I was lucky enough to get to stop by the Turtle Beach booth at PAX and check out some of the latest and greatest that they are getting ready to release. Our friends at Turtle Beach are all over this modern warfare3 thing like it’s gonna be a big deal or something. OK! OK! It is a big thing SHEEEEEESH.
Ok back to Turtle Beach, They are releasing 4 new headsets in the Ear Force series. Here’s a rundown of what I got to see before you muahahahahahaha, but now you get to see them because it’s on the internet.Thanks for stealing my thunder internet THANKS A LOT!
Ear Force DELTA
Ear Force BRAVO
Ear Force CHARLIE
Ear Force FOXTROT
I linked all these so you don’t have to scroll through allthe headset specs…you're welcome.
The Delta is the top of the line uber-badass edition with Bluetoothintegration, custom sound settings done by the experts, and 7.1 surround sound.I didn’t get to test things out but you can bet your sweet bippy they are going to be excellent in quality and sound. These sweet little gems are for Xbox and PS3.
One step down from the Delta is the Bravo, these are close to the x41’s but are more durable and have a sweet re design to give it more ofthat military I am a Special Ops badass feel. Turtle Beach has also redesigned the microphone, not only did it seem more durable it looked like it would stayin place better.
Right under the Bravo offering is Charlie. All the same great stuff as the Bravo, its just wired. Don’t let that stop you though, if you don’t need a wireless solution I would get these. Solid mic and great feel on the headband as well as comfortable pads. They are like ear pillows that enclose all the awesome and keep out all the annoying.
Finally, the “entry level” offering the Foxtrot, these badboys aren’t the Deltas but they get it done. The biggest things that I noticed were that the Foxtrots have a downgraded headband, and ear pillows but they are still big on sound. They don’t block out the annoying as well as the other offerings but if you don’t need to block out anything these are your way to go. The only headset not usable on the PC is the Delta, the rest of the headsets are usable on PS3,Xbox, or PC. Don't forget to check out the other great offerings that Turtle Beach has to offer. When it comes to game audio these guys are on point.