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Turtle Beach reveal their E3 lineup

E3 isn’t just about all the new sparkly games and console systems, the folks behind your favourite hardware brands will also be peddling their wares and Turtle Beach have unveiled their E3 hand early.

Not wanting to waste any time, Turtle Beach have unveiled the first headsets designed specifically for Xbox’s Project Scorpio.


So what’s new? Other than making full use of Microsoft’s wireless technology, the STEALTH 700 and 600 series boast the ProSpecs headcup relief system, so those that wear glasses can continue to do so in comfort without the ear cups pressing your glasses into your head.

The headsets have also been redesigned to give enhanced comfort and a cosy fit so that the 50mm speakers can deliver surround sound that is made all the immersive with active noise cancelling – and of course – both headsets come locked and loaded with Turtle Beach’s trademark Superhuman hearing sound.

“Turtle Beach has routinely led the industry when it comes to being first to market with products packed with the latest and most innovative features, and that trend continues this year with our 2017 lineup and today’s revelation of the STEALTH 700 & 600 models,” said Juergen Stark, CEO, Turtle Beach Corporation. “Our fans count on us to be at the forefront of gaming audio, so delivering the first Xbox One gaming headsets that use the new Xbox Wireless technology to connect directly to the console has been a key goal for us this year, and through our great partnership with Microsoft, team Turtle Beach will deliver another significant industry first.”


Turtle Beach announce the Stealth 420X+ at gamescom

Announced during gamescom, Turtle Beach have unveiled their newest addition to the Stealth line up – the Stealth 420X+.

Retailing at $149.95/£149.95, the Turtle Beach Stealth 420X+’s rechargeable battery lasts for around 15 hours and is fully wireless – that’s game and chat audio. The over-ear headset design has been ‘updated’ and comes loaded with a host of audio settings including their trademark Superhuman Hearing. Mic Monitoring is included – something I really missed in other headset brands. As with their other models, the mic is removable so you can use the headset on the go with your favourite audio device.

There’s no word on when the headset will be available but keep an eye on the official page and Turtle Beach’s twitter account.


Turtle Beach Elite 800x review

Turtle Beach continually strive to make the best headsets around, they already have a hugely successful range of Xbox One headsets and with the arrival of the Elite 800x they were hoping to finish off any competition… unfortunately, the 800x fell at the final hurdle.


The standard Turtle Beach packaging is great quality as usual, the plush white box makes a satisfying whoosh as you open it for the first time revealing the headset. Under the main packaging you’ll find everything you need to get started.

With the headset you’ll get the magnetic charging stand, digital optical cable and USB cables for updating the firmware on the stand and headset.

Setting up

As ever, getting the Headset ready is rather simple, plug the digital optical cable in to the Xbox and the charging stand, then plug the USB into the console and to the back of the stand to power it up. After checking the audio settings on the console are correct, you can turn the headset on. There might be a chance that you’ll need to pair the headset with the stand, but in my case I didn’t need to do that.

Charging Stand

I’ve had various ways of storing my headsets over the years, and most of the time they just end up hiding away in my drawer of gaming stuff, not anymore. The stand for the Elite 800x not only acts as somewhere to rest your set, but it also charges the built-in battery at the same time. The picture below demonstrates just how nice it looks. The stand is magnetic so the headset sticks in place with minimal fuss.


The Headset

On first inspection the Elite 800x is a sleek sturdy looking headset, with just enough Xbox Green to compliment the standard Turtle Beach black. It doesn’t feel too heavy, the cushioned ear cups sit perfectly on my head. Some people have complained that the fit is too snug, but for me it’s a really comfortable fit. The cups have a great amount of cushioning meaning I can wear the headset for hours without really noticing. They are quite big, so although you can wear them out and about, there are smaller headphones you could use, one person at work described me as looking like a Cyberman from Doctor Who!

The headset is packed full of features; as well as being completely wireless, they have noise cancellation and it’s an awesome feeling when you activate it, background noise is sucked away.

Built in Bluetooth allows you to play music from your smart devices and you’re also able to mix in your own music while playing games, if that’s something you prefer.

Everything is controlled by buttons on each side of the ear cups, accompanied by a voice confirming your selection. The buttons are really sensitive, if you put the headset in your bag you can easily turn it on without realising as well activate Bluetooth and all sorts, so you’ll need to be extra careful.

