Fed up with all the co-branded MW3 gaming gear? No? Then you’ll be happy to read about Turtle Beach’s Call of Duty: MW3 Ear Force Bravo Limited Edition headset.
Yup, it sports MW3 insignias on the ear cups and a Call of Duty embossed headband. But Turtle Beach didn’t let that overshadow the tech found inside. First off, they’ve packed in 50mm drivers. To provide some perspective, most head cans are built with 40mm drivers. That means this headset should pump out some serious thump to your dome. But that’s not all this gaming headset has to offer.
Hit Turtle Beach’s website and you can download up to 18 presets that influence the game’s audio, allowing you to enhance enemy foot steps or reduce the intensity of explosions on the fly. A built-in boom mic automatically eliminates background noise and lets you toggle between a microphone monitor option if you want to hear what you’re saying to your fellow combatants.
RF connectivity means that you can take your audio experience wireless, which by the way can deliver CD quality sound for up to 10 hours on the rechargeable battery (charges via USB). In the event that the battery pack does die, despite it having an auto shut off option, you can plug in this headset using the included 3.5mm cord while you juice up the battery. There is also an AUX input for adding music to your COD audio experience, which will seamlessly blend in with the game audio. Fire up Spotify on your iPhone, crank up your favorite sound track and you’ll be in gaming audio nirvana.
The Turtle Beach Call of Duty: MW3 Ear Force Bravo Limited Edition headset is compatible with the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. It’s available now for $170.
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