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Turtle Beach Ear Force X4 - Turtle Beach Ear Force X4
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"If you're planning on pulling an all-nighter, the headset is extremely comfortable and wont hurt your ears even after long hours of gaming! And don't worry about leaving your game for eating, because you have a 30 foot range with which to work. So as long as your fridge and microwave are within that perimeter, you can have a meal and still play your game. The chat boost may not increase the chat volume over the sounds of your chewing, but you can always increase chat volume manually if need be. If it is an in-game noise, however, every bit of your conversation would be crystal clear."
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