I been through plenty of headsets and I can comfortably say that this is the best sounding headset that I’ve used, most of my review has been spent playing Batman Arkham Knight, which we all know is full of atmosphere, and the 800x improves the experience even further. Combined with the noise cancellation you can fully immerse yourself in whichever world you are playing in. Three are a host of sound presets to switch through depending on the game you are playing, which works really well.


The downside

Unfortunately there is a huge downside to the set, the microphone and mic monitoring just doesn’t work properly. Every time I went into a party on Xbox Live people would tell me they thought I was using Kinect to talk with, I sounded like I was in a tunnel, or completely muffled.

There are three sound settings to determine how loud the room is to allow the monitoring to adjust, but it made minimal difference. The problem could easily be solved by adding a boom mic to the product, despite firmware updates to try to improve things, it wasn’t enough to improve the chat quality, making it incredibly difficult to justify the 800x price tag (currently £250).

If you are purely a gamer who doesn’t play multiplayer games this headset is brilliant, the sound quality is out of this world and being able to make use of Bluetooth is excellent, but if you play online with friends at any point your are better off checking out the Stealth 500x – you’ll miss not having the super charging stand but you’ll be able to chat with friends clearly.

Turtle Beach Stealth 500x headset review

Just over a month ago I got to review the Turtle Beach XO Seven Pro headset, it was brilliant. It was one of the most comfortable headsets I used in a long time, it looked good, sounded great now keeps me company at work when I’m designing.

There were two things missing for me on them though, Surround Sound (even though the superhuman hearing feature was cool) and having to use wires to chat. Thankfully both those issues have been resolved thanks to the Turtle Beach Stealth 500x headset.

I couldn’t wait to open these bad boys up, the packaging is simple yet elegant, coming in a plain white box with a shiny silver white Turtle Beach logo on them. Inside you’ll find the headset, wireless transmitter, digital optical cable, charging cable and mobile lead.


Setting up couldn’t be simpler, the transmitter is powered by USB and you’ll also need the digital optical cable, they both plug into the Xbox One. It’s then a case of making sure the console to ensure that the digital audio matches the information in the guide that came with the headset, then all you need to do is turn the headset on and you are good to go, you shouldn’t need to pair them to the transmitter.

The Stealth 500x is a nice looking headset, though I was a little disappointed with the outside of ear cups, the shiny plastic and buttons feel a bit cheap, considering this is a higher end headset (with high-end) price, I would have expected a bit of a better build, thankfully this is my only real complaint about the headset.

The mesh lining and foam cushioning make for very comfortable gaming sessions, they are also fairly light, so you never feel like you are being weighed down by them. The battery life is excellent, the most of managed is 14 hours, which is better than any headset I’ve reviewed previously. You get an audio notification when the battery is running low, and you can use them while they charge. It would have really helpful if you could have charged the internal battery using the plug and play kit for the controllers, but instead you need to use a mini-USB cable.

Of course what you really want to know is how they sound, to which the answer is brilliant! I’ve been testing the headset for four weeks across a huge range of titles, new and old and was really impressed with the performance. The DTS Headphone:X 7.1 sound is excellent and to make things even better there are loads of custom presets that will enhance your gameplay experience. It takes a bit of time to remember which preset does what but there is a handy guide available to help you remember. The different modes really do make a difference to your experience, whether you are gaming, listening to music or watching films.


The Stealth 500X can also be updated via Turtle Beach software which you download to your PC, you’ll need two USB ports available so that you can plug both the transmitter and the headset at the same time to get new firmware updates, but it is worth doing to fix any bugs or add additional features. You can then download different sound profiles to your headset too to try out some of the different presets that are available.

I recently reviewed Slender: The Arrival and was really looking forward to seeing how the sound would scare me senseless, and it worked brilliantly, the 500x’s made me acutely aware of my surroundings, especially when being chased by the Slender man. For comparison to the XO Seven Pros I had to try out my go to game, FIFA 15, again I was expecting some great results but it’s fair to say I was blown away by how much detail they picked up from the crowd. With the recent release of the awesome Forza Horizon Fast and Furious game it was a perfect excuse to see how some of the greatest cars in the world sounded from the comfort of my lounge, again I couldn’t fault what I heard, especially from the in-car view, the different mechanical sounds from each machine could be heard and you felt like you were right in the action.


