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PS3 Ear Force PX21 Gaming Headset

Platform : Windows Vista, Windows 7, PlayStation 3, Windows XP, Mac OS X
Rated: Everyone
3.5 out of 5 stars 946 customer reviews

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  • Heart-Thumping Bass Boost
  • Separate volume controls make it easy to balance game and chat levels Mic monitor lets you hear what you're saying A single USB connection provides power - no AC adapters necessary
  • Variable Bass Boost enhances the reality and depth of explosions gun blasts and other deep sounds
  • Universal headset for PS3 & XBOX 360 & PC or Mac Hear stereo game sound together with PlayStation Network & XBOX LIVE or online chat Stereo expander widens the sound field to accentuate left and right sound cues
  • Chat Boost automatically increases incoming chat level when the game gets louder Game sound is isolated so online players won't hear the game picked up by your mic
  • Universal headset for PS3 & XBOX 360 & PC or Mac Hear stereo game sound together with PlayStation Network & XBOX LIVE or online chat Stereo expander widens the sound field to accentuate left and right sound cues
  • Variable Bass Boost enhances the reality and depth of explosions gun blasts and other deep sounds
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Product Description

Ear Force PX21
Universal Amplified Stereo Sound
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Complete Product Description

The Ear Force PX21 integrates premium stereo game sound with crystal-clear communication on the PlayStation Network (PSN), Xbox LIVE and PC/Mac to create the definitive audio environment for playing popular game titles on all platforms. The PX21 is two headsets in one - a stereo USB headset for chat sound and an amplified stereo headset for game sound. That means you can independently control chat and game sound from a single control box whether you’re playing PS3, Xbox 360 or PC games. Large, comfortable ear cups with a lightweight, rugged design provide the ultimate in comfort during extended game play.The PX21 gives you a significant advantage because you can hear sound cues others can’t, so you’ll react faster and take them out before they take you out. Unique gaming features such as variable bass boost, Chat Boost, stereo expander and convenient volume controls for chat and game audio, provide a competitive edge that can make the difference between winning and losing. If you’re serious about your PS3, Xbox 360 or PC gaming, then get serious about the sound. Move up to the Ear Force PX21 and become a better player while experiencing your games as they were meant to be heard.

Compatible With

PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, PC, Mac

Turtle Beach Audio Advantage

The amplified stereo sound produced by the PX21 will ensure that you hear your games loud and clear. We put variable bass boost at your disposal to give your audio a swift kick in the you-know-what when you need it to! You’ll be able to hear sound cues that are missed with conventional TV speakers, such as the sound of enemy footsteps or the click of a loading weapon in the distance. In short, you'll react faster and take them out before they take you out, giving you the edge that can make the real difference between winning and losing.


Ear Force PX21
Superior Quality and Clarity
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Amplified Stereo

Get an earful of top quality sound the way the game developers actually meant the game to be heard.

Ear Force PX21
Versatility
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Play On Anything

Go from a console player on PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 to a PC or Mac gamer and back again quickly.

Ear Force PX21
Advanced Chat Technology
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Dynamic Chat Boost

Only Turtle Beach offers chat volume that automatically increases as the game volume gets louder so your teammates are never drowned out by sudden explosions.

Ear Force PX21
Deep Immersive Experience
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Bass Boost

Gives your audio a kick in the you-know-what to add depth and realism to the sounds of the game.

Ear Force PX21
Total Control Over Sound
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Hear What You Want, When You Want

With Independent Game and Chat Volume, turn the game sound up & chat volume down. Or turn the chat up and the game down! The choice is yours.

Ear Force PX21
Voice Level Recognition
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Microphone Monitor

Know how people tend to scream when wearing headphones? Now you can hear your voice in your headset so you’re not that guy!


Product Information

ASIN B002BU0DPE
Release date March 19, 2010
Customer Reviews
3.5 out of 5 stars 946 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #9,753 in videogames
#42 in Video Games > PlayStation 3 > Accessories > Headsets
#286 in Video Games > PC Games > PC Game Hardware > Headsets
#329 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Audio & Video Accessories > Computer Headsets
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
Product Dimensions 10.2 x 8.1 x 2.8 inches
Media: Video Game
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I was researching headsets that mixed chat and the game sound in stereo in the earphones, with the chat mic all as a single unit. I came across the press release of the PX21. Not available at the time, but coming soon. I almost didn't wait for it. I almost bought the P21. I'm glad I waited.

