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Turtle beach broadcasts Atlas Line of computing device Gaming Headsets

Turtle beach's new Atlas line of wired headsets aspects tuned drivers that emphasize greater frequencies, in keeping with comments from esports groups.
Turtle Beach Atlas
Turtle seashore has unveiled a brand new line of gaming headsets directed above all at laptop gamers. not like the bass-heavy focal point of most gaming headsets meant to stress greater frequency response, the Atlas sequence points audio tuning and engineering according to feedback from professional esports groups Astralis and OpTic Gaming.
"every participant is distinct, however we have tuned the Atlas sequence to allow avid gamers to listen to the details of their video game's environments and opposing group's movements," stated Nick Bourne, Director of Product management & Partnerships at Turtle beach. "This tuning become a right away result of over a 12 months of working carefully with Astralis and OpTic, setting up and checking out the sound profiles throughout a multitude of probably the most played computing device titles."
The superior Gaming Headphones
The Atlas line comprises three gaming headsets: the Atlas One, Atlas Three, and Elite Atlas. All three fashions are wired stereo headsets that connect with PCs or game programs through a 3.5mm connection.
The headsets each and every characteristic metal-reinforced headbands and fake leather-based-lined memory foam earpads with Turtle beach's ProSpecs technology. ProSpecs incorporate a softer section of froth alongside the temples to reduce power on the heads of glasses-donning clients.
The fashions are designed to be used with PCs, but come with accessories for desktops, laptops, and different online game syystems. There are brief primary cables with a four-pole three.5mm connector for up to date game consoles, handhelds, cell contraptions, and laptops, along with longer extension cables with two three-pole three.5mm connectors for computers with separate headphone and microphone ports.
Turtle Beach Atlas
The Atlas One is the entry-level mannequin in the sequence, with an easy design and a $49.95 rate tag. it's essentially the most basic headset within the line, with the aforementioned facets and a permanently attached fundamental cable.
The Atlas Three is a $seventy nine.95 step-up model in accordance with the Turtle seashore Stealth 300 headset. Its biggest big difference is a constructed-in headphone amplifier providing numerous equalizer presets, including a voice-improving Vocal raise mode. not like the different two models, it requires energy from its inside battery to power the amp, so it could actually charge through a micro USB port with an protected cable. in response to Turtle seashore, the Atlas Three can final up to forty hours on a can charge.
The Elite Atlas is the flagship mannequin in the new Atlas line, and is closely based on the Editors' alternative Turtle beach Elite seasoned match Headset. whereas it lacks the Atlas Three's amp and battery requirements, the Elite Atlas points 50mm drivers, a a whole lot greater plush and top rate-feeling design, and detachable cloth-wrapped headset cables. At $ninety nine.ninety five or not it's the most expensive Atlas headset, but it's best half the price of the Elite seasoned.
thus far now we have established the Elite Atlas, and it demonstrates the same wonderful build first-rate and cozy fit that made us just like the Elite pro. The gaming-concentrated audio tuning is terribly effective for gaming, however we observed that it makes for a less-than-stellar musical adventure due to the relative below-illustration of the lower frequencies. It does not sound unhealthy, however rather a very sculpted sound it really is now not balanced for music.
All three Turtle beach Atlas headsets will be available this September.

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