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Turtle Beach Ear Force X32 Wireless Headset for Xbox 360 (X32M) (Refurbished)
The Ear Force X32 headset sets ears abuzz with amplified stereo sound swelling from two large 50mm speakers. Its dual-band wireless receiver offers 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi frequencies, which ensure virtually no interference. Digital RF wireless audio delivers uncompressed CD-quality sound for superb clarity and depth. Multiple EQ and stereo expander presets let you mix and match settings, helping you quickly tailor sound levels as you jump from role-playing games to sports to first-person shooters. Chat-enhancing features—such as a monitor that plays back your own voice so you don’t have to shout—make it easier to talk out strategy when playing online. A lightweight design and generous padding make the headset so comfortable that you can keep it on when at work or on a date.
- Product number: X32M
- Lightweight wireless gaming headset
- Large 50mm speakers
- Amplified stereo sound
- Padded headband and ear cups
- Turtle Beach palm-tree logo inside
- Digital RF wireless game audio
- Dual-band 2.4GHz/5GHz WiFi receiver
- Multiple EQ and stereo expander presets
- Independent game and chat volume
- Microphone boom
- Microphone monitor
- Dynamic chat boost gives you an authoritative baritone
- Auxiliary input for connecting MP3 player, smartphone
- Use Kinect for game chat with Xbox One (not included)
- Condition: refurbished
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