Visit our Business Solutions website >>

Turtle Beach Ear Force DSS

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the bass quality and reliability are overall positive. The build quality and usability are also appreciated, but some have doubts about the comfort and value for money.

sound, usability, build quality, reliability, bass quality

value for money, comfort

On average, users rate this product 85/100.

Review analysis

(Based on 6 reviews)

2 expert reviews

User Reviews  

Review Ratings

  (25% of reviews)
Show all 5 star reviews
  (75% of reviews)
Show all 4 star reviews
  (no reviews)
 
  (no reviews)
 
  (no reviews)
 

Features

Usability
  Show positive (75%)None yet(Show all)
Value for money
  None yetShow negative (50%)(Show all)
Reliability
  Show positive (100%)None yet(Show all)
Bass quality
  Show positive (100%)None yet(Show all)
Comfort
  None yetShow negative (50%)(Show all)
Build quality
  Show positive (100%)None yet(Show all)

Showing 6 review(s)

Expert Reviews User Reviews
Showing 1 - 6 of 6 Show Reviews: in English

Expert review by:

Turtle Beach Ear Force DSS Review

 

Having a surround sound speaker system for games and movies is a definite advantage in immersion these days. Both games and movies have had surround sound (5.1 and 7.1) for a while now, but unlike movie-watchers, gamers are a little slower in adopting...

Solid Build Quality ; Stereo Enhancements ; Easy to set-up and use ; USB Powered + USB Passthrough ; Bass Control

Surround sound is very hard to distinguish ; Pro Logic IIX is slightly redundant

The Ear Force DSS is an interesting take on a concept that has been in development for a few years now. Surround sound simulation seems fairly reasonable from stereo headphones because we do, of course, only have two ears. However, I just don’t think...

Expert review by:

Turtle Beach EarForce DSS

 

Surround-sound headphones—both real and simulated—have a checkered history. The trouble is that it's rare to find light, comfortable headphones a) in the style you prefer, b) with overall audio quality, and c) with believable multichannel imaging ...

Bottom line: Does the EarForce DSS help you discern front sounds from rear ones? It does, as we verified with our sound card's diagnostic routine that sent test noise to each channel one after the other. The effect may not be as starkly noticeable...

Consumer review by:

I'm so glad I got one."

 

I heard about this thing on a message board and decided it was just whatI was looking for, and I was stunned to find it was available in New Zealandas I'd never heard of anything like it. I'm amazed Mighty Ape don't advertise itmore instead of just...

ADVERTISEMENT

Consumer review by:

Turtle Beach is my new be-ach!"

 

This affordable set is awesome if you have an existing head set that is ofgood quality. I played with these on my HD280 Sennheiser and they thumped! Theenviroment it created was fantastic, but it was fiddly with all the cords.I passed these onto a mate...

Consumer review by:

Thumbs Up"

 

Just got the DSS recently gave it a quick run through and it seems to bepretty good. Im currently using TB EForce Px21's They're an amplified headset so adding the DSS just compliments it well,boosting up the bass and volume. So far I'd say a must have...

Consumer review by:

Worth the wait"

 

When the X41 headset was released it was a rather pricey device. I have beenwaiting for a local release of the DSS, and it's finally arriving. Definitely a great option for those that want Dolby Headphone surround in alltheir device, not just their...

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT