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Tritton Trigger Stereo Headset for Xbox 360

by TRITTON See the Amazon Page for this brand
Xbox 360
Everyone
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (811 customer reviews) 16 answered questions

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Style: Trigger
  • Offically licensed XBox 360 headset
  • In-line Audio Controller with Breakaway
  • Analog Audio Adapter
  • Wired Headset
  • Flexible foldable microphone

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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.


Product Details

Style Name: Trigger
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0057SDCLY
  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 9.1 x 3.9 inches ; 8.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 17, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (811 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,929 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.


Product Description

Style: Trigger

Product Description

TRITTON's officially licensed Trigger Stereo Headset delivers a comfortable, high-quality audio experience for Xbox 360 gaming. Providing the ability to adjust your chat volume and voice volume separately and on-the-fly, the Trigger is the ideal plug-and-play USB headset for all your Xbox 360 gaming needs.

From the Manufacturer


Product Includes:

  • Wired Headset (14ft Cable)
  • In-line Audio Controller with Breakaway
  • Analog Audio Adapter
  • Headset Connector Cable



Trigger Stereo Headset

TRITTON's officially licensed Trigger Stereo Headset delivers a comfortable, high-quality audio experience for Xbox 360 gaming. Providing the ability to adjust your chat volume and voice volume separately and on-the-fly, the Trigger is the ideal plug-and-play USB headset for all your Xbox 360 gaming needs.



Separate Game and Voice Volume Controls

If the chatter from your opponent gets distracting and starts to hinder your online gameplay experience, just turn a dial on the in-line audio controller (A) to tune them out. Game volume (B) can also be adjusted on-the-fly so you can drown out your foe's voice but still hear stealthy in-game footsteps creeping up behind you.

Use the integrated headset port (C) to effortlessly connect the Trigger to your controller, and mute/unmute the microphone with the flick of a switch (D).



Precision-Balanced, Amplified 40mm Speakers with Neodymium Magnets

Utilizing the highest quality drivers available for use in commercial headsets - - Neodymium - - high-fidelity game and chat audio is pumped through a pair of amplified 40mm speakers for deep bass and crystal-clear highs.

Includes Everything Needed to Connect to any Xbox 360

Whether your console is legacy or current-gen and connected to a display via HDMI or component/VGA/composite, the Trigger is ready to go right out of the box. All required cables and adapters are included to ensure you can connect to any Xbox 360 within minutes.



Flexible Performance Mic

Fixed microphones may not always properly align with your mouth, resulting in decreased sound quality when communicating over Xbox LIVE. Problem solved with the Trigger's flexible solution - - it provides the freedom to bend the mic into a position that's optimal for picking up your voice. The unique design allows the mic to fold up and out of the way when not in use.

Ergonomically Designed for Extreme Comfort

When blasting zombies for hours on end, headset comfort is a must. The Trigger delivers with a padded, adjustable headrail - - which extends an extra 1.25 inches on either side to accommodate a wide range of head sizes - - and soft, pliable earcups which swivel to provide a comfortable around-the-neck resting position.




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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
192 of 217 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Coming from Astro A40s... December 27, 2011
By Kathy M
Style Name:Trigger
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
First off I should mention that I'm using my mother's amazon account (go Amazon Prime) so this is from a 18 year old power gamer. (seriously...) anyway, I have a pair of Astro A40s, that I absolutely adore. That is, the headset. personally, I found that I used my surround sound system more then the astros when gaming, simply for a comfort factor. Onto the item that we're looking at however.

Pros:
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.
Sturdy Build
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.

Cons:
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.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally no wires!!! May 22, 2012
Style Name:Warhead
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
The clarity of sound effects is far superior to my Turtle Beach X41's(which were a solid product). Subtle things like footsteps, far off gunfire, distant glass breaking, etc. are far more distinct than b4. They're a little tight across the top for me, and it's not like I'm the elephant man. I figure they'll give a little. The ear cups' comfort is good(comparable to the X41's). These things have a lot of cool features/advantages which are too many to list(read the product description on the site), but the bass in 7.1 mode is just too overwhelming. There's no bass reducer button or anything like that. After playing awhile I had to turn down the game volume or I'd always get a slight headache. I'm not sensitive to those types of things either, and I had the bass boost on my X41's on the whole time. Don't get me wrong, I want to reiterate that the surround processing/clarity is much better than were my X41's(again, a fine product). The way I'm getting around it is to play in 5.1 mode(which I'm loving), but then I'm not getting to use all that I paid $300 for. I still recommend these because some people may prefer the heavy bass, and everything else is PHENOMENAL(2 batteries, no chat cable, long battery life, battery life showing w/ the xbox guide button, 5.8ghz w/ no interference whatsoever, etc.). I may order the Turtle Beach XP400's just for comparison, and see if they're a little lighter on the bass. My only concern w/ those is that there's no extra battery to charge while you're using the other one(a nice feature the Warhead has). Also, I would appreciate any and all comments from XP400 owners...more to come later...

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.
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93 of 112 people found the following review helpful
Style Name:Warhead
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Hello, this is D-Day1944, and today I will be reviewing the Tritton Warhead. I know many of you have been waiting for this one, so let us not dwandle and begin the review. :)

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.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Nice
Super. Loving these. Cuts out a lot of background noise. I had turtle beaches before these, but these are better.
Published 1 day ago by Rhonda Webster
2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars
Came to me defective
Published 1 day ago by Jay
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Love Em!
Published 5 days ago by Emil Hohmann
1.0 out of 5 stars Glamorized piece of crap
These worked for about a month, batteries drained super fast, ringing noise all the time...not super loud but you definitely know its there. Read more
Published 11 days ago by Chizzl3dGAwd
5.0 out of 5 stars Niiice!
NICE... Connects to XBox1 for TV, games, movies, etc. there will soon be a connector for truly wireless voice, but that is not what I was really needing. Sounds great. Comfortable. Read more
Published 11 days ago by Derek A. George
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Design, layout and ease of use puts these in a different league...
After returning the Turtle Beach Tangos, I decided to give these a try. Thoughtful design and layout puts these miles in front of the Tango's. The sound is good, not great. Read more
Published 14 days ago by Patrick
5.0 out of 5 stars awesome
I got these for my husband a year ago, and they still work amazing! Best headset you will ever own!! :)
Published 26 days ago by Rebecca Osborn
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome!
I bought this headset a while ago, and cannot say enough good things about it! Better than any turtle beaches!
Published 27 days ago by Michael Sprader
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
My son loves it.
Published 28 days ago by raphael a. santiago
1.0 out of 5 stars Box was open - there was a printed email about ...
Box was open - there was a printed email about how to resync the headset. It was an email from Madcatz support to, I assume, the person who owned the headset. Read more
Published 1 month ago by ColHam
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