When someone says gaming gadgets, most gamers think about Turtle Beach. Turtle Beach has become famous for their gaming headset and other audio equipment. They produce high quality headsets of every kind, stereo and mono, wireless and cable, but all have one thing in common and that is great sound quality. People in this company thought about every little detail when they did those headsets. These headsets can offer you great gaming atmosphere and exhilarating experience. Here are two headsets from Turtle Beach, one mono and one stereo.
EAR FORCE PBT
Ear Force PBT is a mono headset with simple design but great performance. It is rectangular shape with one main button in the middle. Below the button is one LED indicator for charging. It is headset for just one ear and for safer wearing it has ear hook. This headset has dual pairing function, it means you can pair it with your favourite console – PS3 and you mobile phone at the same time. When you are playing game with your teammates and your phone rings all you need to do is press one button and take that call. It is that simple. The microphone and sound quality are great but sometimes rather low. This is a wireless headset and its range is about 30 feet with battery life of 5 hours of talk time and 7 days on standby.
EAR FORCE PX5
Ear Force PX5 is one of the best headset on the market. It is stereo headset, goes on both ears, with rather big and rigid design. But this headset is incredibly lightweight and you can have them for hours on your head and your neck won’t hurt a bit. Sound quality is perfect due to this surround sound system. There aren’t any background noises due to he size and shape of this headset. You will hear everything, from explosion in the background to sneaking of your enemy. You can use it on PS3, Xbox, PC but not on Mac. This headset has the same quality for gaming than for listening music or watching a movie.
April 6, 2013 at 1:35 pm
EAR FORCE PBT is best in my opinion. I usually prefer it among others.
June 30, 2013 at 7:33 pm
i was looking for them. earforce px5 looks good. thanks for the info! 🙂