Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp Pro Performance Gaming Audio System for PS4 Pro and PS4
- Pro Gaming Mic with Truspeak Technology : Ensure your voice is always heard loud and clear with Turtle Beach’s professional quality, noise cancelling mic
- Large 50 millimeter Nano clear Speakers : Large, powerful 50 millimeter over ear Nano clear speakers deliver Turtle Beach's signature sports audio tuning
- Aero fit Ear Cushions : Revolutionary material technologies combine to keep your ears comfortable and cool while also blocking out external noise and improving bass response
- Prospecs Glasses Relief System : Turtle Beach's unique prospects comfort driven design removes pressure on your glasses while you play
- Durable Comfort : A sleek metal headband with a suspended pad and swappable memory foam ear cushions ensure unmatched comfort; Microphone: Unidirectional gaming microphone
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The Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2 + Super Amp Pro Performance Gaming Audio System for PS4 Pro & PS4 builds on the Elite Pro legacy through collaboration with leading sports teams including Optic Gaming and Splice to deliver the next generation of audio performance to today’s top players and hardcore gamers. The Elite Pro 2’s custom tuned 50mm Nano clear over ear speakers deliver championship winning performance, while the noise cancelling Pro Gaming Microphone with Trustee Technology provides crystal clear team chat. Revolutionary Aero fit Ear Cushions –deliver cooling comfort as well as passive noise isolation and deeper bass response. Connected to the groundbreaking Elite Super Amp, the Bluetooth connected, app controlled, audio enhancing, amplified DTS:Headphone X surround sound supporting gaming controller, this complete audio system offers the competitive advantage to dominate your games. The Elite Pro 2 + Super Amp is covered by an extended two year warranty with priority support.
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The audio is tinny and rediculously low
I have better spacial awareness from my tv audio. Generally it feels defective almost like I got a brand new bad model judging by these reviews.
Contacted support with no word back. Just really disappointed and extremely frustrated at this point.
Playing any game that requires the ability to hear footsteps shouldn’t require someone to shoot out you to hear to know someone is there. You’re already dead. Honestly when testing this the “super amp” at 50 - 75% volume is muted. I can really only hear anything above the 75% threshold it just feels broken. You shouldn’t be able to get better audio from a pair of 15 dollar headphones from target.
Probably going to return them soon unless something changes or support contacts me back.
UPDATE: I put in for a replacement model through Amazon and hopefully the issue is isolated as this seems just way too low like you were hearing the game through a clock radio with the headphones on.
I will test this and hopefully update my review or ultimately switch to a new brand completely.
Update 2: got new pair. Was equally as terrible as the first pair. These headphones have to be a joke or something. The audio is awful. It feels like everything is just equalized to basic. You have to run around with super human hearing on to basically make them usable. Anything below 75% audio in the mixer is basically mute. These headphones are just flat out trash. I would really look elsewhere specially for good headphones with a price tag thIs high. You are buying a brand name with really no support and a pair of clock radios that comfortably sit on your head.
Update 3: Went with seinhessier gaming headphones and had 0 problems since. I highly recommend the gaming headphones subreddit to get an idea as they have pinned buyers guide threads. I was basically laughed at when I mentioned I bought these.
Please don’t waste your time.
Update: it’s not the headset that has the low volume it’s the super Amp that your headset is connected to that’s the problem the amp won’t let you go past a certain volume if you disconnected your headset from the amp and plug it straight into the controller you can have the volume way higher and it sounds great plus the elite tac works with it and that is way better than that useless super amp. Hope this helps everyone who’s having problems with this headset.
1.) The USB -> Amp -> Headphone Setup. While I appreciate the total wireless freedom of the A50's, not dealing with auto shut offs, batteries, and sound disruptions was my main reason for purchase. Happy with the results, will see how wired holds up the first time I jerk the amp off the coffee table.
2.) Windows Sonic. I have not paid for Dolby Atmos, and at this point I do not feel the urge to. I thought the sound was better and more immersive than the sound I was getting from the Dolby 7.1 setting I used on the A50's.
3.) Xbox Hardware Recognition. Small thing, but it is so nice not to have to walk back up and uplug the USB to reset the base station so that I'm recognized in party chat. When Xbox is on, I'm good to go.
4.) Game Chat. Welcome back! I'm almost always using Xbox Party Chat but when I'm playing Destiny it's nice to have the option to opt into Fireteam Chat.
5.) Bluetooth. Paired up easily with my phone.
Some things I felt could use improvement:
-1.) Turtle Beach Audio Hub App.: Using my Android Phone, sometimes the buttons felt unresponsive. I just got these things and wanted to play with settings a bunch. It works, but I felt the experience could have been better.
-2.) Glass Relief System: Not a real negative, I just don't see the upside. Sound isolation does not seem to be greatly effected wherever my cushion tab is set, but the same can be said for pressure relief on the frame of my glasses. My glasses fit fairly snug to my face, and my headset/glass fit puts the relief design just a little high. I use it and have the tabs pegged on the last setting, but not a big deal for me and has never been a previous issue. If it is an issue for you on your current set up... your results might vary.
-3.) Comfort. I find these comfortable! However, for the extended play time I put in yesterday... I did not find them as comfortable as my Astro A50 Gen 3 with the fabric cushions.
