Summary: This is a good headset for the price, however the cable is the most annoying cable I've ever had for any headset. Ever. The cord gets tangled and twisted constantly. After having it for 11 months, the audio started shorting out in some of the speakers and from what I can tell it's because of damage to the cable from the twisting.
Summary: ***Updated*** Well about seven weeks after filing my ticket for a warranty claim a customer service rep finally got in touch with me. From there I sent in my broken headset and was astonished when a week later a new headset was at my door. So Mad Catz did come through and honor their warranty, even though the service was painfully slow (over two months from start to finish). Updated from one star to three star review.
Summary: I've had so many problems with this product it's insane. The first one just completely broke down in no time. The seoond one came with a faulty mic. You can't order a new mic unless you're from USA or Canada or 2-3 other select countries because only one store sells them. It took 3 months to find a mic on eBay so I bought two of them just to be sure. One of them didn't work. A month later the center/subwoofer channel stopped working.
Summary: I bought these for my brother for Christmas (I have the Turtle Beach X41's but decided to get these as they were a great deal over the holidays) when I opened the box the major difference between the Turtle Beaches and the Tritton's are the cords and the stability of the headphones. The Tritton's are big and bulky but feel secure around your ears, the turtle beach's are a little more flexible and the cups don't feel as secure over your ears (though after a few hours of...
Summary: one big complaint, if you have a big head like me, this headset is too tight, and sure enough after a few months of use, the plastic parts on the side start to come apart, I'm now holding them together with tape. otherwise, this sounds great.
Summary: I bought and returned a pair of Tritton AX Pros recently, and have to say that I was both impressed by them and disappointed in them at the same time. After dealing with Turtle Beach DPX21's, Tritton AX pros, Razor Megaladons, and Logitech G930's, the trittons easily came in third place in the runnings. (the order being DPX>G930>AXPRO>Megaladon) The reason for this being because the Trittons lacked in every single area in stereo and surround sound mode EXCEPT lows/bass.
Summary: the tritton ax pros are awesome! they enhance the gaming quality 10 times! you can hear every little detail the creators intended unlike listening your tv or additional speakers where you would have to turn the volume up too high to get the same quality. they are comfortable but for extended gaming they can get annoying. the only down side to them is the additional wiring...
Summary: I had the Turtle Beach X1 which only worked for the Xbox but when I recently purchased a PS3 I was looking for something to work with both units so I bought a Tritton axpro. The sound was very good but the headphones were too heavy so I exchanged it for a Turtle Beach DPX 21. When comparing the two, I would recommend the Turtle Beach. The DPX 21 is much lighter and more comfortable and easier to set up.
Summary: So I picked up the AX Pro headset. I went back and forth for a couple of weeks trying to decide between it, the AX 720, the DPX21 and the ASTRO A30. I chose the AX Pro because it was more in my price range than the Astro and it is true surround. The first thing I will say as I'm not sure that true surround is a good thing. I will explain why later. I bought this primarily for gaming on both my PS3 and XBOX 360. I will start with the good. The sound is pretty good.