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Design and Build
The Turtle Beach PX51 is quite bulky and heavy. This bad boy wasn’t made queasy and light. It was created to rock your ears with its sound. The two large cups will surround your ears and blow your ears with the surround sound that directly lodge into your holes. They’ve built it with durable plastic, which will make you think that it’s lightweight.
The buttons of this wireless headphone are also made with plastic. You can find the different buttons on each earcup. The Bluetooth and mute buttons go together. On the other earcup, the voice masks, sound changing and voice preset are also together.
The Turtle Beach PX51 is made to bring impact to your gaming and music listening. It’ll survive any damage that might happen to it when you’re really into the game.
The sound quality of the Turtle Beach PX51 is great and astounding. It’s actually good for music purists and audiophiles.
You can even set your wireless music experience on this headphone. Turn the surround sound on and off or customize the angle of your sound. You can choose between setting it for your movie experience, music experience or gaming experience. This makes it a very innovative wireless headphone.
The Turtle Beach PX51 is powered by a Lithium Polymer battery that’ll give you 10 hours of play time for every single charge. If you’d use it on full volume, you’ll likely get less. Listen to songs on a lowered volume, and you get more battery life.
- The audio can be customized – you can enhance your listening experience by choosing from its audio presets.
- Listen to music and still answer calls – you can make and take calls with this wireless headphone.
- The best sound for your games – this headphone has an Advance Dual-Stage Audio Processor for gaming.
They’re really comfortable to wear. I can play on my PS4 for hours, and this baby right here doesn’t hurt my ears. They’re really comfortable to use and wear.
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