Turtle Beach Call of Duty: MW3 Ear Force Bravo Limited Edition Programmable Wireless Universal Gaming Headset

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Turtle Beach Call of Duty: MW3 Ear Force Bravo Limited Edition Programmable Wireless Universal Gaming Headset

Turtle Beach Call of Duty: MW3 Ear Force Bravo Limited Edition Programmable Wireless Universal Gaming Headset

  • Exclusives: Custom military textured finish with MW3 insignia, Call of Duty embossed headband, Custom MW3 audio presets, MW3 downloadable multi-media content and bonus extras, Military-style equipment case, discounts on Turtle Beach swag
  • The EFD comes pre-loaded with exclusive custom audio presets designed by the MW3 developers to optimize the game experience; also upload any of the many custom presets available on the Turtle Beach website to configure up to 18 personalized presets
  • Rechargeable Battery provides more than 10 hours of uninterrupted gameplay
  • Sonic Lens with Sound Field Expander allows the player to widen or narrow the sound field to focus on sound cues that are difficult to hear like enemy footsteps
  • Ear Guard with Blast Limiter limits the intensity of deafening sounds such as explosions and gunfire while Sonic Silencers eliminate background noise on your mic and online chat

The Turtle Beach Call of Duty: MW3 Ear Force Bravo (EFB) Limited Edition headset is ready for battle with programmable presets, wireless game sound, universal compatibility and a rechargeable battery. Featuring exclusive Call of Duty: MW3 customized presets, exclusive COD color scheme and textured military finish, massive 50mm speakers and full supply of bonus MW3 content, the Ear Force Bravo is built to let you Hear Everything and dominate. The EFB’s fully-programmable Digital Signal Processor (DSP) lets you to enhance and personalize your game experience with fully customizable game audio and chat signals. Custom MW3 presets can be selected on-the fly to zero in on enemy footsteps, amplify bone-rattling explosions and hear every shell casing hit the floor – all while calling the shots with crystal-clear communication. The EFB also features a rechargeable battery that provides more than 10 hours of game play between charges. The battery can even be charged while gaming, so you’ll

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  1. 59 of 65 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Review for Turtle Beach Call of Duty: MW3 Ear Force Bravo Limited Edition Programmable Wireless Universal Gaming Headset, November 2, 2011
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    This review is from: Turtle Beach Call of Duty: MW3 Ear Force Bravo Limited Edition Programmable Wireless Universal Gaming Headset (Accessory)

    I just purchased these last night, Nov 1st, to use while playing BattleField 3 for xbox 360. These are my first headsets for online gaming and so far they are just OK…I dont think they are worth the $179 price…they seem to be basic wireless headsets with some built-in dsp (digital signal processing) presets..think equilizer for your stereo. Now for the Fun Stuff . From their website:

    “The EFB also comes with a “Field Supplies” card, featuring a unique code to unlock access to an exclusive Turtle Beach / CoD: MW3 mini-site where you will find:

    * Access to exclusive downloadable artwork
    * Discounts on Turtle Beach swag
    * Exclusive offers from Turtle Beach and partner companies for deals on MW3 content and other items that you can’t get anywhere else
    * …and much more!”

    I went to their website and accessed the MW3 “special” area. ” […] ” and looked at the “exclusive” content. The only items that are on that page are
    * Ear Force Bravo Enhanced Audio Preset Manager Software theres EarForce Delta also, but thats it)
    * Additional Call of Duty: MW3 Enhanced Audio Presets for the Ear Force Delta
    * Turtle Beach Apparel Promo Code
    * Turtle Beach Call of Duty: MW3 PC Wallpaper / Screensavers

    With the product description about programmable presets, I was thinking I would be able to customize the presets…WRONG… I install the software, but the “Additional” presets I downloaded are the SAME as the ones already installed with the Manager software..nothing programmable at all. Where is all the “Exclusive” content? Wallpapers of the headsets and discounts for buying clothing?? There are no additional presets like the PX3 has. All that can be done is cycle through the presets.

