At the end of the day we can say the Turtle Beach Ear Force PX22 are very capable headphones. They are capable of resolving a lot of fine detail and are ideal for gamers who demand high quality audio reproduction.
The only real downside we could find with the Ear Force PX22 is the plastic components used throughout. Although nothing broke while testing the headset we do think the build quality could have been improved slightly. This might deter some users who treat their headsets a little roughly.
Although the PX22 will not replace a good pair of speakers we do feel they will be a great addition to a gaming set-up due to their multi-platform compatibility and ability to answer calls without having to take the headset off in-game.
Available for £64.97 inc vat. the Turtle Beach Ear Force PX22 are a solid investment, though we would recommend trying on a pair as the plastic construction may not be everyone’s cup of tea.
- Solid gaming performance.
- Multi-platform compatibility.
- Option to connect a phone to keep gamers in the game.
- Plastic construction has a flimsy feel to it.
- Pricing puts it in a tough spot with stereo headsets from competitors.
KitGuru says: A good headset that we would have gladly given our Must Have award if the build quality was better.