Reviews and Problems with Turtle Beach Ear Force M5
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Great budget gaming headset
3 weeks ago
Summary: I wasn't really sure what to expect out of these, and I've always had bad luck with headphones, so my actual expectations were pretty low. The main thing that drew me was the price. I've had them since the beginning of October, 2014, and I can safely say I'm very pleased. I've had nicer, more expensive headphones break in less time, and these are intact so far. The sound quality is pretty good, a bit above average.
Summary: My son who is a gamer wanted some of these. This pair broke where the earpiece swivels within 3 weeks so I don't know if there was just a flaw in his or if it's in all of them. They are pretty well made except for the plastic pins that hold the swivel in place.
Pair it with an RCA to 3.5mm female jack for consoles!
Arturo Reyes, Amazon
7 December 2014
Summary: Ive had these for two years and they are still going strong! I dont use them everyday. I mostly use them on my ps3 (through a receiver and previously through an RCA to 3.5mm female headphone jack adapter) and compared to other "gaming" headsets the price vs performance is fantastic. I can play for about 4 or 5 hours before I need a break from them so you know they are comfortable because other headphones i could only stand for 2 hrs max.
Summary: I've had these headphones for a while now and I love them! Their not the best but I would easily recommend them to anyone. What they lack in bass compared to the traditional turtle beach headset they make up for in clarity. I would never use these for gaming but for music on the go its great.
Summary: While the headphones are reasonably comfortable, especially for the price point the mic wasn't worth a penny. I have generally been told that Turtle Beaches are great headsets, but this is the first one I have ever gotten. I will admit to being impressed with the headphones' sound quality for the price but they seem to have spent all the budget there and left nothing for the mic At first it was somewhat annoying with some static, and poor pick-up range, but after a week...