Summary: While the Warhead 7.1 isn't inexpensive, experts like T3.com's Boxer say it is "one of the best Xbox 360 gaming headsets that money can buy." Critics like the build quality and simple setup: "It's hard not to like something that's been made so easy to use," says Official Xbox Magazine's Alaina Yee, who says the abundance of cables that come in the box really adds value to the package.
Pros: Excellent, crisp sound definition, Easy to set up, use, Long battery life
Cons: Voice chat compatible only with Xbox 360, A bit heavy
Excerpt: Being an official Microsoft-licensed product means more than just a pretty green logo on the Tritton Warhead 7.1 Wireless Surround Headset’s box: no dongles are needed for wireless chat. The Warhead syncs directly with the 360; just two button presses and you’re ready to go — complete with a nifty battery notification icon on your Guide menu, just like with a wireless controller. It’s hard not to like something that’s been made so easy to use.
Pros: + At last: a 100% wireless headset with extremely simple setup!, + Clear audio and chat; lots of included accessories; comfortable to wear.
Cons: ? Will we go sterile if we wear these long enough to chew through both battery packs?
Conclusion: Tritton’s Warhead 7.1 is, overall, the best wireless audio and chat solution available for Xbox 360. The sound quality falls between great and exceptional, the design is sturdy and sleek, and the seamless integration offered by using Microsoft’s wireless security chip can’t be undervalued.
Pros: Top-quality sound in games, Microsoft wireless security chip with easiest setup available, Exceptionally good battery life, Two batteries included, so one can charge while the other is in use, Comfortable, sturdy build
Cons: Conveniently placed audio controls prone to accidental button presses, Snug fit results in sweaty ears during long play sessions, Virtual surround sound will never replace true surround sound
Tritton Warhead 7.1 Wireless Surround Sound Headset for Xbox 360 review
3 August 2012
Summary: Since we were never without battery power while using the Warhead, we basically had to force ourselves to stop playing MW3 long enough to write this review. The Warhead is a solid offering from Tritton, proving the company has finally caught up to the latest generation of gaming headsets. The sound it produces is respectable, the fit is fairly comfortable and all of its features prove to be extremely useful and enjoyable.
Pros: Ridiculously long battery life, Totally integrated wireless audio, Intuitive Xbox-focused feature set
Summary: It is baffling to think that you can cram a 7.1 surround sound system into a pair of headphones. Thankfully, Tritton has been doing most of this thinking with the release of their latest flagship headset for the Xbox 360 console - the Warhead 7.1 Wireless Surround Headset .
Pros: A high quality build and 7.1 audio wireless headset, Wire-free Xbox 360 voice chat, A great battery backup charging solution
Cons: Headband could be more comfortable, Can be a little bulky for some, Could have a little deeper bass range
Excerpt: The Tritton Warhead 7.1 is the company’s first high-end gaming headset designed specifically for the Xbox 360 and, no doubt with an eye on Christmas, it aims to become something of a status-symbol for Xbox 360 owners. But does it do enough to take on its main rivals, including the Astro Gaming A50 and the Creative Labs Sound Blaster Recon 3D Omega ?
Pros: Looks and build quality, Spare rechargeable battery, Truly wireless
Tritton Warhead 7.1 Wireless Surround Headset for Xbox 360
14 August 2012
Excerpt: If you want to be rocked by airstrikes, trash talk opponents or just hear the footsteps of an enemy sneaking up for a melee kill, nothing can boost your online gaming experience like a quality headset.
Conclusion: Tout ceci confère au Tritton Warhead 7.1 le statut de «must have» pour tout possesseur de Xbox360 désirant un confort d'écoute au casque maximal et possédant un portefeuille très fourni. Il est aussi important de noter que malgré le fait que la fonction «Chat» ne sera pas disponible sur Playstation 3, le casque sera compatible pour tout ce qui concerne le jeu et le visionnage de Blu-Ray et DVD. Il en va de même pour le PC.