Turtle Beach XP400 adaptive surround sound headset

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Turtle Beach introduced a duo of recent Xbox 360 360 and PS3 gaming headphones on the first day of CES, and that we could spend a little of your time and among them, the XP400, on the program floor. It's Turtle Beach's flagship gaming headset, featuring adjustable Dolby 5.1 virtual multichannel audio, a non-AD2P dual-pairing Bluetooth radio for obtaining telephone calls throughout gaming periods, a 15 hour rechargeable battery and dual-band 2.4/5GHZ built-in Wi-fi compatability.

The particular over-the-ear pieces have a better layout from previous models, though you will find nearly as many buttons as you will find around the controller you would be carrying -- with volume up / lower, chat volume up / lower, mute, Bluetooth pairing, limiter button and tone buttons. The incorporated dual-band Wi-fi compatability adapter that connects for your gaming system of preference is small , pretty plain and simple in design. The adjustable surround angles feature appears helpful but we can not help but to feel it's a little gimmicky -- there exists a difficult time determining which setting is much better. One of the things that people enjoy may be the new Limiter function, which enables you to definitely keep your volume relatively high to pay attention for individuals actions (reduced volume) but will not blow your ear drums out whenever a RPG rocket (explosion-like volume levels) hits you hard. The seem seemed to be crisp and noisy once we completed our spec-op mission in the Turtle Beach gaming booth, in which the headset's noise-obstructing capabilities demonstrated to become particularly handy. Go to the gallery below for any close consider the $220 gaming headset set to be shown this quarter.

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