Conclusion: In general we found the sound replication quality on the Primer to be very good. The stereo quality of the sound was excellent with solid bass rumbling in our ears and crisp high notes being handled well. In-game voice chat via the Primer was also decent and with independent volume controls for game and voice playback we could easily adjust the sound on the fly to clearly hear our team mates over the gameplay audio.
Conclusion: Within the reasonable expectations of someone looking for a quality set of affordable headphones, the Tritton Primer Wireless Stereo Headset is a fantastic option. Both Mad Catz and Tritton are longstanding names we know and trust, and these are officially branded by Microsoft, who actually had some engineering oversight into their creation.
Excerpt: When you’re looking for a headset for your system, there’s a variety of factors that you’ll typically take into account. A headset that’s comfortable, accessible, has great audio and is durable top most lists.