Turtle Beach Ear Force Z11 Binaurale Diadema Negro auricular con micrófono - Auriculares con micrófono (PC/Juegos, Binaurale, Diadema, Negro, Alámbrico, 1,2 m)
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- Descripción del producto: Turtle Beach Ear Force Z11
- Frecuencia de los auriculares: 20 - 20000 Hz
- Tipo de imán: neodimio
- Adecuado para: PC/Juegos
- Tipo de auriculares: Binaural
- Estilo de auriculares portátil: diadema
- Color: Negro.
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Descripción del producto
3.5 mm connector: Si
Color del producto: Negro
Frecuencia de auricular: 20 - 20000 Hz
Longitud de cable: 1,2 m
Manual de usuario: Si
Micrófono mudo: Si
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Si
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de auricular: Binaurale
Tipo de imán: Neodimio
Utilizar con: PC/Juegos
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Here is what I did to get the headset to output BOTH chat AND game audio:
1. press and hold the "PS" button in the center of the Playstation Dual Shock 4 controller
2. A blue screen should appear after 2 seconds with the option to "Adjust Devices"
3. There you will see settings for your controller and the option for "Output to Headphones" where you can set what mix of chat audio and game audio you would like.
Note: You will not be able to change audio sources without the headset plugged in.
That is it. You now have a headset that works perfectly and sounds great, at a fraction of the "Official PS4" headset prices. The sound is very good and does get warmer after a few days use, which is normal for headphones. I have regular man ears and the headphone cups fit over them comfortably. Other users have complained these headsets are tight and I have a big head and after adjusting the headband these feel very comfortable, no squeezing on my temples.
I will say I am a little worried about the wire that delivers the right headphone audio. It does look as though constant adjustment of the headset could stress and weaken the cable, but thus far I have had no problems.
A friend who actually knows something about the company said that in the last few years the quality has gone downhill a bit and suggested I try to find the older discontinued white X11's. The first pair of X11's I got USED and have lasted over 2 years with pretty heavy use. The X11's have amazing sound quality and an outstanding mic. I loved them so much that because they're discontinued I bought two more sets I found ebay for under 20.00 and have tucked them in a drawer. The first pair are still going strong with not a single issue.
As for the Z11's it seems hit or miss because for some people they last a long time but for others, they go kaput like for me. I bought mine for 30.00 in 2013 but at the current price of 100.00, I'd keep looking.
What this headset offers is competently executing the essential functions. Game sound comes through crisp, clear, and with a surprisingly high degree of fidelity. The microphone pickup is excellent and it doesn't pick up any weird sounds. The headset itself is comfortable enough to wear for extended play sessions.
Honestly, this is a fantastic headset worth far more than what you'll pay for it. I don't think I can accurate impress upon readers how surprised I was by the crisp sound this headset offers.
I give the headset four stars because it isn't the best on the market, but it's without a doubt the best headset in its price range. Be careful not to miss the headphone/microphone splitter in the box, as it might be easy to toss with the rest of the package.