Turtle Beach Headset Audio Controller Plus for Xbox Series X|S & Xbox One
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- Your new audio advantage: Designed by Turtle Beach with all new innovations for the ultimate Xbox One chat and game audio experience; Works great with Xbox Series X|S & Xbox One controllers
- Superhuman hearing mode: Use Superhuman Hearing Mode to pinpoint quiet audio cues like enemy footsteps and weapon reloads; Access Superhuman Hearing through a dedicated button press
- Game & mic presets: Selectable game presets to customize your sound
- Stop shouting: Use variable mic monitoring to adjust the level of your own voice in the headset so you don't have to shout
- Total control chat: The ear force headset audio controller plus also features game and chat volume mix, master volume and mic mute controls
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Turtle Beach Headset Audio Controller Plus for Xbox One
Officially licensed for Xbox One, the Turtle Beach Headset Audio Controller Plus will take your gaming audio to new levels with features like Superhuman Hearing for a competitive advantage, Independent Game & Chat Volume Controls, four EQ Audio Presets Including Bass Boost, and Variable Mic Monitoring.
Hear Everything. Defeat Everyone.
With Turtle Beach's exclusive Superhuman Hearing sound setting, you'll have the competitive advantage by being able to hear all the subtle yet game-changing sounds, like footsteps sneaking-up behind you, enemy weapon reloads just before an ambush, and enemy vehicles off in the distance bringing in reinforcements. It's vital intelligence for the split-second, life-or-death decisions that elevate great gamers above the rest. Hear Everything. Defeat Everyone
Independent Game & Chat Volume Control
Independently adjust and easily find the perfect balance between game audio and chat audio.
EQ Audio Presets, Including Bass Boost
Enhance your gameplay experience with four EQ audio presets including Bass Boost, Natural sound, Bass and Treble Boost, and Vocal Boost.
Designed for Xbox One.
Variable Mic Monitoring
Say it…don't shout it, thanks to the ability to hear the volume of your own voice inside the headset to avoid shouting at teammates and other players.
Works great with all Xbox One controllers.
About Turtle Beach
Turtle Beach has been revolutionizing console multiplayer gaming since the very beginning with its wide selection of industry leading, award-winning gaming headsets. Whether you’re a professional esports athlete, hardcore gamer, casual player or just starting out, Turtle Beach has the gaming headset to help you truly master your skills. Amazing audio quality, crystal-clear communication, lightweight and comfortable designs, innovative and advanced technology, and ease-of-use are just a few features that have made Turtle Beach a fan-favorite brand for gamers the world over. Made for Xbox and PlayStation consoles as well as for PC and mobile devices, having a Turtle Beach gaming headset in your arsenal gives you the competitive advantage. Hear Everything. Defeat Everyone.
The Turtle Beach Headset Audio Controller Plus for Xbox Series X|S & Xbox One steps up your gaming audio experience with Superhuman Hearing, Game and Mic Presets and independent game and chat volume control. With the addition of Variable Mic Monitoring, you’ll go from shouting into your mic to a more comfortable chat experience, and Bass Boost for added low-end thump.
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THIS IS HOW ALL XBOX HEADSETS SHOULD WORK.
This has 3 levels of "background noise reduction or MIC MODE" to keep your always-on mic from picking up all the clicks and breaths and TV sounds and roommates / spouse / parents talking in the room. SHOULD HAVE BEEN AN XBOX FEATURE ALL ALONG! Also, the dedicated mute toggle is a LIFE SAVER when you want to have a side conversation.
Variable Mic Monitoring! Hold the Mute until it beeps - this turns up or down the amount of your own voice you hear in the headset - super helpful for people using noise cancelling headsets, as it makes it sound more natural and it stops you from yelling. On the fly adjustment (if you need it) and no lag or echo.
Use the left side up-down to adjust game/chat balance, and the right side is total volume up/down. There are a few EQ modes that can compensate for weaker headsets with bass or treble issues, too. The "superhearing" thing seems like a gimmick - it sounds like it just cuts the bass, so maybe that helps in some games when you need to hear reloads or footsteps - but definitely don't leave it on.
Oh! And if you plug your controller into your PC, this still works as your audio device, same features as on Xbox! Very cool.
I looked into the Xbox version of the adapter and then came across the Turtle Beach ones. I decided to go with this because I liked the extra volume controls it has. The original Xbox adapter doesn’t have those.
It arrived in the mail and then my boyfriend stole it from me since his auxiliary broke too. hahaha. He tried it and LOVES it.
