Turtle Beach Unleashes the Ear Force on Wii U

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Turtle Beach, in collaboration with Nintendo, is bringing a pair of affordable entry level stereo headsets to market this holiday season alongside the launch of the Wii U, offering built-in chat and volume control features to block out audio distractions while playing games directly on the GamePad.

Officially licensed headsets coming to Wii U include the Ear Force NLa and the Ear Force N11.

Available in both black and white, the Ear Force NLa is the perfect headset for Nintendo gamers seeking high-fidelity audio and superior comfort at an affordable price. The NLa combines high-fidelity stereo game audio and crystal-clear communication in a sleek, lightweight and durable design. Created explicitly for use with the Wii U GamePad controller, the NLa features in-line volume control and noise-isolating ear cushions allowing for personalized audio while blocking out distractions. For gamers on the go, the NLa’s 4-pole connector can easily disconnect from the Wii U GamePad and connect to portable devices such as the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS hand-held systems. Arriving in Q4 2012, the NLa MSRP is $34.95.

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Available in black, the Ear Force N11 headset is the ideal headset for Nintendo gamers seeking a more audio immersive experience. Its acoustically angled 50mm speakers deliver extended bass with extraordinary dynamic range for optimum audio performance. With a fully adjustable, lightweight headband and breathable mesh ear cushions, the N11 is designed for extreme comfort during long sessions with Wii U. It also has a 4-pole connector that easily plugs-in to portable devices such as the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS. Arriving in Q4, the N11 MSRP is $49.95.

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