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Ear Force X41 (XBOX LIVE Chat + Wireless Digital RF Game Audio with Dolby Headphone 7.1 Surround Sound)

by Turtle Beach
Xbox 360
Everyone
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (635 customer reviews) 3 answered questions

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  • Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound & Dolby Pro Logic IIx with Digital RF wireless technology (up to 30' range) CD-quality pure-digital sound transmission Digital input “pass thru” allows the X41 and a home theater system to be connected simultaneously
  • Volume control on ear cup Independent game & chat volumes Built-in mic monitoring Mic mute Bass Boost (button on ear cup) Oversized ear cups Fabric mesh ear cushions Removable mic with flexible boom Headset powered by AAA batteries (over 20 hours)
  • Transmitter powered by USB (no AC adapter) Includes headphone output on transmitter (second set of headphones can be used simultaneously or in place of X headset) Chat Boost feature automatically increases incoming chat level as game sound increases
  • 50mm oversized speakers for deeper bass response
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  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002KSPKRS
  • Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 8.7 x 3.7 inches ; 2.3 pounds
  • Media: Accessory
  • Release Date: August 25, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (635 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,428 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Ear Force X41 is Turtle Beach’s top-of-the-line XBOX 360 headset featuring 7.1 channel Dolby surround sound, XBOX LIVE chat and a digital RF wireless connection for crystal-clear game audio.

 
 
 

Overview:

Combining outstanding comfort with a stunning 360 degree sound field and enhanced online communication, the X41 puts you in the middle of the action so you’ll enjoy a gaming experience that’s second to none.

Playing your favorite XBOX game with the Ear Force X41 is like having a “secret weapon” in your arsenal. You’ll get a competitive advantage by hearing sound cues that you can’t hear with speakers, such as the soft footsteps of an enemy sneaking up behind you, or the loading of a weapon far in the distance, regardless of the direction. By hearing sounds others can’t - and by knowing where they’re coming from - you’ll react faster and take them out before they take you out.

If you’re serious about XBOX 360 gaming, get serious about the sound. Invest in an Ear Force X41 and experience the game the way it was meant to be heard. It will help you to become a better player and you’ll have a lot more fun enjoying your XBOX 360. 

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Dolby 7.1 Channel Surround Sound
The Ear Force X41 transmitter uses a 150MPS Digital Signal Processor (DSP) to deliver genuine Dolby Digital sound, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, and Dolby Headphone surround sound processing technologies - the industry-standard formats for encoding multi-channel sound in XBOX 360 games and DVD movies. The X41 uses the latest version of Dolby technology to create realistic game sound in 7.1 channels for improved surround sound accuracy.

Dolby Pro Logic IIx and Stereo Enhancer
The X41 transmitter incorporates the latest Dolby Pro Logic IIx decoding system for surround sound realism from Dolby Pro Logic II encoded audio. When used with stereo sources, the Dolby Pro Logic Decoder also enhances the sound by spreading the stereo signal to provide a “wider” effect. This results in a richer, fuller sound than normal stereo - almost as if it originates from outside of the headphones.

2.4GHz Wireless Digital RF Technology
The Ear Force X41 transmits game audio to the headset with an uncompressed wireless digital radio frequency (RF) signal to deliver CD-quality sound that rivals professional-grade wired headphones. Best of all, the wireless RF signal does not require "line of sight" to operate. That means you can stand anywhere near your XBOX 360 and hear a clear, noise-free signal.

Chat Boost Dynamic Talkback Expander
If you’ve ever had trouble hearing teammates on XBOX LIVE when the game action heats up, then you know how frustrating it can be when you have to keep adjusting the chat volume. Chat Boost fixes this problem by automatically adjusting the XBOX Live chat level when the game gets louder, so chat from teammates isn't lost in the exciting parts of your game. As the game sound gets louder, Chat Boost turns up the chat volume automatically so you can still hear what everyone is saying.

It's a simple solution to an annoying problem, and it all happens automatically - so you don't have to adjust anything!

