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Date: October 13th, 2005
Article by: Jeff Caldwell (Hardware Reviewer)

Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Turtle Beach
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PRODUCT CONCLUSIONS & AFTERTHOUGHTS



I'm going to be honest, when I was told I was reviewing these headphones I had no idea who Turtle Beach was. This was a mistake on my part for sure, as these headphones are great quality for a decent price point.


The quality was good, the microphone had clarity, and the subwoofers actually rumbled your head a bit. I do have a bit of a hate for the power adapter that is required. I know in reality, you can not get the power of a subwoofer without an external power source but they could have at least made the power adapter a little smaller.


These headphones are definitely worth the money spent on them.

 

Pros


- Great Sound Quality

- Nice Design

- Ears feel like they can breathe

- Microphone clarity

 

Cons


- Microphone arm slumps

- Distorts at very high volumes (expected with most headphones)

 

 

If you have any further questions about this set of surround headphones, please feel free to post them in our friendly forums HERE .

 

 


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