Reviews and Problems with Turtle Beach Ear Force X12
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Great Sounding Headset!
Tom N., Newegg
1 week ago
Pros: I wear these mainly at night when I'm gaming because of thin walls in my house. They sound great to me. No problems. Like any pair of headphones they take a little while to get use to wearing especially if you have never worn gaming headphones at all or for long periods of time
Cons: Cords are a bit excessively long. If my computer was a distance away that would be understandable, or if I were to run the cords through the walls to hide them. Otherwise great headphones for the price
Summary: I've had these things for around 2 years and I've only ever been happy with them. I'm not rough on my equipment, but I'm not super delicate with it either, and these have held up without a single issue. Very comfortable, there are few headsets I can stand wearing for extended periods, but these are one of them. The sound quality is better than expected for a $60 set, lots of low end, kinda flat on the back end.
Pros: - Good sound quality. - Clear microphone. - Long cord. - Durable. - Very comfortable.
Summary: As a precursor I will say that I've had a pair of X-11s for over 5years which worked great up until the left ear cup snapped off. So over the past year I purchased a pair of the wireless XP-510s thinking they would be much better. They not only sounded terrible but their incoming chat functions were not adjustable so they were absolutely horrendous to use.
Summary: my overall review of this product is it performs well when gaming but does get slightly uncomfortable when doing so, but when using them for just listening to music/watching a movie, they sound fantastic, and it justify s for the price.
Summary: While I didn't like the fact I had to buy a separate adapter for the Xbox I must say the sound quality of these headphones is nothing short of awesome. It is indeed a true stereo quality sound.