Turtle Beach unveils Ear Force PX3 and Z6A Gaming Headsets


Headsets specialist Turtle Beach has unveiled their latest gamers-oriented creations, the PX3 Programmable Wireless Stereo Headset and the Z6A Multi-Speaker Surround Sound Headset.

The Ear Force PX3 model is Turtle Beach’s first headset which is equipped with rechargeable battery pack, promising over 10 hours of game play. It features lightweight, circumaural ear cup design and has 50mm speakers inside. The headset is primarily designed for Sony PS3 , but is also compatible and with Xbox 360 and PC/Mac. The new model is like a little brother of Ear Force PX5 and comes preloaded with 18 interchangeable audio presets and also with option for additional audio presets which can be downloaded from the Turtle Beach website. The PX3 also includes features like the Sonic Lens with Sound Field Expander that widens or narrows the sound field to focus on specific frequencies and Ear Guard with Blast Limiter technology, which limits the intensity of deafening sounds. Available this summer for $149.95.

Ear Force PX3 headset

The Ear Force Z6A are designed for PC, but are also XBOX 360 compatible with an optional cable kit. You will enjoy 3D positional, 5.1 surround sound thanks to four premium speakers in each ear cup, plus dual 40mm subwoofers, all powered by a 5.1 channel amplifier with bass enhancement and giving you independent control for all 5.1 audio channels. The front and surround speakers in the Z6A are acoustically angled for more accurately pinpoint sounds than conventional flat speakers. The headset is USB powered, has oversized mesh ear cushions for comfortable long gaming sessions and also offers a quick disconnect feature for easy detach, without having to unplug the 5.1 outputs from your computer.

Z6A Multi Speaker Surround Sound Headset

The Turtle Beach Ear Force Z6A will retail for $99.95 this summer.

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