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About the product
- Experience a whole new world of crushing explosions, screaming commands, and powerful game sound output through the Sound Control Unit with NEW 3D Sound Expander feature, and in-line amplifier master volume controller with microphone mute function.
- Supports a second headset via 3.5mm jack so that 2 can enjoy excellent surround sound
- Flexible, detachable, microphone connects to PS3 via USB (USB to PS3), and to Xbox 360 controller (2.5 mm plug).
- Easily configure your personal sound using the in-line volume controller while chatting with your friends via "USB to PS3" or "Xbox Live".
- Regardless of whether it's a PS3 , Xbox 360, PC, or tablet PCs the X-Tatic SR allows you to connect to all major platforms with its extensive accessories collection.
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Sharkoon headsets are sophisticated in design and technology – with the X-Tatic SR you gain a state-of-the-art stereo headset with Dolby Headphone Technology giving you the crucial sound advantage for epic gaming sessions on your PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, Mac, & tablet PCs. The X-Tatic SR includes a flexible, detachable microphone so you can conveniently disconnect the microphone when the chat function is not in use. X-Tatic SR microphone supports chat applications for PS3 and Xbox 360 so that you can smoothly chat and triumph with your team.
From the Manufacturer
Introducing the Xtatic SR Stereo Headset with Dolby Headphone Technology
Sharkoon headsets are sophisticated in design and technology – with the X-Tatic SR you gain a state-of-the-art stereo headset with Dolby Headphone Technology giving you the crucial sound advantage for epic gaming sessions on your PlayStation® 3, Xbox® 360, PC, & tablet PCs. Experience a whole new world of crushing explosions, screaming commands, and powerful game sound output with the in-line amplifier master volume control and microphone mute function.
- Dolby® Headphone for multi-platform gaming Xbox® 360, PS3™, PC, Tablet PCs
- Supports Dolby® Digital 5.1, Dolby® Pro Logic® II and Dolby® Headphone
- USB-powered, no additional power adaptor needed
- Supports Xbox® Live & PlayStation® 3 chat function
- Flexible, detachable microphone
- In-line amplifier with volume controller and microphone mute
- Separate volume adjustment for voice communication
- Supports a second headset via 3.5 mm jack for excellent sound
Enjoy Xtatic Quality
The X-Tatic SR offers all amenities you may expect from a modern headset with its cushioned headband, its individually adjustable, rotating earcups, padded headphones and the flexible microphone.
Stay in Contact
The X-Tatic SR includes a flexible, detachable microphone so you can conveniently disconnect the microphone when the chat function is not in use. X-Tatic SR microphone supports chat applications for PS3 and Xbox 360, so that you can smoothly chat and triumph with your team. Microphone connects to PS3 via USB (USB to PS3™), and to Xbox® 360 controller (2.5 mm plug).
Sound Control Unit with 3D Sound Expander
The Sound Control Unit (SCU) allows users to connect their headset to any device featuring an optical output, such as an Xbox®, Xbox® 360, PS2®, PS3® or other digital device, and decodes Dolby®Digital and Dolby®ProLogic® signals. The SCU also includes a new feature called 3D Sound Expander which expands the sound field in Dolby headphone mode to enhance the 3D effect. In addition, the SCU offers one additional connection for a second headset with a 3.5 mm jack, so that two can enjoy excellent surround-sound.
Find Your Enemies
The Dolby® headphone functionality of the X-Tatic SR creates a completely new sound dimension, which provides you with a pivotal combat advantage for multi- dimensional detection.
Inline Amplifier and Volume Control
Easily configure your personal sound using the in-line volume controller while chatting with your friends via USB to PS3® or Xbox® Live”. Volume controller includes a separate volume control for voice communication and microphone mute function.
Supports PS3®, Xbox® 360, PC
Regardless of whether it's a PS3®, Xbox® 360, PC, or tablet PC, the X-Tatic SR allows you to connect to all major platforms with its extensive accessories collection.
Top customer reviews
Now to sum up the acoustic quality? It's simply ravishing. I am using this with an Xbox 360, and tested it with games such as Battlefield Bad Company 2 and Medal of Honor. Audio plays a big part in the multi-player gaming experience, since in both games, I was able to hear others try to flank me and I was able get the drop on them first with my team. The sound is crisp and realistic, and supports all the current Dolby platforms, with the exception of Dolby 7.1. Gaming chat is good, if not better than with the standard headset that came with the console. The mic is detachable, flexible, and appears to be quite durable.
Setup of the headphones was really easy, since all the connectivity goes directly to the console. I was also pleased with the fact that it is USB powered, so no need for an additional AC adapter. Thank goodness since all of the outlets on my powerstrip are all occupied.
