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Turtlebeach Earforce P11 Headset (PlayStation 3)

  • Model #: 8078380
  • Web Code: 10168374
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The Ear Force P11 integrates premium stereo game sound with crystal-clear communication on the PlayStation Network and PC/Mac to create an immersive audio environment for playing popular game titles. The P11 is two headsets in one - a stereo USB headset for chat sound and an amplified stereo headset for game sound. That means you can independently control chat and game sound from a single control box whether you're playing PS3 or PC games.

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  • The P11 gives you a significant advantage because you can hear sound cues others can't, so you'll react faster and take them out before they take you out.
  • If you're serious about your PS3 gaming, then get serious about the sound. Move up to the Ear Force P11 and become a better player while experiencing your games as they were meant to be heard.

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  • Parts - 1 Year(s)

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  • from London, Ont
  • May 18, 2014

Great product

I've had these for 4 months. Still work as good as the day I got them. Great buy. Especially if you get them on sale. They are bulky. But I still like them. The mic is extremely flexible so it shouldn't break.. I would buy them again

  • from Scarborough, ON
  • Jan 06, 2014

Not a bad headset to get yourself started

Headsets are not exactly for everybody: some find them distracting, some find them annoying. The P11 by Turtle Beach is an affordable headset for those on a budget and wants to know if Gaming Headsets are for them and does not want to spend hundreds of dollars just to realize that they hate having headsets. Aesthetics/Style: The P11 isn't really a headset that you can wear proudly outside. It's big, bulky and makes you look like a construction worker handling loud, heavy machinery. If you are looking for a "stylish" headset, P11 only gives you the bare minimum. But if style isn't a factor and all you are going to be doing is strictly gaming in the comfort of your own home, then you wouldn't really care about the P11's aesthetics. Audio (PS3/PC/Mac): For the price, the P11 performs well and you will be able to immerse yourself in your gaming on a whole new level. However, the quality of the sound you get is pretty much what you pay for. On the plus side, you get a pair of 50mm speakers which are by far the biggest for it's class as more expensive headsets will only give you the standard 40mm. For [price], you can't really go wrong with that. PS3: On the console, the P11 gives you good quality sounds and, for [price], will get the job done right. Still nothing compared to higher end headsets but definitely a competitor even for most $100-$150 headsets on the market. PC/Mac: I have a PC but I imagine that the Mac would be the same. For PCs, the P11 isn't something to write home about. There is a very audible "hum" when all is quiet and can still be heard if you are paying attention to it even when there are other sounds present (movie, games, etc.). The P11 definitely functions betters for the PS3 rather than on PC. I would recommend just using regular old headphones when you want to game on PC and have a separate microphone - the sound quality will be better - or invest on a more PC-dedicated Headset. Durability: The P11 is all plastic. The good thing about plastic is that it is extremely light. For all of it's bulk, the headset is lightweight. The bad news is that plastic is also brittle. Looking at the joints between the frame and the speakers, they are held together by very thin plastic that can be broken easily if misused. So treat, store, and transport the P11 with care if you don't want the plastic to break. The cord used for the headset is also fairly standard and covered by fairly stiff rubber (which is good). However, I feel that it is a little too thin especially for it's bulk. Again, store your hardware with care. Comfort: Nothing cheap about the level of comfort this badboy has. The 50mm speakers can definitely cover the whole ear, even relatively big ones, without feeling pinched or squashed by the speakers. The foam and mesh fabric used are also very soft, but firm. This combination gives the P11 a soft feeling around the side of your head and will last a long time for those long hours of gaming. If you wear glasses, don't worry. The foam will still feel comfortable without feeling as if your temples are in a vice-grip. Overall: For [price], the P11 delivers performance that can compete to headsets of triple digit price ranges. But don't expect too much out of the P11. It's comfortable to wear but bulky; it's light but can be fragile; it's got massive speakers but you're not going to look good wearing them; it works like a charm on the PS3 but much to be desired for the PC. With all of these factors in mind, the low price tag definitely pays for itself and will get that fledgling gamer started on some awesome audio. Those new to headsets, this will feel and sound like a revelation. However, those who are veterans in headset use might find a lot to be desired from the P11. Even though the [price] definitely shows on the P11 in most regards, the functionality of this little (or not-so-little) device is nothing to scoff at.

  • from Winnipeg
  • Sep 24, 2013


Just bought mine yesterday and the audio is fantastic, great bass and super comfy. Worth the money, got it for a good employee discount but would've bought it for the price otherwise.

  • from Burnaby, BC
  • Aug 13, 2013


So I bought this headset thinking it is amazing, and yes it is, the first 2 months. The third month was horrible I started getting weird sounds. After that my mic stopped working and I found out that the problem was the cord that was leading into the volume rocker was broken. I did not misuse it, it was the bad build quality. That made the cord break. Do not buy.

  • from Mississauga, ON
  • May 22, 2013


This headset is amazing Very good Sound. The Sound on the P11 Turtle Beach Headset is Amazing with All kind of Function. Like Mute Volume, Lower Volume and Mute Other Players. Because some of them are Annoying Yelling and Doing Stuff. That’s why i Love this Headset

  • from Ontario
  • Dec 30, 2012

Great buy for the price

Came time for me to buy a new headset after a third Bluetooth in ear headset broke. Was torn between buying another Bluetooth or the P11. After seeing it was in sale [...] and that being the same price as all the three bluetooths I've owned which now reside in a landfill no doubt I thought why not change up an give it a go and I'm so glad I did. I play my ps3 through a surround sound and if you balance the volume of the headset and the surround it fully emerges you in the game. I will add I only play BF3. The sound is great and very full , makes things easier to hear and which direction things are coming from. As soon as I got into a clan match all of my teams mates said that it was much clearer than my other head set, over all it's a must buy at the price, no more headsets battery running out in the middle of a clan match, if you don't want to break the bank with the stupidly priced headsets out there snap these up

  • from Georgetown, ON
  • Dec 14, 2012

Good - Use protection.