Typically when you get immersed in a game world you are prone to raising your voice a bit too much, especially when you are playing with your friends. Turtle Beach have really perfected the mic monitoring and everything I use a new headset I am more impressed, the Stealth 500x has the best monitoring by far, there are two modes, one for use in quieter rooms and one for louder ones. The sensitivity on the quiet room mode is superb and makes a huge difference to how loud I am! The microphone is much better too, firstly because it is completely wireless, you don’t need to use the chat adapter on the Xbox One controller, everything is managed on the earcups, and it works perfectly. Friends that I have gamed with have commented on how much the quality has improved. The boom mic is removable but the socket for connection the boom isn’t as subtle as some of the other TB sets I’ve used.

I’m really impressed with this headset, build quality aside, the audio is excellent, it’s easy to use and the mic monitoring is the best it’s ever been, it might be an expensive set but you will be paying for an awesome headset that you will use for years to come.

Saturday Fight Night: ASTRO vs. Turtle Beach


In the blue corner, weighing in at £170 we have Rich, rocking the ASTRO  A40 + M80 Mixamp. In the red corner, weighing in at £129.99 we have Dave, sporting the Turtle Beach XO Seven Pro. Now… let’s make this a nice clean fight discussion.

Rich Berry (RB): The A40 has to be the most comfortable headset I’ve ever worn. I’ve never owned a pair that has fitted so well. The ear cups are really soft and are cosy to wear. The headset can also rest around my neck by swivelling the ear cups, which is a neat addition when you do need to take a break – plus they look pretty nifty hanging loose around my neck.

Dave Moran (DM): You see I could say the same about the XO Seven Pro, they have a nice leather finish to the ear cups and never get you feeling too hot and bothered on long gaming sessions. There is something nice about putting the headset on and feeling this coolness around the ears. They also twist to sit round my neck and l do look pretty awesome walking down the street in mine, even if do say so myself!

RB: But what about customisation? ASTRO are renowned for their Speaker Tags, which magnetically snap onto the left/right ear cups. Even though I really like the crosshatching design of the ones packaged with the A40, there are some sweet Battlefield, Dying Light and Halo Tags that I’m sorely tempted to purchase.

DM: Ah my friend, Turtle Beach saw you coming. At the Evolve launch event everyone was rocking XO Seven Pro headsets that had some sweet looking Evolve plates on them, they could have (accidentally) ended up in my pockets… I wouldn’t have really, but you know what I mean.

RB: I guess it was about time that other brands caught up with ASTRO’s Speaker Tags! It’ll be interesting to see what other gaming brands Turtle Beach will bring to their tags – and how well priced they are.


DM: The thing I love the most about the XO Seven Pro is the magical button that sits on Turtle Beach’s own version of the chat adapter. By day, the headset is a simple stereo headset playing my tunes while I write, but by night it develops Super Human hearing, letting me hear the roar of the crowd on FIFA, the moans of the zombies as they track me down on Dying Light and footsteps of my opponents as they try to sneak up on me on COD AW, the button also glows too. The headset also includes audio presets for game and microphone, which can be found at the bottom of the chat adapter.

RB: Well, while I can’t boast about a “superhuman” hearing function, the A40 does come with the M80 Mixamp. Unlike previous versions of ASTRO’s Mixamp technology, the Xbox One edition of the A40 has combined the Mixamp into the chat adaptor that includes its own ‘magic’ button.

The button cycles between three preset EQ settings that between them deliver all the sound optimisation you could ask for in a stereo headset. While stereo can never replace the pinpoint accuracy of a surround sound headset, the directional sound of the A40 is pretty impressive – no Evolve monster is safe from me when I’m up high listening for their whereabouts.


RB: I must also admit to using the A40 as my go to headset for when I’m away from my console, not just because they sound superb on my iPhone, which has a nasty habit of making the best headphones sound a bit weak, but because ASTRO have their own iOS app! Complete with custom playlists and full control over EQ, the app makes a nice companion to the A40 and can even be used with other headphones, oh and it’s free!

DM: Well, there is no app to accompany my headset, which is a shame, but they do also make my music collection sound even better on my iPhone. The XO Seven Pro is also great at blocking out the hustle and bustle of my office while I work, which is lovely!

There’s a swappable cable for mobile that comes with the headset that has an inline mic which means I can also take calls, pause my music and skip tracks.

RB: Yeah, I’m not sure my wife appreciates how isolated I become when surrounded by glorious game/music sounds when I have my ASTROs on – they do pack a nasty amount of sound leak though which means I probably wouldn’t be able to use these in the office without disturbing my colleagues!