Microphone Monitoring
It's hard to hear yourself speak when a headset is covering your ears. The X41 corrects this annoyance with its microphone monitoring feature. The X41 adds a portion of the microphone signal into the headset signal, so you can hear a portion of your voice along with incoming chat and game audio. Microphone monitoring not only prevents you from talking too loud or accidentally yelling into the mic, it also eliminates that annoying "clogged ears" feeling when talking while the headset is covering your ears.

Bass Boost
The X41 headset DSP also lets you turn on a Bass Boost feature that produces deep, rich bass tones by increasing the volume of low frequency sounds - just like turning up the volume on the sub-woofer on your home theater system. Bass Boost improves your gaming experience by kicking-up the sound level of explosions, gun shots and other deep-bass sound effects, making them even more dramatic.

Wired Headphone Connection
The X41 transmitter includes a headphone output jack with volume control to connect an optional pair of wired headphones in addition to the wireless X41 headset. This jack outputs the same high-quality Dolby Headphone 7.1 surround sound that’s being transmitted to the wireless X41 headset, which allows two people to hear the game sound at the same time.

Independent Chat/Game Volumes
Separate volume controls let you adjust the game and chat levels individually, so you can easily balance them and never have to worry about missing a cue from your teammates.

Advanced Battery Booster Circuitry
The X41 has a “battery booster” circuit that squeezes every last bit of power from the batteries and assures high quality sound until they’re completely dead. This allows a pair of AAA Alkaline batteries to last for as long as 25 straight hours of game play. You can also buy standard rechargeable batteries in place of Alkaline batteries.

Powered By USB
The transmitter is powered by a single USB port on your XBOX, or from a nearby PC or laptop. So there is no need to fuss with a separate AC power adapter.

Product Description

Ear Force X41 Digital RF Wireless Game Audio+ Chat with Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound

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501 of 519 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Worthy Successor or a Minor Improvement? August 29, 2009
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Some readers may remember me from my X4 review. Here we are a little over a year later and I am once again tearing into the box of a shiny new pair of Turtle Beach headphones. I liked the X4s, so why did I invest another $200 on the X41s? Because the X4s had some issues, common issues included sound glitches at certain frequencies (press the B button in Shadowrun), interference from other IR sources (like the Wii sensor bar), and a noticeable hiss when using the voice function. These issues did not ruin the X4s, in fact they were still one of the best gaming centric headphones, and THE best wireless gaming headphones, but the issues could be annoying. Thankfully, the X41s claim to fix everything wrong with the X4s and add some new features to boot. Do they live up to the hype or have hidden issues?

For the rest of my review I will be doing some comparison to the X4 in every aspect of these X41 headphones, as well as comparing them to the other options available. I may leave out some details that I already covered in my X4 review, if something doesn't make sense or you would like more detail check my X4 review to see if I covered it there. In this review I will mostly be pointing out what has changed from X4 to X41. Finally, I personally own 6 pairs of gaming headphones, from the aging AX360 to the Astro A40 and X4. I will be giving my opinion of the X41s performance compared to my experience with most of the other competitors on the market.

Headphone design and feel:
The X41s really shine in this area, like the X4s they are extremely light and comfortable. In addition, they have added a new type of breathable fabric to the pads which keeps your ears cool and comfortable through hours of play. They have also increased the size of the space for your ears.
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71 of 77 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Turtle Beach finally moves into the 21st century August 30, 2009
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I purchased the Turtle Beach Ear Force X1 wired headset nearly 2 years ago; I love them even though they're wired and hurt my ears after several hours of gaming. I though tried upgrading to the Ear Force X3 wireless headphones about six months ago, but they were HORRIBLE. Infrared technology should only be used for a TV remote. Any time someone walked in front of me or I turned my head the wrong way they'd stop working.... they were immediately returned. When I saw the Ear Force X41 headset at a local electronics store and read "7.1 surround" and "RF technology" on the package I couldn't stop grinning... until I found the price tag.

