Turtle Beach aims at the $100 range.
Opening past Turtle Beach headsets has been akin to opening a model aircraft kit; there’s usually dozens of parts with a cryptic instruction booklet that makes as much sense as Ikea instructions written in Klingon (unless you read Klingon, in which case that simile is wasted on you). So I was very surprised to see such a sparse collection of bits and bobs inside the case of the Recon 320 headset. Along with the headphones there’s a removable microphone, which connects to the headset via a 3.5mm jack. Opening up the accessories compartment reveals just two cables; one headphone cable with inline microphone and a male 3.5mm connection on each end, for use with soundcards, and another cable with a USB digital sound processor.