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Turtle Beach's Elite Pro 2 and Superamp Now Available

Turtle Beach’s flagship Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp Pro  for Xbox One have finally started hitting retail stores. Developed in collaboration with top pro esports teams, including OpTic Gaming, Splyce, and the Houston Outlaws, the Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp is said to deliver a perfect balance of amplified professional-grade sound, unmatched build quality and comfort, and groundbreaking mobile app-based controls. 

 

The Elite Pro 2 headset’s audio performance is driven by Turtle Beach’s signature esports-tuned 50mm Nanoclear speakers paired with a removable high-sensitivity noise-cancelling mic with TruSpeak technology for crystal-clear communication with teammates. The Elite Pro 2 headset also sports a sleek and durable metal headband with a suspended pad, Turtle Beach’s patented ProSpecs™ glasses friendly design, and magnetic AeroFit cooling gel-infused memory foam ear cushions featuring athletic sport fabric and synthetic leather working together to block out external noise while keeping players cool and comfortable under fire. Additionally, easily swappable magnetic deco plates allow players to customize their Elite Pro 2, with an assortment of deco plate designs planned to be available for purchase this holiday season.

Next up, the Elite SuperAmp offers an entirely new way for players to control their game audio. This one-dial gaming audio controller provides powerful amplified Windows Sonic for Headphones surround sound on Xbox One and connects via Bluetooth® to the Turtle Beach Audio Hub mobile app on Android or iOS devices where gamers can adjust a variety of settings. When connected to the Audio Hub app on their mobile device, players will be able to instantly control features like Game and Chat Audio Mix, Variable Mic Monitoring, Dynamic Chat Boost Superhuman Hearing™ and other audio EQ presets, including Bass Boost. There are also controls for the SuperAmp’s LED color and lighting mode, and streaming-specific audio settings as well.

We’ve been using a pair for a couple of weeks, and at this juncture, can say this is one of the best headsets we may have used for gaming to date. We will have our review up quite soon, so feel free to keep an eye out for it.


Source: Press Release

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