Features:
- You hear chat and stereo game sound in the earphones.
- Setup was easy for me and they provide all the cables and adapters you need.
- The cable is looong. I play on a 58" TV and I wouldn't want to sit as far away as the cable
would let me.
- A control cluster for mic and sound that gives you:
* Separate volume controls for game sound and chat volume
* Mute switch for the mic
* Bass boost
* Expanded stereo mode

What I liked:
- The stereo effect is good especially with the stereo expansion mode turned on.
If there's an enemy behind me and to the left, I hear him behind me and to the left.
As noted in other reviews there *is* a hiss. More on that later.
- The sound quality is good. And by that I mean for playing video games. I have a set of $120
Sennheiser can headphones I use for home recording. Music sounds great in them. Before the
PX21 I used those plugged into a Dolby 5.1 amplifier getting an optical sound feed. The PX21
is much better for playing video games because the sound is crisper. Music may not sound
great on them, but I can hear the enemy sneaking up on me.
- Mic. The mic boom has a great range of movement and stays in whatever position I put it.
Other people tell me I come across good and clear. The mute switch is great, of course...
why would you make a headset without one?
- Comfortable.
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....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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My husband is a remarkably talented gamer. He's plays everything from "Ghosbusters" to "Little Big Planet," from "Modern Warfare 2" to "Rock Band" to NSMB. He's played almost every system available in the USA, but prefers the diversity of PS3. Out of necessity, he mastered the art of playing with the TV on mute (a courtesy to me, we all know how late things can go). But all that changed, this past holiday season when his amazingly thoughtful wife (that would be me!) bought him a brand spanking new pair of these! So far, he's had nothing but positive things to say. Specifically, he's mentioned the volume controls, overall flexibility and comfort, chat boost, the surround sound effect, and crispness of in game sound. So he gives it an A in gaming and I give it an A+ for letting me sleep :)
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I got my pre-order of MW2 on release date... my wife couldn't sleep that night. After researching dozens of ps3 headsets, I finally settled for these because many people said "Perfect for Call of Duty". They were absolutely right!!! You can hear your enemies closing in on you.... every foot step, every reload, EVERYTHING so damn clearly that it's almost like a Universal Studios ride.

Yes... there is a hissing. I was concerned at first but after actually listening to it, it's NOT A BIG DEAL! I compare it to listening to your boombox or computer speakers... you can also hear a slight hissing on those but after the music starts, you'll forget it's there. Trust me... the sound that this baby does will blow you away. The mic is perfect too!! Noise cancelling and you can hear your own voice so won't yell at the mic. It's very comfortable; I wore them for 5 hours straight (I wear glasses) and it never bothered me.

Even though most people are gonna be broke this holiday (Assassin's Creed 2, MW2, God of War Collection, Uncharted 2...) try to make a little budget for these. You will enjoy all those new releases (and old ones too) x 100. Totally worth it!
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Bought this at the end of June 2010, and this thing just completely went out on me at the end of November... 5 months. C'mon Turtle Beach, you guys used to have a quality name. I bought these because my dependable, $80 Sennheiser HD 280 Pro's headband broke after several years (5, 8, 10 years? can't remember, it was a long time though), sound was still perfect!!! I figured if I was going to get another set of headphones, I may as well get some that would work on PC, PS3, and 360, and include a built-in mic... big mistake.

I should have known these would be junk as soon as I got them out of their case. The belt clip just disintegrated as soon as I depressed it. Meh, no big deal, it's a belt clip, I'm not going jogging with them. Then, also the same day I got them, noticed sound would cut out on one side. It seemed to go away though, so I figured, maybe my stereo extension cable is going bad (happens). 5 months later, the problem is back, permanently. I did several tests to isolate the problem. Changed stereo cables, hooked the headset directly up to my receiver, hooked it directly up to my PC through usb cable, sound was still out, so it was the wiring/circuitry. Add to that the dye they used on the earphones coming off on your face, and the absurd and ever present hiss in these things, and you have a cruddy yet expensive headset.

I have a friend who bought a pair of X11's and he says they work great... but he treats them with tender love and care (probably caresses them at night or sings to them... "daddy loves you"). I don't handle my headphones with tweezers, but I don't pound on them either.
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