Turtle Beach Ear Force PX24 Multi-Format Gaming Headset Review
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
The latest headset from Turtle Beach is here at last! The market may be packed with brands and products right now, but from a consumer perspective, it never hurts to have more choice. The PX24 is certainly an appealing product, not only because it comes from a well-known brand name, but because it promises exceptional value for money that simply cannot be ignored.
“The Ear Force ® PX24 is a multiplatform gaming headset featuring Turtle Beach’s innovative Ear Force SuperAmp™ battery powered in-line amplifier which delivers amazing audio from all devices.”
With a feature packed in-line controller, audio processing, multi-format support and so much more, you would expect this headset to be quite expensive, but it’s actually a perfectly reasonable £69.99, so colour me very interested, let’s see what this headset can do!
There’s a great range of features on offer here, especially the multi-format support and the Ear Force SuperAmp.
- Multiplatform compatible with the PlayStation®4, Xbox One, PC, Mac and mobile/tablet devices with a universal 3.5mm jack
- The innovative Ear Force SuperAmp™ battery powered in-line amplifier offers fingertip control and amazing amplified sound from any device
- Experience Turtle Beach Virtual Surround Sound on PlayStation®4, Xbox One and mobile/tablet devices
- Superhuman Hearing™ audio preset gives players the competitive advantage of hearing enemies before they come into view
- Variable Bass Boost enhances powerful rumbling lows
- Variable Mic Monitoring lets you hear your own voice in the headset to avoid shouting
- Large, high-performance 50mm Neodymium speakers deliver Immersive audio
- Adjustable, high-sensitivity boom mic picks-up your voice loud and clear
- Lightweight design and mesh ear-cups for hours of comfort
On the front of the box, we’ve got a stylish image of the headset, as well as a picture of the SuperAmp; you’ll also find a quick rundown of the major features and device support.
Around the back, a more detailed look at the PowerAmp, it’s a rechargeable device and can operate for up to 30 hours on a single charge, or simply be powered via USB cable if you need to. That much will depend on which device you’re trying to use the PowerAmp with; mobile device will use battery mode PC can use USB power.
In the box, you’ll find the usual assortment of documentation, the USB to Micro USB charging cable for the PowerAmp and the PowerAmp unit its self.