Turtle Beach Launches Recon 50 Red/Blue and Recon 70 Lavender Gaming Headsets

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅16.05.2023 23:39:00
Press Release

Turtle Beach launches two new colourways of its best-selling Recon 70 and Recon 50 gaming headsets. The Turtle Beach Recon 70 Lavender joins the esteemed family of affordable wired gaming headsets as the series’ latest colour option for gamers. The Turtle Beach® Recon™ 50 Red/Blue dawns the classic and unmistakable colours of the Nintendo Switch. Both models feature high-quality 40mm over-ear speakers and a high-sensitivity microphone for superior game sound and clear chat. They also have a lightweight and comfortable design with leatherette-wrapped cushions that provide added noise isolation and improved bass response.

The Turtle Beach Recon 70 Lavender has a convenient flip-to-mute mic and on-ear volume controls, while the Turtle Beach Recon 50 Red/Blue utilizes Turtle Beach’s removable boom microphone and in-line volume controls. Both models are multiplatform compatible for gaming across all devices with a wired 3.5mm connection.

Recon 70 Features
Convenient Flip-To-Mute Mic
Comfortable Lightweight Headset Design
High-Quality 40mm Speakers for Superior Sound
Premium, Noise-Isolating Ear Cushions
Versatile Compatibility Across Platforms
Compatible with Spatial Audio Technologies
On-Ear Volume Control

Recon 50 Features
Comfortable Lightweight Headset Design
High Quality 40mm Speakers for Superior Sound
Convenient In-Line Controls
High Sensitivity Mic for Crystal Clear Chat
Versatile Compatibility Across Platforms

Pricing and Availability
Turtle Beach’s Recon 70 Lavender and Recon 50 Red/Blue are available now at turtlebeach.com and participating retailers for $39.99 MSRP (€39.99 | £34.99) and $24.99 MSRP (€24.99 | £19.99), respectively.

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