Turtle Beach Z300 Wireless Gaming Headset Review

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ModCrash Reviews the Turtle Beach Z300 Wireless Gaming Headset

Final Thoughts and Conclusion

The Turtle Beach Z300 headset have a couple drawbacks but they are far outweighed by its positive features. I have always wanted a wireless headset for my PC but had always put my money inside my PC rather than its peripherals until last year. I learned the hard way about how having the proper peripherals can enhance your gaming experience considerably. If you have used any of the headsets that Turtle Beach have made for consoles then you can expect the same quality with their headsets made for PC. I am very grateful for Turtle Beach sending us a set to review as I would gladly buy a set off the shelf for my personal use.

The biggest drawback to the Z300 headset is the lack of bass. It does have some and the tone boost helps. I have used other Turtle Beach headsets for the Xbox 360, namely the XP500 and XP400, and it seemed as though they had more bass in them. If you are big into bass then this might be a turn off but aren’t a big deal in my eyes when looking at the Z300 headset overall. If you are looking at purchasing this headset to listen to music and movies you won’t be disappointed but the Z300 headset really excels when gaming with the use of the 7.1 Dolby surround sound.

The bottom line is the Turtle Beach Z300 wireless gaming headset are pretty good. You can hear someone trying to creep up behind you from any direction, wireless range is great, and the microphone is crisp and clear. You can purchase this headset for about $179.99 from either Newegg.com or Amazon.com.


Turtle Beach Ear Force Z300 Wireless Gaming Headset

ModCrash Recommended


  • Sound and Mic Quality
  • Comfort
  • Good wireless range
  • Removable and very flexible mic
  • Great battery life


  • Not enough bass
  • Short charging cable
  • Maximize Multimedia Audio - The Z300 will be your go-to headset for music, Skype, Netflix and more
  • Microphone Monitor - Hear your voice in the headset while speaking, so you don't have to shout
  • Mobile Versatility - Utilize dual-pairing Bluetooth or included mobile device cable for on-the-go use
  • Independent Volume Controls - Separate game and chat volume controls plus mic mute right on the headset
  • Rechargeable Battery - Up to 15 hours of play out of built-in Lithium Polymer batter, plus you can charge and play simultaneously
  • $199.95
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Information & pictures used from the Turtle Beach Z300 Owner’s Manuel.

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