Turtle Beach To Unveil New Products At CES 2012 Tomorrow

January 9, 2012, By Christian Davis

The leading company in gaming headsets will have quite an appearance at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) this year with their unveiling of seven brand new products. Turtle Beach’s products this year will span from new interference-reducing dual-band 2.4/5 GHz Wi-Fi RF wireless tech, customizable Dolby Surround Sound speaker angles and a new line of mobile lifestyle headsets designed for gamers on the go. If you’re thinking about getting a new headset anytime this year, you may want to take a long hard look at Turtle Beach because they are going to have some great things coming down the pipeline. So what products are going to be making an appearance at CES 2012?

First we’ve got the Ear Force X42 Wireless Dolby Surround Sound Xbox 360 Headset and the Ear Force X32 Wireless Stereo Xbox 360 Headset. These headsets may look familiar to you because  they are updated versions of the popular Ear Force X31 and Ear Force X41 headsets.  Turtle Beach has upgraded these and made them both wireless with the inclusion of the 2.45/5 GHz dual band Wi-Fi technology. If you’re sick of cords, then these are definitely the way to go.









The X32 will cost $99.95 while the X42 will run for $159.95.

The next product that you’ll see at CES 2012 will be the Ear Force DSS 2 Surround Sound Processor for Stereo Headsets. This device will change the way your Turtle Beach wireless headset works by offering six variable speaker configurations, in turn, offering the listener custom tuned angles to enhance and maximize the surround sound effect.

The DSS2 will cost $79.95 as a stand alone product or will be bundled with other wireless headsets being unveiled at CES.

This next headset is the PC specific Ear Force z11. The wired headset will give gamers high quality sound with it’s 50mm drivers at an affordable price as well.

The z11’s will run for $39.95.

The following group of headsets are for the gamer on the go. These new headsets for your mobile devices are said to have the same quality as the PC and console counterparts and will work with just about any mobile device you throw at them. Just in time for the PSVita owners out there.

The Earforce M5 and M3 mobile headphones are pretty similar in specs and price. Both have 40mm drivers and noise cancelling headphones though the M5 is a full sized headset while the M3 is more compact and has a fold flat design which makes storage easier. Both heads also come with an in-line mic for making hands free calls.

The M5 will cost $49.95 while the M3 will be priced at $39.95








The Earforce M1’s are earbud headsets which many will be more accustomed to. They have 10mm drives and promise dynamic audio range and deep bass response.

These earbuds will cost you $59.95.

Anyone plan on picking any of these headphones up? When they’re released sometime this year? Let us know in the comments below.

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