Turtle Beach’s top of the line gaming headset has great build quality and comfort, and also delivers great sound quality with powerful bass and detailed highs. You’ll need to pay extra to get the TAC mix-board to get full functionality out of the headset, which makes this quite an expensive package overall.
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Pro Great sound quality
The Elite Pro delivers full, forward, powerful and detailed sound that should work well with any game or movie. Bass is powerful yet is also fast, so it does not muddy up the overall sound signature. The mids are slightly forward so in-game dialogue is very easy to hear and understand. The highs are very detailed yet do not get harsh, so you should be able to easily pick-up minute sound effects like footsteps and the rustling of leaves, which can give you a competitive edge when gaming.
Pro Very comfortable
You won’t have any issue wearing the Elite Pro for extended periods. The headband and ear pads feature thick memory foam which feel very soft, and drastically reduce pressure on the head. Also, there are ear cup settings that help to minimize the tension under certain parts of the ear pads, allowing them to compress more to accommodate those who wear glasses when gaming.
Pro Very good build quality
The Elite Pro won’t break easily, as the headset is built quite well. The headband adjustment and joints are made of metal, while the rest of the headset is made of high quality plastic which is lightweight yet does not flex or creak.
While you do get great audio quality from the Elite Pro, it is quite expensive. You’ll need to purchase Turtle Beach’s TAC mix-amp separately to get 7.1 surround sound and audio profile switching.
Con Poor microphone quality
The included microphone won’t be able to give you the best voice chat experience. While the mic audio sounds okay, it picks up ambient noise easily. You’ll need to purchase a separate, noise-cancelling amp from Turtle Beach if you want to get optimal mic performance.