Turtle Beach Call of Duty: MW3 Ear Force Delta
AMAZING!!! Fantastic quality
I have had these for almost a year and I still am in love with them. Pure clean sound. I sometimes finding myself looking around when I hear some character talk and I'm not paying attention thinking it was some one next to me. You literally here EVERYTHING. Great for multiplayer, campaign, music, and movies. Bluetooth is great and you can even plug a second pair of any ear phones to let your friend get in the action. CONS - Battery's (buy rechargeable) 2. Something Ghz or whatever compared to 5 on new headsets.
These were my first premium headset always had the cheap $20 dollar ones. These are really great and the sound is outstanding. Straight up surrond sound like 7 speaker and a sub all up in your ear with high quality. They are fun to use. BUY THEM TO EARN MORE KILLS LESS DEATHS
Amazing Headset and sound
I love these headsets. i had the Astros A20's and i must say these ARE WAY BETTER for less. wireless
the game is great.
the game mw3 blows out any other call of duty game. this game is to cool for any person if they are only great at this game.
Great Sound whoreing Device
If your looking for headphones screw astras get these they are the best sound whoreing device ever me and my friends even got moab's with them
Way To Expensive! but ill buy it ! :) And The Realy Good Thing Is That It's For Xbox360 And Ps3 So All you people who have a ps3 and a xbox360 there you go! Buy This Headset!
Way better than Tritton AX Pro!!
I have the Tritton AX Pro headset. These were really good. Once I found the Turtle Beach MW3 Ear Force Deltas, i boxed up my AX Pro's and put them away, waiting for someone to buy them! The sounds that come out of the Turtle Beach MW3 Ear Force Deltas is was superior to the AX Pro's. Despite it being a wireless headset it performs like a wired set without the cables and added weight. The headset is light and comfortable to wear. I did get rechargeable AA batteries to keep me in the game! The design of the headset was genius! You can not go wrong with these headphones!
Amazing. Simply amazing.
Not only does this headset look amazing; it sounds amazing. The different presets are really nice, even if you dont customize your own. I have had this product for 2 weeks. I have to change the batteries once a week which is a downer, but unless you play as often as i do, or use it as much as i do, you wont have this problem. I can use it with my iPad, phone, PS3 and 360, not to mention my tv too. Its basically universal. Gettig used to all of the buttons and their locations takes a little time, but once you learn them its a breeze. Overall this product is definitely worth the $300, if your a core gamer or have money to spend.
Great Buy worth every cent
u will notice a huge increase in your kill count once u can hear ware the shots are coming from. i did.
Hype be damned
I need to start off by saying I am a hardcore gamer. I have been gaming for 20+ years. I like tech and am at an age where I have the money to spend on "luxury" items and know enough to know when products are bogus.
I have purchased turtle beaches before. I was NOT impressed. The battery life was laughable (6-8 hours) and the "surround sound" technology did not work well at all. That was a waste of $300. Then I went and bough Astro A-15 headsets. They were $500-$600 and were sufficient, but I truly don't love them. So I waited until an upcoming product that would compete and the Turtle Beach: Delta's seamed promising. Most upcoming gaming technology is over hyped. With these headphones hype be damned. They blow the Astro's out of the water (and at $200 cheaper!).
Blue-tooth works flawlessly. I loved using it while playing video games. It was much more enjoyable then the exhausting neck-shoulder-hold.
There are many different setting that you can use that actually give you an advantage on the field. You will actually be able to hear footsteps better than you would be able to on a home entertainment system.
The best improvement though is the fit. They have a more 'snug' fit. While I still find the circular shape of the ear holes less aesthetically pleasing than ovular headphones (personal choice), they are no less comfortable. Also an advantage the mic boom swings/bends further and more easily, and it picks up much less residual/white noise. I don't have to mute my mic if I have my overhead fan on like I did with those super sensitive Astros.
If you have the money buy these headphones. I promise you will like them. If they are bugged trade them in for new ones. I can not see how people could give these headphones a bad review. Quality costs. Maybe the other models are just as high quality, I do not know, but price-tag fear is no reason to bash this product.