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Turtle Beach Ear Force P11 Binaurale Diadema auricular con micrófono - Auriculares con micrófono (Consola de juegos, Binaurale, Diadema, Alámbrico, 3,7 m, 20 - 20000 Hz)
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- Descripción del producto: Turtle Beach Ear Force P11
- Unidad de lectura: 5 cm
- Frecuencia del micrófono: 50 - 15000 Hz
- Conexión de un micrófono: 3,5 mm
- Adecuado para: Consola de juegos
- Tipo de auriculares: Binaural
- Estilo de auriculares portátil: diadema
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Descripción del producto
3.5 mm connector: Si
Altura del paquete: 254 mm
Ancho del paquete: 222,2 mm
Compatibilidad: Xbox 360
Control de volumen: Giratorio
Frecuencia de auricular: 20 - 20000 Hz
Frecuencia de micrófono: 50 - 15000 Hz
Guía de configuración rápida: Si
Longitud de cable: 3,7 m
Micrófono: 3,5 mm
Micrófono mudo: Si
Peso: 181 g
Profundidad del paquete: 95,2 mm
Sensibilidad de auricular: 120 dB
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de auricular: Binaurale
Utilizar con: Consola de juegos
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** THE GOOD **
- The overall design for the P11 is fairly simple yet sturdy. The cuffs fit snug on my ears even with glasses!(soft foam earmuffs make a big difference)
- 50mm speakers are a nice addition. You often find smaller 40mm speakers on headsets this price.
- Sound quality is exceptional. These easily have performed better than my older Logitech headset and come close to rivaling my Sennheiser HD 515
- Control Box is simple yet efficient. It has a MUTE button as well as MIC and GAME volume controls
- MIC MONITOR!!! Such a nice feature. You hear your own voice in a subtle fashion so you know how loud you are talking which makes for more natural conversations
- 12ft cord is nice especially when other headsets are 6-8ft . The extra few feet make a big difference
** THE BAD **
- No XBOX 360 support
- Frame itself is sturdy but might be prone to cracking if the headset is stressed
- Requires 2 cable hookup. While this isn't something new to the market the cable management Nerd in me goes bonkers! Not a negative just adds to wire clutter
** THE ULGY **
- The belt clip on the audio controller feels very cheap. Be extra careful with it
* Overall the P11 headset is a lot of bang for your buck. It has a fairly simple setup and works for both PS3 and PC/MAC. It brings very good quality audio to the table, larger/higher quality speakers to the mix, and a small army of features that will make any gamer happy. If you do not own a headset this is a perfect headset for a mid-ranged user. While it isn't top of the line you are getting your money's worth and will not be disappointed in your purchase.
**NOTE: Setup is fairly simple. For a PC/MAC it is plug-n-play. Just plug the green audio cable into your sound card and then plug the USB cable in. After drivers are automatically installed you should be set to go (you might have to manually set the computer to the headset which can be done in Device Manager > Hardware and Sound > Sound
- For a PS3 just plug the USB cable into the PS3. The stereo adapter cables then hook up to the Audio OUT of your TV and you plug the green cable into those or you can plug the green cable into the back of the PS3 and just mute your TV. Go into your PS3 accessory settings and change the headset output to the P11 device. Both PC and PS3 setups are very easy to do
P11 vs PX21 what is the difference?
The P11 is the newest model from Turtle Beach and boasts some "minor" changes to the design. Below is a break down so you can decide which headset is right for you
P11 = PS3, PC/MAC
X11 = 360, PC/MAC
PX21 = PS3, 360, PC/MAC (universal)
X11 and PX21 both use 40mm drivers.... P11 uses 50mm drivers and outputs a bit better bass. The PX21 has a 16ft cord vs the 12ft cord of the X11 and P11. The PX21 also has a flexi-MIC where as the X11 and P11 both use standard mic's. The PX21 also has an option to adjust the Bass boost.
* So overall if you own a PS3 and 360... you want a PX21. What it sacrifices is basically 10mm of speaker power but gives you a nice universal headset for around $10 more. If you only own a PS3, a PC or PS3/PC then you probably should get the P11 as you end up with slightly better audio for less money.
**NOTE: If you have a "hum/buzz" on the speakers here is how to resolve it:
-- The audio output of GAME on the audio controller is set to high. This is noise being picked up from the volume being to loud. Just like turning speakers up to max w/o any audio source. Easy way to resolve it is by lowering the master volume in windows (mine defaulted to 94 which I promptly changed to 70). Then just adjust the GAME audio control on the clip on device until the hum vanishes. You should still have clear, loud audio but w/o the white noise now.
**NOTE: For reference on the PC I set windows to volume: 70 (USB headset); my CHAT slider is about 70-80% and my GAME slider is about 50-60% Gives me loud, crystal clear audio w/o any noise.
Sound is perfect. The mic is crystal clear, so my friend can hear me perfectly. It's comfortable and light. The mic is a bit weird for me, but that's only because I'm not used to having a mic in my face. I love that the mic is adjustable so I can make it comfortable for myself. Just an all around good headset.
Be wary if you have glasses, though! Finding a good headset that will fit to your glasses and won't make them move is difficult. It won't lose a star for this. It may be something I need to get used to. It's not painful or anything, just uncomfortable. Just a note for others who wear glasses.
P.S I tried using electric tape to hold it but it would slip off over time. SORRY for the crappy pic of the wire.