    Pros:
    * wireless
    * flexible boom mike
    * clear speech with no background hiss and decent game sound, but it can get a little muddled when a lot is going on where you cannot tell where even a helicopter is.
    * separate Chat and Game sound volume controls
    * rechargable lithium-polymer battery
    * lightweight
    * the headband has a springsteel band (not sure how far it goes into the earcup legs)

    Cons:
    * Overpriced – nearly $80-90 more compared to a wired version. Probably about $50 more than a wired dolby 5.1 version.
    * lightweight feels kind of cheap for the price
    * fabric earcup material is a little irritating
    * Lackluster “Exclusive” content
    * rechargable lithium-polymer battery pack does not appear to be replaceable.
    * Programmable “Pre-sets” are just presets…nothing programmable about them. You can cycle through the presets by pressing the preset button on the headset…that is it. I was unable to use any of the other headset presets I downloaded from Turtle Beach.
    * Seems to be only simulated surround sound, as the wireless transmitter uses the standard Red/White RCA jacks for the input. They are NOT dolby 5.1/7.1, that requires their DSS accessory for an additional $89!
    * For being wireless, there are a LOT of cables –
    * USB charging cable for headset
    * USB cable for powering the transmitter
    * audio splitter cable from source to transmitter (RCA to 3.5mm jack)
    * xbox306 talkback audio cable from headset to controller so you can talk.

    Result? You may want to consider the Xbox 360 Wireless Headset X41 by Voyetra/Turtle Beach with Dolby Headphone 7.1 Surround Sound instead…its $20 cheaper and is true 7.1 DSS.

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  2. 9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Little Advice, November 19, 2011
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    While these are def overpriced, due to my setup I needed wireless for my 360. These were great to keep the wife happy during long gaming sessions at night. These are not programmable as they say. Installed software and just gave option of MW3 presets which are already there. Just ordered dss today. All in all great headset. Pretty comfortable. Tried a set of Xp500 and we’re too large for my ears. Went with these due to rechargeable battery. I was afraid of going through too many batteries. All in all great purchase but hindsight is 20/20. In retrospect I would have picked up a set of px3’s and added dss. This would give you simulated 7.1 and rechargeable wireless at a better price.

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  3. 16 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Had no Idea, November 9, 2011
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    First off just let me say that I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS HEADSET. Ok so with that being said I bought this for myself for my Bday because i felt i was good this year and deserved to treat myself. I got it to use on my Xbox 360 (ebony) and I’m use to playing with the ole rinky dink one that comes with the system. I wanted something to help take my gaming to the next level and I searched all over the net trying to decide which headset to get and i came across this one. Did research on it and got plenty of mixed reviews but 80% of the bad ones were about the cost (which i must admit i was iffy about myself but was very reluctant to find a pair here for $119.00) and not the product itself other than the whiners complaining about too many wires for it being wireless… Really??? One goes to the transmitter for power, another to the transmitter for the sound of the game to come through and the last is to charge the headset from the transmitter when it needs to be charged. Which by the way i used for a 14hr MW3 session and still had power to go more. Then there is a wire for if you want to use the headset as wireless earphones for your TV, watch movies, mp3 player, or whatever else you can think of for OPTIONAL enjoyment. Umm the headset itself is still only has one and that’s only for IF you want to chat. connect to your 360 controller from headset. No big deal.

    Now the sound is amazing. You can select from a list of preloaded sound presets to focus in on what you want to hear and you really can hear the difference they make. I read a few people say they heard no difference… either tone deaf or dirty ears that need a good cotton swab cause even my grandma heard the switch from explosions to footsteps. (not a dramatization) Anywho then there is the hurts ears thing. That is based off of your anatomy and I cant help you there i can see how it may hurt some people after a while, but my ears fit right in the holes so not a problem for me.

    So all in all I guess what I’m saying is that I would def recommend this to anyone who like myself really didn’t know much about a headset past the basics and want a good, quality gaming experience with tremendous sound. I wanted to welcome MW3 with a new experience and I must say I’m happy I took the chance with these. I may have been luck with the price but after actually having a hands on experience with them i wouldn’t have minded if i had to pay full price. Great buy for any gamer be it a “noob” or a vet. Oh I almost forgot I have a ps3 as well, rarely play but still and all whenever they come up with something worth powering it on for again I can use these hybrid babies on it as well as a pc. So yea def worth it.

    On a side note for anyone who has a 360 hit me up my gamer tag is: Deaths Songxx. Hope my review helps and good luck.

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