Reviews and Problems with Turtle Beach Ear Force X41
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Had to return it - do not recommend
Amazon Customer, Amazon
10 April 2013
Summary: This was an EXCELLENT headset except for a couple of MAJOR FLAWS, which were such a big deal that I had to return it. First, I agree will all the positives others have made. Incredible sound, comfortable, etc.... Now, the bad. At first everything was fine.
Summary: Ok, so I read all the reviews, checked all the sites, and did my own foot work in making sure that these issues weren't going to be an issue for me. Ordered, opened, setup, and had my headphones working in 3 minutes. Not bad, 5 stars for ease of use with new HDTV. . .
Summary: I previously had the X11 TB headphones and I have always enjoyed them since I play at night with the kid in the next room. My only real problem with the X11 was the mountain of cords that kept me tied to the TV and always undoing the mess of tangles.
Summary: If you have to go wireless this is really you're only decent gaming headset option for compatibility with Xbox360 at this price range. However, I'd highly suggest just sticking to Turtle Beach's wired lineups.
Pros: For the price it's a decent fully wireless gaming headset. Bass levels somewhat low and somewhat crackle with bass boost option. Quite comfortable for a heavier full wireless headset. You can easily wear this for many hours and not really feel the need to take them off. Easily fits on those with ...
Cons: If you live in an area with various wireless devices such as dorms, condo, apartment complex, etc expect to hear significant wireless distortion, cracks, pops and hisses. Even when disconnecting local wireless devices this headset continuously gets interference. I thought potentially this was an ...
Summary: I spent hours researching Tritton AX Pro, Astro A40 system (w/ mixamp), Turtle Beach Ear Force HPX, Sennheiser PC350, and the X41s--all for use with the Xbox 360 Elite console. I finally settled on the X41s. They arrived, quickly, thanks to Amazon. Out of the box the product looks like a toy.