Tag: gaming headsets

Turtle Beach acquires PC peripheral company Roccat

Headset company Turtle Beach is expanding into gaming peripherals. The company announced yesterday that it has acquired mouse and keyboard manufacture Roccat. The deal gives Turtle Beach access to a market of hardware enthusiasts who spend a lot of money. Roccat makes the Vulcan keyboard, which features its own Titan mechanical switches. The terms of […]

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Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2 review — Innovating high-end gaming headsets

One of my favorite headsets ever was the Turtle Beach Elite Pro. Specifically, I dug the Elite Pro PC Edition that had the built-in USB connector. By swapping out the included mic for a noise-cancelling upgrade, I had a really decent headset that was excellent for communicating and even for recording voice. The Elite Pro […]

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HyperX Cloud Mix review — A great headset for daily use

Computer component company Kingston started its HyperX gaming brand years ago, and it has earned a reputation for building great peripherals like its Cloud headsets. But as great as the HyperX Cloud Flight, Cloud Stinger, and Cloud Alpha all are, none of them would work well as your daily headphones. HyperX is now attempting to […]

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Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2 is a followup to one of my favorite headsets

Up until recently, the headset I used the most often while playing games was the Turtle Beach Elite Pro. I liked the PC Edition, which plugged directly into the PC with a USB cable. But I had to stop using mine because I damaged the microphone jack, which created some loud static when I would try […]

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