The Turtle Beach 60P and the Turtle Beach P12 are both headphone sets designed for gaming. Both are a similar style and are around the same price, so which headphones are better?
We have put together a list of the main features of both the Turtle Beach 60P and the Turtle Beach P12 to see which headphones we think come out on top.
The Turtle Beach P12 features a comfortable leatherette padded headband that can easily be adjusted to fit your head and is lightweight enough for wearing for long gaming sessions. The Turtle Beach P12 also has soft padded ear cushions with breathable mesh fabric and ear cups that sit around your ears, to give you extra comfort.
The Turtle Beach 60P is a lightweight headset that features a leatherette padded headband that can quickly adjust to most head sizes. The ear cushions are padded and wrapped in leatherette fabric and sit around your ears for less head pressure.
Both models produce amplified stereo sound for a louder and more immersive gaming experience. The Turtle Beach 60P features 40 millimeter drivers compared to the Turtle Beach P12 which delivers sound through 50 millimeter drivers.
With the Turtle Beach P12 you can adjust the bass to tailor your audio to the games you’re playing or movies you’re watching. Both models are closed back headphones, meaning more of your sounds are contained within the headset and less exterior sounds can leak in.
Both models have a microphone with added microphone monitoring that allows you to hear your own voice in the headphones so you know you’re not shouting at competitors or teammates. The microphone on the Turtle Beach P12 is on a flexible cable and can flipped out of the way when not in use.
Both models come with in-line volume controls so you can quickly mute the microphone or adjust the volume, with the Turtle Beach P12 having an extra control to adjust the bass. The Turtle Beach 60P has the added benefit of being able to fold flat for easy storage or for resting on your shoulders when not in use.
The two sets of headphones are designed to be used with the PS4 and will work with the added amplifier that gets connected to the console. Both models will work well with the PS3 and the PS Vita.
Both models feature a USB connection as well as a 3.5 millimeter jack connection so you can connect to a range of other devices, such as laptops and TVs. Both models will also work with Xbox consoles, although some features, such as the microphone mute or bass controls may not always work.
After looking at the features of both the Turtle Beach 60P and the Turtle Beach P12 we think the better headphones are the Turtle Beach P12. These headphones benefit from having a more comfortable headband and ear cushions, meaning you can wear them for longer.
The Turtle Beach P12 also has the advantage of in-line bass controls, a flexible microphone as well as larger drivers, making it the better model.
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