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If You Have a PS3.....,
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This review is from: PS3 Ear Force PX21 Gaming Headset (Video Game)
....then you absolutely have to have this. The sound quality and the ability to adjust the different volumes is outstanding. I play Call of Duty about 90% of the time online and this just makes the entire online experience better. I use to get into games with kids making annoying noises etc. Now with the push of a finger I don't have to listen to it but I can still hear the game perfectly. In fact, a buddy and me went into a private match on shipment. I could hear him from across the map setting up claymore's, pulling grenade pins, moving and even swiping his knife. The only negative thing I have to say about this headset is that it's not wireless but I am sure that would add quite a lot of money to the price. They are also extremely light and comfortable and .................................................You know what, stop reading this and just go buy a set of these already.
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Initial post: Dec 30, 2009 12:15:30 AM PST
Abnel Vazquez says:
i'm going to buy it with christmas money..lol cant wait to play mw2 with them on. Considering i'm pretty new to the entire cod series i always over matched though my skills have improved. one question though..everyone complains about a hissing sound is that acccurate? and what kind of connecting cables does it come with..i have my ps3 connected to an hd computer monitor using hdmi...so i dont have those yellow, white and red connectors u wuld have on a tv..
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 31, 2009 12:19:21 AM PST
Isaac D. says:
I, unfortunately, don't have a pair of these, but I have a similar set-up to yours--HDMI for video and audio. If it's like the X3's for the Xbox, then you hook the audio cables (red and white) to the little receiver. If you need to do this with the PS3, then you simply keep your HDMI plugged in, but also plug into the back of the PS3 component cables that come with the PS3. Then, if you need to use the Red and White cables, plug those in. On your PS3, go to the Audio Settings and explore those. You should see something that allows you to choose what cable you want to use for the audio. Select the component cable and voila.
Posted on Aug 16, 2010 12:14:15 PM PDT
mother suburb says:
Can you please tell me how long the cord is? Thank you
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 19, 2010 7:29:54 AM PDT
The Enlightened says:
The cord is about 12 feet.
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 28, 2011 9:28:33 AM PST
Matthew James Futch says:
The length is 16 feet, not 12. It is plenty long (that's what she said) for gaming comfortably in any room.
Posted on Nov 28, 2011 8:56:49 AM PST
Richard Ferguson says:
yes I just got a new set and there is hissing when before the game comes on and the real volume drowns it out. So you don't hear the hissing while playing. I wonder if there is a set-up that would stop this somehow. I bought a pair of PX5's just to see if there was an outrageously good sound difference for the money, but no. the bass is weak. So I went back to the Px21 and the cord doesn't bug me, just the hiss. I think I'll trade 'em back for the next step up. I never had hiss on my last pair of Turtle Beach's (can't recall the model).
Posted on Feb 7, 2012 3:25:07 AM PST
Adam Greer says:
Can you rereview your overall experience so innocent people don't buy this. Mine were great till they broke. I'm lucky it still works the way I have it.