The A40 didn’t come with an inline controller, but you can buy one for next to nothing from the ASTRO website.


DM: Let’s talk about… talking!

Once I had fiddled around with the balance between game and chat volume, the XO Seven Pro worked really well through the party chat. The removable boom mic is a great feature and by all accounts I sounded clearer than I did on an older more expensive set. The fact that I don’t have to worry about changing batteries is pretty awesome too, running the headset through the Xbox controller is a great innovation.

The other thing Turtle Beach pride themselves on is the mic monitoring. As a dad with two little ones who sleep badly, knowing that I am talking at a normal volume without waking the small people is a bonus point for me with the wife! The mic monitoring works really well and actually leads me to believe I have a voice for radio… we both know I certainly have the face ha ha!

RB: Yes, the less said about your ‘good’ looks the better! I must admit to also being impressed with the way that headsets connect to the Xbox One – with only a wire running to the controller I don’t get tangled like I did back on the Xbox 360.

The Mixamp comes up trumps for balancing voice and game volume, but then you’d expect nothing less, especially because the official Microsoft Chat Adaptor can do this, although where the Mixamp excels is that the button placement is spot on – gone are the days of fumbling about for the right button. Not only have ASTRO perfectly squeezed their Mixamp technology into a smaller unit, but they’ve created a really nice looking device that puts Microsoft’s efforts to shame.

The mic is great on the A40, it’s not too sensitive and can be connected to either the left or right ear – or removed altogether if you don’t want to chat. Voice Monitoring… yeah I envy you on that! I had voice monitoring on my Tritton headset and it’s a feature I really miss and one that seems to be absent from several headset brands. That said, I did find that the A40 didn’t completely block out my voice nearly as much as some of the other brands I’ve used, so while voice monitoring would have been ideal, I could still judge how loudly I was speaking.


RB: When it comes to headset choice the biggest thing for me, apart from the amazing sound, is the build quality. I’ve owned plenty of different headsets over the years, which span across all the brands we all know and love – the thing that hit me most about the A40 was the build quality. They are simply stunning.

From the attention to detail in the packaging, the little touches on the headset branding to the actual build quality of the headset itself – the ASTRO A40 feels like a premium product. The ear cups are sculpted rather than just flat padding and the wires twist around the headset prongs making the A40 look space age.

In gaming circles, the A40 is a fashionable piece of kit and everyone would recognise them should you wonder around an expo or eSports tournament with these around your neck.

DM: Talking of eSports the XO Seven Pro pro headset are now used quite heavily on the MLG Pro circuit, so they must be doing something right. It seems that Turtle Beach and ASTRO are really focusing on the players.

The packaging of the XO Seven Pro also had that wow factor when I opened them up, and as I mentioned earlier, I’ve happily worn these out on the streets of London while listening to the Spic… I mean Oasis.

I’ve had issues in the past with the build quality of the older Turtle Beach headsets, but the customer service was superb – they’ve come a long way since then and I’m more than happy with the build quality of the XO Seven Pro. The price is perfect for what is a brilliant multi-purpose headset and I’m looking forward to a long and happy partnership with my XO Seven Pro.

RB: It sounds to me like the two brands are really close in terms of what each headset offers. Brand loyalty will certainly play a huge part when picking a headset, and while I feel ASTRO might be ahead of the game with the large community they have invested in, which includes several big names in the eSports scene, it seems like Turtle Beach are hot on their heels in getting their new Pro series into tournaments.

It will be great to watch these two great brands battle it out – but what of the other headset brands… can Tritton, SteelSeries, Razer, Gioteck or even Polk take a piece of the pie? Only time and how deep your pockets are will tell.

Check out the full reviews of each headset:
ASTRO Gaming A40 + M80 Mixamp
Turtle Beach XO Seven Pro

Turtle Beach XO Seven Pro headset review

There’s so much choice when it comes to headsets these days, ranging from ‘cheap as chips’ to ones that you’ll need to remortgage your house to fund them – ok so that’s an exaggeration but you get my meaning. There are so many different brands of headsets too that it can become quite confusing in choosing the right set for your needs. I’ve personally always stuck with Turtle Beach, I started at the cheap end of the market before finally buying my first wireless set. Time took its toll on them and I upgraded and they are still going strong after three years.