With a great deal of hesitation I purchased the $200 Ear Force X41 headset... I took a bit of coaxing to convince my wife it was a worthwhile purchase. ;)

COMFORT: The x41 is slightly more comfortable than the old EarForce x1. The earpiece is slightly larger, more circular than the old X1 - X3's by Turtle Beach, and they're also padded with thicker foam and cloth; rather than the old thin foam and leather-like material. They still press a bit tight against the ears, like the old X1/X3's, which cause a bit of discomfort after a few hours of game play. (the top "headband" is well padded, and the leather like material is far superior to the old headsets.) The boom mic placement is a bit further away than I'd like too. Overall I'd have to say they're SLIGHTLY more comfortable than my old Ear Force X1 headset.

BUILD QUALITY: The x41 is fairly impressive as far as build quality goes. The plastic used is much thicker and feels more sturdy than previous Ear Force models. The boom mic is removable, the arm of the boom mic is made of a flexible metal, and the mic is much nicer than my x1's.
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148 of 171 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Defective Product (with update.. no longer defective) November 24, 2009
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Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
I just purchased a pair of Turtle Beach x41's off Amazon. Here's a little review, based on my limited experience with them.

The Good:

+ Easy to setup. The instructions are somewhat abstruse, and not detailed. I had to sort of fill in the blanks, but overall it was quite easy. I think anyone can do it.

+ Comfortable. The headset is lightweight, and has decent padding. It does begin to hurt my ears after a couple hours.

+ Features. The x41 offers a ton of awesome features, including RF technology and Dolby Digital 7.1.

The Bad:

- The transmitter cannot be connected to my LCD HDTV via the optical port and still get Dolby Digital surround sound. You NEED the Xbox 360's AV/Optical plugs in order to access DD 7.1. Most new Xbox's don't include this cable, so it's an additional expense if you want to use this headset. No point in buying these instead of the x31's if you can't get Dolby.

- Occasional scratching, popping, cutting. Nothing destroys immersion and distracts me more than when the sound pops and cuts in the middle of your game. This is not associated with the chat cable's notorious scratching and popping. This is due to a bad RF connection or interference or something. The problem is enhanced if you're downloading anything via a nearby wifi. The headset will often pop so loudly, that all audio is cut for a few seconds, and gradually returns. The pops are occasionally so loud and abrupt, that I wouldn't be surprised if it damaged someone's eardrums.

- The volume turn dials are awkward and poorly designed. The volume dial on the headset won't register any volume until it's turned about 3/4 of the way to MAX. From the 3/4 mark, it increases RAPIDLY. The chat volume dial is even more sensitive.
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1.0 out of 5 stars This was a huge disappointment!!
This was a huge disappointment !!!! They were delivered only a few days ago which was way way past the delivery date and then on top of that I have to return because they don't... Read more
Published 9 days ago by CRYSTAL DARVILLE
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Sound
Purchased for Xbox use. Works great. Great sound. The base takes up very little room as it is vertical, and the headset hanger is great for stowing the headphones. Very good range. Read more
Published 11 days ago by Tommy
1.0 out of 5 stars One Star
lasted 1 year
Published 19 days ago by steven klimek
4.0 out of 5 stars Great headset
The sound that come out of the x41's is very good. The only downside is that the wireless receiver runs on the same frequency as most modems, which causes popping in the headphones... Read more
Published 24 days ago by brian stickel
1.0 out of 5 stars I frequently leave home for work and like to take my gaming computer...
I was given this as a gift after I researched for a while about which wireless headset I wanted to use. When it works, it works well. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Danielle
1.0 out of 5 stars One Star
spend the extra money on PX5s
Published 1 month ago by Nolan
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Works on Xbox and PC perfectly.
Published 1 month ago by MLionheart
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Too bad they don't make them anymore. These headphones lasted 6 years until the mic finally quit working.
Published 1 month ago by AraiR32
5.0 out of 5 stars he's happy, then I'm happy
Grandson wanted this. he's happy, then I'm happy!
Published 1 month ago by PeggyK2717
1.0 out of 5 stars THE WORST HEADPHONES I'VE EVER USED
I bought these when they first came out, not from Amazon but from here in town. I think I paid around 250 including the tax, thinking these have to be the top of the line brand... Read more
Published 1 month ago by Josh
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