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Turtle Beach Elite 800X Review – Packaging and Bundle
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The Elite 800X also clamps the head well. For a wireless headset this is an important aspect as we will likely move more with it on. In fact during the testing for this review a significant amount of housework was performed while listening to music through the 800X and regardless of the task it stayed in place without issue. It was also good to have the hidden microphone rather than one getting in the way, or looking out of place when using the headset on a phone when out and about.
It is good to have lots of controls on the headset and for a number of the buttons to have secondary (or even third) functions however we would have liked to see Turtle Beach add some form of noticeable texture to each button so we could feel what each function was without looking in the early days of using the headset. A little more resistance on each button/rocker would also be handy as they do activate quite easily. That said, our preference for this headset was to control it via the mobile app, that works great and gives all the configuration options we needed.
As far as sound quality goes, there are number of profiles built in which vary sound based on the connection used and media being played. Music, movies and gaming are all catered for, as is noise cancelling for different environments on the mic (these certainly offer different experiences so be sure to test which works best in your environment). That gives us plenty to play with, especially combined with the virtual surround sound. Gaming benefits most from this as we have profiles which allow us to more clearly hear our enemies (as one example) but the basics are covered too (bass/treble boost for music). Personal taste will define what works for each individual however we found the overall surround experience to be decent… stereo on the other hand was pretty fantastic. Great clarity in the mids and trebles, loads of bass and an overall warm tone. The added bonus was that this is one of those rare “gaming” headsets which offers quality music playback in addition to the movie/game experience.
Retailing at £249 the Elite 800X is certainly a premium level headset however the performance and features certainly back this up. Setup on mobile and console is easy and the instructions clear. We also like the inclusion of all the cables we need to get up and running and that registering the headset extends the warranty to 2-years while also getting us a clothing item and alternate rocker plates.