The official headphones of Major League Gaming has high-end headphones for core gamers and even more casual fans.
Turtle Beach is showcasing its new high-end wireless and SEVEN Series wired gaming headsets at CES 2013 in Las Vegas at South Hall 1 – Booth #20618 from January 8 to 11, 2013. The new line-up reinforces Turtle Beach’s commitment to portability – headsets that are designed to work across consoles, PCs and mobile devices – and represents a strategic expansion in the PC and mobile categories. All of Turtle Beach’s gaming headsets feature the sound quality and comfort that have made the company No. 1 in the industry.
Ear Force XP510 for Xbox and Ear Force PX51 for PlayStation3
Already the best-selling premium wireless headset company, two new models expand Turtle Beach’s high-end for wireless gaming. Featuring Turtle Beach’s proprietary digital signal processor (DSP), Dolby Digital surround sound, Dual Band Wi-Fi for an interference-free connection, a rechargeable lithium polymer battery and Bluetooth technology, the Ear Force XP510 and Ear Force PX51 are the most technologically advanced headsets ever designed for console that are also perfect for gaming, movies and music on mobile devices. XP510 MSRP $289.99; Availability Q1 2013
With Bluetooth enabling cable-free wireless chat, the Ear Force XP510 and PX51 headsets allow gamers to take phone calls and stream music easily. Immersive Dolby Digital surround sound while playing games or watching movies ensures an audio experience that rivals even the highest-end home theater sound system. Powered by a rechargeable battery with a 15 hour lifespan, these headsets deliver signal processed sound for uncompromised audio across any entertainment scenario. These two models continue the evolution of a new breed of wireless gaming headset that serves as the ultimate “secret weapon” in the arsenal of serious gamers seeking unmatched audio quality, sonic control and a competitive advantage.