Turtle Beach’s Elite SuperAmp Pro Performance Gaming Audio Controller Now Available

Gamers looking to get a boost to their existing wired gaming headsets should look no further than Turtle Beach’s new Elite SuperAmp pro performance gaming audio controller. This little hub can elicit powerful sounds out of your existing headsets with amplified Windows Sonic for Headphones surround sound on Xbox One and compatible Windows 10 PCs, and DTS Headphone:X 7.1 channel surround sound on PS4 and PC. The audio controller can also connect via Bluetooth to the Turtle Beach mobile app to instantly control game and audio chat mixes, Superhuman Hearing, Bass Boost, lighting on the unit, and other EQ settings.

The Elite SuperAmp is available now exclusively through Turtle Beach’s online store for $149.99. Additional details can be found below.

About the Elite SuperAmp

The Elite SuperAmp offers an entirely new way for players to control their game audio. This one-dial gaming audio controller provides powerful amplified Windows Sonic for Headphones surround sound on Xbox One and compatible Windows 10 PCs, and DTS® Headphone:X® 7.1 channel surround sound on PS4™ and PC, and connects via Bluetooth® to the Turtle Beach Audio Hub mobile app on Android or iOS devices where gamers can adjust a variety of settings. When connected to the Audio Hub app on their mobile device, players will be able to instantly control features like Game and Chat Audio Mix, Variable Mic Monitoring, Dynamic Chat Boost™, Superhuman Hearing™and other audio EQ presets, including Bass Boost. There are also controls for the SuperAmp’s LED color and lighting mode, and streaming-specific audio settings as well.


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