I haven’t tried the Turtle Beach PX4’s but they look nice for the price.
If you are looking to spend a bit more for some cans, I’ve tried and own three really nice ones.
My first choice and without a doubt the best sounding headphones by far are the Phillips X1’s.
For the money a best buy, but you have to consider that they are around $232. regularly (Slightly higher atm) and you’d need to buy a mixamp to use with a console if you wanted Dolby 7.1. Or you could just buy and adapter for $15.00 for console without Dolby. You would also need to buy a mic as they are straight phones, not a headset. They are also wired. But what a soundstage… If money wasn’t a worry, this setup is the best I’ve ever heard, especially for fps games.
Next would be the Sennheiser G4me One headset. At just under $200. they are a headset with a mic, and have that great Sennheiser sound and build quality. You would need a $15.00 adapter to use with a console or a mixamp which is more expensive if you wanted Dolby 7.1. Solid soundstage and range, with a very nice mic. The Phillips are better in every way, but this is a very good all in one and much cheaper overall.
For Wireless, a Skullcandy PLYR1 is a good choice and comes complete with Dolby 7.1 and console capability for about $180.00. I have these as my wireless and they sound great. Some complain about the build quality but I’ve used and abused mine (lol dropping, etc.) and they haven’t broken and work flawlessly. Some also complain about the sound being low or not being heard on consoles, but I do not have either problem. Sound is loud and clear and I’m told that I sound great when using them.
Try the PX4’s, but if they don’t make you happy, I can vouch for the three that I’ve listed above. I prefer the wired to wireless as far as overall sound goes and in the order that I ranked them. I will also mention that I tried the Astro A40’s that were mentioned and I didn’t like the sound quality at all. Without going into long details, they just fell way short on overall sound quality and soundstage when compared to any of the three I mentioned above, and the Phillips X1’s absolutely wiped the floor with them.
Good luck and hope you find what you are looking for.