Reviews and Problems with Turtle Beach Ear Force X41
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Great item even used they are perfect for what I use them for
4 December 2013
Summary: These things are great I play GTA5 and I have a 5 year old son that I do not. Particularly like him to here the words that are on it. So these are perfect! Also I can play and do not have to worrie about bothering any one!
Summary: Overall the headphones meet to the standards that I want. only down side of it is that they kill batteries really fast and there is a little bit of a buzzing when playing either than that great product.
Summary: I like the headphones, but wish they had a bit more bass. They feel light and somewhat cheap, but actually works better for long periods of gaming or watching tv comfortablbly. Interference with other 2.4 wireless is also annoying. When there is no interference they sound perfectly clear from 10-15ft before they start breaking up. I like the surround sound effect, the headphones definitely pick up sounds that you don't normally hear when playing games.
They're perfect other than the wireless router interference. go buy x42
10 January 2013
Summary: I bought these because my dog chewed up my original normal headset I figured why not upgrade? I love the sound quality of this headset bass is loud you really hear the high's in the sound which make it sound like a movie theater in your head. I couldn't be more disappointed in the interference with wireless routers/adapters.
Summary: I went back and forth for weeks trying to decide which headset I wanted, I had it narrowed down to the CoDMW3 Delta, the XP 500 (same set as the Delta, just cheaper and sans the CoD swag,) and the X41. I ultimately decided on the X41 because it has most of the same features of the Delta but at a considerably smaller price. I am only a casual gamer and mostly wanted a headset so that I would not wake up my son when I played.
Summary: I recently bought both the Turtle Beach X41s and the Tritton AX PROs to test them out. After a week of using both I will keep the X41s. To me the X41s sound better in every aspect. Alot of people complain about their wireless router interfering with the X41s but I hear about one pop ever hour or so, no more anoyying than some little kid screaming into his headset. I might add that my transtmitter sits about 5 feet away from my wireless N router.
Summary: These headphones do provide wonderful surround sound to the gamer, but there is some crackling with the headset when used on live (I believe this to be a software problem that can be fixed with either a patch or a good systems update) and also the you can hear the amplifier for the headset way too much. I for one, only want to hear the sounds of the game and cannot tolerate a 3% sound degradation due to poor wiring. That said I love what these headphones do for me.
Good headset, wanted to love it, but a few drawbacks (Update 3-20-11))
D Box v1, Amazon
8 March 2010
Summary: I got this headset in hopes of resolving some minor problems with my older X3's, which included things like bass sounding too muffled, hard staticky "s" sounds in dialogue, and discomfort after a few hours; just to name a few. I had already decided before looking that I wanted to stick with Turtle Beach, because despite those few issues with my older set, I felt that overall it was a good quality product.
Awesome for sound but if going to using to in game chat, not so good
C. Cervantes, Amazon
2 November 2009
Summary: Edit as of 11/16/09 - Received my new headset from Amazon and this one is a lot better. I don't have to hold in the mic anymore but there is still the occasional echo. Also, some popping still occurs. So besides these little annoyances every now and then, I would recommend this to my friends. While still not perfect, what is these days, it come close! I have had this product for a week now and when playing a game that doesn't require chatting, it is awesome.
Summary: I purchased the Turtle Beach Ear Force X1 wired headset nearly 2 years ago; I love them even though they're wired and hurt my ears after several hours of gaming. I though tried upgrading to the Ear Force X3 wireless headphones about six months ago, but they were HORRIBLE. Infrared technology should only be used for a TV remote. Any time someone walked in front of me or I turned my head the wrong way they'd stop working.... they were immediately returned.