He likes how easy it is to adjust game sounds vs chat sounds. He also likes the presets it has. He is most crazy about the superhuman hearing. To me it just sounds a little louder like I turned the volume up (I keep my volume at mid-range). My boyfriend keeps his headset volume at max so he says the boost he gets from the superhuman hearing is a life changer. He can hear footsteps that I can’t hear. Pretty cool.
I plan on purchasing another one since it doesn’t look like my boyfriend is going to give it back to me. Haha
It’s been about 2 weeks and it’s still working perfectly. I’ll update if that changes.
I have had the original for 7 months and it still works. I recently purchased another and another HyperX Cloud headset for my 2nd XB1. I have no complaints so far. Both work with that headset flawlessly.
Hold down the lower button (mute I think) for a few seconds and you will hear a single beep in your headphones. That's low. Do it again for two beeps. Medium. Do it one more time for the beeps and that's high and it's great.
The super hearing feature seems to just bump the mids and highs and while it's not miraculous it definitely changes things up and depending on the signs in you're game it can be helpful. I have tried it in Fortnite Battle Royale and given the incessant footsteps in that game is almost to much with the super hearing feature on. :)
I'm not a fan of TB products in general. They just don't fit, feel, or sound right to me. But this little thing actually works very well and I'll be getting another one.
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You have your standard chat mixer which is the same as the official Microsoft Stereo Adaptor providing different levels of volume and the level of in-game volume vs party chat volume along with your mute button. All works well and the audible beeps help knowing when your at one extreme or the other.
However where this product comes into it’s own for me is two particular features which the Microsoft adaptor is lacking - Microphone Monitoring and Microphone Cancelling.
I game in a room where my family are often watching TV or talking etc. As headsets these days provide great noise isolation from the outside world for environments like I described above it has become more and more difficult to actually hear what you are saying, something which when we talk is natural to hear. It can be really strange not hearing what you’re saying and generally you will get louder and even shout down your mic so you can hear yourself annoying others around you in the process. Yet the Turtle Beach adaptor has three levels of Mic Monitoring, feeding back what you say in to your headset. It’s crystal clear and is far superior to the in-build Mic Montoring if you was to plug your headset directly in to your controller. To change the settings keep hold of the mute button and you’ll hear the audible beeps from 1 to 3 for different levels of feedback you require.
Secondly if your gaming in a noisy environment the standard Microsoft adaptor will easily pick up on external noise regardless if your headset has a noise cancelling microphone. My friends often mentioned they can hear the TV programme my Wife was watching in the background. Now with the Turtle Beach adaptor you can again change the setting to three different levels, 1 being generally the same as the Microsoft adaptor which I never use. 2 being the best all rounder, cuts out the majority of background noise and will only pick up on high pitched noise such as sneezes, alarms etc and 3 where it will practically cuts out 95% of all background noise. I’ll only use that setting when it’s particular noisy in the room for whatever reason as sometimes it cancels noise that well it’ll miss the very beginning of my sentence if I’m too quiet.
One plus over other headset adaptor is the ability to have different game modes for the level of sound too. Extra bass, extra treble or both. Whilst it’s great to have the option there the difference isn’t massively different although you can tell. For FPS games the extra bass setting does give deeper and more dramatic explosions and to be honest I leave it in that setting.
Another feature the Turtle Beach headset adaptor provides is ‘Super Human Hearing’ which in essence is there to provide greater accuracy in critical in game moments where you really need to hear the direction of an enemy coming towards you for example. To me it’s a bit of a gimmick and all it does is cut bass and increase treble which is quite uncomfortable after a few minutes. I’m still undecided if it does give you any advantage and I rarely use it.
Overall for £25 it’s head and shoulders above the standard Microsoft adaptor and provides more features than the only other alternative in the Astro MixAmp. Without a doubt I’d recommend it.
The instructions say to connect to the controller and connect to Xbox via a USB cable to update the controller.
I did try this, but it did nothing.
I don’t think this is necessary, as the device worked regardless.
The sound is much louder and more immersive and the microphone becomes more sensitive.
I do use this with Turtle Beach headphones, I have also tried with other headphones and it works just as well.
Based on my experience with this item, I will be recommending the purchase.
This jack solves that it is actually better than the original Xbox jack I had, as I can increase the game with the green button. I can actually hear footsteps now in game which I’ve never experienced before.
Only down side is it drains power incredibly quickly.