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Turtle Beach Taking Headsets To The Next Level, With The Elite Pro Tournament Headset


Competitive gaming is massive right now, so much so that kids see it these days as an actual career path, which still blows my mind. Truth be told it will always be something I never get, but that's just because I'm old. Turtle Beach however are all over it like a rash, and are looking to make a headset available to all gamers that looks to have the edge in things you never knew a headset actually needed until now.

The Elite Pro Tournament headset will set you back £169.99 on the Turtle Beach website, and you can pre-order the headset from May 24th. This pro headset offers the following things for your cash.

  • ComforTec™ Fit System - A revolutionary adjustment system for truly personalized comfort.


  • Aerofit™ Ear Cushions - Groundbreaking material technologies combine to deliver cooling comfort, better sound and passive noise isolation.


  • ProSpecs™ Glasses Relief System - Patented technology alleviates ear cushion pressure for gamers who wear glasses.


  • Pro Gaming Microphone with TruSpeak™ Technology - Professional grade microphone provides effortless communication with your squad.


  • 50mm Nanoclear™ Speakers - Turtle Beach’s signature audio tuning delivers immersive game sound and crystal clear team chat.


  • Circuit Pro™ Cable System - Quickly connect the Elite Pro headset to all Elite Pro accessories through one easy, universal connection.
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