Turtle Beach has enjoyed a year of tremendous growth in its stock due to sales of its critically acclaimed gaming headsets. Esports has been a huge boon to Turtle Beach and it isn’t slowing down.
Turtle Beach has a standout lineup to close out the year, starting with the headliner (get it?) Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp headset and supported by a host of PC and console headsets.
“Turtle Beach’s year-over-year success stems from our ability to consistently design the widest assortment of high-quality products that empower a diverse audience of gamers,” said Juergen Stark, CEO of Turtle Beach.
So let’s look at the impressive line up that has something for everyone.
Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp Pro Performance Gaming Audio System
The Elite Pro packs all the best Turtle Beach technology for the best possible audio and chat experience.
Custom tuned 50mm Nanoclear drivers for SuperHuman Hearing, Pro-gaming Mic with TruSpeak, AeroFit Ear Cushions with ProSpec and a mobile app with which to easily control all this goodness.
The Elite Pro is built for the Xbox One and PS4 and is definitely best-in-class as far as gaming headsets go.
The Elite Pro 2+ SuperAmp retails for AUD $349.95.
The Atlas Family for the PC master race
Turtle Beach hasn’t forgotten PC gamers. They do in fact have three headsets designed specifically for PC use but all of which can still work with consoles and mobile devices if you so choose.
Elite Atlas Pro
The Elite Atlas is the big boy of Turtle Beach’s PC headset family. Designed for ultimate esports performance and comfort. Although built for PC, it will work with consoles and mobile devices via 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Elite Atlas sells exclusively at JB Hi-Fi for RRP AUD $199.5
Atlas Three Amplified PC Gaming Headset
Another headset designed mainly for PC gamers, The Atlas Three brings amplified surround sound via Windows Sonic for that greater immersion. A flip-up mic for easy stowage and glasses friendly ProSpecs design.
The Atlas Three retails for AUD $129.95.
Atlas One PC Gaming Headset
The last born sibling of the Atlas family, the Atlas One makes some compromises to allow for its budget price. However, it still features comfortable ear cushions, a flip-up mic and amplified Windows Sonic sound.
As with it’s bigger siblings, you can use the Atlas with other consoles or devices that have 3.5mm output.
The Atlas One retails for AUD $89.95
Stealth 300 Amplified Gaming Headset
Unlike the highly rated Stealth 600 and 700, the Stealth 300 Amplified Gaming Headset loses wireless connection in favour of more affordable wired one.
Amplified sound comes with four audio EQ presets including Bass Boost, Signature Sound, Bass and Treble Boost, and Vocal Boost. Add in a flip up mic and you have a winner.
The Stealth 300 retails for AUD $129.95
Recon 200 Amplified Gaming Headset
If you watch DrDisRespect then you’ve likely seen the Recon 200’s sitting on his noggin.
“The Recon 200 is a bass-boosted, shatter-your-skull, extremely tactical headset built to take you to the next level,” said DrDisRespect.
Touting enhanced bass and crystal-clear chat through a flip-up mic, the Recon 200 is another Multiplatform headset that will work well with all consoles.
The Recon 200 retails for AUD $99.95
For more information on Turtle Beach products and accessories, visit https://au.turtlebeach.com