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Tuesday, 26 November 2013 09:13

Turtle Beach to offer adapter for Xbox One

Written by David Stellmack

Not sure what the plan is for past customers

Turtle Beach is offering those buyers that purchase a Turtle Beach Xbox 360 headset, the ability to get an upgrade adapter the make the headset compatible with the Xbox One for free. The promotion seems to be for the Xp400, XP510, XP Seven, and the X42 and it will run from November 22nd to January 30th.

While the ability to use your expensive Xbox 360 headset with the Xbox One is a good deal, but those that already own one of these headsets appear to be out in the cold for the time being. Whispers we hear seem to at least suggest Turtle Beach will sell this adapter later so that owners of the Turtle Beach headsets can use the adapter to make them compatible with the Xbox One. We just how or when they will do this.

You can read more at the Turtle Beach site here.

 

David Stellmack

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