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Turtle Beach has maintained its position as an apex predator in the peripheral department of the video game industry, especially with its excellent headsets available at all price ranges and offering great products for gamers with comfort, style, and sound quality. Turtle Beach has also been able to introduce products across the gaming market via Roccat which combines German innovation and technology to produce award-winning gaming mice, headsets, mousepads, and other PC accessories and by Neat Microphones, a company that focuses on creating USB and analog microphones for streamers, gamers and professionals alike with its signature ‘bee-like’ design.
Turtle Beach recently unveiled another addition to its Recon Headset lineup with the Recon 500, a groundbreaking headset that will use Turtle Beach’s patented 60mm dual driver technology to deliver sounds at every frequency. Other features of the Recon 500 include a noise-canceling microphone, memory foam cushions to support those long gaming sessions, glasses friendly technology and a lightweight frame for ultimate comfort. Juergen Stark, Chairman and CEO of Turtle Beach Corporation, was excited for the product and said “With our all-new, patented Eclipse™ Dual Drivers, Turtle Beach is once again first-to-market with groundbreaking gaming audio technology that makes the Recon 500 one of the best sounding headsets, the Recon 500 delivers some of the most impressive engineering advances our Recon series gaming headsets have ever achieved. It redefines what gamers will expect in a headset at this price point, offering an innovative design, masterful audio performance, and plush comfort.”
The Recon 500 will utilize a standard 3.5mm audio interface for multiplatform connectivity with Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Playstation 5, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC and mobile devices. The Recon 500 headset will be available nationwide in North America on 30th May and across selected states in Europe on 18th June at a price of USD$79.95. The headset will be available in both black and white.
SOURCE: Press Release