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Offline Ray  
#1 Posted : Thursday, January 5, 2012 5:23:44 PM(UTC)
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Headsets at CES? Oh, yes. Turtle Beach, who largely remains unchallenged in the market, is choosing CES to launch a couple of new products. There's the Ear Force X42 Wireless Dolby® Surround Sound Xbox 360 Headset, Ear Force X32 Wireless Stereo Xbox 360 Headset, and replacements for the very popular Ear Force X31 and Ear Force X41 models, these headsets include new 2.4/5GHz dual-band Wi-Fi technology that actively navigates the wireless landscape in your home or office and finds the open bandwidth to eliminate interference with 2.4GHz wireless devices and LANs. With massive 50mm drivers, the X32/X42 headsets will not only outperform their predecessors, they represent the ultimate blend of value and wireless performance for Xbox gamers. The X32 will go for $99.95, and the X42 for $159.95. Details on the whole batch are below, but one thing is for sure: you won't be running out of options.

CES 2012: TURTLE BEACH ANNOUNCES NEW PRODUCTS SPANNING WIRELESS, MOBILE AND DOLBY SURROUND SOUND TECHNOLOGIES

Industry Leader Presents Newest Video Game Headset and Accessory Lineup at CES 2012, plus a Special Surprise Announcement January 10 on SpikeTV

Elmsford, NY, January 5, 2011 – Turtle Beach, the market leading pioneers of the console gaming headset category, today announced their line of new products being unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show this year. Cutting-edge technologies being introduced in these products range from new interference-reducing dual-band 2.4/5 GHz Wi-Fi RF wireless tech, customizable Dolby® Surround Sound speaker angles and a new line of mobile lifestyle headsets designed for gamers on the go. All newly announced Turtle Beach products will be available for demonstration along with the full product assortment, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall 1 – Booth #21327, during the International Consumer Electronics Show from January 10 to 13, 2012.

2012's product lineup follows another banner year in 2011 for the company; based on NPD data Turtle Beach is the number one gaming headsets/headphones company and the number one overall for third party console video gaming accessories based on dollar volume. Numerous awards and accolades were collected for its many new products in 2011 and the company is poised to deliver more "firsts" in 2012.

In addition to the products listed below, Turtle Beach and Spike TV will be hosting an exclusive new product reveal only available on the Spike TV "CES ALL ACCESS LIVE" show airing on Tuesday, January 10. Tune into "CES ALL ACCESS LIVE" during the 11:00 AM hour (PDT) to see the world exclusive reveal of the latest unannounced Turtle Beach product. Visit http://dialedin.com/mtvnetworks41/CES/Sizzle for more information about "CES ALL ACCESS LIVE", or check with your local cable provider to catch this year's biggest announcement in the gaming headset category.

New Console and PC Lineup

• Ear Force X42 Wireless Dolby® Surround Sound Xbox 360® Headset
• Ear Force X32 Wireless Stereo Xbox 360® Headset
• Replacements for the very popular Ear Force X31 and Ear Force X41 models, these headsets include new 2.4/5GHz dual-band Wi-Fi technology that actively navigates the wireless landscape in your home or office and finds the open bandwidth to eliminate interference with 2.4GHz wireless devices and LANs. With massive 50mm drivers, the X32/X42 headsets will not only outperform their predecessors, they represent the ultimate blend of value and wireless performance for Xbox gamers.
• Ear Force X32 MSRP: USD $99.95; Ear Force X42 MSRP: USD $159.95
• Availability TBA

• Ear Force DSS 2 Surround Sound Processor for Stereo Headsets
• The latest iteration of Turtle Beach's award winning Dolby® Surround Sound Processor (DSS), this updated model revolutionizes the surround sound experience with six variable speaker configurations, offering custom tuned angles to optimize the surround sound effect for any listener.
• DSS2 is sold alone, or bundled as part of several new Turtle Beach surround sound wired headset models, also debuting at CES.
• The Ear Force DSS2 is available now on the Turtle Beach website for USD $79.95

• Ear Force Z11 Wired Stereo PC Gaming Headset
• The latest addition to the Ear Force PC headset lineup, the Z11 brings an affordable, high-quality stereo experience to PC gamers, with acoustically angled 50mm drivers for rich audio and crystal clear communication.
• MSRP: USD $39.95
• Availability TBA

M-Series Mobile Lifestyle Headsets

Building on the success of their console and PC gaming product lines, Turtle Beach is introducing three new headsets designed specifically for gamers on the go. The M5 and M3 headsets, along with the M1 Earbuds, are engineered to deliver the same legendary audio quality found in all Turtle Beach gaming headsets, while providing compatibility with a broad range of smart phones, tablets and mobile gaming devices.

