Turtle Beach Ear Force PX4 Wireless Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound PlayStation 4 Gaming Headset
- 100% wireless game audio and chat when used with PS3. Enjoy wireless game audio and wired (to the controller) chat when used with PS4
- Dolby Digital Surround Sound - Pinpoint the direction of every sound in all your games and movies in Dolby Digital Surround Sound
- Dual-Band Wi-Fi Wireless Technology - Interference-free, dual-band wireless means clearer chat and game audio
- Dual-Pairing Bluetooth Brings Calls & Gaming Together - Take advantage of Bluetooth to answer mobile phone calls without ever leaving the game
- Thickly padded, adjustable headband with breathable mesh ear cushions for marathon game sessions; Customizable Audio Advantage - With multiple EQ presets including bass and treble boost combinations, separate game and chat volume controls
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Get blown away by your games and movies in Dolby Digital Surround Sound with the Turtle Beach Ear Force PX4. With up to 15 hours of uninterrupted, crystal clear wireless play, the PX4 not only dominates for PS4, PS3, and Xbox 360 games, but lets you experience Netflix or blu-ray movies in cinematic surround sound.
Works with PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, and mobile devices
Turtle Beach Audio Advantage
The Dolby Digital Surround Sound produced by this headset will ensure that you hear every sound in your game with 360-degree accuracy. The PX4 allows you to adjust the angle of each speaker inside the headset so you can fine-tune the surround sound audio to your specific individual taste. Turtle Beach uses Dual-Band Wi-Fi technology to provide a non-static, interference-free connection by navigating to a less crowded bandwidth around all the laptops, tablets, smartphones and other wireless devices that compete for space in your home.
Designed for PS4
Get amazing sound out of your PlayStation 4 games with a realistic and immersive audio experience. The PX4 also works great with PS3, Xbox 360, and for mobile chat.
Premium Surround Sound
Adjust the speaker angles inside your headset to ensure that your 360-degree Dolby Digital Surround Sound experience for games, music, and movies is fine-tuned to your individual liking.
Interference-Free Wireless Connection
Get static-free wireless with Dual-Band Wi-Fi technology.
Use Bluetooth to take phone calls while never leaving the game.
Dynamic Chat Boost
Turtle Beach offers chat volume that automatically increases as the game volume gets louder, so your teammates are never drowned out by sudden explosions.
Built-in Rechargeable Battery
Get up to 15 hours of continuous play from a full charge, or just plug it in and keep charging while you play.
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Ok I gotta tell you the quick start guide gets you good on pairing the bluetooth with your PS3 but the problem is that the headphones have to be paired with the wireless station that is plugged into the PS3 via USB, and the manual doesn't tell you how to do that, so here's how you get that done:
When you first hit power on the wireless base station, the power button on the front will slowly fade in and out. Press and hold the power button on the side until you see the power button in the front blink at a constant rate (not fading) at a fast rate.. Not like super fast, but a bit faster compared to the slow fading in and out. If it's blinking super fast like a rave party, repeat the process coz that's the wrong mode (I'm not sure what mode that is). Once you got the wireless station beeping at a fairly rapid (but not super fast) rate, then:
Turn the headphones off if they're on by holding the power button in the center of the left earpiece. Once the phones are off, you're going to go through a process so read this part first until you get it before you start:
Hold down the power button on the headphones and continue holding it down. You will hear three different sections of beeps. The first one is a simple beep beep, which signifies phones turning on, the second goes "bloop bloop bloop bloop" like a major chord arpeggio, like the singing la la la la exercises, then the 3rd set of beeps is like the first..
Once you hear the third set, let go of the power button and WAIT. after 10-30 seconds the lights on the base station will reset and then the power light will be solid and you'll hear sound through the headsets, but remember you do have to set it up correctly through the PS3 as it describes in the quick start guide too.
These rock. The only cons I can think of:
1. They shut off after around 20 minutes of silence, so like when pausing the game and looking on the internet for clues/cheats, talking on the phone, which is annoying because the pairing process I described above must be done every time you turn them on. The good thing is, once you get used to it it's no problem! You can just turn it on and say you're getting coffee.. Turn them on, wait for the 3 beeps, then just lay them down, by the time you get your coffee they'll be paired and ready!
2. Well there's really only the one con..
and the sound quality is amazing! And you can use the bluetooth pairing method described in the quick start guide to pair it to your phone the same way you pair it to your PS3. It is dual-pairing and when you receive a call you can answer and talk on your gaming headset. Though I personally don't like the idea of calls interrupting my gaming sessions :)
This is not the most expensive Turtle Beach, but I am already impressed at this price point. I had these for 3 years now and no issues so far. I recommend this set.
The sound on them is damn good, probably even better than my 720's. The surround sound works well for all games I've tried so far. Chat comes through great as well, as I have had no complaints about my mic quality from others than I play with (and I specifically asked them, as well).
