Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero review

Quick verdict: Strong 3D audio, premium comfort and deep customisation make the Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero a solid choice in the wireless PC gaming headset space.

  • Comfortable ear cups
  • Premium construction
  • Good audio quality
  • Superhuman hearing mode is a compelling addition for competitive gamers
  • Pretty pricey
  • Weak Bluetooth performance

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Turtle Beach might be one of the most prolific names in the gaming headset space, with dozens of headsets spanning a variety of gaming platforms and budgets. A selection of these carry the "Elite" moniker, signifying that they're built for folks willing to pay a premium for high-end performance.

Such is the case with the Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero, a wireless gaming headset aimed primarily at PC players. While it's not cheap, you get what you pay for, with a premium design, strong audio performance and a comprehensive feature set with plenty of room for customisation.



  • Sleek and resilient design feels suitably premium
  • Thick ear cushions ensure the headset remains comfortable over long sessions
  • Some odd choices with the on-ear controls
Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero side on



  • Good 3D audio implementation
  • General audio quality is suitably premium
  • Bluetooth performance is lacking
Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero top-down



  • Turtle Beach Control Studio app is packed full of customisation options
  • Remappable on-headset controls are neat
Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero headset controls



  • Looks and feels like a premium headset
  • Delivers a high-quality 3D audio implementation
Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero headband
Should you buy it?

PC gamers looking for a high-quality wireless headset have a lot of options to consider, and the Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero should definitely be among them. It's built like a premium headset should be, with a sturdy frame and tremendously comfortable ear cups. Audio performance is equally great, with the powerful 3D audio and the competitively-tuned Superhuman hearing feature worth the price of admission.

Top it all off with deep customisation and a solid 30-hour battery life, and the Elite Atlas Aero definitely earns its use of the "Elite" qualifier.

Pricing and availability


Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero Wireless PC Gaming Headset


Speaker Driver
50mm Neodymiummm
Frequency Response
12Hz - 20kHz
Ear Cushion
Over-ear memory foam
Microphone Type
Uni-directional mic with noise cancelling
Sound Format
Virtual Surround Sound


Connection Type
Battery Life
Up to 30 hours


RGB Lighting
Detachable Microphone
On-headset Controls
Volume, Mute, Multifunction

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