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4 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yo these are tight a** f**ing headphones., November 9, 2012
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This review is from: Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Black Ops II X-RAY Wireless Dolby Surround Sound Gaming Headset (Accessory)
Dont listen to these haters who are writing reviews because they had a bad experience in the past and didn't even buy these. I ordered them on tuesday got them today and they are sweet. louder than my sennhieser hd280 pros . i cant believe it, they are just sick, better than the tangos i think. You don't need that custom sound presets crap , and i have a mac so the program to customize the tango and sierra is pc only. if you're looking for the best headset (and value) out there right now i think its these are the way to go. I can even pair my phone and listen to bluetooth music through my iphone. Also the mic is replaceable and removable for anyone who was wondering. these also have stitching on the headband like the tango its just black not orange string. ummm what else. oh yea I'm a vinyl dj so you can be sure i know what sounds good and i give these {on a scale of 1-10} a 8 for sound quality. the sennhieser 280 pro gets a 9 for being my favorite affordable dj headphone of all time.
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Initial post: Aug 14, 2013 9:05:00 AM PDT
J. Hill says:
FYI

"Note: The XP300, XP400, and X-Ray do not support stereo streaming audio via Bluetooth; these headsets' Bluetooth can only be used for chat. So, to listen to music from your portable music player, you would need to connect a 3.5 mm aux cable to the transmitter as described above.
For the PX5 series (PX5, XP500, Delta) and PX51 series (PX51, XP510, Tango), you can connect wirelessly via your headset's Bluetooth radio. The PX5 series and PX51 series all feature stereo streaming Bluetooth, as well as wireless chat capability."

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