Today's the day a lot of white consoles and accessories are being announced. Aside from Microsoft, Turtle Beach is the other manufacturer which unveiled a new headset with a "Robot White" look. The "Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp Pro Performance Gaming Audio Systems" for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 bring style, comfort, and phenomenal sound quality to consumers. Before you ask, the headset really is called the Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp Pro Performance Gaming Audio Systems.
According to the company, launching September 16, 2018 at participating retailers in North America, and on October 8 in the United Kingdom and Europe, the Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp will be available for $249.95 at retailers like Amazon and GameStop. The Xbox One version is white which complements the newly-announced white Xbox One X and white Xbox Elite Controller. The PlayStation 4 version comes in black.
The Elite Pro 2 is built with esports-tuned 50 mm speakers paired with a removable mic. The headset also sports a sleek and durable metal headband with a suspended pad. Best of all, the design is glasses-friendly so you don't have to switch to contact lenses when you're gaming. If you want to customize your headset, the Elite Pro 2 features swappable magnetic decoration plates which will be available during the holiday season.
Turtle Beach is known for reliable gaming headsets and if you want one that's going to last you years, then be sure to consider the Elite Pro 2.
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New contender on the block. Personally, I've always preferred Astros to anything Turtle Beach has put out. These do look better than previous "Beaches" and that amp looks cool too. It would be interesting to experience how these actually sound and see if they have built-in Dolby Spatial Sound as well.
Are these not wireless like the first iteration Elite Pros?? On the product page, I see mention of plugging then into the "Amp," and then there's the pics. Half of the pics show them with a cable, and I didnt notice any mention specifically using the words "wired" OR "wireless," unless I missed it. I was all set to preorder but wired will not do.
Nope. The photos have the cord so they're wired.
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