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access_time June 17, 2019 at 5:00 PM in Previews by Daniel Ladiano

E3 2019 Preview | VoltEdge TX70 Headset

Buying a headset can be quite an ordeal. It’s hard to find not only a quality product, but one that won’t cost a lot to purchase. Thankfully, VoltEdge has something in store for those who are looking for not only a wireless solution for their auditory gaming experience, but at a very affordable price. The VoltEdge TX70 is a great headset that is bound to make waves when it releases.

The TX70 itself has a very comfortable design. It features a high quality athletic mesh and a lay-flat design that delivers luscious comfort over lengthy gaming sessions. As someone who usually feels uncomfortable wearing bulky headsets, I was pleasant surprised how light and ergonomic it felt. Temper tuned 50mm drivers and interchangeable EQ modes emit remarkable sound.

The main selling point of the TX70 is its wireless capability, supported on both PC and PS4. By connecting the provided USB dongle, the headset can transmit the audio without any lag thanks to its 2.4 GHZ wireless solution. It has a respectable 15-hour battery life and can be charged quickly with a USB-A cable. The built in microphone is lodged into the left ear cup and can be easily pulled out.

While the box doesn’t state it deliberately, I was told by a VoltEdge representative that the TX70 will not only be compatible with the Nintendo Switch, but wirelessly as well. Granted, this would only work for games like Fortnite that don’t require the use of Nintendo’s app. For those who prefer wired connections, the TX70 does have a 3.5mm jack. If you happen to have the Nintendo Switch headset adapter, then this may be a solution. While the TX70’s wireless capabilities are incompatible with the Xbox One, it can be used with the aforementioned wired option.

For someone like myself who doesn’t use headsets often, I was pleasantly surprised with Voltedge’s TX70 headset. When I was playing Marvel’s Spider-Man at their E3 booth, I didn’t concern myself with how sluggishly it fits on my head, but was completely immersed in the quality soundscape it provided. The TX70 will be releasing soon for only $59.99, which frankly is quite the bang for your buck.


  • Ub April 16, 2020 at 5:45 PM

    Its a POS. Its so frustrating when your in the middle of a battle and the headset randomly disconnects. And 95% of the time the damn mic did’nt even work. Mine stopped working and never came back on. Works fine when testing it. But never worked during game play. So frustrating i broke mine into several pieces.

  • Helaina zuniga April 22, 2020 at 9:10 PM

    Does anyone know how to connect to play Fortnite with Nintendo switch while connected to the tv?

  • GERARDO September 8, 2020 at 7:47 AM

    If your headset keeps disconnecting while playing you PS4 make sure that on your settings you have it set to half way.. anything above that will make this happen.. from there just turn up the volume from your headset.. they are the bomb dude.. for the price one cannot complain.

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