Gaming Headset Woes Continue As Microsoft Won't Be Shipping Adapter Until 2014

    Gaming headsets aren't for everyone. They can be expensive, and for those that don't share a domicile with others, possibly unnecessary. For those that do have to worry about waking kids up late at night though (or simply want a personal, high-end audio experience), losing the option (for now... More
  • Blog Post: Mad Catz Manufacturing Peripherals For Xbox One

    Peripheral manufacturers are always looking for a piece of that hardware sales pie, and it seems things will be no different on the Xbox One. Mad Catz announced today it will release a “range of innovative products” for Microsoft’s upcoming console, though it has no further details... More
  • Blog Post: Turtle Beach To Manufacture Headsets For Xbox One

    Today, video game peripheral company Turtle Beach that it will be releasing a line of gaming headsets for Microsoft’s Xbox One console. “In Turtle Beach we have a partner that can help Microsoft deliver world class gaming audio experiences to our customers,” said Turtle Beach’s... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Turtle Beach, Activision Join Forces For Line Of Modern Warfare Headsets

    [Update] We just got a correction from Turtle Beach regarding this morning's announcement. According to the company, the price of the Bravo headset is $179.95, not the $149.95 originally listed. In addition, the Foxtrot headset is wired, not wireless. Original Story: Call of Duty is kind of a big... More
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