Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Wired PC Gaming Headset Review


Elite Atlas

Turtle Beach headsets continue to blow me away. Their Elite Pro 2 + Super Amp which we tested a couple of months ago, for example, is one of the best they’ve ever made. When it comes to high-performance gaming headsets, it’s up there with the best. However, while the Super Amp is a powerful tool, it’s also not something everyone needs. As a PC gamer, the built-in onboard audio of my motherboard is more than capable of delivering high-end audio for me. Perhaps you have your own AMP/DAC combo too, or you’re simply plugging the headset into a console controller. Either way, as a simple 3.5mm wired headset, this one ticks a lot of boxes. Furthermore, as just £84.99, it promises high-end thrills at a very reasonable price.


  • Durable Comfort – A sleek metal headband with a suspended pad and swappable memory foam ear cushions ensure unmatched comfort
  • Glasses Friendly – Turtle Beach’s unique Prospects comfort-driven design removes pressure on your glasses while you play
  • Aero fit Ear Cushions – Revolutionary material technologies combine to keep your ears comfortable while also blocking out external noise and improving bass response
  • Pro Gaming Mic with Truspeak Technology – Ensure your voice is always heard loud and clear with Turtle Beach’s professional quality mic
  • Large 50MM Nano clear Speakers – Our over-ear Nano clear speakers deliver Turtle Beach’s signature esports audio tuning



For in-depth specifications, please visit the official Turtle Beach product page here.

What Turtle Beach Had to Say

“The Turtle Beach® Elite Atlas PC gaming headset brings esports performance and ultimate comfort to every game, match or battle. Turtle Beach’s signature tuned 50mm Nanoclear™ over-ear speakers are ready to deliver Windows Sonic surround sound crisply as athletic fabric-wrapped Aerofit™ ear cushions block out external noise and deepen bass response while the removable pro-gaming mic with Truspeak™ technology mic ensures your commands are heard loud and clear. Add to this long-lasting comfort from a sleek metal floating headband and for gamers with glasses, patented Pro-Specs™ glasses friendly design alleviates ear cushion pressure, all which keeps you playing longer and winning more!” – Turtle Beach

Product Trailer

What’s in the Box

The headset is in there, obviously. However, you also get a quality boom-microphone, 3.5mm cable with in-line volume and mute controls, and a PC Y-splitter extension cable.

The controller is pretty basic, but still does what you need it to.

The microphone is very nice though, with a flexible boom, and an enlarged head with foam insert to reduce high-frequency noise.

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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