Excellent unless you have a big head (physically, not emotionally)
James E. Hughes, Amazon
29 November 2015
Summary: Great headset. I have had them for four years with only one problem (that is what cost it one star). I have a large head (size 7 3/4 hat) and these were definitely not built for that. After about 2 1/2 years the supports cracked.
If you use HDMI to connect your Xbox you will need to buy an extra part!
P. M. Hawkins, Amazon
29 December 2012
Summary: Santa brought this for Christmas, but didn't bring the extra parts needed to make it work with our Xbox. I guess he thought that using an HDMI was a fairly standard way to connect your xbox, but apparently it's not.
Summary: Lots of research and comparing. I listened to the X95 and Wireless and Wired TB's. I gotta say the wired sounded best, then X95's, then wireless TB's (MW3's). The wireless TBs had 50mm phones, but didnt sound as good ass the 40mm on the x95s. Also the fit was better for my big head. No static.
Summary: Sound Quality is avg/good. Comfort is great and I have a big head. I see what people are referring to with static, cutting in and out, ect, seems to get interference at times, but it is minimal and this is a steal for for 45$.
Plantronics X95 vs Turtle Beach X31wireless headset for XBOX360
21 July 2011
Summary: I have been playing with the Plantronics X95's for around six months now. My girlfriend has the X31's by Turtle Beach. The first thing is the price difference, around $50 or more if you buy the Turtle Beach. If you're judging by price alone, the X95 wins easy.
Summary: I used these for quite a while until I got some wired 5.1 dolby digital headphones to replace them. This headset is really nice. Not that hard to setup, expecially compared to 5.1 headphones. First off, the plush ear cushions are absolutely comfortable.