E3 is an exciting time for gamers. While all the big publishers and developers were busy showing off their new games, gaming headset veteran Turtle Beach was hard at work bringing their own new lineup to the show floor.

As one of the leading companies in the gaming headset industry, Turtle Beach has made a name for itself by creating fantastic gaming headsets that offer superior audio quality for gamers looking to get the most of out their game’s audio. To help gamers do this, Turtle Beach has announced the introduction of two new amplified gaming headsets, The Recon 200 and the Stealth 300.

The cheaper of the two new headsets, The Recon 200, offers spectacular audio which is delivered through 40mm speakers, and touts a high-sensitivity flip-to-mute mic. Coming in at only $59.95, gamers can get their hands on this excellent pair of new headsets from Turtle Beach for the price of a brand-new game on their favorite console. The new headset offers 12 hours of uninterrupted battery life per charge, giving gamers plenty of time to dive in and get their hands dirty in their favorite experiences.

The Recon 200 also features a robust metal-reinforced headband, as well as leather-wrapped memory foam cushions to help ensure the headset stays comfortable every second that it is on your head. On top of working with the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, The Recon 200 also offers excellent support for the Nintendo Switch, PC, and mobile devices.

If you’re looking for something a bit more luxurious, then the Stealth 300 offers many of the same key features that more expensive headsets do and will only set you back around $79.95. With a 40-hour battery life per charge, as well as a metal-reinforced headband and Turtle Beach’s unique ProSpecs glasses-friendly memory foam cushions, the Stealth 300 is a beast of a headset that offers outstanding audio as well as support for Microsoft Window’s Sonic for Headphones surround sound, allowing you to immerse yourself even further in your favorite games.

The Recon 200 will be available for purchase this fall, and gamers looking to get their hands on the Stealth 300 can look to pick up the new headset in next month, July 2018.