Reviews and Problems with Turtle Beach Ear Force XP Seven
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Turtle Beach Ear Force XP Seven Review
2 March 2013
Conclusion: The XP Seven is everything you’d expect from Turtle Beach’s top offering. In its pursuit of the ultimate professional gaming headset, the company has produced a serious tool for autonomous home entertainment. Movies, music and gaming all benefit from the XP Seven’s potent mix of clarity and power. If you’re looking for a simple strap-on-and-go headset without the clutter of wires, the Astro A50 or Turtle Beach’s XP 500 may be more your style.
Pros: Smooth, warm tone, Clear detail, Immense depth and dimension, Feature packed audio control, Cross platform connection, Solid construction and design
Cons: Virtual surround less immersive than some competing models, No wireless connectivity, Slight lack of clarity in the top end
Excerpt: Today we will be taking a look at the Turtle Beach Ear Force XP Seven, aimed at professional gamers and enthusiasts alike. Packed with features such as customizable presets, an Audio Control Unit, adjustable surround sound angles, Dolby surround and even auxiliary input, Turtle Beach claims these headphones offer “the ultimate in game tournament and lifestyle performance”. These headphones come in at a hefty $279.95 or around £185 pounds inc vat.