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    Turtle Beach has repackaged its Elite Pro Tournament headset for PCs, but how does it stack up?
    The Turtle Beach Elite Pro Tournament headset is a personal favorite of mine, for its comfort, premium 7.1 surround sound, and extensible capabilities using the Turtle Beach Tactical Audio Controller. I review a lot of headsets, but for me, all roads tend to lead back to Turtle Beach.
    You can use the Xbox One version of the Elite Pro Tournament on PCs using 3.5mm inputs, but you lose surround sound and mic sound monitoring in the process — something I've grown to depend on with over-ear noise isolating headsets (so you don't end up yelling). The new Elite Pro Tournament PC Edition solves that.
    Bundled with a USB cable, the Elite Pro Tournament headset is now fully PC-ready, and if you're interested, here's what you need to know about this stellar, but pricey $199.95 headset.

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    07-28-2017 09:40 AM

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