Turtle Beach Brings Next-Gen Headsets to PlayStation 4

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The fantastic chaps over at Turtle Beach have announced a new headset, PX4, which will be fully compatible with the PlayStation 4 on November 29th.

It is the only wireless headset on the market that is compatible with the new console at launch. They have also revealed  that the wireless programmable surround sound XP510, PX51, and Call of Duty: Ghosts Phantom headsets are all equipped to offer next-gen audio on the PS4 with a firmware update. The update will be available at the official site when the PlayStation 4 is released.

This fantastic new headset, the PX4 is fully equipped for next-gen gaming, boasting Dolby Surround Sound and interference free dual-band Wi-Fi to provide the ultimate “secret weapon” to gamers, and supreme audio quality to film and music fans. The PX4 has an MSRP of £149.99.

It also offers Built in, dual-pairing Bluetooth giving players the chance to stream music or take calls directly from their mobile phone. It also offers a wired connection for mobile devices. The headsets can use that connection to get chat audio through the PS4’s DualShock controller and use an optical cord for game audio to provide a fully-integrated headset experience.

Bob Picunko, Chief Marketing Officer at Turtle Beach stated:

At Turtle Beach we maximise the compatibility and flexibility of our headsets because there are so many potential gaming scenarios, We want people who invest in a Turtle Beach headset to be able to use it as broadly as possible.

Juergen Stark, Chief Executive Officer at Turtle Beach also added:

We are delighted to announce that not only will three of our newest, premium wireless headsets provide an integrated chat and game audio experience with the PlayStation 4 console right out of the box (update 1.50), but that we are launching a new next-gen headset – the PX4 – in time for launch

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