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Turtle Beach Ear Force XP Seven Review

As the official licensed headset of the MLG Pro Circuit, Turtle Beach’s XP Seven headset is under pressure to deliver. And it does, big time. With spectacular sound and even more spectacular custom controls, Turtle Beach’s flagship is a winner. See Full Review »

Our Score 9
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PlayStation Gold review

  • Clear, powerful sound
  • Convincing virtual surround
  • Comfy, lightweight design
  • Affordable
  • Lacks deep detail
  • Dialog can sound nasal
Our Score 8.5
User Score 0

Turtle Beach Ear Force i30 review

  • Great noise cancelling
  • Solid Bluetooth connection
  • Solid bass and well-resolved treble
  • Lots of extras
  • Not as dynamic as we’d like
  • Only one color
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Turtle Beach Ear Force i60 review

  • Handy desktop control module
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless at home and on…
  • Class-leading surround capabilities
  • Solid sound quality
  • Hidden microphone
  • Lack some dynamic expression
  • Style may not suit everyone
  • Pricey
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Turtle Beach Ear Force XP510 Review

  • Warm, smooth low end
  • Brilliant upper register
  • Accurate, immersive sound stage
  • Feature packed
  • Dual console connection
  • Extremely comfortable
  • Occasional Bluetooth connection issues
  • Annoyingly sensitive auto shutoff
  • Mediocre call quality
  • Complex setup/EQ customization
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Turtle Beach Ear Force XP Seven Review

  • Smooth, warm tone
  • Clear detail
  • Immense depth and dimension
  • Feature packed audio control
  • Cross platform connection
  • Solid construction and design
  • Virtual surround less immersive than some…
  • No wireless connectivity
  • Slight lack of clarity in the top end
Our Score 9
User Score 0

Tritton Kunai Review

  • Excellent balance
  • Clear tone and timbre
  • Ergonomic design
  • Music and gaming compliant
  • Extremely affordable
  • Ground hum when amplified
  • Lack of depth
  • Analog connection requires purchase of analog PS3…
Our Score 8
User Score 4

PDP Afterglow Review

  • Wide stereo sound
  • Big, well-defined bass
  • Good clarity and balance
  • Affordable
  • Feature packed
  • Lack of depth and definition
  • Some distortion issues
  • Strange fit for some head shapes
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Astro A50 Review

  • Immersive virtual sound environment
  • Pristine clarity
  • Comfortable design
  • Great balance
  • Slightly bright treble
  • EQ switch doesn’t deliver
Our Score 9
User Score 10

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