The only minor complaint I have is the earcups are smaller than my 720's (but still decent) and the headset really clamps down on my ears. It's starting to loosen up a bit now making it quite comfortable. I like the fact that I can recharge them and use them, and the cord that does this is a good length (maybe six feet or so). The transmitter also shuts down on it's own if it doesn't detect the headset turned on, which is nice because I always had to manually turn off my mixer on the 720's. The transmitter also turns on as soon as you hit the power button on the headset. I really don't even mind the fact that I have to plug it into the controller, I don't notice it at all when playing.
Overall, I would highly recommend this headset to any gamer. I don't know if they compare to Astro's, but if you're like me and can't justify spending $300 on a headset, you can't go wrong with these. The gaming and chat audio that comes through these are well worth $100, and once you've "broken them in" in a bit they are very comfortable to wear.
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I have also found them great for watching movies, these headphone immerse you completely in the action with a fantastic noise cancelling fit around your ear and lots of padding you almost forget you have them on.
I have a family so playing shooter games until 12am is obviously a no go what with the noise. With these they hear absolutely nothing, I just need to remember to keep my voice down. I have spoken to friends who have told me that the my voice is incredibly clear through the mic but it is a little annoying that for the mic to work you need to have the headset connected via a wire to the ps4 controller.
SETTING THEM UP ON PS4:
1: First go to your settings
2: Go to sound and screen
3: Audio output settings
4: Primary audio port
5: Select digital out (optical)
6: ensure dolby digital 5.1ch is selected
7: click ok
YOUR DONE, HAPPY GAMING!
POOR BLU TOOTH! Unfortunately the blutooth audio connection is stable but the quality is awful If discovered this when I connected it to my laptop to watch a movie whilst I play the game. It is mono and very crackly. You can also pair them with your mobile so that you can accept calls whilst gaming.
Comfort - can wear them for hours and barely know that they're there.
Audio quality - For gaming, they're incredible. They haven't turned me into a one man radar but the surround sound is pretty spot on.
Mic - I love that it's detachable and the PS4 auto detects when you plug the mic into the headset.
Controls - quite a few adjustments can be made. Surround sound field, bass, explosion dampening mic volume etc.
Construction - These feel well made and built to last. Not sure what others are doing to theirs but I see no problems so far.
Battery life - I haven't timed how long they last or if it's up to the manufacturer's claims but it's pretty damn good.
Connection - Generally they just work flawlessly. It has dropped a few times and I'm not sure quite why but it comes back by itself after 20-30 seconds. No piece of tech is perfect 100% of the time.
Ok, they're not truly wireless on the PS4 because you have to connect the headset to your PS4 controller. Not really worth knocking off a star though.
The worst point for me was the sound field setup - the thing that determines the angles of the sound so that you can hear stuff going on in front of you and around you accurately. Maybe I'm just being slow but all the other controls like bass level and explosion dampener have say 4 levels and a corresponding number of beeps. Simple. But the sound field one uses a sequence of flashing lights on the front of the bluetooth dongle unit that plugs into the PS4. I feel that could have done with a diagram or something. I figured it out by trial and error.
Recently purchased the PX4 wireless headset from Amazon.
The build quality SEEMS strong, and they have a pleasant "heft" to them...they feel heavy.
The sound is excellent, but not as loud as I'd like...but loud enough regardless. This headset will be strictly used for gaming.
I have set them up and played games with them with MIC & AUDIO on :- Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360.
I have set them up and played games with them on XBOX one with AUDIO only. I don't have the Xbox one controller MIC adapter yet so can't test the MIC on Xbox one ! I'll get it soon enough though.
SO, as far as AUDIO goes, they work wirelessly with PS3, PS4, XB360 & Xbox one. They sound clear, and there are some nice little mixer option built into the headset and the wireless broadcast unit.
I highly recommend this headset, but do keep in mind that if you have more than one games console, you have to unplug the wireless broadcast unit and swap it between consoles as you need them.
Or...you could do what I did and buy some broken PX4 headsets from Ebay that still had the wireless broadcast unit with them, and set up separate wireless broadcast units for all four consoles. PLUS...then you have spare MIC booms, headphone cups, head straps and cables.
AWESOME LITTLE EXTRA FEATURE: When I opened the package I found a little wire for connecting your headset to the PS4 controller using the headphone jack at the bottom of the left earcup. I thought I would be clever and I plugged this into my phone so that I could listen to Arctic monkeys while playing Destiny. Unfortunately the sound quality was awful. I then realised you are able to disconnect the mic at the side. Throw that s*** in the bin and plug in your phone or whatever music player you have into where the mic was once plugged in. Sound quality is perfect and you can simultaneously listen to game audio as well as music or podcasts through the headset. Perfect for games like Destiny or Diablo 3 with little or no story to pay attention to. You can control music volume from your phone or the dial for mic volume!
Overall I am pleased with purchase & the battery life between charges, hasn't run out on me yet, & i game long hours - shameful I know :)
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