In conclusion, this headset has got the essentials to meet and even exceed most gamers expectations. It's got a sophisticated/streamlined look and feel, the acoustics are impressive, the setup was a snap, and the overall experience with them thus far is a great one.
Give it a shot sports fans, I don't think you'll be disappointed.
well for those who compare them to other headsets such as trittons and then complain about wires, well makes me wonder if you have ever owned trittons because they also have wires "everywhere" so i must discredit any review when i see any kind of review which is tainted by an issue which is also apparent w/ headsets that same reviewer is praising. fact is that these actually come with one less wire, the external power supply, and it just bothers me when someone can rate someones review as helpful when it starts off with discreditting info,
HERE ARE THE FACTS AOUT THESE HEADSETS. for the money they are the best. i have been around a long time, i must say that if i were to pit these against higher end heatsets then the score would suffer a bit but those headsets are more of a "competitive lass" and also range from 250- to 600 plus so with that said im basing these on the item itself as well as items in the price range (109 bks for these right now). well to start off i must also say that if i had an extra few bucks i would get the tritton ax pro's which are not insanely priced but also have good speaker config as well as power, but they break.. alot.
when im mgaming at home i use the tritton ax pro's, anything else i will bring my astro's w/me or the "howza's" and funny thing is how i discovered the sharkoons, was gaming at home and yes the trittons pulled a man down, so much that i have a pair of chepo's laying around. but when i got these my first impression was "wow they freakin copied trittons look in every way!!" the 5.1 box was almost identical save color, and the hook up was almost identical.. well i noticed one wore thing which was almost identical, the sound. keep in mind im an old school gamer who likes his comfort zone and his certain products so these were intended to just back up my trittons, but i have found myself using them more the the pros.. not the ax 720's the ax pro's black ops edition. which at the time set me back just a bit over 200.
comparison to all in this class, well ive tried the turtle beach alpha, bravo's and charlies which are just make overs / special editions for the px5 being alpha and the delta's being the "starters", well you got the idea. anyways they blow the sony set's out the water and keep in mind that turtle beaches are marketed and designed for the xbox 360, and then they made other set's which were compat with both, well these can be used on p.c as well. in my honest opinion they are better than the px5's and heres why, wireless sucks when it comes to 3 main items of gaming, mice, keyboards and HEADSETS. the freq unfortunately will interfere with the sound, meaning the sound will drop/cut out here and there, and gamers law is they usually do when its at crucial points of a game, lol.. but seriously i would have to sit directly in front of my 50 in to min the drops, so the whole idea of the headset being bluetooth and it being on different channels etc, bull crap. the box it connects with is the problem. and yes the sound was good, and it does come with a way to download and create presets but many being useless i.e superman hearing and if you are willing to spend 250 then get the astro's.. 30's or 40's will do the job.
the sharkoon is a headset which is in the mid range of headsets, and as much as my midrange must haves/own are the ax pro's these have been a delight to own and use, and yes they have wires. go to a lan party and see how many "pro gamers" are using wireless. anything wireless will have the game lose precision, control, have delay (even if its mili seconds for mouse type devices, it is everything when playing against a person with no delay) so try and stick with wired, console controllers are something else entirely and i enjoy using frags. i will not have it any other way, wired or the highway. yes ive used some very high end devices which do in fact work well, but prepare to pay extra.
the design is nice w/ these, they are not bulky and do not give you red ears of death, game for bout 6 to 8 and your good. the sound quality is not the best ive heard, but again there are crap end, lower end, midrange,high end, higher end and money is no object end. well these fall into lower to mid end as far as the price as it is today, and as far as im concerned they are better or as good as any headset in the under 200 class. but it has flaws, one being with xbox 360 and a mic issue, which has been resolved by investigation aka googling. so everall these are not true dolby 5.1 they are simulated, but they do make a 5.1 and i like these better. the ax pro's also are true 5.1 having 4 speakers in each ear. but i have always been one to say "7.1 simulated? bullcrap" well that was when the 7.1 was a newer breed but i have heard some 7.1 simulated which gave my ears a soundwhoring bomer. bottom line is - do the headsets sound good, are they worth the money and are they sturdy and comfy? yes yes and yes. also they are not very heavy and ive used them w/ p.c. and they work well there too. i have used them w/ ps3 and 360. but more or less more with the ps3, but they work well with any gaming device i mention as well as a music player, and they look pretty cool..
for the money these can be argued to be the best or almost or just as good as some which cost more and better than some which cost more..
so what does that say for these?
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didnt check my spelling, yes it does suck, thats why i dont review spell hecking software or e-readers. trolls would be all over me, lol