Turtle Beach Battle Buds In-Ear Gaming Headset for Mobile Gaming, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4, Pro, & PC - Black/Silver - Nintendo Switch
- Crystal Clear Chat - Removable high-sensitivity mic picks up your voice loud and clear or use the built-in inline mic when on the go
- Lightweight & Comfortable - Play for hours in complete comfort with three sizes of interchangeable ear-tips and stabilizers for the best fit
- Multifunction Inline Controller - Inline controller puts master volume control, mic mute and a multifunction button (on supported devices) at your fingertips
- High-Quality 10MM Speakers - 10mm speakers produce crisp highs and thundering lows
- Universal Compatibility - Designed for Nintendo Switch and mobile gaming on the go. Also works great with Xbox One, PS4 Pro & PS4 and PC
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The all-new Turtle Beach Battle Buds in-ear gaming headset is built to battle on any platform, anywhere you play! From road trips with Nintendo Switch to Battle Royales on Xbox One or PS4 at home to mobile gaming on your daily commute, Battle Buds are the perfect mix of in-ear comfort and great sound. Built to be heard loud and clear with a removable high-sensitivity boom mic or inline mic when you're on the go. Play for hours in complete comfort and in complete control with a multifunction inline controller featuring master volume control, mic mute and a multifunction button for supporting devices.
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Fit: took me a couple tries I started off with the already installed medium earpiece and medium ear stabilizer and then eventually after wearing them that way I found using the smaller stabilizer with the medium earbuds worked for me. After about 2 hours my ears were a little sore but not enough for discomfort until the 3rd hour playing playing. Which is fine for me because I like to switch off between earbuds and then my regular over the ear Turtle Beaches.
Sound: playing gears 5 and in order to get the mic monitoring to work properly so I wasn't shouting I had to turn down the volume through the Xbox One 2 clicks from max volume and put the mic monitoring all the way up. Chat mixer was set to default in the middle. Mic volume on the inline volume was a little more than halfway below max volume and it seemed perfect. Didn't have any complaints from friends and chat or in-game of Echo and I use the party chat overlay anyways so if there was any Echo I would see it's coming from my mic which there was none
These are good for me when I want to take a break from an annoying headband one ear cup mic or my big-eared Turtle Beaches and it's good to have something like this to switch off if you're going to be running long gaming sessions. You can also adjust run the earpiece with the mic you don't have to wear both of them which is a good option
*The Bad- #1 microphone picks up every sound in the room, there seems to be no noise cancelling with the mic, and that is with both the inline and the attachment mic. #2 Echo...Echo... Echo.... Extremely bad echo, in party chat on Xbox...
These headphones work great for music on my phone.. I have not tested call quality audio yet, but I would only recommend these if you are using the for music or soley as audio only, the mic has too many issues for gaming to be good. I would have given this more stars if the mic was decent, but can't give it less because the audio is good.
It comes with three different size rubber earbuds. The sound wasn't good with the default medium ones, they were a little loose and the bass suffered, let in ambient noise etc., and yet they were still uncomfortable in my ear canals after a while. I tried the large ones, and the sound was better but the discomfort was worse and immediate.
I have a cheap pair of earbuds I also bought from Amazon which have better sound and I can wear them all day without discomfort, but unfortunately they have no mic. Anyone know a good separate mic that's good for gaming?