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Turtle Beach Ear Force PX21

Turtle Beach Ear Force PX21
alaScore 80

511 reviews

May, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 511 reviews of Turtle Beach Ear Force PX21. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. Opinions about the comfort and size are generally positive. The price and usability are also appreciated.

sound, usability, price, size, comfort

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Turtle Beach Ear Force PX21 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Jeff Bakalar (cnet.com)

Turtle Beach Ear Force PX21 Universal Gaming Headset review

 

Gamers understand that you can't always get a solid gaming session in during the daytime hours. If you share your living space, the odds are you've had to wait until nightfall so that you can have uninterrupted gaming time. It's no wonder, then, that...

Stereo headset for game consoles; works with PlayStation Network and Xbox Live in-game chat; long 16-foot wire; RCA bypass-capable connections; in-line control box; adjustable boom mic; also works as a PC/Mac headset.

No support for surround sound; stereo analog connections only; may require a lot of unplugging if used with multiple devices.

The Ear Force P21 headset may not support surround sound, but it is a solid stereo headset for voice chatting in Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 games.

Apr, 2010

Expert review by: Jeff Bakalar (cnet.com)

Turtle Beach PS3 Ear Force PX21 Gaming Headset review

 

Any gamer who plays at night knows how important it is to have a solid set of headphones. We've looked at solutions in the past for Xbox 360 like the Turtle Beach X4s and the all-in-one Tritton AX Pro . If PlayStation 3 is your console of choice, you...

Stereo headset for PlayStation 3; works with PSN in-game chat; long 16-foot wire; RCA bypass-capable connections; in-line control box; adjustable boom mic; also works as a PC/Mac headset.

No support for surround sound; stereo analog connections only.

The Ear Force P21 headset may not support surround sound, but it is a solid PlayStation 3 accessory that supports in-game chat.

Aug, 2009

Consumer review by: Rourke0 (cnet.com)

I've had this headset since July 2015, and it broke Oct 2016 in an impossible to fix spot.

 

I've had these for about 1 and a half years to only have them break on me, I will not be buying another pair as after about 6 months the pad that rests on the top of my head wasn't padded and it then fitted ill on my head. It constantly also had to be...

Good sound quality, surround sound, separate game and chat sound, good microphone quality

Feel cheap, notorious to break, very long cord

Jan, 2017

Consumer review by: Johnjknight (cnet.com)

Picked up during a sale and still not worth it.

 

these headsets are a massive waste of money and i feel sorry for anyone who paid 80 bucks for it.The broken frame refuses to be mended the hiss when nothing is playing is unbareable and they get very uncommfortable when worn for more than half and...

When they work the sound quality is decent but i do not have a lot of experince in headsets.

For computer gaming the 16 foot cable was anything but useful the cable mearly clutters up your desk and gets in the way.the frame is very weak and has broken twice for me above each ear, aconnstand hiss in the ear makes you want to hit something.

Oct, 2013

Consumer review by: sassin8tin (cnet.com)

Exellent for the money .

 

they are great how they come and even better with the dss sound card witch yes makes them 7.1 surround sound

clear chat and gaming sound. comfortable to wear hours on end .usb powered so you dont have to worry about charging a battery.

wire develops breaks in it over time as with all wired head sets.

Aug, 2013

Consumer review by: MoosePanda (cnet.com)

A quick headache.

 

I decided to try this when I was in the market for a new headset. Upon inspection the headset seemed durable enough for my use and not too clunky. Upon plugging it in, I was hissed at by the headset more than my roommate's cat on a bad day. While the...

Great sound quality and comfortable fit.

Constant white noise in the background when nothing is making sound.

Jul, 2013

Consumer review by: CoeDawg (cnet.com)

"Really good sound but ya gotta baby them..."

 

The sound from this set is good, and I think it's priced pretty good compared to other similar sets. My only complaint is the durability. I'm an adult and I treat my stuff with care but yet I had to buy a replacement headset because the plastic above...

Great sound. Long cord. Nice it has separate controls for both chat and sound.

Weak materials. Not durable.

Dec, 2012

Consumer review by: CoeDawg (cnet.com)

Really good sound but ya gotta baby them...

 

The sound from this set is good, and I think it's priced pretty good compared to other similar sets. My only complaint is the durability. I'm an adult and I treat my stuff with care but yet I had to buy a replacement headset because the plastic above...

Great sound. Long cord. Nice it has separate controls for both chat and sound.

Weak materials. Not durable.

Dec, 2012

Consumer review by: mjdlynch (cnet.com)

"don't waste you money on these."

 

I'm thinking. I'm thinking.....

There is a tri-axial stress point just above the earpiece bracket. This high stress point is constructed of the cheapest re-grind plastic known to man. Even foreign workers look at it and say "that's too cheap to work"

Oct, 2012

Consumer review by: mjdlynch (cnet.com)

don't waste you money on these.

 

I'm thinking. I'm thinking.....

There is a tri-axial stress point just above the earpiece bracket. This high stress point is constructed of the cheapest re-grind plastic known to man. Even foreign workers look at it and say "that's too cheap to work"

Oct, 2012