Turtle Beach “Ear Force X32” Gaming Headset Review

POSTED BY GSEG GhOsT February 15, 2013 in Gaming Gear ReviewsThe #GSEG Clan, Xbox, Xbox 360,
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Review:

One of the biggest complaints as a gamer is the sound quality that comes from the basic xbox headset.  You know the one I am talking about… the single  ear peace with the less than adequate mic that tends to drop half of your conversations when speaking to those fools in the game lobbies.  Its pretty ridiculous.  This being the case has caused the GSEG clan to keep elevate its gaming experience and get clan members set with only the highest quality sound gear in the game.  There are several different options when it comes to headsets and we spend a lot of time researching great options.  Which leads us to the Turtle Beach X32 headset.

Pro’s:

Wireless-  A great feature for those that are tired of tripping over their wired headsets and still want that crisp clear Turtle Beach sound.

Auxiliary Input:  If you are solo gaming or just need a some beats pumping in the background while you lay siege on your opponent.

Audio Presets: Built in preset EQ. It gets the job done with four different settings.

Con’s:

Not Bluetooth: Some gamers enjoy Bluetooth. So far we have not found a completely Bluetooth controller that gives better as good or better sound that those that are wired to the controller. But when we do we’ll let you know.

Official Info:

2.4/5GHZ Dual-Band Wi-Fi – Selects the optimum frequency in the 2.4GHz/5GHz spectrums, virtually eliminating interference

Digital RF Wireless Game Sound – Uncompressed digital audio signal provides CD-quality game sound

Amplified Audio – Enhances game sounds for a more immersive experience

Equalizer (EQ) Presets – Multiple EQ presets including bass and treble boost combination

Sound Field Expander Presets – Boost the sound levels on the left and right sides for better tactical accuracy

50 mm speakers; 2.4/5GHz Dual-Band Wi-Fi

Auxiliary Input

Dynamic Chat Boost; Microphone Monitor

Multiple Audio Presets with amplified audio

Wireless Digital Game Sound

Final Thoughts:

It’s not the most expensive, high tech headset on the market but that’s not what it was designed to be.  What the Turtle Beach Earforce X32 is meant to be is a solid, no frills attached, High quality wireless headset that is weighted nicely and gets the job done night after night. We do recommend this affordable headset to all entry and mid-level gaming setups, but would recommend you checking out the Tritton Primer Wireless Stereo Headset first! For $20 less you will get the same quality sound, but where Trittion shines above Turtle Beach is solid customer support for gamers and that is truly the bottom line for us when looking for the best gaming gear available!

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