Reviews and Problems with Turtle Beach Ear Force Bravo
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Great headset for playing while the baby sleeps.
11 October 2015
Summary: If you don't like call of Duty, these are the PX3 model with COD branding on them. The battery lasts forever, and the recharge cord is SUPER long, so you can play while they charge from your kitchen if you wanted to.
Summary: i got this as a birthday present, and so far nearly perfect. i play alot of call of duty, and on the right preset, it accumulates the perfect footstep-gunfire, explosion, etc, ratio. my only problem is that the mic is pretty insensitive.
Summary: Really nice for wireless headset, and at about $70 it's a steal, there is no better deal in a headset right now that I can find. I have not any negative issues with the headset except the sound profiles (ie.
Summary: Okay, first off, the only reason this didn't earn 5 stars is because of one simple issue: If you're playing with other people who are on headsets, chances are you're going to sound way too loud over voice chat.
Summary: Overall this is a pretty good headset. It works very well and the sound comes through very clearly. The only downsize is after wearing it for an extended period of time, the head starts to hurt above your ears.
Summary: I bought these for my husband, we had some difficulty initially hooking them up, and it was a bit of a pain transferring them between xbox and playstation systems so he uses them for one system and another headset for the other.
Summary: I wanted to have something I can use daily and not break on me. That way I can store away later as a collectable. The first one I got did not work due to some manufacturing defective cable. The replacement just wore down over time.