Xbox 360 Gaming Headset Ear Force X12 Turtle Beach

Xbox 360 Ear Force X12 Wired Gaming Headset - GameStop

Turtle Beach - Ear Force X12 Amplified Stereo Gaming Headset - Xbox 360

$4.36
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  • The $70 Ear Force X12 is Turtle Beach's most popular headset, and it's easy to see why. It's relatively inexpensive, and delivers good sound without many complications. On the whole, it's comparable to the : a low-cost, well-designed headset that's a steadfast companion for games and music alike. Both headsets perform well for a low price, but the Ear Force X12 has a much longer cord and generally plays nicer with consoles.

    I bought the X12 turtle beach headset in hope that I could
    use it not only with pc or console gaming, but also as a high quality headset
    for talking on the road from my cell phone. The headset is said to require usb
    power for use, but I figured that I could work around that problem. (I had seen
    headphones my size (with 50 mm speakers) driven only by the audio source
    without an amplifier in the past).

  • I bought the X12 turtle beach headset in hope that I could
    use it not only with pc or console gaming, but also as a high quality headset
    for talking on the road from my cell phone. The headset is said to require usb
    power for use, but I figured that I could work around that problem. (I had seen
    headphones my size (with 50 mm speakers) driven only by the audio source
    without an amplifier in the past).

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