-4.) Mute Control. Comming from a wireless set up where I just flipped my mic boon up, fiddling to find the dongle is a minor hassle. I'd like to see something integrated into the amp. (Which besides bluetooth, feels just like a big volume knob/cable break with glowy bits)
Conclusion Notes: This is my first experience with Turtle Beach, and I am satified with the purchase. For me the sound isolation balance is what I was looking for. I felt more immersed in my game. I did not have a issue with the overall volume level which is a topic I've seen brought up before. Durability, more experience using chat, and playing more with the settings is where my comments may fall short for my personal experience.
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I bought these to replace my dying ASTRO A50s Gen 3, this headset it complete rubbish, i fined tuned everything to make it as loud as possible but still no where near as loud as my A50s i have since retuned them and got a refund.
The sound quality on them is awful, when you turn the volume dial anything below 80% you will not hear anything.
All the way on max and it sounds average but again no where near as the A50s.
Shame i loved the look and premium feel but my god the sound is awful get the A50s while you can.
Any questions please contact me i will reply.
Wouldn’t waste your money on them, I’ve now brought the previous elite version that is due to arrive, hopefully have better luck with these.
Anyways I decided to try the Elite Pro 2 fingers crossed but it had some of the same [roblems until I updated firmware and BINGO it all fell into place with perfect sound on films games and music and a lovely phone app to control it all.
Also I even managed to get it hooked upto my p.c. and change between PS4 pro and P.C. with a flick of my option in the app.
So many changes for the better from magnetic ear pieces making them easy to take off and side panels all for individual taste (I hope they make alot of diff ones) not used but configured the mic as this purchase is mainly for the division 2
Thank you Turtle Beach
The amp is easy to use and doesn’t feel cheap, but for some daft reason Turtle Beach has put all settings except the volume on an app on your phone. The amp only controls the volume.
The mute button is on a cable which is fiddly to mute in a sneeze and usually end up deafening my teammates before I can mute it!
The comfort level is amazing. The cooling ear cups are a nice touch and I gamed for hours without any discomfort across the top of my head or around my ears.
I still own my Turtle Beach PX5 headset from 2011. It has 7.1 surround sound (a lot of Xbox headphones don’t have that these days because Microsoft have done their own “surround sound” which doesn’t compare), and is wireless except for the chat cable which plugs into the controller.
The only reason for finding a replacement is after so long the headband has stretched and it’s no longer a tight enough fit and sound escapes a little. If I could find another pair of those brand new, I wouldn’t even consider the newer models. It’s awful that it’s 2020 and Turtle Beach have been making some god awful headsets since then.
If I could justify £250 on a headset, I’d go for the Astro A50s latest gen. Totally wireless, AND has 7.1 Dolby surround sound and two years subscription to the Dolby service via your Xbox or PC.
If you can afford the extra, go for the Astros.
Turn on superhuman hearing using mobile app and away you go.
Super comfortable even with glasses on. Pull the cords at the side and a perfect seal is created around your glasses arms, thereby maintaining the comfortable fit.
Now win more games than ever before
Got them on black friday for a ton. Bargain best buy in a long time
The microphone was constant grief , where other people could not hear me well despite the mic being practically in my mouth. Sometimes people could not hear me at all. The Bluetooth set up was a pain every time you go to play the game
Al principio no estaba seguro de la compra por las quejas de usuarios que reportaban un sonido demasiado bajo (sobre todo en X-Box). Después leí que lo habían solucionado vía parche desde su web, actualizando el firmware, así que me di el capricho. Antes de estrenarlos actualicé el firmware, no puedo comparar antes y después de hacerlo.
Buena presentación. Caja atractiva, todo muy bien embalado, manuales, todo muy bien.
El sonido: es sencillamente espectacular, muy potente y nítido. A tope es atronador, y no distorsiona, muy bien la verdad. Los que mejor suenan de todos los que probé hasta ahora.
Opciones de configuración mediante aplicación Android, tiene bastantes opciones de personalización.
Muy buenos acabados. Tacto, robustez, almohadillas realmente cómodas.
Cables largos, que permiten adaptarse a cómo tengas el tinglado de jugar. Para mí es bueno, porque no me gustan los inalámbricos, por la duración de las baterías. Tiene un pequeño botón para silenciar el micro, que hasta tiene buen tacto.
Viene incluido un módulo ecualizador por Bluetooth (el "SuperAmp"). Si lo usas, en PC con USB o desde una PS4 con salida de audio óptica, puedes disfrutar del Dolby y del sonido envolvente. Si no quieres usarlo pues puedes conectar el jack de 3'5 de los auriculares como cualquier otro dispositivo de audio, funcionando en modo estéreo, y sin las opciones de configuración del SuperAmp.
Un fallo del "SuperAmp": a este aparatillo vinculas un dispositivo Android, te bajas la aplicación "Turtle Beach Audio Hub", y ya puedes crear o modificar tus modos de audio, etcétera. Por ese lado bien, pero el caso es que, al menos con mi móvil, suele perder la conexión y la aplicación deja de funcionar, debiendo reiniciarla para poder cambiar algún ajuste. Este punto es muy mejorable.
El precio. Son muy caros. Sin más. Pero bueno, es el tope de la gama. Entre algunos auriculares baratos, tuve unos Turtle Beach anteriormente, duraron año y algo (diadema rota), luego unos Tritton, los últimos unos Hyper X Cloud 2 (son muy buenos, me los cargué yo en una mudanza)... Pero no sonaban como estos, la verdad.
Los recomiendo para jugadores que quieran contundencia y calidad, y se puedan permitir estos caprichos. Los hay muy buenos por menos dinero (de Turtle Beach, los Hyper X que mencioné antes, Sony...), pero estos son el tope de la gama, y se nota.