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About the product
- Chat on Xbox LIVE and also use the headset with Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones, PCs and other devices.
- Easily switch from Xbox to Bluetooth mode to answer calls
- Custom Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 artwork designed in collaboration with Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games
- Includes Ear loop, ear gels and charging cradle
- “Night vision power on/off” sounds on power up, power down or mode switch
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Get your head in the game with the Xbox 360 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Wireless Headset with Bluetooth. This limited edition headset features custom Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 artwork designed in collaboration with Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games. The headset also includes an ear loop, ear gels, a charging cradle, and custom sounds when you power up, power down or switch modes. You also get an exclusive avatar item that’s only available with the Limited Edition Call of Duty accessories and console. The Xbox 360 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Wireless Headset with Bluetooth is the cool, comfortable, hands-free way to talk with friends on your Xbox 360 andon the go.
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After reading some online forums I see that other people are complaining about the mic too, but not just this headset, all of the newer Microsoft headsets. Even people who have switched from the old wired mic to the new wired mic with the in-line mute button have noticed that you have to speak louder with the new headsets. The popular theory is that Microsoft switched to a less sensitive mic because the old one picked up lots of background noise.
I ended up returning this and buying the older model wireless headset and haven't had an issues.
It is too good to be true, and I have to assume that any of these in the line are similar - though I may be wrong. The Xbox 360 quailty is a significant drop from the regular headset, so much that I stop using this on the Xbox within minutes of each try. As far as the PC, there are two channels to the Bluetooth technology (at least in this headset, I'm not a Bluetooth expert by any means) that the mic function 'shares.' I found this out because while using the mic with any application, the audio that I would hear would be downright TERRIBLE, but sometimes it would be fine. The mic quality was always very low, but I kept trying, thinking there was a setting or tweak that I was about to find... but I never found that magic button.
I did find out why the audio quality rose and fell - because I was muting the mic within Ventrilo, which allowed the Bluetooth technology to use both Bluetooth channels for purely audio, as an earphone. As soon as I unmuted the mic, one of the channels went back to recording instead of playback, hence the issue.
To be honest, I don't even know where this headset is; I might have thrown it out, it might be under my couch. To be frank, I don't really care. I guess it tried to do too many things and never go really good at any of them. Poor guy. Oh, it does look really cool - would prefer it without the MW3 logo, but still looks cool. Not that that matters when it sucks.
I got nothing but compliments on this headset and it sounds VERY good to me.
Did i use it for my cell phone.....NO....i bought it for my 360 and to needlessly wear it out (batterwise) with two items is pointless.
Don't let it spook you but, when the 360 is turned off you will hear a "shhhht". That's the ear-piece disconnecting and it's normal.