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Tritton Trigger Stereo Headset for Xbox 360
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- Offically licensed XBox 360 headset
- In-line Audio Controller with Breakaway
- Analog Audio Adapter
- Wired Headset
- Flexible foldable microphone
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Style Name: Trigger
Top Customer Reviews
Cheap. Cannot stress this enough. For the build quality, the overall look, and the sound quality, you'd be hardpressed to find a better deal. I got mine at another store for $30 (thanks after christmas specials) but it's the same product, and I've never really had an issue with amazon.
Quality Sound (I won't say that these beat the astros overall; those are just a step above. however, I gave that whole set to my father for christmas, as he is a gamer and just had another kid, so being able to game without a loud TV set whilst she sleeps is a must have)
Extras: this comes with the HDMI adapter that is normally anywhere from 5 (offbrand) to 15 (official Xbox). That is a HUGE plus, and something that didn't come with my Turtle Beach X31s.
I've never been a fan of Tritton after my first ax pros broke; then the second and third. (power gamer, remember?) but I've been brutal with these the last two or three days (usage times of 5+ hours, throwing them onto my desk for dinner-not forcefully, but not gently placing anyway, more like underhand tossing them from 6 inches above the desk) and these have taken the slight abuse like a champ.
Stereo sound. this isn't really a complaint, but more an observation. coming from a 5.1 to this is rather obvious, but it still is very good.
Slightly tight.Read more ›
UPDATE: I've since gotten very used to the bass. I don't know if it's my ears adjusting, or the bass in the X41's was too low. I didn't bother w/ the XP400's, screw it.Read more ›
For years, the gamers of Xbox have wanted a "Truly Wireless Headset." Many attempts at this proved to be a failure, and while the Turtle Beach XP500 uses a Wireless Dongle, it still was not "True Wireless" to many. Many thought that "True Wireless" just was not possible and could never be achieved. Last year at E3, everything changed. Tritton announced its newest headset in "the Warhead", as well as working together with Microsoft to create a "Truly Wireless" solution. It has been a year, and you can now buy the Warhead from the offical store of MadCatz. However, the Warhead now has some competition from ASTRO Gaming (their arch-nemises), and Turtle Beach, the former having released the Astro A50, and the latter having released the XP500. Has Tritton's year gamble paid off, or was it a year too late? Find out soon! :)
Out of the Box and Appearance:
From looking at the box itself, I cannot say I was impressed. Yes, the picture logo is good, but is standard fare. This is a bit of a letdown for a $300 Headset, but definitley not a dealbreaker. In the box, there is RCA Cables if you go "Old Skool," an Audio Adapter if you have an old Xbox, an A/C Wall Adapter for powering the Base Station, the Base Station itself with a rest for the Warhead, an Optical Cable for Surround Sound, two Rechargeable Batteries (One for the Headset and one for the Base Station), the Warhead itself and a Detachable Microphone For how the system overall looks, its appearance is reminisent to that of a Sci-Fi Movie.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
only thing keeping it from a 5 star is the mic never worked. i did buy it maybe 2 years after it came out an it was a refurbished one but you should get what you paid for.....jsPublished 14 days ago by Luis Rosa
Headset had no bass, not very comfortable, but light so that's a plus. The mic on mine broke after a month and so have many others. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Travis
I am an avid video gamer and swear by TRITTON headsets. The quality in the design, durability, and sound is well above that of comparable Turtle Beach brand headsets. Read morePublished 1 month ago by brian shrum
Item does not work properly, would not purchase this Item, or purchase from this companyPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Horrible box says it comes witheverything needed. Only to find out it don't have audio analog cable or headset connector. No instructions. No user guides. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ron dillon
It was a little tricky to get set up and working but once we figured it out this thing has been solid. Good performer, great reliability, good quality build.Published 2 months ago by 1GKEK
Comfort - I have a big head, but I can wear these headphones all night and they're totally comfortable. Read more