September 19th 2011 3:51 am


conclusion:We like it

82 December 21st 2012 3:06 pm

The Ear Force Z6A is a solid headset, with surround sound that "really enhances the gaming experience," according to KitGuru, though they thought that "when listening to music, the experience isn’t quite as impressive," and Maximum PC declared the bass response "a little weak." But gamers should be pleased overall, as found the Z6A "quite comfortable for extended wear," and the voice chat to be "pinpoint clear." KitGuru felt it offers "reasonable value for money as it offers top notch performance in a quality package."

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PC Mag Nov 2, 2011

The Turtle Beach Ear Force Z6A is a great gaming headset if you have a 5.1-channel sound card in your PC, but if you don't, you're going to need some adapters.

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KitGuru Sep 10, 2011

At a price of around £80, the Turtle Beach offers reasonable value for money as it offers top notch performance in a quality package.

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Maximum PC May 25, 2012

If your computer has the right audio outputs and you want headphones capable of delivering directional audio for games, and if you have another set of phones for listening to music and watching movies, the Z6A is a fine choice.

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Top Ten Reviews Jul 17, 2011

This is the only PC gaming headset that we reviewed that uses multiple drivers. The legitimacy of this 5.1 system comes out strong in games and movies, allowing you to get that three-dimensional effect that immerses you in the audio.

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8.0 Nov 25, 2011

If you are looking for a dedicated gamer headset and like the ability to boost various channels for games where the sound is not altogether top-notch, this is the headset for you.

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Erny Erny

I found this set to be comfortable and solidly built. The sound quality is excellent for gaming and it revolutionised my experience thanks to its 5.1 capability. Suddenly, I can better distinguish where enemies are coming from in FPS games and hear things in-game, in all-genres, that I'd never...

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thompo thompo

great sound poor comfort not for gamers who play for the day the main thing you think of after playing for half an hour is how painful the headset is and not how good it sounds the mic on it is second to none i had it as my headset for about a year and had the headset by my side talking to...

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