• Ear Force M5: Mobile Gaming Headset
• The M5 mobile gaming headset features high-fidelity 40mm audio drivers and full-sized, noise-isolating ear cups with breathable mesh cushions for enhanced comfort. The M5 delivers premium audio quality for gaming or listening to music. Features an in-line mic with call control in a sleek, compact design for hands-free calling and crystal clear communication.
• MSRP: USD $49.95
• Availability TBA

• Ear Force M3: Mobile Gaming Headset
• Designed for optimum portability, the M3 features a compact, fold-flat design for easy storage, while its comfortable noise-isolating ear cups and 40mm drivers deliver extreme comfort and high-fidelity audio. The M3 also includes an in-line mic for hands-free calling and online communication.
• MSRP: USD $39.95
• Availability TBA

• Ear Force M1: Mobile Gaming Earbuds with In-line Mic
• These noise-isolating earbuds are specially-designed for enhanced stability and comfort with an around-the-ear fit. They feature high-performance 10mm drivers with neodymium magnets that deliver a dynamic audio range with deep bass response and superior sound quality. The M1 also includes a sleek in-line mic and durable tangle-free braided cable.
• MSRP: USD $59.95
• Availability TBA

For more information on these an all Turtle Beach products, please visit www.turtlebeach.com.
Offline AKwyn  
#2 Posted : Thursday, January 5, 2012 8:25:32 PM(UTC)
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Turtle Beach offers very, very great products. I can't wait to see what they have to offer.

Offline Manduh  
#3 Posted : Friday, January 6, 2012 5:30:03 AM(UTC)
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We are huge Turtle Beach fans but they can get pretty heavy on the wallet. Mind you, their products are worth every penny in the end, they have excellent sound quality and durability! We always recommend them to anybody looking for gaming headsets for console use.

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#4 Posted : Saturday, January 7, 2012 4:53:22 AM(UTC)
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Yea my X41 is good, but has interference from wireless, so hopefully these updated headsets can route those interference signals, as i would get constant popping from the receiver and has to move my headset unit about 10 feet away to get a reliable signal, was very annoying. Other than the reduced bass response that I got from the headset, they have been very reliable.

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#5 Posted : Friday, April 29, 2016 4:21:12 AM(UTC)
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my past experience with them wasn't that great, I ended up with a broken usb audio card (very expensive one due to horrible design) and the support didn't offer a way to fix it... so the headphone was useless as it have a special din9 plug for 5.1 channels...

I hope they improved the quality and design of their new products to remain competitive as there many actors right now coming from crowdfunding and other Asian manufacturer who have amazing products at a very reasonable price.

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#6 Posted : Friday, April 29, 2016 6:52:00 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Anwar Ben Tanfous Go to Quoted Post
my past experience with them wasn't that great, I ended up with a broken usb audio card (very expensive one due to horrible design) and the support didn't offer a way to fix it... so the headphone was useless as it have a special din9 plug for 5.1 channels...

I hope they improved the quality and design of their new products to remain competitive as there many actors right now coming from crowdfunding and other Asian manufacturer who have amazing products at a very reasonable price.

Hub, guess I am not the only one with problems with their headsets lel

Offline Sim_8_3  
#7 Posted : Tuesday, May 3, 2016 12:20:23 AM(UTC)
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I haven't tried their headsets yet, I will in the future though, I"m curious to see how they compare to the old Senhiesers I still have from like 6 years ago.
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#8 Posted : Tuesday, May 3, 2016 7:41:54 AM(UTC)
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I haven't tried their headsets yet, I will in the future though, I"m curious to see how they compare to the old Senhiesers I still have from like 6 years ago.

Well, the headsets in the article are 4 years old...

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