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I bought the turtle beach x12's for my brother a year and a half ago and he loves them. After hearing music thru them I thought they sounded pretty good damn good for the price. He uses them for his xbox and pc and with the long cord you don't feel attached to the system.

It is a really really long cord. Excellent for playing on the couch though, as long as no one trips over it.
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post #12 of 12
Ive broken at least 7 xbox headsets. I now have turtle beach and they are awesome and this cord IS long but sometimes that cord is a PAIN!! Id like a wireless headset but not for $100... I just cant justify that for headphones :/
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