Wireless: No | Drivers: 40mm neodymium magnets | Connectivity: 3.5mm analog | Frequency response: 20Hz–20kHz | Features: Flip-up mic, always-on bass boost, compatible with Windows Sonic
If you value quality but have a limited budget, we highly recommend Turtle Beach’s Recon 200. If you go the line of quality and price excellently, you will get a great sound enhanced by a beefy bass boost function and an incredibly clear microphone for communication. It does not have the quality of seamless surround sound, which has more expensive sets, but it’s good for the price and is highly supported by what it offers your ears. clear mic. This ever-active bass boost provides clues as to what the Recon 200 is best for – shooters – and shows that it sounds especially good and entertaining with war sounds and weapons.
The microphone is not removable, but it is incredibly reliable and solid, and the voices are clearly audible. The design is a bit simple and does not look too good, but it’s solid and sturdy, though it’s not so comfortable for longer game sessions. It’s definitely a gaming headset. So do not look at it the way you want it to. It’s not what it’s meant to be, and it knows it (in a good way).
- Excellent price/quality balance
- Crunchy, quality bass
- Dependable mic and simple design
- Not comfortable in long play sessions
- A little basic on the features front