Reviews and Problems with Turtle Beach Ear Force P21
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Decent headset for the price
High Roller, Amazon
25 March 2013
Summary: My P11's broke so I decided to give these a try. Overall, pretty good headset. Fit is pretty snug, the P11's felt a bit oversized in comparison. Sound is pretty good on these despite being stereo headsets.
Summary: Bought for my wife and I to use as we are up at different times and she doesn't care to hear machine gun fire. Very easy to hook up and I already had an external speaker for our tv as we bought our LCD 2 years ago and didn't come with the best speakers; so I put the speaker pick ups on the audio out...
Summary: First of all, the sound people have been complaining about only happens when you raise the chat volume. It is very noticeable when it is much higher but I do not put my chat volume over the game volume.
Summary: I've always used a bluetooth headset with my PS3 and my home theater. If you've spent any time online, you know how frustrating hearing someone else's home theater through the TV can be. I read mostly positive reviews about the P21 and thought I would give them a try. Talk about a game changer.
Summary: I bought these for my PC and my 360...odd, I know, considering they are designed with a PS3 in mind. The reason I went with these is because they have a quite a few features that you can't get with the XBOX headset from Turtle Beach at this price point (the X11's).
Hissing Has A Workaround (This is for the new PX21, not the P21)
3 January 2012
Summary: I have to start with the hissing concerns. Because there is hope. The hissing is a very real issue. As the volume is turned up on the cable, hissing becomes more pronounced, as does an electronic whine.
Summary: Bottom line: worth the price, and the sound quality is better than I expected. I've used these for a few extended-hour sessions, and I have no major complaints. They are light and relatively comfortable even after several hours.
Summary: Ok, getting to it, the PX21 headset is awesome... for the money you pay. Now, I'm not saying that in a negative way. It's just the truth. Retailed at $79.99 it's a hell of a deal for a headset with the name Turtle Beach on it, with the capabilities of sound AND chat on both the PS3 and Xbox 360 (and...
Summary: Before buying this headset I read a lot of reviews. Most of them agreed, giving good scores. I just recently noticed that the price dropped $20 (I bought it when it was around $80) and I thought "it will be a good idea writing about this headset", you know in case you were still having thoughts.
Summary: I read several reviews and people's comments on this headset, most of them were highly negative or extremely positive. I was hesitant to spend sixty-plus dollars on a headset if I wasn't absolutely sure they were what I needed.