|Ahead of the gaming industry's E3 conference (runs from June 16-18), Turtle Beach (NASDAQ: HEAR) has unveiled its 2015 headset line (6 models). ******The company also states it will demo its HyperSound Clear hearing aid at E3.***** |
Prices for the new headsets range from $25 for the no-frills Recon 30X, which works with a variety of platforms and has a single 40mm over-ear speaker, to $175 for the Stealth 420X, a wireless Xbox One headset sporting 50mm speakers, synthetic leather-wrapped ear-cups, 4 audio presets, and an adjustable high-sensitivity boom mic.Other models include the Stealth 450, a $130 PC gaming headset that supports DTS Headphone:X 7.1 sound, and the PX24, an $80 multi-platform headset featuring 50mm speakers and a battery-powered in-line amplifier.Turtle Beach saw a rough 2014 that was blamed in part on low console headset attach rates and aggressive pricing from rivals. In April, SA author Charles Moscoe argued better times are ahead.