When the Xbox One was released I was concerned that I would have to source a new pair but it turned out all was ok and they worked just as well with my new console, although it hasn’t stopped me looking out for what Turtle Beach are were releasing with the Xbox One in mind. The pair that caught my eye was the XO Seven Pro.


When they arrived I couldn’t wait to bust them open, but when I noticed how nicely they were packaged I spent more time checking out the packaging rather than what was inside! As well as the headset, the XO Seven Pro’s come with Turtle Beach’s own version of Microsoft’s chat adapter, there are two breakaway cables, one for the Xbox and the other is the mobile cable with In-Line mic. There is a removable microphone boom and a micro USB cable for updating controllers.

On first inspection the XO Seven Pro is a really nice looking headset, it’s sturdy but lightweight and as soon as I put them on they immediately felt comfortable. The 50mm earcups have Memory Foam cushions that not only make them feel like there are pillows on your ears but they also create great noise isolation. I’ve been using these at work as well as gaming, it blocks out everything and allows you to immerse yourself in whatever you are doing. The headband is also padded and adjustable depending on your head size.

The headset takes seconds to set up, plug your adapter into your controller then the headset plugs into that and you are all set! If you are online with friends you can plug in the removable mic boom for chat. Not having to worry about masses of wires and having batteries charged made life a lot easier too. You may need to update your Xbox controllers, luckily I had already done mine so there was even less to do before I could get gaming.

So, the question on everyone’s lips at the this point should be, how do they sound? Actually pretty good! Due to the limitations of the headset adapter you are only getting stereo sound but frankly it’s still really good. I played a whole host of games to try to pick out differences in the audio. I played FIFA 15, Call of Duty Advance Warfare, Titanfall, Dying Light and Evolve. I love subtle bits of Audio within game design, especially when developers pay extra attention to ambient sounds in the audio. In FIFA 15 for example, listening to chants and atmosphere generated by the crowd while playing made a huge difference to the experience. With Titanfall it was great listening to the detail of your Titan’s machinery and the jet packs on the pilots almost sounded completely different with this headset on.

What’s extra special about the XO Seven Pro is the headset adaptor and the ‘Superhuman hearing’ button. Pressing the button causes it to glow and then all of a sudden you feel like the headset has evolved. FPS titles like Titanfall and COD suddenly opened up and I became more aware of what was around me. The monsters in Evolve sounded more fierce and my team mates orders were clearer. I was genuinely surprised at how much effect one button could have on the headset.


The chat adapter allows you to control the mix between chat and game volumes and when in a party my voice came across more clearly to my friends. There is another added feature that the Microsoft adapter doesn’t have, game and microphone presets. The game presets enhance voice, add extra Bass and Treble or just allow natural sound through. You can also adjust the microphone according to how noisy the room your gaming in is. Thanks to mic monitoring, you are also able to hear yourself talk so you don’t end up shouting at your TV, this can also be adjusted via the adapter too.

It’s great that the headset looks good because it means I can wear them out and about in London on my way to work listening to my music or watching Netflix. The in-line mic works really well for calls and both sets of cables are quite thick so hopefully they won’t get damaged too easily. The XO Seven Pro also have little faceplates that can be changed to whatever you like, though I quite like the design of the ones that come with the headset.

If it wasn’t for the fact I have a surround sound pair of Turtle Beach I would happily use these as my main gaming set, they are easy to set up, much more comfortable than my other pair and are more stylish too. The chat adapter will get Microsoft thinking about what features to add when they eventually upgrade theirs. The XO Seven Pro headset should really be on your radar if you are looking to up your game.

Thanks to Turtle Beach for supplying TiX with a review unit

Xbox One Controller Update

If you’ve picked up one of those new Turtle Beach headsets for your Xbox One, you’ll need to update your controller. It’s relatively painless once you know what to do, taking only a few minutes, but here’s a quick and easy rundown to help you.

1. Turn on your Xbox One. This is important. If you follow the rest of the steps without turning the console on first, you might not see the pop-up messages you need to in order to run the update.

2. Remove the batteries from your controllers. Yup. Take those batteries right out. You won’t need them until you’re done.

3. Plug your new headset or Headset Adapter with the headset attached into your controller. Easy stuff here. Just connect the headset/headset adapter to your battery-less, deactivated controller.

