NEWS - Tuesday, August 22, 2017


Turtle Beach Announces New Recon Camo Multiplatform Gaming Headset

Turtle Beach unveiled the new Recon Camo multiplatform gaming headset for console gamers to enjoy. Additionally, the Recon Camo’s standard 3.5mm connection makes it great for using with PC, Mac® and eve mobile/tablet devices.

 

With films like Dunkirk and the upcoming game Call of Duty: World War II on the horizon, clearly a collective fascination for World War II has re-emerged, and the Recon Camo  incorporates the style of the era with its evocative camouflage and military green design.The headset is said to produce richer, louder and more precise game audio thanks to its large, high-quality 50mm speakers with over 50% more surface area compared to the 40mm drivers found in other similarly priced headsets. The Recon Camo is built on one of Turtle Beach’s fan-favorite designs with a comfortable yet durable frame, and features Turtle Beach’s renowned high-sensitivity mic to deliver the essential crystal clear chat needed to secure victory on the multiplayer battlefield. The Recon Camo will be available this fall at participating retailers for a MSRP of $69.95 (USD).

Full details on Turtle Beach’s new Recon Camo multiplatform gaming headset include:

Rugged, Comfortable Design

  • The Recon Camo has a thick, rugged and robust frame with a breathable fabric-wrapped headband and matching ear cushions that allow you to play for hours in complete comfort.

Surround Sound Ready for Xbox One 

  • The Recon Camo is surround sound ready for Windows Sonic for Headphones on Xbox One so you can experience your games, movies and music with deeper immersion.

Large 50mm Speakers 

  • Hear every crisp high and thundering low with these large, high-quality 50mm over-ear speakers. With 56% more surface area than 40mm drivers, you get deeper, more immersive sound that is clearer and louder.

Crystal Clear Chat 

  • Turtle Beach’s renowned high-sensitivity mic picks up your voice loud and clear, and can be removed when watching movies or listening to music.

Convenient In-line Controls 

  • Convenient in-line controls place Master Volume and Mic Mute right at your fingertips.

We where at XBA think that this is a great looking entry level headset that is worth a close look for Xbox Gamers wantinga new and affordable headset to use.


Source: Press Release/YouTube

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