The Turtle Beach Recon Controller Offers Ultimate Performance at a Great Price

Turtle Beach is one of the leaders when it comes to gaming audio. You will see the Turtle Beach name connected with a lot of eSports teams and competitors. Their Recon series of headsets add a ton of features that help give gamers a competitive advantage. With the introduction of the Recon controller, players are able to utilize all of the great technology Turtle Beach created on any wired headset. They also integrate some other cool tech into the controller that a lot of competitive players will enjoy for a much lower price than many of their competitors. The Recon 500 headset delivers all of the great sounds that you are used to from Turtle Beach and allows you to use it on multiple platforms.

These two products paired together are a match made in heaven. As a user of the wireless Recon headsets, it is really cool how they are able to apply those features to any headset connected to the controller. The Recon 500 headset has great sound as expected. Even without using the enhancements that the controller provides, the headset produces great sound. The build quality is really good and works well with those who wear glasses. I really enjoy the mesh earcup for longer play sessions. The controller build is very solid but light as well. Compared to the Xbox Elite controller, this is a ton lighter. Some of the materials may be a little bit lower in quality but the controller is a third of the cost. The controller is wired so that does help with some of the weight. Wired controllers also tend to have lower response times which helps with competitive play. The controller is a great alternative to the Elite and Scuff controllers on the market.

There are a ton of cool features for the Recon Controller and the Recon 500 headset that you can find below:

Recon Controller Features

TURTLE BEACH AUDIO ADVANTAGE
Easy access audio controls only available from Turtle Beach including EQ presets, game & chat volume mix, mic monitoring and more.

TWO MAPPABLE QUICK-ACTION BUTTONS
Customize your gaming experience with two mappable buttons, allowing up to 4 different switchable profiles.

FOUR TURTLE BEACH SIGNATURE PRESETS
Customize your game audio with four EQ presets: Signature Sound (Default) Bass Boost, Bass & Treble Boost and Vocal Boost.

VIBRATION FEEDBACK
Dual rumble motors in the handles and triggers enhance immersion for ultra-realistic next-gen gameplay.

3.5MM HEADSET CONNECTION
Take advantage of proven Turtle Beach audio enhancements by plugging in any 3.5mm connected headset.

MIC MONITORING
Hear and adjust the volume of your own voice to avoid shouting while you chat for clear communications.

RESPONSIVE CONTROLS
Play in confidence with textured triggers and bumpers, an accurate 8-way D-pad, and smooth thumbstick movement.

DESIGNED FOR XBOX
Built to dominate on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One plus Windows 10.

WIRED TO WIN
Equipped with a detachable 10ft./3m braided cable with USB-C connector.

Recon 500 Headset Faetures

SUPREME COMFORT
Soft memory foam ear cushions wrapped in athletic weave fabric keep you comfortable and cool in the heat of the battle.

DURABLE, LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN
The adjustable, metal-reinforced headband is built to last, flexible, and lightweight for marathon gaming sessions.

PROSPECS™ GLASSES RELIEF
Turtle Beach’s exclusive ProSpecs™ comfort-driven design removes pressure on your glasses while you play.

ON-EAR CONTROLS
Easily accessible volume control and mic mute located on the earcup.

MULTIPLATFORM COMPATIBILITY
Works perfectly with your favorite game consoles, controllers, mobile devices, or anything with a standard 3.5mm jack.

As we enter the holiday season, these items are sure to be on many gamers’ gift lists. You can get your hands on the Recon Controller for $59.95 and the Recon 500 Headset for $79.95.

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