4. Connect your controller to your console using a mini USB cable. You should have a mini USB cable included with whatever headset you’ve purchased. If you have a play-and-charge kit, you can use the lengthy mini USB cable it comes with. The smaller end plugs into your controller, with the port located just above the battery housing. The larger end plugs into your console’s USB port, which can be found on the left side of the machine, near the front.

5. Follow the instructions on the screen. Once you’ve followed steps 1-4, a pop-up should appear alerting you that your controller needs an update. If it doesn’t, you’ve done something wrong. Choose yes and put your controller down with the headset and mini USB cord still plugged in. Wait for the progress bar to fill up; it shouldn’t take longer than 2-3 minutes. Once that’s done, you’ll have the option of syncing another controller right away. If you want to do that, select the option and then switch the mini USB and the headset to the next controller. Repeat this process until everything’s updated.

Thanks to DigitalTrends for the step-by-step guide.

Xbox One News – Third Party Headset Adaptor Delayed until 2014

Turtle Beach Xbox Ones


Turtle Beach have revealed in their statement on their website, announcing their new extended partnership with Microsoft, that the headset adaptor that gamers would need to use their third party and original Xbox 360 headsets with the Xbox One, has been delayed until 2014.

Microsoft first confirmed back in July, that an adapter would be developed to allow gamers to use their existing kit with their new Xbox One after it was announced that only Xbox One accessories would work with the next gen console. But what will no doubt come as a blow, Xbox One owners will have to stick with the standard headset that comes with the console until 2014 as Microsoft is developing the adapter themselves.

Turtle Beach expects to launch the XO FOUR and XO SEVEN headsets for the Xbox One console in the first quarter of 2014. Microsoft has informed its partners in the Xbox One console launch that the Xbox One Headset Adapter, being built by Microsoft and provided to Turtle Beach for inclusion with new gaming headsets, will not be available until early 2014. Both companies will leverage the additional time to build supply to meet anticipated high-demand when the headsets launch.



Turtle Beach Launches Tournament Grade SEVEN Series Headsets

turtle beach XP 7 for consoles

Turtle Beach, the leading audio brand in the games industry is set to launch its highly-anticipated, tournament grade SEVEN Series range of headsets for consoles, PC, Mac and even mobile devices! The full range of SEVEN Series headsets comprises of the Ear Force XP SEVEN for consoles, Z SEVEN for PCs/Macs and M SEVEN for use with mobile devices.

Turtle Beach’s SEVEN Series are some of the most versatile headsets on the market. Developed for console and PC tournament use, the XP SEVEN and Z SEVEN headsets significantly raise the bar for tournament and competitive online multi-player performance by meeting the cross-platform needs of active gamers through a modular design that enables total customization and control.The Ear Force XP and Z SEVEN gaming headsets are officially licensed by Major League Gaming, the world’s largest eSports league, and are currently in use across their competitions by professional players.

Using interchangeable connections, the SEVEN Series uses the same headset across any platform – console, PC, Mac or mobile. A removable boom microphone, optional in-line mic with multi-function controls, lay-flat ear cups and interchangeable speaker plates combine with a dramatic new design and stellar audio performance to offer the attributes that avid gamers demand.

The Ear Force XP and Z SEVEN headsets include Turtle Beach’s advanced, touch capacitive Audio Control Unit which gives players the ability to instantly change the mix of game, chat and microphone audio levels to provide a competitive advantage in shifting game scenarios. Using Turtle Beach’s Advanced Sound Editor (ASE), gamers can also replace the standard audio presets with up to eight game and eight chat audio presets – offering 64 possible preset audio mixes – to match their personal or team preferences.

Future eSports stars that are fans of Turtle Beach’s Facebook page have until May 15, 2013, to enter Britain’s Got Gamers for their chance to win a SEVEN Series headset. Full details on participation may be found via the Turtle Beach Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/turtlebeach.

Complementing the SEVEN Series gaming headsets is the TM1 tournament mixer which is optimized for LAN multiplayer gaming and enables tournament-grade quality and functionality for consumers and tournament organizers. The TM1 offers communication for up to six players on the same team, or two teams of three players, as well as a number of input and output features such as a broadcast feed. When combined with the Audio Control Unit, the TM1 represents the most powerful revolution in game tournament audio to date. Pricing for the gaming headsets is as follows:

Ear Force XP SEVEN RRP:£239.99
Ear Force Z SEVEN RRP:£199.99
Ear Force M SEVEN RRP:£119.99
TM1 RRP:£199.99

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Via Press Release