Amazing gaming headsets you will love
Looking for amazing gaming headsets? Then check out our pick of the best from Turtle Beach
Turtle Beach Titanfall Ear Force Atlas
The Titanfall Ear Force Atlas from Turtle Beach is the official gaming headset for Titanfall (buy from Tesco Direct), the multi-award-winning next-gen shooter.
As well as delivering high-quality audio tuned for Xbox One, there’s an inline amplifier for Xbox 360 and PC gamers, chat and game volume mix controls, plus Mic Monitor that lets you hear your voice in the cans even when things get loud and shooty.
Turtle Beach Ear Force PX4
Optimised for PlayStation 4 but compatible with PS3, and Xbox 360 too, The Turtle Beach Ear Force PX4 gives you up to 15 hours of crystal clear, wireless game and console audio per charge.
It features stunning Dolby Digital Surround Sound, plus dual-band wireless for interference-free audio that’s as clear as a bell, whatever’s going down on screen, whether you’re leading an assault, watching a Blu-ray or checking out Netflix.
Turtle Beach Ear Force XO Four
The Turtle Beach Ear Force XO4 is designed for Xbox One, with high-quality audio to upgrade your experience whether you’re listening to Bastille, playing games or watching the latest blockbusters or boxsets.
XO4 gives you crisp, clear audio and microphone clarity, meaning you won’t miss a thing whenever you chew the fat with friends and family on Skype or affectionately trash talk your mates on Xbox LIVE.
Turtle Beach Ear Force XO Seven
This high-performance, tournament-grade Xbox One gaming headset from Turtle Beach packs premium 50mm Neodymium speaker drivers, and noise-isolating memory foam ear cushions.
It delivers high-quality, wireless-to-the-console audio and chat with Xbox One, whatever the source, and features game and chat volume mix controls.
You can even swap out the mic for a mobile cable to enjoy XO SEVEN’s crystal sound with mobile devices, too.
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