The P11's by Turtle Beach are a great inexpensive headset. They allow you to listen to in-game and voice sound without the TV speakers, making them ideal for use at night and so they won't disturb others. They are very comfortable, over ear cups that fit snug on the head. They are not restricting to glasses. They have a crisp game and voice sound. However, like many others, my headset eventually (after about 7-8 months) cut out in the right ear. A month later the left ear cut out forcing me to listen to the voice and game volume through the TV, only leaving the microphone operational. I do recommend this headset. It is great value overall. My advice is to purchase the protection plan so that when the ear cuts out you can replace it for a new headset- just make sure you keep the receipt.

  • from Calgary
  • Dec 11, 2012

Turtle Beach P11

These turtle beach are not worth the money. I would get the PX21 DPX21 P21 PX3 PX5 because they all have a better mic

  • from Edmonton
  • Jul 22, 2012

It was great! but...

Like everyone else said these things don't last to long but they work great until the right one goes out and then completely break. I would recommend the RocketFish wireless for PS3 they don't have the same sound quality but they will last you 1-2 year while this lasts you 6 months or less. Trust a brother, don't get em.

  • from Toronto
  • Jul 18, 2012


Great product, worth the money

  • from surrey,BC
  • Jul 17, 2012

Good headset

Its a pretty good headset for the price. the sound is really good. though you cant adjust the bass. they are pretty comfortable but feel a little weird because the mic is on the left. overall a really good headset for the price! recommend it to anyone!

  • from Toronto
  • May 25, 2012

Alright headset for the price...

Mine only lasted for about 10months. I it extremely easy to setup but the headset has minor problems random hissing,static noises and headset had volume and hearing problems after 3months it was a decent headset that aloud me to listen to game volume but thats about it. I would only buy this if ur looking for a cheap headset for ps3

  • from Abbotsford
  • Mar 22, 2012

Good for a while but has a major error.

These headphones are really good up until 6 months or so if you're lucky, They seem to just die out with voices or the sound will disappear from the right ear and there's nothing you can do to fix it. I would not recommend this product even though it performs well, but dies early.

  • from Woodbridge
  • Jan 25, 2012

Good but could be a lot better.

The headset does what it's supposed to, for the most part. It lets you talk to people and hear the game. It is decent for the price. One major problem is that randomly it gives you the worst feedback. One second the game is coming through fine, and the next second it sounds as if someone is screaming in your ear. Just absolute, loud, static. It fixes itself after a while but why am I paying for a headset that destroys my eardrums? Overall, I wouldn't recommend it, pay a little more cash for something better.

  • from Edmonton
  • Jan 15, 2012

Good But Had Problems

Hello i Bought this mic 6 months ago and had no problems. Then out of nowhere there right ear wont play sound.i play around with cords and it works for bit but then cuts off. Its a Great buy And if taken promply it last 6 to even year.Only thing might find your self talking louder on account you cant hear yourself well with headset and it wont play what your saying unless mics in your mouth. Useless feature.

  • from
  • Jan 07, 2012

Very awesome

I just bought this and It is very very good I would suggest it to anyone

  • from Ontario
  • Jan 06, 2012


This headset is well worth the money. The speakers are 50mm, which are huge and usually found in headsets 3 times the price. You can hear foot steps easily in Call of Duty, and makes the game better and more enjoyable. The only bad thing that I have to say about these is after around 4 hours of gaming, the head band starts to hurt a little. Not a big deal, I mean after 4 hours you should take a break anywways! Lol. I would reccomend these to anyone, unless your a competitve gamer. Overall great headset, you can't go wrong!

  • from Vancouver
  • Oct 01, 2011


Amazing headset, freat sound quality, can easily hear footsteps in COD, only bad thing is short, and thick cable that is very annoying.

  • from Edmonton
  • Aug 31, 2011


My wife bought me this headset for fathers day 2011 and I loved it, the audio was nice and all... I felt funny about the chat audio box because it felt weak but I thought it was just my imagination... well, no that box is doing funny things... the audio is like halfway gone, the volume goes super low on its own and keeps breaking the audio... I have to touch the wire by the box and by my ear piece to make it work nice... anyway, the product is really good, just the built quality is kind of bad... today is aug 31st 2011 so it means that began failing with less than three months... aaaagggrr...

  • from
  • Jun 18, 2011

Great product!

I was originally going to get the official Sony Bluetooth 2.0 until I came across the Turtle Beach P11's. The P11's were just $10 more than the Sony Bluetooth 2.0. I've been using the headset for a couple of days now and boy, this headset is worth my money. Really good sound quality. It's not the best, but it does the job for listening to enimies footsteps while playing COD. The mic quality is clear from the feedback that I'm recieving while in the lobbies and during actual gameplay. No dislikes for me on this one. The Turtle Beach P11's are great for the price and for beginner gamers who are looking for a headset at a very affordable price.

  • from surrey, bc
  • May 30, 2011

Dont buy quility sucks

its bad i hear like hissing alot

  • from Newmarket, Ontario
  • May 27, 2011


This headset is just awesome! I go tit yesterday and it is amazing. the sound is super clear and it sounds just like surround. The price is great as well! So worth the price. If you like gaming this is your headset, unless you don't like the wires. Thank you Turtle Beach!!!!!!!!